Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada: Research, Policy and Practice

Vol 40 · No 2 · February 2020

Table of Contents

  1. Original quantitative research – Cerebral palsy in Canada, 2011–2031: results of a microsimulation modelling study of epidemiological and cost impacts
    Nana Amankwah, Maryam Oskoui, Rochelle Garner, Christina Bancej, Douglas G. Manuel, Ron Wall, Philippe Finès, Julie Bernier, Karen Tu, Kim Reimer
  2. Original mixed methods research – Mandatory HIV screening, migration and HIV stigma in Canada: exploring the experiences of sub-Saharan African immigrants living with HIV in western Canada
    Aniela dela Cruz, San Patten, Inusa Abdulmalik, Jean Harrowing, Marc Hall, Arfan R. Afzal, Tsion Demeke Abate, Andrea Carter, Peggy Spies, Sipiwe Mapfumo, Vera Caine
  3. Original quantitative research – Using the intervention ladder to examine policy influencer and general public support for potential tobacco control policies in Alberta and Quebec
    Krystyna Kongats, Jennifer Ann McGetrick, Kim D. Raine, Candace I. J. Nykiforuk
  4. At-a-glance – The Child Maltreatment Surveillance Indicator Framework
    Aimée Campeau, Shazmeera Qadri, Farah Barakat, Gabriela Williams, Wendy Hovdestad, Maaz Shahid, Tanya Lary
  5. Other PHAC publications

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