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- 1Bethan C. Kingsleyc
- 1Candace I. J. Nykiforuka,
- 1Danielle Peersb,
- 1Dover, Douglas C
- 1Lisa N. Tinka*,
- 1Ramos Salas, Ruth Marjorie Ximena
Background: Globally caesarean section (C-section) rates are exceeding recommended ranges, placing women at higher risk for complications. Evidence suggests migrant women have higher C-section rates compared to Canadian-born women. Communication barriers including the lack of ability to...
Obesity is a highly stigmatized condition due to pervasive personal, professional, institutional and cultural weight bias. Public health policies have been criticized for promoting a simplistic narrative that may contribute to weight bias. Individuals with obesity experience internal and external...
Development and Implementation of a Community Based qPCR Monitoring Program for Biological Hazards of Recreational WaterDownload
Recreational water is an economic and social asset to the public. Its' importance is underscored by the need to protect it, and ensure it is safe to use. There are numerous waterborne pathogens that cause illness each year, including bacteria, human infectious viruses, and parasites, and many of...
Epidemiology is increasingly recognizing the complexity of the underlying mechanisms determining health states. Public health surveillance needs to incorporate this knowledge into their regular reporting and analysis cycles. Aggregate data related to a multitude of health related states and risk...
Moving Beyond Ideology: Contemporary Recreation and the Neoliberal Discourses of New Public HealthDownload
The suggestion that recreation needs to reaffirm historic values has become a common narrative throughout Canada’s contemporary recreation literature. A central assumption underlying these calls is that re-establishing the field’s social liberal beliefs will highlight the negative effects of...