Comprehensive School Health Roundtable: Toronto, May 13-14, 2010
National Roundtable on Comprehensive School HealthEighty-five enthusiastic and insightful participants made the first ever pan-Canadian Comprehensive School Health Roundtable a dynamic and enjoyable meeting. Through active participation in plenary discussions, small group work, individual networking and information exchange, participants contributed to the purpose of this event: to engage leading Canadian researchers, policy makers and practitioners in comprehensive school health to establish shared priorities for evidence-informed policies and practices in relation to healthy eating, physical activity and tobacco.
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National Roundtable on Comprehensive School Health CommuniqueMuch has happened since the May 2010 event. This document shares consolidated priorities and next steps to achieve them. It
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