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Conference 2016 - Presentations and Workshops


Integrated Chronic Disease Prevention: The Value Proposition

CDPAC Sixth Pan-Canadian Conference

Presentations & Workshops


Pre-Conference: Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016

  • Session I - Sustainable Chronic Disease Prevention Impact: Building Multidisciplinary Approaches to Support Healthy Public Policy Development
  • Session II  - Advocacy “how to” – Mobilizing Evidence to Support Healthy Living Policies


Day 1: Wednesday, February 24th, 2016

  • Plenary 1 – Setting the Stage on the Value Proposition for Integrated Chronic Disease Prevention
  • Plenary 2 – Investing in Wellness for First Nations, Inuit and Métis People
  • Plenary 3 – Innovation (Carrot Rewards): Building a healthier nation, one nudge at a time
  • Concurrent Sessions A
  • Concurrent Sessions B
  • Concurrent Sessions C
  • Plenary 4 – Nutrition Policy and Health: Focus on Restricting the Marketing of Food and Beverages to Children
  • Launch of the Stop Marketing to Kids Coalition


Day 2: Thursday, February 25th, 2016

  • Plenary 5 – Improving Men’s Health: A Worthy Investment
  • Concurrent Sessions D
  • Concurrent Sessions E
  • Concurrent Sessions F
  • Plenary 6 – Promoting Physical Activity Among Canadian Children: The Evidence and the Impact