Publications

Publication Date: October, 2009

Location: Toronto, Ontario On October 6th, 2009, the Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health & Environment (CPCHE) and the Ontario Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance (OCDPA) held a Forum in...

Publication Date: June, 2009

The OCDPA submitted a letter to the Premier Dalton McGuinty to express our support for the sustained provision of comprehensive tobacco control programs that include protection, prevention and...

Publication Date: June, 2009

The Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health and Environment (CPCHE) and the Ontario Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance (OCDPA) jointly submitted a letter to the Minister of Health for the...

Publication Date: May, 2009

The Ontario Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance (OCDPA) was contracted by the Public Health Agency of Canada – Ontario and Nunavut (PHAC-ON/NU) regional office to perform a literature review and...

Publication Date: March, 2009

On February 6, 2009, the OCDPA, in partnership with its members, the Canadian Mental Health Association - Ontario Division and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, hosted a Systems Think Tank...

Publication Date: March, 2009

The OCDPA worked with consultants from One World Inc. to engage OCDPA members in developing a Common Message Utilization Framework. The objectives for the Framework are to identify ways that Common...

Publication Date: February, 2009

The OCDPA submitted a letter to the Ministry of Education to affirm support of the joint submission provided by the Dietitians of Canada (DC), the Ontario Society of Nutrition Professionals in Public...

Publication Date: February, 2009

Chronic disease accounts for a significant proportion of disability and death in Ontario, much of which preventable. The World Health Organization (2008), as well as other international, national and...

Publication Date: February, 2009

Location: Toronto, Ontario Compared to the major chronic disease risk factors (alcohol use, unhealthy eating, physical inactivity and tobacco use), mental health is not as well-understood as a risk...