Coalitions Linking Action and Science for Prevention - Competition Results 2010

The Coalitions Linking Action and Science for Prevention (CLASP) is an initiative led by the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer. CLASP aims to improve the health of communities and Canadians by bringing together organizations from various provinces and territories, forming coalitions to prevent chronic diseases. The initiative responds to the fact that many aspects of healthy living and a healthy environment can reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes, lung disease, and heart disease. 

Together with the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer and the Public Health Agency of Canada, the Heart and Stroke Foundation is pleased to co-fund two projects.
  • Grunfeld, Eva (University of Toronto)
    The BETTER Coalition: building on existing tools to improve chronic disease prevention in family practice.
    Project Summary

     
  • Larsen, Craig (Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada)
    Collaborative action on childhood obesity.
    Project Summary

     
  • Request for Proposals 
For more information, please contact: 
Ann Nguyen
Information/Project Coordinator, Strategic Research Initiatives
Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
Phone: 613 569 4361 ext. 268
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