Population Intervention for Chronic Disease Prevention (PICDP) - Competition Results 2010

The HSFC is a proud partner with CIHR and the Propel Centre for Population Health Impact in supporting this unique program bringing together 66 researchers from 17 institutions in nine provinces. The PICDP is helping to increase the capacity for population intervention research in Canada by training students as impact-oriented scientists who work collaboratively across disciplines and sectors to address the most relevant questions using the most appropriate and rigorous methods, to improve population interventions for chronic disease prevention.

The students selected for an award are:  
  • Castonguay, Andree (PhD)
    An Examination of Physical Self-Conscious Emotions as Determinants of Physical Activity Behaviour and Stress in Adolescent Boys and Girls
    McGill University
     
  • Olstad, Dana (PhD)
    Catalyzing adoption and implementation of the Alberta Nutrition Guidelines for Children and Youth in recreational facilities
    University of Alberta
     
  • Watts, Allison (PhD)
    Adolescent nutritional behaviours: Influence of family and school context
    University of British Columbia
     
  • Pirrie, April (PhD)
    Youth overweight and obesity and the school environment: Expanding our knowledge of contextual influences on this growing problem
    University of Toronto
     
  • Van Hulst, Andraea (PhD)
    Features of the Social and Built Environmentsand Adiposity among Children
    University of Montreal
     
  • Wong, Bonny (PhD)
    Built Environment and Active Transport (Project BEAT)
    University of Toronto
     
  • Hobin, Erin (PhD)
    Association between Adolescent Physical Activity and theBuilt Environment of School Neighbourhoods
    University of Waterloo
     
  • Goodman, Samantha (MSc)
    Impact of Nutrition Information on Menus
    University of Waterloo
     
  • Pathamma vong, Ratsamy (PhD)
    Developing program theory for Québec en Forme’s youth engagement strategy: participatory actionresearch with youth for youth.
    University of Waterloo
     
  • Vanderlee, Lana (MSc)
    Impact of regulating nutritional information on menus: evidence to inform policy
    University of Waterloo
For further details on this initiative please contact:
Jean Woo
Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
Tel.: (613) 569-4361 ext. 338
E-mail: jwoo@hsf.ca   

 

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