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Altering the built environment to favour children's use of play areas
This presentation by the Centre's François Gagnon took place during a March, 2011 meeting about childhood obesity organized by the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (CPAC).
Presentation published in March 2011.  DescriptionDownload (from the site of CPAC)   1.19 MB.
In this presentation, François Gagnon provided a series of images to guide a reflective discussion about the built envrionment as it relates to play areas and childhood obesity. The presentation was part of a two-day meeting about primary prevention and moving from policy to action in preventing childhood obesity.
Altering the built environment to favour children's use of play areas
(On the site of the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer - CPAC)
 1.19 MB 
Image - first page of presentation - click to download 

To see the other presentations from this meeting, click here to go to the CPAC Resources and Publications page, click on the tab "Primary Prevention"  and look for Primary Prevention
Preventing Childhood Obesity: Moving Policy Recommendations to Action - Meeting Presentations: March 22-23, 2011

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