Social Media and the Body: Exploring the Effects of Exposure on Body Image, Eating and Movement Behavior
February 2, 2022
Watch this 2-part research-based webinar and learn from two leading researchers in the area of social media and the human body. To learn more about this Nutrition Connections webinar and its speakers, click here.
Addressing Weight Bias: A Call to Action
March 5, 2020
Weight bias refers to the negative attitudes, beliefs, assumptions and judgments towards individuals based on their weight, shape, appearance, or Body Mass Index (BMI). This position statement was developed for use by public health professionals or community organizations working to reduce weight bias.
Reducing Household Food Waste: A Municipal Regional Toolkit
June 5, 2017
This toolkit aims to leverage Ontario consumers’ potential for substantially reducing household food waste while offering economic benefits to local and regional economies, reducing the food waste footprint, and encouraging strategic partnerships with stakeholders across sectors.
Cook Up Some Fun! Social Marketing Campaign September 2013 – June 2014 Campaign Backgrounder
December 1, 2016
This backgrounder describes The Cook Up Some Fun! campaign which was developed to raise awareness among parents of children between the ages of 2-14 about the benefits of eating together regularly.
Writing Health Information for Patients and Families: A Guide to Developing Educational Materials that Promote Health Literacy, 4th Edition
June 23, 2015
A practical guide to writing health education materials that promote patient-centred learning and health literacy.