media

2012

Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.  Building on Success, CLASP looks to the future.  The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer website.  October 25, 2012.

2013

Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.  BETTER tools help patients take action for healthier lives - including quitting smoking.  The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer website.  January 31, 2013.

Dooley, D.  Improve your health.  The Labradorian.  November 19, 2013 Edition.

2014

College of Family Physicians of Canada.  Putting science back into the Family Medicine Forum.  College of Family Physicians of Canada website.  2014.

Making BETTER choices.  The BEAR Facts: A newsletter for the employees of the Government of the Northwest Territories.  May 9, 2014 Edition.

Anselmi, E.  Assessing the cost of sitting: Study shows Canadians at higher risk of chronic conditions due to sedentary lifestyles.  Northern News Services.  October 29, 2014 Edition.

Thompson, R.  Empowering healthy lifestyle choices: NWT-specific videos being used in push to prevent chronic diseases.  Northern News Services.  November 6, 2014 Edition.

2015

NWT BETTER Program.  The BEAR Facts: A newsletter for the employees of the Government of the Northwest Territories.  April 17, 2015 Edition.

2016

Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.  CLASP 1 and CLASP 1 Renewals - The BETTER 2 Program.  Cancerview website.  August 17, 2016.

2017

Health and Community Services.  Minister Haggie Releases Chronic Disease Action Plan.  [online news release]. Government of Newfoundland and Labrador website.  June 19, 2017.

2018

Grunfeld, E., Manca, D., Lofters, A., Aguilar, C .  The BETTER Program: Building on Existing Tools to Improve Chronic Disease Prevention and Screening in Primary Care.  April 26, 2018.

Department of Family and Community Medicine (DFCM), University of Toronto.  New BETTER Prevention Practitioner Training Institute Launched in Toronto.  [online news release]. DFCM website.  May 22, 2018.

Department of Family Medicine, University of Alberta.  BETTER Program Receives CPAC Grant.  [electronic newsletter article]. Family Matters: Your updates from the University of Alberta Department of Family Medicine.  May/June 2018 Edition.

Department of Family Medicine, University of Alberta.  The BETTER Institute.  [electronic newsletter article]. Family Medicine Research Newsletter.  July 2018 Edition.

Canada Newswire/Cision (news provided by Canadian Partnership Against Cancer).  More family practices can now provide best in class prevention to patients.  [online news release]. Cision website.  July 4, 2018. 

Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (CPAC).  Q&A with Dr. Eva Grunfeld, Program Lead of the BETTER Program.  [online news release]. CPAC website.  July 4, 2018.

Young, L.  New care model increases preventive behaviour in patients.  [online article]. Folio website.  July 4, 2018.

Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR).  New institute to make chronic disease prevention across Canada BETTER.  [online news release]. OICR website.  July 9, 2018.

 
 

 
 

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