Advancing Food-Health Public-Private Partnership for Knowledge Translation in Canada

The 2015 workshop explored the theme of translation of knowledge stemming from public-private partnerships centered on food and health. The workshop also provided a forum for attendees to exchange ideas on how multi-stakeholder collaborations based on food and nutrition can benefit the health of Canadians.

Summary Report, 2015 Food for Health Workshop
Executive Report, 2015 Food for Health Workshop

THURSDAY, MAY 28, 2015 

Introduction and Background 

Dr. Robert Bertolo, Dr. David Ma and Dr. Leah Gramlich 

Youtube link: https://youtu.be/hAXyBB7Ab5Y

Keynote Presentation - Why Food Now: The Challenge of Feeding Nine Billion

Dennis Dimick, National Geographic Magazine

Bio

Why "Just the Facts" Misses the Mark: Trust Building through the Art of Values-Based Science Communication

Roxi Beck, Center for Food Integrity Science Communications

Youtube link: https://youtu.be/8vb2bkIAMms

Bio

Health Check: Lessons Learned from a Pioneering Front-of-Pack Nutrition Label Program

Jeff Sommers, Heart & Stroke Canada 

Youtube link: https://youtu.be/v5_wgdQtNuk

Bio

Nutrition Communication in Retail: Loblaw's Role in Promoting Healthier Food Choices for Canadians

Samara Foisy, Loblaw Brands Limited, Knowledge Translation at Retail, Loblaw's Blue Menu and in-store Dietitians

Bio

Knowledge Translation for Researchers and Clilnicians: The Experience of the Canadian Malnutrition Task Force

Heather Keller, University of Waterloo/CNS-Canadian Malnutrition Task Force

Youtube link: https://youtu.be/Bulczd_xGsE

Bio

Knowledge Translation to Producers

Peter Jones, U Manitoba, Richardson Center and Manitoba Agri-Health Research Network

Youtube link: https://youtu.be/eSLBsqSpRmc

Bio

Finding the Right Fit: Opportunities and Requirements of the Networks of Centres of Excellence Programming

Fouad Elgindy, Networks of Centres of Excellence

Bio

Building a Platform for Public Private Partnerships: Update from the 2014 Food for Health Initiative

Eric Hentges, ILSI North America

Bio

The Food Map: Repurposing Research Information and Research Data for Maximum Benefit

Wayne Johnson, University of Guelph

Youtube link: https://youtu.be/o293qhBB5qU

Bio

 


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