UNDERSTANDING HOW PUBLIC HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS, MUNICIPALITIES, AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS WORK TOGETHER TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF CANADIANS LIVING IN URBAN AREAS
MUSE (Multisectoral Urban Systems for health and Equity in Canadian cities) is a pan-Canadian program of research and knowledge sharing that focuses on how public health organizations, municipalities, and other organizations establish partnerships to improve the health of populations living in urban areas — find out more about MUSE.
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Roxanne Houde’s research on community gardens in Montreal wins the prize for the best Master’s thesis
The Prix Brigitte-Maheux in health promotion and prevention for best Master’s thesis was just awarded to Dr. Roxanne Houde. Her research, under the supervision of Dr. Marie-France Raynault, explores how...Read more
The Saskatoon MUSE team is seeking a highly-qualified trainee to contribute to the Multisectoral Partnership Characterization Project exploring how public health organizations, municipalities, and other organizations establish partnerships with the potential to improve...Read more