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Take a closer look at similarities between the tobacco industry and the transport industry and explore how lessons learned from tobacco control can be applied to this threat to our health.
HealthBridge Foundation of Canada is seeking team members to join us in Ottawa. Check out our current career opportunities!
The 2017 HealthBridge Annual Report is here—with a fresh, new look!
HealthBridge welcomes Rebecca Brodmann as Project Manager for the Saving Lives in Nepal and Vietnam Project
HealthBridge is pleased to welcome Rebecca Brodmann as the Project Manager for the Saving Lives in Nepal and Vietnam Project. Rebecca has a masters of public health degree from Queen’s University and most recently, she has been working as a health promotion specialist at the health unit in Guelph focusing on chronic disease prevention. Previously, she completed an internship at WHO and did some consulting work for Mobility India. Rebecca brings a wealth of experience in project management and project development in the health sector.
For the entire month of June, every dollar you give to HealthBridge Foundation of Canada enters us for a chance to win $10,000.
The award recognizes a new Livable Cities project that aims to establish a bicycle share program in Hoi An City, Vietnam.
The project, lead by Cidade Ativa, aims to transform a well-used public staircase into a safer, more accessible public space.
Centre for Creative Initiatives in Health and Population (CCHIP) created a series of culturally sensitive educational videos on maternal and child health in Vietnam.
The Livable Cities team has returned from a successful, enriching experience at the 9th session of the World Urban Forum in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The World Conference on Tobacco of Health unites researchers, academics, non-governmental organisations, civil society, scientists, healthcare professionals and public officials working on all aspects of tobacco control from more than 100 countries.