There’s never been a better time to invest in youth health:

  • Get involved with the world’s largest, most comprehensive longitudinal school-based prevention research system
  • Play a role in shaping the health of future generations of Canadians by investing in youth well-being
  • Help inform and improve provincial and national health policies
  • Know that your support is a cost-effective way to reduce chronic disease, since early prevention efforts cost less than treating diseases later in life

For more information about the COMPASS study, please contact Scott Leatherdale.

For opportunities to support this study, please contact Katelyn Gordner, Faculty of Health Alumni Engagement Officer.

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