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GET-FACTS member Dr. Edmond Chan (UBC) reflects on the need for better communication with the public about the timing of introducing peanuts to infants. While previous guidelines had told parents to hold off until after 1 year of age, significant movement in the science has led many experts to conclude that introduction should be timed much earlier in life.

The World’s Largest Sandbox is The Sandbox Project’s signature annual event to raise awareness of the importance of collaborating and investing in the health and wellbeing of Canada's children.

Professor Susan Elliott, along with two PhD candidates, Stephen Wilcox and Ryan Clement from UWaterloo's Department of English, attended the annual Anaphylaxis Canada conference in Toronto, Ontario. The conference, titled "Unlocking the mysteries of food allergy: what can we learn from the research?" allowed Ryan and Stephen to pilot their food allergy games (created thanks to GET-FACTS) with an audience very familiar with the topic.

Jenna Dixon presented on the GET-FACTS Knowledge Translation study at the international conference Annual Meeting for the Association of American Geographers in Chicago, Illinois.

Findings were well received and generated interest from audience members as to the potential application of the GET-FACTS KT model in other research studies.