The Propel Centre for Population Health Impact is leading a campus-wide initiative in Chronic Disease Prevention (CDP) on behalf of the Applied Health Sciences Faculty.
We are pleased to announce that the Chronic Disease Prevention Initiative (CDPI) has been renewed in 2016. The initiative will continue to emphasize population-based approaches to prevention and will encompass primary (reducing the likelihood of developing disease) and secondary (preventing or minimizing the progression of disease) prevention.
The initiative catalyzes new interdisciplinary collaborations that focus on preventing chronic diseases and reducing their burden.
Chronic Disease Prevention Initiative Steering Committee
A cross-faculty team guides the CDP Initiative.
- Catherine Burns, Systems Design Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
- Martin Cooke, Sociology & Legal Studies, Faculty of Arts & School of Public Health and Health Systems, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences
- John Garcia, School of Public Health and Health Systems, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences
- Lyndon Jones, Optometry, Faculty of Science
- Tim Kenyon, Philosophy, Faculty of Arts
- Heather Keller, Kinesiology, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences
- Barbara Riley, Propel Centre for Population Health Impact and School of Public Health and Health Systems, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences
- David Rose, Biology, Faculty of Science
- Richard Staines, Kinesiology, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences
- Sivabal Sivaloganathan, Applied Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematics
- Leilei Zeng, Statistics and Actuarial Science, Faculty of Mathematics