Canadian Journal of Public Health


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Canadian Journal of Public Health (CJPH)

the official publication of the Canadian Public Health Association.
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Social Science and Medicine 51 (2000): 979-989; Ilona Kickbusch, "Mapping the Future of Public Health: Action on Global Health," Canadian Journal of Public Health 97, No.
Public support for poverty-related policies, Canadian Journal of Public Health, 93,297-302.
Last, I would like to thank all of those who supported Gilles in this undertaking and who ensured that the Canadian Journal of Public Health is in such good shape today.
Willows, "Determinants of Healthy Eating in Aboriginal Peoples in Canada: The Current State of Knowledge and Research Gaps" (2005) 96 Canadian Journal of Public Health S32 at S34.
Wiens (1994), "The Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Routine Restaurant Inspections and the Education of Food Handlers: Restaurant Inspection Survey," Canadian Journal of Public Health, 85(51):62-66.
Nair (1984), "Evaluation of the Effect of Frequency of Inspection on the Sanitary Conditions of Eating Establishments," Canadian Journal of Public Health, 75:434-438.
In collaboration with key partners, the Health Promotion Survey team also published a special issue of the Canadian Journal of Public Health entitled "Community-based Health Promotion Surveys.
As we conclude this 100th anniversary year of the Canadian Journal of Public Health (CJPH), we turn our attention to a little known chapter in the history of public health in Canada, the struggle by sanitary inspectors to improve their credentials and gain professional recognition in the early twentieth century.
The early volumes of the Canadian Journal of Public Health provide a detailed look at a fascinating aspect of this history--the attempt by sanitary inspectors and others to raise their occupational status through self organization, member education and certification.
In the late 1940s, shortages of public health professionals were linked to the low pay of public health physicians compared to GPs or specialists, and to "a legacy of undervaluing public health work"; in 1959, an American Public Health Dean lamented in the Canadian Journal of Public Health (CJPH) that public health seemed to be 'losing ground' and 'falling into disrepute', while in 1966 John Hastings strongly criticized the Hall Report that laid the groundwork for Medicare for its lack of attention to preventive medicine, health promotion and community health programs.

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