A research project funded by Health Canada – Drs. Lynn Marshall and Riina Bray, and Ms. Jan Kasperski reviewed the literature and suggested exposure history questions and formatting Continue reading “Healthy Children/Healthy Environment: Improving the Odds”
EHI-Canada joined the Canadian Coalition for Green Health Care in 2008 and co-sponsored a strategic planning and governance session and update of the Coalition’s website. From 2008-2012, Dr. Lynn Marshall was a Member of the Stewardship Committee with monthly teleconference meetings. She continues to be a member of the listserv, which shares common energy and toxics reduction issues with members across the country. She manned the Coalition booth for one afternoon 2008, 2009, and 2010 in the Green Lane at the Ontario Hospital Association’s Health Achieve conference. In 2010, she chaired the Health Achieve Greening of Health Care half-day session. In 2010-2011: A Green Health Care Digest was developed with topics of appeal to CCGHC members or others who are interested in greening of health care, which Dr. Marshall helped to disseminate.
by Kathleen Cooper, co-authored by Dr. Lynn Marshall
Published in June 2011 by the Canadian Environmental Law Association, Environmental Health Institute of Canada, and the Ontario College of Family Physicians, as part of a collaborative project between the Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health and Environment and the Ontario Chronic Diseases Prevention Alliance. Continue reading “Early Exposures to Hazardous Chemicals/Pollutants and Associations with Chronic Disease: A Scoping Review”
In 2011, the Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health and Environment (CPCHE) completed the 3-year Ontario Trillium Foundation-funded collaboration with the Ontario Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance (OCDPA). Continue reading “Early Environmental Exposures and Chronic Disease Prevention in Ontario”
Children’s Environmental Health and Knowledge Production– to advance her PhD research, Soyan Seto, Toronto Public Health, interviewed Dr. Lynn Marshall, January 28, 2010.
American Academy of Environmental Medicine- Dr. L. Marshall and David Powell enhanced capacity of AAEM with assistance to design a member survey in 2009.
University of Calgary and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Association of Alberta– Drs. Alison Bested and Lynn Marshall were invited attendees at one half day policy planning meeting on research for disabling fatigue, November 9, 2008, Calgary, AL
Dr. L. Marshall is a long-time Member and is currently the Chair of the Committee. She was Co-Chair, November 2008-2009. Continue reading “Ontario College of Family Physicians (OCFP) Environmental Health Committee”