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French Position Statement on Responses to Food Insecurity

French translation of the position statement on responses to food insecurity.

November Resources food security workgroup Report FSWG position statement 2016 Food Insecurity Workgroup FIWG Public Food Insecurity Workgroup

French Food Insecurity Infographic

French translation of Food Insecurity Infographic

November Resources food security workgroup Report FSWG position statement 2016 Food Insecurity Workgroup FIWG Public Food Insecurity Workgroup

2015-2016 Annual Report ODPH Workgroups Highlights

ODPH Working Group Highlights that accompany the Annual Report for 2015-2016

May Annual Report Executive 2015 Report 2016 workgroup highlights Public Executive

2015-2016 Annual Report

ODPH's Annual Report for 2015-2016

May Annual Report Executive 2015 Report 2016 Public Executive

HERS Status Report - July 2015, final

HERS Report Public HERS (Healthy Eating in the Recreation Setting Workgroup)

Working in Partnership - Recipe for Success (Recreation)

Alberta - 42 pages doc

Resources HERS Healthy Eating in the Recreation Setting Workgroup Report Partnership document Public HERS (Healthy Eating in the Recreation Setting Workgroup) - Partnership

Income-Related Policy Recommendations to Address Food Insecurity

Income-Related Policy Recommendations to Address Food Insecurity (hyperlink to document) provides a detailed analysis of three policy areas (basic income guarantee, adequate social assistance, and reducing precarious employment) that address the root cause of food insecurity. Developed by the ODPH Food Security Workgroup, November 2015. This document accompanies the Position statement on the Responses to Food Insecurity and the Food Insecurity Infographic.

November Resources 2015 food security workgroup Report FSWG position statement Food Insecurity Workgroup FIWG Public Food Insecurity Workgroup

Position Statement on Responses to Food Insecurity

Position Statement on Responses to Food Insecurity - Developed by the ODPH Food Security Workgroup to increase awareness among public health staff and management about the growing problem of household food insecurity in Ontario and the urgent need to advocate for effective responses.

November Resources 2015 food security workgroup Report FSWG position statement Food Insecurity Workgroup FIWG Public Food Insecurity Workgroup

Food Insecurity Infographic

Food Insecurity Infographic - Developed by the Food Security working group, November 2015 - Revised September 2016. This infographic accompanies the ODPH FSWG Position Statement on responses to food insecurity. Both documents were developed to increase awareness among public health staff and management about the growing problem of household food insecurity in Ontario and the urgent need to advocate for effective responses.

September Resources 2015 food security workgroup Report FSWG position statement Food Insecurity Workgroup FIWG Public Food Insecurity Workgroup

LDCP Food Literacy Flyer: Making Something Out of Nothing

A four page summary of the LDCP Food Literacy research with youth, young pregnant women and young parents. This summary Flyer includes a definition of Food Literacy and two conceptual models of food Literacy derived from the study.
Published by Desjardins et at., 2013.

Resources Food Literacy Workgroup Report LDCP LDCP Food Literacy Public LDCP Food Literacy

LDCP Food Literacy Report : Making Something Out of Nothing

LDCP Food Skills report: The LDCP food skills group has completed a technical report based on their research findings. Congratulations to the LDCP group for your wonderful work!Preferred reference documentation is:
Desjardins, E. and Azevedo, E. (2013) "Making Something out of Nothing": Food Literacy among Youth, Young pregnant women and young parents who are at Risk for Poor Health, a Locally Driven Collaborative Project of Public Health Ontario.

Resources Food Literacy Workgroup technical report Report LDCP LDCP Food Literacy Public LDCP Food Literacy

Menu Labelling in Ontario Restaurants - A Position Paper by ODPH (French)

Un exposé de principes de la Société ontarienne des professionne(le)s de la nutrition en santé publique Groupe de travail sur l’étiquetage des menus

2014 Resources Key Documents MLWG Menu Labelling Workgroup french Report position statement Public Menu Labelling Workgroup (inactive)

Menu Labelling in Ontario Restaurants - Key Messages (French)

L’ÉTIQUETAGE DES MENUS DANS LES RESTAURANTS DE L’ONTARIO :
Messages clés de la Société ontarienne des professionnel(le)s de la nutrition en santé publique

2014 Resources Key Documents MLWG Menu Labelling Workgroup Report Public Menu Labelling Workgroup (inactive)

Menu Labelling in Ontario Restaurants - Key Messages (English)

MENU LABELLING IN ONTARIO RESTAURANTS:
Key Messages by the Ontario Dietitians in Public Health

Resources Key Documents MLWG Menu Labelling Workgroup Report Public Menu Labelling Workgroup (inactive)

2014 Pediatric Nutrition Guidelines for Health Professionals

This document provides evidence-based developmental and nutrition indicators for children aged birth to 6 years for health professionals. The Guidelines were developed by registered dietitians with the ODPH Family Health Nutrition Advisory Group.

2014 Resources Key Documents FHNAG Family Health Nutrition Advisory Group PNG English Report Public Family Health Nutrition Advisory Group

Health Advisory Letter

The ODPH Family Health Advisory Group put forth a letter highlighting the role of Public Health Dietitians in the Baby Friendly Initiative.

Resources Key Documents FHNAG Family Health Nutrition Advisory Group Report Public Family Health Nutrition Advisory Group

PRÉSENTER DE L'INFORMATION SUR LA NUTRITION DANS LES RESTAURANTS DE L'ONTARIO

Un exposé de principes de la Société ontarienne des professionnel(le)s de la nutrition en santé publique - Groupe de travail sur l'étiquetage des menus

Resources Key Documents MLWG Menu Labelling Workgroup Report Public Menu Labelling Workgroup (inactive)

Serving Up Nutrition Information in Ontario Restaurants: A Position Paper by the Ontario Dietitians in Public Health

ODPH supports menu labelling and calls upon the provincial government to enact menu labelling legislation requiring the prominent display of calorie and sodium content of food items at the point of sale in restaurants in Ontario, as an important step toward creating healthy and supportive food environments for Ontarians. For more information, e-mail  info@odph.ca

2014 Resources Key Documents MLWG Menu Labelling Workgroup Report position statement Public Menu Labelling Workgroup (inactive)

Call to Action: Creating a Healthy Workplace Nutrition Environment - Report

Call to Action: Creating a Healthy Workplace Nutrition Environment - Report. This Report accompanies the Call to Action: Creating a Healthy Workplace Nutrition Environment Key Messages Document and video, 2012.

2012 Resources WNAG Workplace Nutrition Advisory Workgroup call to action Report position statement Public ODPH Admin

Food Allergy Risk Reduction in Infants and Young Children

Discussion Paper of the Family Health Nutrition Advisory Group of ODPH

Resources Key Documents FHNAG Family Health Nutrition Advisory Group Report Public Family Health Nutrition Advisory Group

Call to Action: Creating a Healthy School Nutrition Environment (2004)

The Call to Action challenges the provincial government, boards of education, school communities and public health to acknowledge and act on their roles in establishing an environment that is supportive of healthy eating in Ontario schools. The ODPH School Nutrition Workgroup have made nine recommendations to address the importance of healthy eating in the school context and presents the link between nutritional health, learning and chronic disease in children and adolescents.

Resources Key Documents SNWG School Nutrition Workgroup Report position statement Public School Nutrition Workgroup

Letter to NHTI

ODPH, through the work of the Family Health Nutrition Advisory Group provided feedback to Health Canada on the draft document Nutrition for Healthy Term Infants

Communications April 2012 FHNAG Family Health Nutrition Advisory Group response letter Report Public Family Health Nutrition Advisory Group

Call to Action on Food Security - Food Security Cover Sheet

Should we be content that some Ontarians are missing-out on a key opportunity for good health – food security? Does it cause you pause that annual Nutritious Food Basket surveys repeatedly show that many people with low-incomes – both from wages as well as from assistance -- can’t afford healthy eating after meeting other essentials such as housing? Are you comfortable that prosperity is being side-tracked and food bank use is substantially increasing?
To learn more about solutions you could promote, check-out the "Call to Action on Food Security” toolkit, which has been developed jointly by OPHA’s Food Security Workgroup and the Ontario Dietitians in Public Health. (June 2011)

2011 Resources food security workgroup Report position statement Food Insecurity Workgroup FIWG Public Food Insecurity Workgroup

Call to Action on Food Security - Food Security Key Messages

Should we be content that some Ontarians are missing-out on a key opportunity for good health – food security? Does it cause you pause that annual Nutritious Food Basket surveys repeatedly show that many people with low-incomes – both from wages as well as from assistance -- can’t afford healthy eating after meeting other essentials such as housing? Are you comfortable that prosperity is being side-tracked and food bank use is substantially increasing?
To learn more about solutions you could promote, check-out the "Call to Action on Food Security” toolkit, which has been developed jointly by OPHA’s Food Security Workgroup and the Ontario Dietitians in Public Health. (June 2011)

2011 Resources food security workgroup Report position statement Food Insecurity Workgroup FIWG Public Food Insecurity Workgroup

Call to Action on Food Security - Food Security Key Messages Background

Should we be content that some Ontarians are missing-out on a key opportunity for good health – food security? Does it cause you pause that annual Nutritious Food Basket surveys repeatedly show that many people with low-incomes – both from wages as well as from assistance -- can’t afford healthy eating after meeting other essentials such as housing? Are you comfortable that prosperity is being side-tracked and food bank use is substantially increasing?
To learn more about solutions you could promote, check-out the "Call to Action on Food Security” toolkit, which has been developed jointly by OPHA’s Food Security Workgroup and the Ontario Dietitians in Public Health. (June 2011)

2011 Resources food security workgroup Report position statement Food Insecurity Workgroup FIWG Public Food Insecurity Workgroup
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