I attended a meeting recently where I learned about a new smoking cessation intervention in my own community that really piqued my interest. It was innovative, linking cessation with physical activity and social support. And uptake is growing. Had I not been at this meeting I probably wouldn’t ever have known about it. Lucky I … Read the full post »
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One of the key challenges I have faced since joining The CAPTURE Project less than a year ago, other than learning to embrace risk, is figuring out how to tell our story. Over the past year our description for The CAPTURE Project has evolved. Our initial documents and presentations spoke of the project as aiming … Read the full post »
Several stakeholders from the chronic disease prevention community who attended a consultation workshop this past October in Vancouver, British Columbia, share their thoughts on what makes The CAPTURE Project so compelling. Tell us what you think is compelling about this project. video attachment:
I’m just back from too much travel and trying to clear up the email back-log. Seems a common theme among many of my colleagues these days……but I just watched the latest CAPTURE video and I’m all excited again about this challenge we have taken on, trying to build a system which will help us understand … Read the full post »
In an October 15, 2009 interview, Jon Kerner, from the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer, shares his thoughts on The CAPTURE Project and explains why the Partnership is involved with this initiative. video attachment:
When I joined The CAPTURE Project a few months ago, my colleague David pressed me to think of creating a CAPTURE blog as part of our communications strategy. I must confess that I was not sold on the idea initially. Thinking that the hype over blogs was overblown I preferred considering more traditional forms of … Read the full post »