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Planning for Health

Promising practices

For new and emerging issues, gathering promising practices can provide critical insights at an early stage into what strategies are proving to be most effective and in what contexts. In 2019, a survey was conducted of all Ontario public health units to identify high impact, adaptable and evidence based promising practices currently in use to achieve healthy built environment goals. Based on the survey findings, focus groups were then conducted with seven health units to provide deeper exploration of promising practices.

Explore each type of promising practice or download the full report below, to learn more about the study context and methods.

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