Activate Health is a battle cry for British Columbians to shift the way we see, think about, and engage with health
Stigma against people who use substances is driving the overdose crisis; a public health emergency for BC and Canada
Asthma is the most common chronic childhood illness.
Experts are working to change that.
“By advancing our mandate in prevention and health promotion, by fostering equity and recognizing positive health is also inclusive of our place in the world around us, and by placing a healthy human at the core of our vision, I believe we can truly make a difference in the health outcomes of BC and beyond. I hope you will join us on the journey.”
– Kristy Kerr, Executive Director –
We’re calling on all British Columbians to donate to the Emergency Response Fund to help the public health experts working to protect our population.
The BCCDC Foundation and Science World partnership continues! This time, we’re joined by Antibiotic Wise to present a free screening of the film “Resistance” followed by a Q&A. What: Screening of Resistance and expert Q&A. When: Wednesday, February 12, 2020 Time: 7:00 – 9:00 pm (doors at 6:30pm) Where: TELUS World of ScienceRegister for free …
Please click through to read this month’s issue about what the BCCDC Foundation is doing in the face of COVID-19, and what you can do, to help during this public health emergency. This issue includes a message from the new head of BCCDC, Dr. Réka Gustafson. Subscribe here to stay up to date with our …
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