Canadian Journal of Public Health

Can J Public Health

The Canadian Journal of Public Health is a professional journal which carries a wide variety of in-depth articles on all aspects of public health, including epidemiology, nutrition, family health, environmental health, sexually transmitted diseases, gerontology, behavioural medicine, rural health, health promotion and public health policy. The editorial is peer reviewed, and the editorial board is made up of public health experts from across Canada.

The Canadian Journal of Public Health is published by the Canadian Public Health Association. It is distributed on a bi-monthly basis exclusively to paid subscribers and to the Association membership.

ISSN 1920-7476 (Online)

Impact Factor for CJPH
Impact factor of 1.094 in 2013 (Thompson ISI); 5-year impact factor of 1.325.


Vol 106, No 1 (2015): Healthy Canada by Design

Table of Contents

Complete Edition

Healthy Canada by Design PDF
 

Foreword/Preface

Introduction PDF
Manuel Arango eS2

Commentary

Healthy Canada by Design: Translating science into action and prevention PDF
David L. Mowat eS3-eS4
Healthy Toronto by Design: Promoting a healthier built environment PDF
Ronald G. Macfarlane, Linda P. Wood, Monica E. Campbell eS5-eS8
Influencing public policies: Two (very good) reasons to look toward scientific knowledge in public policy PDF
François Gagnon, Olivier Bellefleur eS9-eS11

Quantitative Research

The unmet demand for walkability: Disparities between preferences and actual choices for residential environments in Toronto and Vancouver PDF
Lawrence D. Frank, Suzanne E. Kershaw, James E. Chapman, Monica Campbell, Helena M. Swinkels eS12-eS20
Grassroots projects aimed at the built environment: Association with neighbourhood deprivation, land-use mix and injury risk to road users PDF
Anne Sophie Dubé, Maude Beausoleil, Céline Gosselin, Ginette Beaulme, Sophie Paquin, Anne Pelletier, Sophie Goudreau, Marie-Hélène Poirier, Louis Drouin, Lise Gauvin eS21-eS25
Application of an evidence-based tool to evaluate health impacts of changes to the built environment PDF
Jared M. Ulmer, James E. Chapman, Suzanne E. Kershaw, Monica Campbell, Lawrence D. Frank eS26-eS32

Public Health Intervention

Incorporating consideration of health impacts into land use development approval processes: Development of a Health Background Study Framework PDF
Brent W. Moloughney, Gayle E. Bursey, Jana Neumann, Daniel H. Leeming, Christine E. Gutmann, Bhavna Sivanand, David L. Mowat eS33-eS39
Building the capacity of health authorities to influence land use and transportation planning: Lessons learned from the Healthy Canada by Design CLASP Project in British Columbia PDF
Alice Miro, Kim Perrotta, Heather Evans, Natalie A. Kishchuk, Claire Gram, Richard S. Stanwick, Helena M. Swinkels eS40-eS49
Healthy Canada by Design CLASP: Lessons learned from the first phase of an intersectoral, cross-provincial, built environment initiative PDF
Alice Miro, Natalie A. Kishchuk, Kim Perrotta, Helena M. Swinkels eS50-eS58
Building a community of practice: Healthy Canada by Design CLASP Renewal – Postscript PDF
Kim Perrotta eS59-eS61