Population Health Intervention Research
Population health intervention research involves the use of scientific methods to produce knowledge about policy and program interventions that operate within or outside of the health sector and have the poten- tial to impact health at the population level.
The term ‘natural experiment’ lacks an exact definition, and many variants are found in the literature. The common thread in most definitions is that exposure to the event or intervention of interest has not been manipulated by the researcher.
Health inequity refers to those inequalities in health that are deemed to be unfair or stemming from some form of injustice.
Transportation and Health
Health is typically not considered in transportation policy and planning, even though transportation is one of the economic and social factors that influences people’s health and the health of a community.
The Health Innovation through Promotion and Practice collaborative is dedicated to fostering innovation and excellence in promoting health and wellbeing through research, teaching and learning, training, community partners, public engagement, and knowledge translation.
The highest returns can be reaped by imagination in combination with a logical and critical mind, a spice of ingenuity coupled with an eye for the simple and humdrum, and a width of vision in the pursuit of facts that is allied with an attention to detail that is almost nauseating.Sir Austin Bradford Hill
School of Human Kinetics and Recreation
Physical Education Building
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John’s, NL