Videos from the CPHA Annual Meeting

Here are some videos from Global Health TV covering the Canadian Public Health Association’s Annual Meeting in Edmonton.



Dr.David Suzuki is the co-founder of the David Suzuki Foundation and spoke during the opening ceremonies of the 2012 CPHA Conference in Edmonton, Canada. Dr. Suzuki sat down with Global Health TV’s Amy Rogers to discuss the role the environment plays in affecting health.



The 2012 CPHA Annual Conference kicked off Tuesday morning in Edmonton, Canada with an opening ceremony and an address from keynote speaker Dr. David Suzuki.



The 2012 CPHA Annual General Meeting was held Tuesday during the conference in Edmonton, Canada. Chair Erica Di Ruggiero addressed the members during the annual report.



Global Health TV caught up with some of the delegates at the 2012 CPHA Conference in Edmonton, Canada to find out why they think it is important to maintain a balanced, healthy environment.



Three speakers addressed delegates during Wednesday’s opening session of the 2012 CPHA Annual Conference. Here are highlights from Dr. Richard Jackson, Dr. Ray Copes and Michael Brauer.



Michael Brauer is a professor at the University of British Columbia. He sat down with Global Health TV’s Amy Rogers at the 2012 CPHA Annual Conference to discuss the challenges of intervention in various environments.



Global Health TV caught up with delegates at the 2012 CPHA Annual Conference to find out which poster presentations and exhibits were the most interesting to them.



Dr. Ray Copes with Public Health Ontario was interviewed by Amy Rogers of Global Health TV at the 2012 CPHA Annual Conference. Dr. Copes discussed the impact of different environments and which have the most potential for improvement.

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