H. Krueger & Associates Inc. was one of the key contributors for this report produced by the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) and the Office of the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) for British Columbia. February, 2013.
Our goal was to identify a limited number of indicators that are both significant to the health and well-being of children and youth in British Columbia and are malleable to policy, program or service interventions.
In this project for the BC Provincial Health Officer and the Canadian Institute for Health Information we developed an approach to identifying and selecting a limited number of key indicators in the following five dimensions of health and wellbeing: physical health and well-being; mental and emotional well-being; social relationships; economic and material well-being; and cognitive development.
This work was used in producing the Growing Up in BC – 2015 report.Access Report
The Economic Benefits of Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
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Dr Hans Krueger talks about the economics of unhealthy lifestyles
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