Spreading the Message Through Community Mobilization, Education and Leadership: A Magnanimouse Task

Mobilisation, éducation et leadership : des stratégies de diffusion efficaces

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Christa Costas-Bradstreet est une spécialiste de l’activité physique aux services communautaires et de santé publique de Hamilton. Elle est également experte-conseil en promotion de l’activité physique. De 1991 à 2001, elle a occupé diverses fonctions au sein de ParticipACTION, notamment de coordonnatrice nationale pour le Défi CrownVie ParticipACTION et de responsable des communications sur la santé.

Christa Costas-Bradstreet is a Physical Activity Specialist with the City of Hamilton Public Health and Community Services Department and a private consultant in the area of physical activity promotion. From 1991 to 2001, Christa worked for ParticipACTION in a variety of roles including National Coordinator of the CrownLife ParticipACTION Challenge and Director of Health Communications.

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Costas-Bradstreet, C. Spreading the Message Through Community Mobilization, Education and Leadership: A Magnanimouse Task. Can J Public Health 95, S27–S31 (2004). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03404000

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