ENRICH’s process, strategies and outcomes are presented in this report. We hope that you feel the excitement, creativity, and hard work that has gone into every step of all of the 13 or so projects that made up ENRICH over the past six years. Read more.
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The Maskwacis Report is now available!
Together, ENRICH and the Maskwacis Elder’s Advisory Committee worked to prepare a summary report that highlights research done in and with the community. Read more.
Congratulations to Dr. Megan Jarman who was awarded a Future Research Leaders postdoctoral fellowship from AXA Research Fund!
Dr Megan Jarman was awarded a Future Research Leaders postdoctoral fellowship from AXA Research Fund! She will be going into post as a senior research fellow at Aston University. Congratulations, Dr. Jarman. Continue reading “Congratulations to Dr. Megan Jarman who was awarded a Future Research Leaders postdoctoral fellowship from AXA Research Fund!”
The Healthy Pregnancy Weight Gain CME accredited eLearning Module has officially been launched!
Research conducted through ENRICH and Alberta Health Services helped inform the development of a this module which aims to help health care providers gain the knowledge and skills to discuss gestational weight gain with their patients. Read more about the module by clicking here.
Program aims to tackle high rates of food insecurity in African community in Edmonton
Grocery Run, a partnership between MCHB and the University of Alberta, takes food that would otherwise go to waste…
Indigenous elder mentorship program leads to healthier babies in Wetaskiwin area
Elders connect with expectant mothers, bring cultural awareness to prenatal program.
What makes a great dad during pregnancy?
UAlberta research helps answer the question just in time for Father’s Day.
No magic pill for postpartum weight loss
Breastfeeding to aid weight loss is a myth, University of Alberta nutrition researchers find.
Food Program offers lifeline to immigrant and refugee families in need
“To me, this program is like oxygen.”
The Edmonton Social Planning Committee featured an article on the Grocery Run Program
The Grocery Run Program aims to address the need for emergency food for immigrant and refugee families, while also minimizing food waste and promoting collaboration among organizations doing similar work in our city.