SHAPES PEI to release third report

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Provincial student health profile survey 2012-13

CHARLOTTETOWN - The School Health Action Planning and Evaluation System (SHAPES PEI) team is about to release the findings from its most recent survey results on student health and well being.

The team, made up of researchers from the University of Prince Edward Island, the PEI Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, and the PEI Department of Health and Wellness, has been gathering data on Island students since 2008, through the Provincial Student Health Profile survey.

This will be their third release of data from this on-going study.

The presentation of results will be made at a news conference in Room 104 of the Health Sciences Building at U.P.E.I., 550 University Avenue in Charlottetown, on Monday, February 10, at 1:00 p.m.

Attending the release of the report will be Hon. Alan McIsaac, Minister for Education and Early Childhood Development, Hon. Doug Currie, Minister of Health and Wellness, Sterling Carruthers, school health specialist with the PEI Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, and Dr. Donna Murnaghan, adjunct professor with the UPEI School of Nursing.

Organizations: PEI Department of, University of Prince Edward Island, Health Sciences Building Education and Early Childhood Development UPEI School of Nursing

Geographic location: Charlottetown

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  • Billy
    February 09, 2014 - 22:07

    And this will AGAIN prove that we are worse off from a health perspective than before. And until people start being accountable to get in better shape will there be a chance. Quit blaming the government,no time,no money and GET OUT AND EXERCISE ! Not physical activity,EXERCISE! Plus stop your diet of dairy as NO benefit whatsoever!