Tag Archives: Guelph Community Wellbeing Initiative

Let the data show the way

February 8, 2013

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I recently learned some interesting facts. About two-thirds or more of health care dollars are spent on less than 10% of the population. About 75% of the Waterloo-Wellington Local Health Integration Network’s (WWLHIN) $1 billion budget is spent on about 5% of the population. In Guelph, the WWLHIN estimates this to be approximately 5000 people. […]

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Wellbeing Initiative part of international case study report

November 1, 2012

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Guelph’s Wellbeing Initiative was part of an  international  case study report of similiar initiatives. Shifting The Dial – From wellbeing measures to policy practice “At a time of economic turmoil, it is unsurprising that the minds of policy makers focus on the question of how to restart economic growth. But important as it is, economic […]

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You’re invited – What matters to you?

October 4, 2012

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