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Nutrition Research and Community Mental Health: Defining a Canadian Agenda

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Learning Outcome: The participant will be able to describe the process of developing a research agenda for nutrition and community mental health that engages stakeholders with experiential understanding of the system. Background: Nutrition and mental health research tends to be directed by clinicians, scientists , and funding agencies. The evidence suggests, however, that collaborative engagement of various stakeholders with experiential understanding of the system can better inform research activities. The aim of this project was to develop a collaborative framework to guide research relevant to nutrition and community mental health.

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