The Mouseketeers®: People Make the Difference

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Peggy Edwards, aujourd’hui experte-conseil en promotion de la santé auprès de The Alder Group Inc., a occupé les fonctions de directrice du secrétariat de la condition physique à l’Association canadienne de santé publique et de membre de la direction des communications à Santé Canada. On lui doit la rédaction de nombreux documents d’information de ParticipACTION: guide-ressources, dépliants, suppléments, articles de journal et site Internet.

Peggy Edwards is a health promotion consultant with The Alder Group Inc., who worked as the Manager of the Fitness Secretariat at the Canadian Public Health Association and as a Communications Executive with Health Canada. She wrote many of ParticipACTION’s best known health information materials, including resource kits, booklets, magazine supplements, newspaper articles, and website copy.

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Edwards, P. The Mouseketeers®: People Make the Difference. Can J Public Health 95, S35–S39 (2004). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03404002

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