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Wednesday, May 11 • 10:45 - 11:15
Dedicated Poster Session

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P1. Lessons learned from conducting nutrition environment assessment in culturally diverse urban settings
Brian Lo, Catherine Mah, Leia Minaker, Brian Cook

P2. Experiences of a Grocery Shopper – Navigating Food Environments in Toronto
Andi Camden, Kate Bassil, Jennifer Levy, Loren Vanderlinden

P3. Understanding the Supermarket Landscape in Toronto
Olanna White Barnett, Jennifer Levy, Andi Camden, Leia Minaker

P4. How “healthy” is the Canadian food supply? An analysis of pre-packaged foods
Marie-Eve Labonté, Jodi Bernstein, Beatriz Franco Arellano, Mary L'Abbé

P5. Consumption of Added Sugars by Food Environment among Canadians
Mahsa Jessri, Stephanie Nishi, Mary L'Abbe

P6. Dietary Snacking Quality of Canadian Children and Adolescents
Mahsa Jessri, Stephanie Nishi, Mary L'Abbe

P7. Taxation of Sugar Sweetened Beverages as a Strategy to Improve Food Environments
Leslie Whittington-Carter

P8. The Changing Food Environment - Supplemented Foods: A Growing Trend
Elaine De Grandpre, Claudia Gorenko, Jennifer Barber

P9. Assessing The Association Between Children’s Fruit And Vegetable Intake And The Home Environment: A Systematic Review
Stephanie Cullen Conroy, Marilyne Petitclerc, Laura Harvey, Lorraine Yau

P10. Development of a Food Insecurity Screening Initiative for Clients Living with Diabetes
Brittany Thomas, Enza Gucciardi

P11. Opportunities for practical training of dietetic student interns in the area of food systems, population and public health: a systematic review
Marilyne Petitclerc, Jessica Wegener

P12. Increasing the Accuracy of Nutrition Analysis for Menu Items using Recipe Analysis Software
Katie Jessop, Elizabeth Mansfield, Barbara Selley, Mengdi Xa

P13. Eating behaviours of Ontarians
Nabila Purno, Ahalya Mahendra, Lynn Roblin

P14. Changing the menu: the case for private-public partnerships on school food
Micheline Turnau, Ruthie Burd, Devon Peart

P15. Secondary school compliancy with the Ontario School Food and Beverage Policy: An exploration of vending machine contents using data from the Compass Study
Alexandra Butler, Michelle M. Vine, Karen Patte, Scott Leatherdale

P16. Feeding your kids
Eszter Erdelyi

P17. To what extent is healthy eating supported in Ontario schools? An analysis guided by the Comprehensive School Health framework
Taryn Orava, Susan Caswell, Steve Manske, Rhona Hanning

P18. Evaluating the impact of point-of-purchase labels on food sales at a large Southwestern Ontario university
Catherine R. Biden, June I. Matthews, Paula D. N. Dworatzek, Jamie A. Seabrook

P19. Self-reported food skills of secondary school students
Brittany L. McMullan, Paula D.N. Dworatzek, Jamie A. Seabrook, June I. Matthews

P20. Geographic Retail Food Environment Measures for use in Public Health
Ahalya Mahendra, Tina McBrien, Marc Lefebvre, Jane Polsky

P21. Best and Promising Practices in Collaborative Governance and Using the Collective Impact Process to Define a Collaborative Governance Structure for the Ontario Food and Nutrition Strategy
Lynn Roblin, Rebecca Truscott

P22. ASA24 (automated self-administered 24-hour recall)-Canada: A Validation Study
Angela Pavarin-De Luca, Sharon Kirkpatrick, Laura Forbes, Jess Haines

P23. Beyond BMI: The collection and integration of risk and protective factor information in electronic medical records (EMRs) for childhood healthy weights surveillance in Ontario.
Kathy Moran, Suzanne Biro, Suzanne De Haney, Denis Heng, Sarah Collier, David Ip, Lindsey Fera, Jordan Robson, Deborah Moore, Rachel Skellet, Lesley Andrade, Joanne Beyers, Dar Malaviarachch, Emma Gaylord,

P24. The Nutrition Resource Centre's Navigator: An Innovative Tool to Enhance Policy and Program Development in Healthy Eating and Nutrition
Barb Prudhomme, Donna Smith

Wednesday May 11, 2016 10:45 - 11:15 EDT
Colony Ballroom

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