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Title: Book of Abstracts: Future of Rural Peoples: Rural Economy, Healthy People, Environment, Rural Communities. Fifth International Symposium
Authors: University of Saskatchewan
Keywords: Health Care;Rural;Best Practice;Recommendations
Issue Date: Oct-2003
Publisher: Institute of Agricultural Rural and Environmental Health, University of Saskatchewan
Citation: University of Saskatchewan. (2003). Book of Abstracts: Future of Rural Peoples: Rural Economy, Healthy People, Environment, Rural Communities. Fifth International Symposium. Saskatoon, SK: Institute of Agricultural Rural and Environmental Health, University of Saskatchewan. 1-197.
Abstract: The Fifth International Symposium, The Future of Rural Peoples, addresses the health of people in the context of the economy, the environment, and the community. With profound changes affecting the very survival of rural people, this historic conference sought to connect new knowledge and past experience in new ways to point to the Future of Rural Peoples. The Symposium was intended to be inclusive of all rural settings, from those in fully industrialized countries to those in emerging or subsistence economies. This symposium brought together researchers, policy makers, rural people, and practitioners to consider systems, strategies, projects and processes that have contributed to healthy rural economies, healthy people, healthy environment and healthy communities.
Description: An initiative of the Institute of Agricultural Rural and Environmental Health (I.ARE.H), University of Saskatchewan and World-Wide Partners. Fifth in the World Leading Series of Symposia Addressing Health and Life Issues for Rural People.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/43069
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