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Pathways to Healthin Nova Scotia

Survey on Health and Healthcare in NS for Providers, Professionals, LGBTQ Patients & Community Members


Time for Health

A multilevel intervention to promote healthy eating in children and their families



AHPRC has a long history of conducting research that highlights the key conditions for health and well-being, such as access to healthy foods, supportive environments for physical activity, appropriate housing, safe working and living conditions, and timely, effective, and culturally appropriate health and social services.

AHPRC has recently undergone a renewal process reflecting on our past, visioning our future, and developing a plan for continued success.

To learn more about our renewal plans, please view About AHPRC section. Coming soon our Renewal Briefing document

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Participate in GAHPS Survey  

The Gender and Health Promotion Studies (GAHPS) Unit at Dalhousie University is currently conducting an online survey on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) health in Nova Scotia. So far, the survey has been completed by 320 participants from across the province and we are hoping to have at least 500 completed surveys. Please consider completing the survey.


To be eligible to participate in this study you must self-identify as LGBTQ, speak English, be 16 years of age or older and have lived in Nova Scotia for at least one year OR be a health care provider/health care professional in Nova Scotia.   Participate in the survey