CULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS & HEALTH

Talking health risk: do cultural considerations matter?

In a multicultural society like Canada, paying attention to nuanced beliefs and practices can help inform how a health message is received, read, and acted on by the target audience. This knowledge about health decision-making at the individual level can offer insights for public health decision-making at the policy level.

By RUKHSANA AHMED

PUBLISHED : Monday, May 9, 2016 12:00 AM

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