Category: Men’s Health

Malnutrition Awareness Week 2021 – October 4-8, 2021

Malnutrition Awareness week is October 4-8th, but what does this mean in Canada? The word ‘malnutrition’ seems like a problem most encountered in low-income countries. It may be surprising to […]

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Quarantine 19 – Sound Familiar?

Tumultuous. That seems like a reasonable word to describe the last 18 months since COVID-19 disrupted our lives. Our habits and routines shifted in response to the change around us. […]

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Building your medical home

Research has shown that building a trusting relationship with patients over time, together with coordinated care by health teams, can produce better health outcomes. The PMH model leads to enhanced […]

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PCN workshops forestall risks of heart disease, type-2 diabetes

“Eat close to nature, increase plant-based foods, avoid over-processed products and raise your activity levels.” These are the core messages Bow Valley PCN’s Registered Dietitian Zarifa Salzgeber delivers in two […]

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New Year’s Resolutions – How Hard Can They Be?

Posted by on December 8, 2017 in Men's Health, Mental Health, Women's Health

Having a hard time sticking to your goals? Did you make a New Year’s resolution you really want to achieve, but are worried about keeping going with it beyond the […]

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Falls Fairs to Prevent Trips and Tumbles

Posted by on September 8, 2017 in Fall Prevention, Men's Health, Women's Health

November is Falls Prevention month, with a focus on helping seniors in particular understand what they can do to avert falls through strategies such as keeping active, correcting vision problems […]

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QuitCore’s collaborative approach cuts tobacco habit

  The aim of Bow Valley Primary Care Network’s QuitCore program is to deliver the tools and skills that lead to successful curbing of tobacco addiction. However, an added bonus […]

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Easy Rider: Banff’s Big Red Bike is for everyone with experience of life (but not necessarily bike riding)

A fun ride on Banff’s 4-seater bike is safe and simple, with adaptable and adjustable power-assisted pedalling, comfy seats with back support and seat-belts for safety. Bow Valley PCN’s Active […]

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We Asked, You Answered! 2016 Satisfaction Survey

Posted by on July 1, 2016 in Men's Health, Women's Health

Bow Valley PCN’s Patient Satisfaction Survey gathers feedback This spring, Bow Valley Primary Care Network (PCN) polled 650 patients with questions on awareness of the PCN, quality of care received […]

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