Fonds MG 576 - Bruce Reeder fonds

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Bruce Reeder fonds

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MG 576

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  • 1956-2001 (Creation)

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20 cm textual records; 46 35mm slides (glass and cardboard); 12 8x10cm glass slides; 275 negatives

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Bruce Reeder spent many years working for the School of Public Health at the University of Saskatchewan. He is now a Professor Emeritus of Community Health and Epidemiology. His areas of research are Global Health, infectious disease, the prevention of obesity and cardiovascular disease, and complex adaptive systems and systems thinking. In the 1990’s, he worked for Health Canada, and was involved in the Canadian Heart Health Initiative. He has also been a leader in the One Health initiative.

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Primarily papers on Reeder’s work with the Canadian Heart Health Initiative, including information on surveys taken in every province. Lecture slides belonging to previous professors on subjects of Public Health are also included, as are an interesting series of candid health-related 35mm slides from the 1950’s.

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2009-010 (donated in 2009 by Bruce Reeder) was originally accessioned as part of the School of Public Health records group. It has now been merged into the Bruce Reeder fonds.

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