CIHR and CMAJ honour eight Canadian Health Researchers First ever CIHR-CMAJ Best Canadian Achievements in Health Research Awards The Canadian Institutes of Wellness Analysis and the Canadian Medical Association Journal today honoured eight excellent Canadian individuals and teams with the first ever CIHR-CMAJ Best Canadian Achievements in Health Research Awards, which recognize and celebrate Canadian health analysis and innovation excellence. The winners were selected by a peer-review panel of Canadian and international experts, who appeared for the discoveries and improvements that had the biggest impact on the health of people in this country and all over the world .

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The second paper presents highlights from a gathering on interior tanning convened by CDC in August 2012 where participants discussed ways to prevent skin cancers, and gaps in analysis that may be addressed to inform public health action. In these two papers, the researchers remember that: Successful intervention initiatives will likely need to address multiple levels of influence, from individual-level determinants to the functions of parents, peers, clinicians, schools, the press, the tanning industry, and policymakers. ‘Addressing these factors will demand collaboration and coordination,’ says Dawn M. Holman, MPH, of the CDC's Division of Cancer Control and Avoidance.