Announcements

Call for Applications--WALK Friendly Communities Program

Deadline September 30, 2015

Applications are now being accepted to Green Communities Canada's WALK Friendly Communities program. Communities interested in applying are encouraged to bring partners together now to begin the application process. The deadline for submissions is September 30th, 2015.

Visit http://www.walkfriendly.org to apply or contact Kate at khall@greencommunitiescanada.org for more information. The application deadline is September 30th.

Call for Participants--Caregivers Needed for Online Survey, CAMH

Are you caring for someone with a long-term health or mental health condition?  We need your help to test an online survey.  The survey should take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

At the end of the survey, you will be able to view some preliminary results.  As well, you will have the opportunity to select a caregiver organization to receive an honorarium payment of $5 on behalf of the Family/Friend Caregiver Survey.

Locally Driven Collaborative Project Report: Identifying Areas of Focus for Mental Health Promotion in Children and Youth for Ontario Public Health

The Locally Driven Collaborative Project's (LDCP) Child & Youth Mental Health Promotion team have released their final research report, entitled "Identifying Areas of Focus for Mental Health Promotion in Children and Youth for Ontario Public Health."

The report can be found at: http://www.publichealthontario.ca/en/eRepository/MentalHealth_FinalReport_LDCP_2015.pdf

Skills Online - is it too late to register?

If you thought you had missed the opportunity to participate in Skills Online courses this Fall, good news. We still have a few seats available for the following courses, beginning September 7!

Registration closes August 23, 2015

To register, please visit www.skillsonline.ca.

New video! A brief introduction to the work of the NCCMT: What we do and why we do it

Meet members of the NCCMT team. Learn about the resources NCCMT offers public health professionals to support evidence-informed decision-making. See http://youtu.be/Jbtzp0IsfQs

Call for Latebreaker Abstracts - From Possibility to Practice in Aging: Shaping a Future for All

The Canadian Association on Gerontology (CAG) is pleased to announce a Call for Latebreaker Abstracts for CAG2015, our 44th Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting: http://cag2015.ca/submissions/latebreakers/

For full details: http://CAG2015.ca

OPHA Call for Photos - Advocacy in Focus

The Ontario Public Health Association is putting together an exciting project for this year's Fall Forum, and we need your help!

Skills Online: Dynamic Learning in Public Health, Public Health Agency of Canada

Are you looking to build your skills and competence in policy and program planning, communications, surveillance, epidemiology, health literacy, analytical skills, evaluation or evidence-informed decision-making? Skills Online can help.

Registration for Fall facilitated courses is from July 20 to August 23, 2015. Self-directed courses are available at any time during the year.

To register, please visit http://www.skillsonline.ca.

Facilitated courses:

Give Your Input on EENet's Knowledge Products

In our continuing effort to improve, we would like to have your feedback on the EENet knowledge products. This survey will take about 10 minutes to complete. All responses will remain anonymous.

To participate, click here http://fluidsurveys.com/s/EENetKnowledgeProducts2015/.

EENet is a mental health and addictions knowledge exchange network that connects stakeholders across Ontario with each other and to different forms of evidence. One of the ways in which we do this is by developing knowledge products that make evidence accessible.

WALK Friendly Communities Program News

WALK Friendly Communities Showcase now online!

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