Widely recognized as a preeminent education and networking event throughout the hospice palliative care and broader health care sectors, Hospice Palliative Care Ontario's (HPCO) annual conference has earned a reputation for exceptional value.
Putting the Pieces Together – Collaborating for Quality Hospice Palliative Care in Ontario
Richmond Hill, Ontario
April 17 to 19, 2016
The Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel and Convention Centre
Through to November 29, 2015, rural communities across Ontario have the opportunity to nominate young leaders for recognition in the Youth Engagement Showcase, the most recent initiative of the Rural Ontario Institute (ROI).
The call for abstracts for the annual Waypoint Research Institute Conference is now open!
May 17-18, 2016
Kempenfelt Conference Centre http://goo.gl/KEMn1n
Conference Hashtag: #WRIConference2016
For this year’s theme, “Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Mental Health & Addictions” we welcome submissions on theoretical, methodological, or practice- or policy-based research in mental health and addictions in any of the following four core themes:
Contest! Get Kids in the Kitchen with the EatRight Ontario Kids Recipe Challenge!
EatRight Ontario is once more launching the annual Kids Recipe Challenge, which encourages kids to get excited about healthy eating and creating kid-friendly recipes.
Help spread the word as we launch the 2015 EatRight Ontario Kids Recipe Challenge. Visit the EatRight Ontario Contest Page at http://www.eatrightontario.ca/contest for details and entry form or call 1-877-510-5102 for more information.
This evidence brief summarizes the literature that answers the question "What types of community-based interventions are being implemented to promote active play in children and youth aged 0 to 12, and are they effective?"
The Active Play Evidence Brief is now live on our website at:
The National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health (NCCDH) helps the public health sector advance health equity through public health practices, policies, programs and by influencing structural change. The Centre translates knowledge into practice through events, resources and supporting network development. The NCCDH is asking users to complete a brief survey to help the Centre know how they are supporting your efforts to advance health equity. User input is essential to deepen Centre learning and support responsive services.