Announcements

Call for Abstracts--Canadian Society for Epidemiology and Biostatitics 2015 Conference

Deadline February 13, 2015

Celebrating 25 years of the CanadianSociety for Epidemiology and Biostatistics!

"Paradigms to Pragmatism: Epidemiology and Biostatistics for the Changing World"
June 1-4, 2015
Chestnut Centre
Toronto, Ontario

Nurse Practitioner, Niagara Falls Community Health Centre

Niagara Falls, Ontario
Deadline January 5, 2015

Full time, permanent
$90,987 per year
37.5 hrs per week
Niagara Falls

CIPHI Continuing Professional Competency Accreditation via NCCMT Learning Moduiles

Online learning modules from the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools approved for credit in the CIPHI Continuing Professional Competency program.

As of December 2014, members of the Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors (CIPHI) can now choose to complete free online learning modules from NCCMT as part of their Continuing Professional Competencies program.

To enquire about how your organization can you can use these modules to support professional development in your own organization, please contact NCCMT: mailto@nccmt@mcmaster.ca.

New Online Community: Views on Health Promotion Online, International Union for Health Promotion and Education

Looking to advance your knowledge of health promotion? Make international connections? Gain a global perspective? Join the conversation at Views on Health Promotion Online (VHPO), the recently re-launched official online forum of the International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE).

New Report – Assessing Public Health Prenatal Education Knowledge, Locally Driven Collaborative Project Healthy Pregnancies Team

The Locally Driven Collaborative Project (LDCP) Healthy Pregnancies Team has released its first report entitled “Assessing Public Health Prenatal Education Knowledge: Findings from the LDCP Healthy Pregnancies Project.”

New WALK Friendly Communities and Next Application Round Announced

Deadline February 20, 2015

Three Ontario municipalities have been recognized by an expert panel for their progress toward walkability. WALK Friendly Community designations have been awarded to the City of Mississauga (silver), the Town of Pelham (bronze) and the Town of Minto (bronze).

Refugee Health Care Webpage Updates at The Centre for Research on Inner City Health

The Centre for Research on Inner City Health has updated our webpage related to our research on refugee health care: http://www.stmichaelshospital.com/crich/projects/refugeehealthcare/.

New Program--Youth CI: Improving Outcomes for Youth in Ontario Communities through Collective Impact, Laidlaw Foundation and Innoweave

The Laidlaw Foundation and the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation’s Innoweave initiative are launching a new program to support youth focused collective impact initiatives in Ontario. This new initiative, Youth CI, is supported in part by the Government of Ontario: http://innoweave.ca/en/modules/collective-impact/youth-ci.

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