The early-bird registration deadline for HC Link’s 2015 conference is this Friday September 11th. Last chance to get the early-bird rate of $300!
Want more information about the program? We have just released a complete list of workshops and storytelling presentations: http://hclinkontario.ca/events/conferences1/program.html Register online now!
HC Link’s 2015 provincial conference is being held at the BMO Institute for Learning in Toronto on November 12th and 13th.
Parachute is pleased to announce the release of the Canadian Injury Prevention Resource (CIPR).
The CIPR is built to reflect the Canadian experience around injury prevention (IP) and is a momentous achievement for the injury prevention community. The Resource stands to educate a new generation of Canadian learners on the magnitude of injury in Canada, and the importance of injury prevention. It answers important questions like "How is injury related to income?" or "what is the approach to injury prevention in Canada?" among many others.
Be on the cutting edge and begin the Certificate in Knowledge Mobilization now!
Turning Knowledge into Action
The Certificate in Knowledge Mobilization (KMb) is designed to develop participants' KMb knowledge, skills, and values, as well as build capacity to select and apply KMb tools and techniques to move knowledge into action.
Community Health Nurses of Canada, Manitoba Public Health Managers Network and Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors announce the Leadership Competency Statements for Public Health Practice in Canada: Release 1.0.
This document provides brief information of the background, method, LEADS framework and the public health leadership competency statements to be exercised by and developed in and among public health practitioners at all levels of an organization and across all disciplines.
The short videos in National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools's (NCCMT) “Understanding Research Evidence” series explain some important terms that you may encounter in research evidence. Our latest video uses hypothetical data on teen mental health as an example to illustrate how to calculate and use results reported as a Standardized Mean Difference.
The Best Start Resource Centre is very pleased to launch its provincial awareness campaign on child discipline!
The goal of the awareness campaign is to reduce the prevalence of physical and emotional punishment of children from birth to age 6. The main audience is mothers, fathers and other primary caregivers of children from birth to age 6.
Announcing a new online learning module from National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools (NCCMT)!
Critical Appraisal of Guidelines is a free, interactive and self-paced module designed for public health practitioners and decision-makers who are involved in the implementation of evidence in practice or program development.
Learn about the criteria used to critically appraise guidelines and how to apply those criteria to the guidelines you find.
The Centre for Research on Inner City Health (CRICH) at St. Michael’s Hospital was responsible for leading the Toronto arm of the five-city At Home/Chez Soi randomized controlled trial of Housing First (HF).
HF programs offer people experiencing homelessness and mental health problems access to independent housing and supports.
Our new report highlights findings from several scientific publications related to the implementation process, and explores: