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Call for Participants--Population Health Panel at CAHSPR2018; Health System Performance Research Network, Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto

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I’m writing to inform you of a population health panel we’re putting together for CAHSPR2018 and to invite those of you who work in this area to express interest and potentially join the panel.

We’re looking for individuals and groups who work/research in the area of population health to participate in a conference panel tentatively titled "Increasing the scale and adoption of population health approach: examples from Canada and beyond.”

Call for Abstracts--Momentum: Research Realized Conference 2018, 6th Annual Waypoint Research Institute Conference

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Deadline December 20, 2017

The Call for Abstracts for the 6th annual Waypoint Research Institute Conference – Momentum: Research Realized – is now open! This conference focuses on health promotion, knowledge translation, implementation, and other emerging and inspiring research relevant to the mental health and addictions sector. It features research and practical learning opportunities for researchers, academics, students, leaders, policy-makers, clinicians, healthcare workers, health promotion and knowledge translation professionals.

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New Resource--Guy’s Night In – Talking About Men’s Cancers, Canadian Cancer Society

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The Canadian Cancer Society’s online community – http:// CancerConnection.ca – is pleased to announce that our next webcast Guy’s Night In – Talking About Men’s Cancers is available now, On-Demand!:

Join us for a conversation about men’s cancers and the psychosocial aspects of living with challenges brought on by diagnosis & treatment. Topics include:

New Report--Unequal City: The Hidden Divide Among Toronto’s Children and Youth, CAS and Partners

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CAS Toronto and partners have released a report called “Unequal City: The Hidden Divide Among Toronto’s Children and Youth.”

The report shows that Toronto remains the child poverty capital of Canada, that racialized children in the Toronto area are twice as likely to be living in poverty as non-racialized children, and that fully 84% of Indigenous families in Toronto are living in poverty.

New Resource--Evidence-based Canadian tool for Self-Evaluation within Multi-Sectoral Partnerships, Health Nexus

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Health Nexus is pleased to announce the publication of the English version of the Self-Evaluation Tool for Action in Partnership (Health Nexus, 2017). This is a full translation and adaptation of the Outil diagnostique de l’action en partenariat originally published in 2008 by Direction de santé publique de l’Agence de la santé et des services sociaux de Montréal.

New Report--Perceptions of Youth Health in Waterloo Region, Region of Waterloo Public Health & Emergency Services

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Region of Waterloo Public Health & Emergency Services (Public Health) conducted focus groups with youth from across Waterloo Region in order to better understand youth’s attitudes, perceptions and experiences related to the following six health topics:

New Report--Perceptions of Youth Health in Waterloo Region, Region of Waterloo Public Health & Emergency Services

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Region of Waterloo Public Health & Emergency Services (Public Health) conducted focus groups with youth from across Waterloo Region in order to better understand youth’s attitudes, perceptions and experiences related to the following six health topics:

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