The Ontario Public Health Convention (TOPHC) is your opportunity to connect with health professionals from Ontario and beyond to share knowledge and develop skills related to public health. For three days in March we will explore this year’s theme, Global challenges. Local solutions.
Check out workshops, panel discussions and sessions including:
The International Seating Symposium (ISS) is considered one of the premier meetings in the world of dedicated clinicians, researchers, manufacturers, and others who work to improve seating and mobility among people with disabilities.
Vancouver, British Columbia
March 6-9, 2018
The Westin Bayshore
This conference will explore the complex factors impacting children’s development, recognizing the essential aspect of nurturing relationships within families and in our professional roles as the cornerstone of strengthening children’s resilience. The conference will highlight many of the considerations and practices in work with young children and their families, particularly as we adapt to our rapidly changing society.
Good facilitation helps a group of people accomplish their objectives by ensuring comfort, fairness and good participation from everyone, maximizing their ability to come up with ideas and solutions, and keeping them on track to move towards the group’s goals.
The Facilitation for Healthy Communities Toolkit provides a quick and easy reference guide to using seven different facilitation techniques: Ice Breakers, Visioning, 1-2-4-All, Wise Crowds, Appreciative Inquiry, Generating & Prioritizing Ideas, and Popular Theatre.
The 13th Annual CADDRA ADHD Conference is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, October 28 - 29, at the Hilton Quebec hotel in Quebec City, QC. This meeting will address many topics and issues of interest to you as a clinician or researcher working in the field of ADHD. The conference is preceded by the 4th Annual ADHD Research Day and ADHD Institute workshops on Friday, October 27.
The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) has launched the Gender, Work and Health web portal to help bridge the gap between gender, sex, and health, and their impact on the workplace.
We are pleased to announce that nominations for the 2017 Public Health Champion Awards are now open.
The award was established in 2008 by Toronto’s Board of Health, to recognize individuals and organizations that have made outstanding contributions to protecting and promoting the health of Toronto’s residents.
Nominations will be evaluated by a committee of the Board of Health based on demonstrated achievement in one or more of four areas:
The UCL Marmot Prince Mahidol Fellowships are available to researchers who are committed to reducing inequalities in health within their countries. Applicants are likely to have completed doctoral training by the time of entry into the program in one of a variety of fields including, but not limited to, behavioural and social sciences, biomedical sciences, health professions and public policy. The flexibility of the program is designed to ensure inclusiveness and maximize the benefits reaped from the available resources.