The Parent Action Pack – Stats, Facts and Talking Points is a brochure with up-to-date, research-based information about teen development and alcohol and other drugs. The Parent Action Pack gives parents the tools to help their sons and daughters make healthier choices and give them the confidence and resiliency to successfully deal with the stresses that impact teens today.
The Parent Action Pack will help parents and other caregivers to:
Critical Appraisal of Qualitative Studies will help you develop and practice critical appraisal skills you need to assess qualitative studies relevant to public health. With this knowledge, you will know whether the findings of the qualitative study can be applied to your public health decisions. After completing this module you will be able to answer:
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 Health & Wellbeing in Children, Youth and Adults with Developmental Disabilities Conference provides an excellent forum for authors to present their work in an interactive setting. Posters are ideal for presenting scientifically based investigation, clinical case studies, and demonstration of community projects. Posters are intended to provide authors and participants from a variety of disciplines with the ability to connect with each other and to engage in discussions about the work.
Partners In Action is a short film capturing the reflections of some of the members about the importance of Toronto's Shade Policy, the first of its kind in Canada, as an effective strategy to reduce overexposure to solar ultraviolet radiation and the risk of skin cancer.
In partnership with Toronto Community Housing, CRICH is surveying adults and children who are TCH residents, before and after the Regent Park revitalization process.
The study asks questions about a wide range of things that can affect people’s wellbeing, such as feelings of safety and security, social relationships, sense of community and heath behaviours. The surveys are being conducted by the CRICH Survey Research Unit.
The four week research internship (June 2nd- 27th, 2014) is a unique, intensive training opportunity for junior researchers to launch their research career and network in the Caribbean and internationally. It provides a great for participants to focus and develop programs of research, complete research proposals or manuscripts under the mentorship of local and international facilitators.