HC Link helps community groups, organizations, and partnerships drive change and create healthy communities across Ontario by providing consulting services, webinars, workshops, resources and other learning opportunities in both English and French.
HC Link consulting services are provided free of charge, where possible, and are customized to meet your needs. A consultation we are currently featuring is Healthy Built Environments: Building complete communities and complete streets.
What would you do with $15,000 to improve women’s health?
Women’s Xchange invites you to apply for the $15K Challenge. The $15K Challenge will award $15,000 to individuals in organizations working to advance the health of women and girls in Ontario. Funding is available for one year to support research projects that address women’s health issues at the local level.
Mental health throughout the perinatal period is an important public health concern. The newest evidence brief from Public Health Ontario investigates evidence-based interventions to address perinatal mental health in a public health context. This evidence brief addresses a current gap in public health research. This evidence brief found that:
Did you know that the quality of air that individuals breathe at work can affect their health, comfort and productivity? The Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW) has collaborated with the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) to develop a mobile app to help individuals find solutions to indoor air quality problems in their workplace.
Join EENet’s dialogue sessions, taking place across the province, to provide input on the evidence most needed to support you in your daily work and to navigate the system. Sharing Together (http://eenet.ca/sharing-together/) aims to identify priority evidence needs related to mental health, substance use, and addictions, in the areas of health promotion and prevention, early identification, treatment and recovery, and across the lifespan. Results of the in-person sessions, and an online survey, will be used to co-create an evidence priority agenda for Ontario.
The office of Continuing Professional Development at Queen’s University is committed to providing innovative healthcare education.
Currently, we are looking for ways to support primary health care practitioners who have patients enrolled in pharmaceutical clinical trials. To help us understand how best to support primary health care practitioners (physicians, registered and/or registered practical nurses, dieticians, social workers, etc.), we are conducting a needs assessment for these groups.
Beginning March 1, 2017, the program consists of a series of six modules that will build organizational capacity by increasing the knowledge and understanding of economic concepts and their role in supporting a green economy. The training stream takes a case-based approach to address key economic concepts, their assumptions, key measures and gaps, and their strengths and limitations.
In particular, participants will learn about the latest innovations in economics that are relevant to