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Call for Input--Review of the Canadian Cancer Statistics publication, Canadian Cancer Society

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Deadline February 15

The Canadian Cancer Statistics Advisory Committee is in the process of conducting a review of the Canadian Cancer Statistics publication (http://www.cancer.ca/en/cancer-information/cancer-101/canadian-cancer-st...). This may mean changes to the publication's content, format and frequency. We need your input to help make sure our decisions support the needs of the cancer community.

New Report--Cancer Care Ontario Releases Ontario Cancer Statistics 2018

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Cancer Care Ontario is pleased to announce the release of Ontario Cancer Statistics (OCS) 2018, a report which describes the changing burden of cancer in Ontario.

Reporting on over 30 years of data from various sources, including the Ontario Cancer Registry, this report focuses on the incidence, mortality, survival and prevalence of 23 of the most common cancers in Ontario and includes detailed statistics at the public health unit level.

New Resource--Sharing Together Full Report: Developing an evidence priority agenda for Ontario’s mental health, substance use, and addictions system; EENet

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Ontario’s full evidence priority agenda now available!

Evidence Exchange Network (EENet) is excited to release the Sharing Together Full Report: Developing an evidence priority agenda for Ontario’s mental health, substance use, and addictions system.

New Landmark Programs, Tools of Change

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The annual Landmark peer-selection process organized by Tools of Change has designated two additional programs that promote active and sustainable transportation behaviors.  

(1) Capitol Hill In motion, a recent evolution of the individualized marketing approach used by King County, had remarkably high sign-up rates and delivered a solid 16% average reduction in drive-alone trips.

Community Champion Awards, Halton Families for Families

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Deadline May 1, 2018

Do you know of a school that is a Mental Health Community Champion?

Our Community Champion Award celebrates a Halton school that has shown an outstanding commitment to engage, support and collaborate with families whose children/youth are impacted by mental illness. The Community Champion award recognizes the commitment of schools in creating an environment of well being, understanding that creates a positive environment and outcome for a children/youth.

Nominations are sought for schools that have:

New Resource--StressAssess, CCOHS

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Just in time for the fifth anniversary of the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace, the Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW) and the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) have collaborated to create StressAssess, a free online survey tool to assist workplaces in identifying and addressing psychosocial hazards that can lead to stress and mental injury.

Now Accepting Applications--Host a Best Practice Champions Workshop at Your Workplace, RNAO

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Deadline March 2, 2017

RNAO is accepting applications from health-care organizations and academic institutions to act as a host site for either a Best Practice Champions workshop or Addressing Substance Use Champions workshop between May 2018 and January 2019.

Your organization/institution can apply to host one of the following:

Best Practice Champions Workshop

Canadian Women's Heart Health Summit Travel Awards

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Deadline February 9, 2018

[Ed: Deadline updated February 3]

We are pleased to offer travel award opportunities for trainees, women with lived experience and Indigenous peoples to attend the second Canadian Women's Heart Health Summit.

Funding of eligible expenses up to $1,500 for provinces and up to $2,000 for territories will be provided.

Submission deadline is February 2, 2018.

Apply online at https://cwhhc.ottawaheart.ca/summit/awards.

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