Evidence Exchange Network (EENet), which is part of the Provincial System Support Program at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), is pleased to announce the launch of the Alcohol Policy Community of Interest. This group brings together individuals working to reduce the harms associated with alcohol and support the development of alcohol policies across Ontario.
Deadline October 23, 2017
Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) programs strive to keep regular communication with primary care providers. Most EPI programs work with clients for 2-3 years and then transfer the client back to primary care. We are seeking your feedback to learn about your communication and resource needs, so we can better support effective transitions for clients with early psychosis.
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Deadline November 6, 2017.
Are you an Indigenous youth-led group based in Ontario? Do you have a project that will connect Indigenous young people with opportunities to learn about your culture, rights,lands and languages? Apply before November 6th to the Indigenous Youth & Community Futures Fund.
Your group can apply for funding to support youth-led projects and activities that will connect yourselves, your peers, friends and Indigenous youth communities to your lands, languages, rights, laws and cultures. Projects could include:
Help Create an Asthma Friendly School Community
5 out of 20 kids have asthma in Ontario. Help create an asthma-friendly school community and support the implementation of Ryan’s Law, 2015 (Ensuring Asthma Friendly Schools) with free bilingual Ophea resources:
During the 2016–2017 fiscal year, CCSA and its partners took action; compiling objective knowledge, drawing stakeholders together and demonstrating that those living with problematic substance use and addiction can achieve their goals and a good quality of life.
The annual report provides a deeper look at how CCSA conceives and produces evidence, engages partners and stakeholders, and delivers impact for all Canadians affected by problematic substance use. Among other highlights, the annual report explores three hallmark actions from the last year:
The public health landscape continues to change. We cannot predict the next public health crisis or threat to the wellbeing of our population and our communities. However, the sector can prepare by honing the skills demonstrated by our great public health leaders. These qualities of leadership, integrity, openness and collaboration so integral to Dr. Basrur and Dr. Donald Low remain needed and are relevant today during times of crisis.
"A Montessori Day for Alice"– A person living with dementia
Montessori Teachers College Model School is pleased to announce more course dates for the Montessori Dementia Program.
Deadline December 22, 2017
Building on the success of the April 2016 Summit, this event hosted by the University of Ottawa Heart Institute's Canadian Women's Heart Health Centre and Heart & Stroke, will bring together approximately 250 national and international experts and stakeholders to further advance women's heart health. Together, we will transform and enhance Canadian women's lives through research, awareness, policy development and care.
April 5-6, 2018
Public Health Ontario’s new interactive Social Determinants of Health Map is an online tool that shows the distribution of upstream social determinants of health across the province, Local Health Integration Networks (LHIN) and public health units (PHU): http://www.publichealthontario.ca/en/DataAndAnalytics/Maps/Pages/default....
The tool allows you to customize your Map with different indicators such as income, employment and housing, and can filter the data by LHIN and/or PHU boundary.