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Call for Input--Early Psychosis Intervention Ontario Network Survey


Deadline October 23, 2017

Are you a primary care provider? Do you work with a client with early psychosis? The Early Psychosis Intervention Ontario Network (EPION) needs your feedback!

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.

Call for Presenters--Integrating Health and Learning: Roles, Relationships and Results, Ontario Healthy Schools Coalition 2018 Conference


Deadline October 16, 2017
The theme for this year’s conference will be creating conditions for healthy school learning environments. This may include but is not limited to:

  • Staff wellbeing
  • Student voice
  • Resiliency
  • Parent engagement
  • Equity

March 26 and 27, 2018
Hamilton, Ontario

National Mentorship Program, Health Promotion Canada


Looking to mentor or be mentored? Interested in learning a new skill, gaining hands-on experience in a new area, or to simply enhance your portfolio in health promotion?

Health Promotion Canada is currently working on a national mentorship program to meet the needs of both members and non-members who wish to contribute as a mentor, or to gain health promotion knowledge and / or experience as a mentee. The program aims to match interested candidates with professionals within their province, who can work together in achieving their mentorship / menteeship goals.

Call for Nominations--Health Promotion Canada 2017 Recognition Awards


Deadline September 30, 2017

The inaugural Health Promotion Canada 2017 Recognition Awards offers the opportunity to elevate health promoters at various stages in their careers, and celebrate those who are making significant contributions in the field of health promotion across Canada.

Recipients of the awards will receive a one year complimentary 2018 HPC membership (Lifetime Achievement recipients will receive a complimentary lifetime membership), and be recognized at HPC’s Annual General Meeting on December 7, 2017 and on HPC’s website.

Call for Abstracts--Rural Performing Arts Working Group Symposium 2018


[Ed: Deadline extended October 27, 2017]

Deadline November 13, 2017

With the Rural Performing Arts Working Group Symposium 2018, we are aiming once again to attract a broad spectrum of rural performing art creators, producers, presenters and animateurs from a wide mix of art forms (dance, media arts, theatre and music) with a variety of instrumentals (organizational management, audience development, inclusionary community engagement, etc.) to collaboratively consider their experience in order to improve it.

Cobalt, Ontario
May 24-27, 2018

New Resource—Knowledge Synthesis of Relevant Sphere of Action for Promoting the Mental Health of Young Adults, Institut national de santé publique du Québec


This Knowledge synthesis examines reference points underpinning actions to enhance mental health, life situations encountered during the passage to adulthood and the resources that can have a positive effect on the mental health, and the relevant spheres of action to promote mental health in young adults.

Youth Friendly Community Criteria and Application Portal


Deadline January 5, 2018

Play Works is pleased to introduce the recently updated Youth Friendly Community criteria and the new YFC application portal, which can be found at can be found at

The deadline for application is January 5, 2018.

A series of live Orientation Webinars are available to guide communities through the online application portal:

Call for Applications--2017-2019 Investment in Youth Engagement Initiative


Deadline September 22, 2017

Are you a member of a youth group that wants to make a difference in your community?

Do you feel passionate about promoting health and wellness?

Would you like to work with community partners and public health staff to make your community a safer, healthier place to live, work and play?


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