Join us in an exciting and dynamic forum for knowledge exchange and networking in the field of aging at CAG2014: Landscapes of Aging, the 43rd Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting of the Canadian Association on Gerontology: http://CAG2014.ca
Is your organization looking to change your community? Are you trying to bring together teams but are constantly frustrated by the outcomes and are looking for a better way? Collective Impact is a proven approach for making large-scale change possible. The first-ever Collective Impact Summit is happening this October and you are invited.
Performance measurement enables organizations to define and use specific indicators to continually measure how well services or programs are leading to the desired results. Led by Paul Favaro, this 2 day Performance Measurement workshop will provide a step-by-step approach to developing a results-based performance measurement system. The workshop will also focus on using the results for system and program improvement.
The topic for this year’s (APHEO) 2014 workshop is Core Indicators – Making It Count in Public Health. The workshop will highlight the use of APHEO’s Core Indicators in the areas of population health assessment and surveillance.
Bone Fit™ is an evidence-informed exercise training workshop, designed for healthcare professionals & exercise practitioners to provide training on the most appropriate, safe & effective methods to prescribe & progress exercise for people with osteoporosis.
Looking to learn more about exercise nutrition? Attend an OSHF seminar this September! The Ontario Society for Health and Fitness will be hosting registered dietitian and exercise physiologist Denis Collier in Ottawa and Toronto as he presents Nutrition for Fitness x 3.
Algonquin College, Ottawa
Wednesday, September 10
Humber College, Toronto
Wednesday, September 17
The Essential Skills Series consists of four, one-day foundational modules. The modules have been designed by the Canadian Evaluation Society to introduce and enhance program evaluation skills and promote the professional practice of evaluation across Canada. There will be opportunities for group exercises and discussion during the modules. Participant workbooks will be provided for each module.