CANCER: MAKING PREVENTION THE CURE
A one-day forum on November 27th, 2014 in Toronto
Efforts in cancer prevention have come a very long way since the 1995 Report of the Ontario Task Force on the Primary Prevention of Cancer - yet there is much more to do. Join us on November 27th, 2014 to strengthen and promote evidence-based action for cancer prevention.
You are invited to register and participate in a free webinar at noon EST on September 15th. The webinar will provide an overview of constructive engagement and provide an overview of the Constructive Engagement workshop which takes place in Toronto on November 26th.
If unable to participate, you can view a recording online as this is a prerequisite to the workshop.
This is the largest and single most important annual training event for those who work with/supervise recreation, arts, health promotion, sport, and education programs and/or youth advisory committees/networks with youth ages 13-19.
Delegates from across the country are encouraged to attend. Look for special rates for CPRA/Provincial and Territorial Parks and Recreation Association Members.
The Theatre at the Canadian Museum of History (still popularly know as the Canadian Museum of Civilization), 100 Laurier Street
The Fourth Biennial Championing Public Health Nutrition conference will explore measures to reduce the human and economic toll of nutrition-related illness. The event will serve as a knowledge exchange and advocacy update on efforts to:
Osteoporosis Canada and Women’s College Hospital have collaborated on the development of an interprofessional education series, “Beyond the Break” presented via telemedicine. Targeted towards health professionals working with people living with osteoporosis, this modular series is designed to provide updates on the latest advances in recognition, diagnosis, treatment and education on osteoporosis.
Upcoming Presentations: Module 7--Stroke Effects on Bone Health
The Public Health Ontario Health Promotion Capacity Building team is proud to present this series of four workshops on November 20 and 21, 2014. These introductory-level workshops will focus on program planning, health communication, evaluation and policy development.