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Partnering for Prevention, Mississauga Halton Central West Regional Cancer Program

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Brampton, Ontario
March 29, 2017

3:00 to 5:30 p.m. EDT
Lionhead Golf Club & Conference Centre, 8525 Mississauga Road

Join us for our Partnering for Prevention event where we will build partnerships across sectors to improve the health of individuals in our communities.

This is a great opportunity to network, share lessons learned and learn more about initiatives through the MHCW Regional Cancer Program.

Working with Schools: What Every Community Health Educator Should Know, American School Health Association

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Denver, Colorado
March 29, 2017

1:00 - 3:30 p.m.

Do you collaborate with schools as a community health educator? Have you tried but face barriers? Many public health and health care professionals are unfamiliar with how schools operate, how to access relevant school data and key performance indicators, initiating partnerships, or how to communicate with key stakeholders and partners.

Impacts of Health Literacy on Patient-Centered Care, Waterloo Wellington Self-Management Program

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Cambridge, Ontario
March 29, 2017

9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory, 2500 Kossuth Road,

Topics to be discussed:

  • What is Literacy vs. Health Literacy
    • How are they similar yet different?
  • Why does Health Literacy matter?
  • Ways to bridge the health communication gap

Who: Nancy Becker-Hallford, Waterloo Wellington Self-Management Program Lead and Mentor

Audience: Anyone working in Health Care

Registration is Free!

Emergency Planning and the Non-profit Sector, Ontario Nonprofit Network

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Online
March 28, 2017

12:00- 1:00 pm.

It’s an emergency! Is your nonprofit ready?

Forces of nature can quickly change our cities. If your city or town issued a statement emergency, shutting down electricity and water, how prepared is your organization to continue operations? Western Calgary’s 2013 major flood is one example, with the city shut down and 10% of the city evacuated. Emergency preparedness and response was not part of the nonprofit or public sector mindset, even though the sector plays a key role responding and recovering from emergencies.

Making the Business Case for Community Transportation, Ontario Community Transportation Network

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Online
March 24th, 2017

10:00-11:30 a.m.

A free, follow-up session to the In-Person Forum on March 9th.

Do you need help building the case for transportation “investment” in your municipality?

Then this session will help you…

Learn about what is being done in the USA to “make the case” for Community Transportation (CT) and how it could inform action in your municipality. A detailed framework for estimating and evaluating the economic impact of community transportation services will be provided, along with practical application.

Five Good Ideas to renew trust in democracy, Maytree Foundation

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Online and Toronto, Ontario
March 24, 2017

12:00-2:00 p.m.

In this Five Good Ideas session, Karim Bardeesy will explore the challenges our democracy is facing today, and how people who care about democracy should respond. He will outline ways in which people from different circles and stations can be brought back together to help govern themselves, between elections. And he will look at how this renewal of democratic activity, across sectors, can help institutions work better, and be more responsive to the people they serve.

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