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2002-290


This week's feature is a behind-the-scenes look at the OHPE Bulletin. Learn about our trials and tribulations in this exclusive, insider report!



If you have a resource or point of view to add, let us know by writing to [email protected]. More information on our Letters to the Editor column can be found in the OHPE News section of OHPE 268.0

(http://www.ohpe.ca/ebulletin/ViewAnnouncements.cfm?ISSUE_ID=268&startrow=1).



Next week, we're on holidays, but we will return January 3, 2003, with our annual Year in Review.



Finally, our wishes for safe and happy holidays for all of our readers.

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2002
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Kids Have Stress Too! Facilitator Training Course

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Metro Hall



Kids Have Stress Too! is offering a full-day, facilitator-training session for professionals working with children and families. For more information, or to register for this course, please visit http://www.kidshavestresstoo.org or call (416) 486-0099.



KHST! is a project of The Psychology Foundation of Canada. Our primary goal is to help children, from pre-school to age nine, learn how to manage their stress effectively.



Andrea Seers

Research Synthesis for Public Health Policy: Experience of the U.S. Guide to Community Preventive Services

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A free public presentation

3:00 p.m.

Auditorium of the National Library of Canada, 395 Wellington Street



The Canadian Population Health Initiative is pleased to invite you to a public presentation by Dr. Laurie Anderson, Nutrition Reviews Coordinating Scientist with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The topic of Dr. Anderson's presentation is Research Synthesis for Public Health Policy: Experience of the U.S. Guide to Community Preventive Services.


Now Available: Build Better Tomorrows: Working Together on the Determinants of Health, Conference Proceedings

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The Build Better Tomorrows: Working Together on the Determinants of Health conference proceedings are now available on the Prairie Region Health Promotion Research Centre website as a pdf file (there is also a link for the free Adobe Acrobat Reader program). You can access the document directly at http://www.usask.ca/healthsci/che/prhprc/bbt.pdf.



You can also access it from our home page under the "Resources" section: http://www.usask.ca/healthsci/che/prhprc/.



You can still purchase a copy from the Centre, and also access the pdf file, at http://www.usask.ca/healthsci/che/prhprc/occpap.html.



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Finding Health Promotion Information on the Internet

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Searching everywhere on the World Wide Web for that special something?



Can't find that health promotion site or organization that you are looking for?



Just in time for the holidays, try out the online tutorial just produced by the Ontario Prevention Clearinghouse (OPC) on Finding Health Promotion Information on the Internet! It is free, easy to use and lasts for ages. Check out http://www.opc.on.ca/opc_tutorial/ for direct access. You can also find it through OPC's new website and use the opportunity to order a free CD-ROM of the tutorial by going to http://www.opc.on.ca/english/our_programs/hlth_promo/resources/hlth_prom....



This resource is available in French as "Chercher pour trouver: Guide de recherche d'info-sant

Have a Peek at the Ontario Prevention Clearinghouse's New Website!

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The Board and staff at the Ontario Prevention Clearinghouse (OPC) are proud to announce our revitalized website at http://www.opc.on.ca (launched December 19, 2002). We invite you to check out our new look and logo, improved navigational tools, new features and, of course, fresh content!



Visit http://www.opc.on.ca. Make us a Favourite and bookmark the website as a place to find a unique and comprehensive combination of information and services in both official languages, addressing the processes and practices that can help you catalyze and strengthen population-based health promotion.



Looking forward to your visit on our new website,



The Board and staff at the Ontario Prevention Clearinghouse (OPC).

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