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Focus on Harm Reduction

Sections: 

OHPE Bulletin #31.1 November 28, 1997



A. Harm Reduction And Health Promotion: Achieving Health For All

i. Defining the Approach

ii. Participatory Communication and Harm Reduction

iii. Health Promotion and Harm Reduction

B. The Street-Involved Youth Harm Reduction Project (SIYHRP)

C. Risk Taking: A Grade 8 Lesson Plan....A Work In Progress

D. Risk Communications Presentations - Synopsis

i. "High Stress, High Concern: Tools & Principles of Risk Communication"

ii. "Strategies for Effective Risk Communication on Drinking Water Risks"

Food Security

Sections: 

OHPE Bulletin #21.1 September 19, 1997



A. Breakfast Programs for Children - A Critique

B. Related Programs & Resources



1. Canadian Living Foundation Community Partners



2. Food Security Resources

a) Healthy Food, Healthy Communities

b) FoodShare

c) Food for Now & the Future

d) Building Food Security in Canada



3. Health Inequalities Discussion Paper

Health Promotion Training & Education Programs - 1997

Sections: 

OHPE Bulletin #19.1 September 5, 1997



Health Promotion Training & Education Programs



Contents:

A. Summer Schools on Health Promotion

1. The 1997 Ontario HP Summer School, Ottawa

2. The 4th Ontario HP Summer School - Francophone Cours D'été En Promotion De La Santé De L'ontario 1997 - Composante Francophone

3. The 1998 Ontario HP Summer School, Toronto

4. Prairie Region HP Summer School, Saskatoon

5. The PEI HP Summer Institute, Charlottetown

6. The UBC Institute for HP Research Summer School



B. Health Promotion Programs in Ontario Colleges & Universities

1. Brock University, Dept. of Health Studies

2. Lakehead University, Faculty of Nursing

3. University of Ottawa, Faculty of Medicine

4. University of Toronto

i) Graduate Dept. of Community Health - HP Program

ii) Faculty of Nursing

iii) School of Physical & Health Education

5. University of Waterloo, Dept. of Health Studies & Gerontology

6. Canadore College, Health Promotion Post-Diploma Distance Ed. Program



C. National Francophone Network For Health Promotion Continuing Education

Réseau Francophone Canadien De Formation Continue En Promotion De La Santé

Evaluation and Effectiveness - Centre for Health Promotion

Sections: 

OHPE Bulletin #12.1 July 18, 1997

Contents
A. Centre for Health Promotion Initiatives on Understanding the Effectiveness of Health Promotion
B. Health Promotion: What Works? What Needs to Be Changed?
C. THCU Evaluation Support Services

A. Centre for Health Promotion Initiatives on Understanding the Effectiveness of Health Promotion

The Centre for Health Promotion is coordinating four initiatives aimed at providing support and resources for researchers and practitioners interested in understanding the effectiveness of health promotion:

Using the Web to Engage Teens in Health Promotion

Sections: 

OHPE Bulletin #7.1 Jane 13, 1997



Using the Web to Engage Teens in Health Promotion:

Preliminary Findings from TeenNet



Introduction

The CyberIsle Project

Evaluation

Quantitative Results

Qualitative Results

- Makin' Cents

- Hot Talk

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