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Global Implementation Conference 2017


Toronto, Ontario
June 20-21, 2017

The biennial Global Implementation Conference (GIC) was launched in 2011 with a focus on “What is Implementation?”. GIC 2013 then moved from the “What” to the “How” of implementation with conference sessions related to the process and tools used to implement effectively in community-based settings. GIC 2015 then expanded this focus further by engaging presenters and delegates in a discussion about the impact of implementation at scale. 

9th Annual Ontario Bike Summit, Share the Road Cycling Coalition


Toronto, Ontario
April 11–12, 2017

The Ontario Bike Summit is Ontario’s premier forum for learning, sharing, and networking around cycling and making Ontario the best place in Canada to ride a bike. Come, be inspired and hear about best practices, innovative solutions and emerging opportunities.

This year’s theme is Just Add Bikes: The role of cycling in urban mobility and community building.

Five Good Ideas to renew trust in democracy, Maytree Foundation


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.

Spirometry Interpretation Workshop, Provider Education Program, The Ontario Lung Association


Mississauga, Ontario
March 21, 2017  

5:30-8:30 p.m.
Homewood Suites by Hilton, 6430 Edwards Boulevard

Learning Objectives

By the end of this presentation, the participant will be able to:

  • Clarify and state the role of spirometry as an objective measurement of lung disease
  • Review spirometry testing, terms and measurements
  • Identify the criteria for best test acceptability/repeatability
  • Gain confidence in the interpretation of spirometry through case study practice



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