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2011-694

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volume: 
2011
number: 
694
pubdate: 
20110128
published: 
eid: 
698

Evaluating Community Impact: Capturing and Making Sense of Community Outcomes, Tamarack

Sections: 

May 16-18, 2011
Kitchener, Ontario

Delta Kitchener-Waterloo

"Moving the needle" on community-wide issues requires cross-sector coordination and an engaged community. There are countless numbers of community change initiatives working on diverse issues such as early childhood development, health care, education, poverty and homelessness, immigration, workforce development, and environmental sustainability.

Canadian Association of Family Resource Programs Conference

Sections: 

Montreal, Quebec
April 26-29, 2011

Omni Mont-Royal Hotel, Montreal QC

Early learning, and a whole lot more!

The conference program has been posted: see the exciting line-up of workshops at http://www.frp.ca/program2011.

Register by February 28, 2011, to take advantage of the members' early-bird rate of $345.  Regular registration fees for members after that date: $395

Parks and Recreation Ontario’s Educational Forum and Trade Show

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Huntsville, Ontario
March 29-April 1, 2011

Deerhurst Resort

This premier training event brings together volunteers and professionals in recreation and parks, community development, health promotion, sport, education, not for profit, economic development, conservation, children and youth, and cultural sectors. Municipal and regional elected officials are encouraged to attend at the special Volunteer registration rate.

As always, the PRO Forum offers exceptional opportunities to network and expand your skills.

Expand your skills:

Women’s Health Leadership Program, OWHN

Sections: 

Alliston, Ontario
March 23-25, 2011

Nottawasaga Inn

Application Deadline: February 2, 2011

Women’s Health Leadership 101 is the first of three graduated training levels that make up the Women’s Health Leadership Program. This is an ongoing program and further upcoming retreat dates and information will be announced in the near future.

The program, funded by Echo: Improving Women's Health in Ontario, seeks to amplify women’s voices in the development of health policy, research and services.

Diabetes Level 1 Certificate Program, Ontario Pharmacists’ Association

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Toronto, Ontario
February 25-27, 2011

BMO Institute for Learning, 3550 Pharmacy Avenue

This three-day course focuses on important topics in diabetes management and is designed for Allied Healthcare professionals with a focus on the clinical practise of pharmacists. The program can help to prepare for some of the competencies expected in writing the Certified Diabetes Educator examination or participants may choose to take this certificate program to enhance their skills and knowledge in the management of diabetes.

Nurse Practitioner, Family Health Team, The Harrow Health Centre

Sections: 

Harrow, Ontario
No deadline noted

Status: Full Time
Hours: 80 hours bi-weekly

The Harrow Health Centre is a community driven and directed organization committed to the provision of primary care, health promotion and disease prevention. We are committed to work with our community in its pursuit of optimum emotional, mental, spiritual, environmental and physical well-being.

Salary Range: Attractive remuneration package, considering skills and experience, will be negotiated with the successful candidates.

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