June 11, 2012
221 Yonge Street
There will be no OHPE Bulletin next Friday due to the Monday holiday.
In today's feature, Brian Cugleman looks to the future and the potential of behaviour change interventions that leverage new interactive technologies.
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June 11, 2012
221 Yonge Street
June 7, 2012
Connections 2012: Community Investment Solutions for a Better Ontario will unpack what people are seeing in their local communities in regards to the present systemic shifts happening within Ontario's economic and political landscape.
June 4-5, 2012
Public Health Ontario is pleased to offer the popular Skills for Health Promotion workshop for newcomers to health promotion. The workshop will be offered in partnership with Peterborough County Health Unit
Deadline June 4, 2012
In 1964 Canadian social and spiritual entrepreneur Jean Vanier had a dream to transform the lives of people with an intellectual disability by creating small communities of belonging where authentic friendship would be fused into the practice of traditional care-giving. Today there are 140 L’Arche communities in 35 countries including a growing network of 29 communities from coast to coast across Canada. Jean Vanier’s dream continues to resonate around the world.
No deadline noted
Date Posted: 2012-05-10
Employment Type: Temporary Fixed-term (0.8 – 1.0 FTE)
Hours per Week: 37.5 hours per week (1.0 FTE); Temporary 2 Year Contract with possibility of renewal
Department: Centre for Nursing – Education/SickKids International
Description of Position:
Deadline May 31, 2012
May 28, 2012
May 25-27, 2012
Building on the success of last year’s conference we will be examining strategies for using the wisdom of the world’s religious traditions for healing while living in a secular society. This will include enriching medical and nursing curriculums and in!uencing public policy.
Deadline May 25, 2012
North Bay, Ontario
Deadline May 22, 2012
Position: Community Health Promoter – OPSEU – Healthy Living Team
Hours of Work: Permanent - Full-Time – 35 Hours Per Week (1.00 FTE)
Effective: To be Determined
Location: North Bay - Main Office, Parry Sound Branch or Burk’s Falls Branch
Additional Info: Vacant Position