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Continuing Professional Development Opportunities

To better support PHPC members, the website has been expanded to include a comprehensive annual event calendar.

We invite you to submit your event to be included in this calendar by sending a request to phpc@cpha.ca.

Upcoming events

    • 28 Sep 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    In this panel discussion, hosted by the Centre for Vaccine Preventable Diseases, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, leading experts will discuss what influences and constraints affect whether someone will get vaccinated; how misinformation and disinformation factor into decision-making; and what can be done to help individuals make informed decisions on vaccination, within the context of COVID-19.

    Panel:

    Moderator:

    • Dr. Jeff Kwong, Interim Director, Centre for Vaccine Preventable Diseases, University of Toronto; Professor, Department of Family & Community Medicine and Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto

    Speakers:

    • Dr. Shannon MacDonald, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta; Adjunct Professor, School of Public Health, University of Alberta
    • Dr. Devon Greyson, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, University of Massachusetts Amherst
    • Dr. Holly Witteman, Associate Professor, Department of Family & Emergency Medicine, Université Laval (Laval University)

    The webinar will take place on Zoom on Monday, September 28th 2020 – You will receive a webinar link and password TWO HOURS before the event starts.


    Register Here

    • 28 Sep 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    Five Good Ideas about advocating for change with Paul Taylor

    Many of us are seeing the need to create a better world, one that is more just, equitable and sustainable. COVID-19 has caused us to ask a lot of questions about how we can build back better. It’s a moment that has the potential to be profoundly transformative. In this Five Good Ideas session, Paul Taylor, Executive Director of FoodShare Toronto, will talk about his own experience in advocating for change and present his five good ideas for you to use in your own work.

    About Paul Taylor
    Paul Taylor is the Executive Director of FoodShare Toronto, and a lifelong anti-poverty activist. Growing up materially poor in Toronto, Paul has used his experience to fuel a career focused not just on helping others, but dismantling the beliefs and systems that lead to poverty and food insecurity, including colonialism, capitalism, white supremacy, and patriarchal structures.


    Register Here

    • 29 Sep 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar
    PHO Grand Rounds

    Recognizing and Combatting Hate and Racism as a Public Health Issue


    Presented by:

    Dr. Aletha Maybank

    Tuesday, September 29, 2020
    12:00 - 1:00 p.m.


    Location
    By webinar only

    Intended Audience

    • PHO Staff
    • Public Health Units
    • Any interested public health professionals and stakeholders/partners

    About the presentation:
    Originally scheduled as a plenary session for TOPHC 2020, we are excited to welcome Dr. Aletha Maybank to PHO Grand Rounds. 

    This presentation will focus on the importance of Public Health Professionals centring and advancing equity to combat hate and racism during COVID-19 and beyond.



    About the presenter: Dr. Aletha Maybank
    (see full description online)

    Aletha Maybank, MD, MPH currently serves as the Chief Health Equity Officer and Group Vice President for the American Medical Association (AMA) where she focuses on embedding health equity across all the work of the AMA and leading the Center for Health Equity. She joined the AMA in April 2019, to launch AMA’s Center for Health Equity as their inaugural Chief Health Equity Officer.

    Dr. Maybank holds a BA from Johns Hopkins University, a MD from Temple University School of Medicine, and a MPH from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. She is a pediatrician and preventive medicine/public health physician.

    Disclaimer:
    The opinions expressed by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies or views of Public Health Ontario, nor does the mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by Public Health Ontario.

    Public Health Ontario Rounds are a self-approved group learning activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC). In order to receive written documentation for Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits, please check "Yes" beside the question "Do you require CME credits?" on the registration form.

    College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) Affiliate Members may count RCPSC credits toward their Mainpro+ credit requirements. All other CFPC members may claim up to 50 Certified credits per cycle for participation in RCPSC MOC Section 1 accredited activities. 

    PHO Rounds are also approved by the Council of Professional Experience for professional development hours (PDHs) for members of the Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors (CIPHI). 

    For more information or for a record of registration for other Continuing Education purposes, please contact 
    events@oahpp.ca


    Register Here

    • 29 Sep 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    Tuesday 29 September 2020 – 12:00-13:15 (ET)
    Across the globe, there have been extensive challenges in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. As public health officials and health care providers work to contain the spread of the virus, Canadians are asking some key questions:

    1. Where do we stand on the development of COVID-19 vaccines?
    2. Once successful vaccine candidates are identified, how will they be rolled out in Canada?
    3. How would an internationally developed vaccine get to Canada?
    4. What is Canada’s role in making a vaccine available to populations at risk around the world?

    Our panelists will provide an overview of the current epidemiology of COVID-19 and discuss these questions. Participants will be invited to pose their own questions to the panelists:

    • Bonnie Henry, Provincial Health Officer of British Columbia
    • Gary Kobinger, Director, Infectious Disease Research Centre, Université Laval, Québec
    • Marianne Stanford, Vice President, Research & Development, IMV, Inc.; Assistant Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia
    • Brian Ward, Associate Professor, McGill University, Québec; Medical Officer, Medicago Inc.

    This webinar will be held in English only.


    Register Here

    • 29 Sep 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    Description

    A toolkit was developed to support long-term care homes in conducting surveillance of infections in residents. The tools are easy-to-use, intuitive and require minimal technical expertise.  They support the entire surveillance process from daily monitoring of residents for signs and symptoms of infection through to the analysis and use of the data.  An introduction to each of the components of the toolkit will be provided. 

    A link to the Toolkit will be provided at a later date. 

    PRESENTER

    Devon Metcalf

    DEVON METCALF MSc PhD CIC obtained a MSc and a PhD from the University of Guelph.  She has been certified in infection control since 2013.  She is currently adjunct faculty in the Department of Pathobiology at the University of Guelph, the Associate Editor for the Canadian Journal of Infection Control and a Regional Infection Prevention and Control Specialist with the Central West Regional Support team at Public Health Ontario.

     

    Duration: 1 hour
    Log in information will be provided at a later date.

    THIS WEBINAR IS FOR IPAC CANADA MEMBERS and NON-MEMBERS.

    DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION: 
    Friday, 25 September, 2020


    Register Here

    • 30 Sep 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar
    Save the date for a CanPath (Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow's Health) webinar presentation by Dr. Vikki Ho on Wednesday, September 30th from 12 to 1 p.m. EDT.

    About the Webinar:
    For many cancers, much of what we know about modifiable risk factors stems from occupational epidemiology. Occupational cohorts of miners, production workers and others have functioned for decades as “canaries in the coal mine” for identifying carcinogenic agents. This webinar will provide a portrait of common occupational exposures experienced by CanPath participants derived from linkage of occupational information to the Canadian Job Exposure Matrix (CANJEM). Ongoing initiatives from Dr. Ho’s research program will be highlighted as illustrative examples. 

    About the Presenter:
    Dr. Vikki Ho is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Social and Preventive Medicine in the School of Public Health (ESPUM) at the University of Montreal and a Researcher at the affiliated Hospital Research Centre (CRCHUM). She is a cancer epidemiologist funded by the Cancer Research Society – Prevention Group in Environment-Cancer Program with expertise in investigating the role of environmental, lifestyle, occupational and individual susceptibility factors in cancer etiology. Dr. Ho holds a Chair in Sex and Gender Sciences in Cancer Research from the Institutes of Health Research.


    Join us Wednesday, September 30th from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. EDT.


    Register Here

    • 30 Sep 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar


    Webinar: Tools for organizational learning and capacity

    Sept 30, 2020 | 1:00–2:00 p.m. (ET) 

    This webinar will take place in English.

    This webinar will provide a brief overview of four NCCDH online learning resources, including their distinct audiences and functions, and engage participants in large and small group interaction.

    These tools respond to a growing need for free, virtual training on the structural and social determinants of health as they relate to public health practice and advancing health equity.

    This webinar will provide a brief overview of these three NCCDH online learning tools, including their distinct audiences and functions. Participants will learn how these tools can be integrated into organizational training processes as well as how they can support individual self-directed learning and professional development.

    Who should attend this webinar?

    • Those looking for actionable professional development tools related to health equity and Canadian public health practice. This may include:

      • Leaders choosing tools for staff;
      • Practitioners looking for their own professional development resources; and
      • Practitioners assigned a specific role to find tools for their peers/team/colleagues.
      • University course instructors
      • Public health students (e.g., MPH candidates)

      Webinar host:

      Pemma Muzumdar, Knowledge Translation Specialist, NCCDH


      Speakers:

      Claire Betker, Scientific Director, NCCDH

      Sume Ndumbe-Eyoh, Senior Knowledge Translation Specialist, NCCDH

      Dianne Oickle, Knowledge Translation Specialist, NCCDH

    Register here.


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    (outils d’apprentissage et de renforcement de la capacité organisationnelle)


    30 septembre 2020 de 13 h à 14 h (HE)



    À l’origine, le webinaire devait avoir lieu le 29 juillet 2020.

    Le webinaire (en anglais) vise à donner un aperçu de cinq ressources d’apprentissage produites et mises en ligne par le CCNDS ainsi que des auditoires et des postes ciblés pour chacune. Les participants auront l’occasion de travailler et d’échanger en grand groupe et en petites équipes :


    • 30 Sep 2020
    • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    The National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health invites you to attend the upcoming Environmental Health Seminar. Webinar instructions will be included in the confirmation email. A recording of this webinar will be posted on the NCCEH website.

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    The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted the performing arts causing major changes in how musicians and performers practice and rehearse, as well as bringing many live performances to a halt. With progressive reopening of various sectors, it is important to have an understanding of the key risks and appropriate precautions for minimizing risk. These can help with safer resumption of performing arts activities for those that work or volunteer in the sector, and for audiences attending performances.

    This presentation will review current understanding of the key risks associated with the performing arts sector, and the precautions for minimizing risks of COVID-19 transmission in various settings. This presentation will be of interest to environmental and public health professionals developing guidance and recommendations for safe resumption of performing arts activities as well as those working in the sector.

    Presenter:

    Dr. Juliette O’Keeffe joined the NCCEH team based at the BC Centre for Disease Control in 2018 as an Environmental Health Knowledge Translation Scientist working to synthesize research across a range of environmental health issues to inform practitioners and policy makers. Her previous experience includes delivering environmental and public health research for industry, government, and policy-makers in Scotland. She holds degrees in Environmental Biology, Energy and Environmental Management and a PhD in Environmental Science.


    Register Here

    • 01 Oct 2020
    • (EDT)
    • Webinar


    Webinars: PHESC On-Demand Webinar Series

    (Presented in English or French - Présenté en anglais ou en français)

    This on-demand webinar series, offered through the 2018–2020 Public Health Training for Equitable Systems Change (PHESC) project, will help you better understand the requirements of the Ontario Public Health Standards through a health equity lens. 

    Full series duration: Six ~30-minute modules (approximately 3.5 hours to complete in full)

    Format: On-demand, meaning that these webinars are pre-recorded and can be viewed at any time. 

    Location: Online

    Cost: Free

    Contact the NCCDH (nccdh@stfx.ca) for more information.

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    On-Demand Webinar 3: 

    The NCCDH will launch this on-demand webinar on modifying and orienting public health interventions and strategies.

    In line with requirement #2 of the Health Equity Standard under the Ontario Public Health Standards, and guideline 6.2 of the Ontario Health Equity Guideline, 2018, this on-demand webinar will describe various approaches used to develop equitable public health interventions.

    This content explores using an anti-oppressive practice framework for engaging in equitable interventions.

    Listeners will learn about

    • why public health interventions need to be modified to create action on health inequities;
    • how different approaches can create inequities or can contribute to improving health equity; and
    • how language needs to promote compassion, empowerment, inclusiveness and equity.

    Register here for "On-Demand Webinar 3"


    • 01 Oct 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    PHO: COVID-19 Vaccine Candidates in Development, Special Focus on mRNA and Viral Vector Platforms

    Canada has taken a portfolio approach to advance purchase of COVID-19 vaccines that are currently in development, including mRNA vaccines and viral vector-based vaccines. Here we will describe the technical basis of these technologies and discuss the data available to date. 

    By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

    • Describe the mechanism of action of mRNA and viral vector-based vaccines
    • Discuss the available evidence for the vaccines that are currently in development and may be available in Canada if proven safe and effective

     

    Presenter(s): Marina Salvadori and April Killikelly

    Marina Salvadori (MD) is a pediatric infectious diseases physician, whose main academic focus has been immunization.  She joined the Public Health Agency of Canada in February 2020 and is the Clinical Lead for COVID-19.

    April Killikelly (PhD) is a Scientific Project Coordinator with NACI Secretariat at the Public Health Agency of Canada. Prior to joining PHAC, she trained as a virologist with a specialization in vaccine development. She has a PhD in virology from New York University and a postdoctoral fellowship at the US National Institutes of Health.

    Disclaimer

    The opinions expressed by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies or views of Public Health Ontario, nor does the mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by Public Health Ontario.

    Accreditation

    Public Health Ontario Rounds are a self-approved group learning activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC). In order to receive written documentation for Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits, please check “Yes” beside the question “Do you require CME credits?” on the registration form.

    College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) Affiliate Members may count RCPSC credits toward their Mainpro+ credit requirements. All other CFPC members may claim up to 50 Certified credits per cycle for participation in RCPSC MOC Section 1 accredited activities.

    PHO Rounds are also approved by the Council of Professional Experience for professional development hours (PDHs) for members of the Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors (CIPHI).


    Register Here

    • 01 Oct 2020
    • 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    Climate Risk Institute presents: "Eco-anxiety in a Changing Climate"

    Presented by:

    Dr. Katie Hayes (Policy Analyst, Climate Change and Innovation Bureau, Health Canada)

    In this webinar, we’ll explore how climate change affects mental health. We’ll discuss the mental health outcomes from specific hazards, and the latest research on eco-anxiety and eco-grief. We’ll pay particular attention to the disproportionate risks to specific populations, including populations facing health inequities and at-risk occupational groups. We’ll also explore how to measure and monitor the mental health consequences of climate change and the role of climate change and health assessments in supporting an understanding of risks, impacts, and adaptation opportunities. This session will close with an overview of population-level interventions that support well being in a changing climate.


    Register Here

    • 05 Oct 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    Ontario Tobacco Research Unit

    The e-cigarette policy environment in Canada is developing rapidly. With support from Health Canada, and in partnership with Physicians for Smoke Free Canada’s project “Addressing Knowledge Gaps Important to Tobacco Control”, the Ontario Tobacco Research Unit (OTRU) has completed three reports to address policy options to regulate vaping in Canada.

    This webinar series will explore theory, evidence, and explore options for regulatory policies that may be important considerations in Canada. The goal is to provide an overview of the vaping context in Canada, assess the evidence for a range of policy options, and discuss the feasibility of implementation in jurisdictions across Canada. Participants will be encouraged to ask questions and provide comments.

    OTRU will award a certificate in “E-Cigarette Policy” to participants who complete all three sessions.

    Please RSVP using the following links. You must sign up for all three webinars to obtain the certificate.

    Monday September 14, 12-1pm EST: E-Cigarette Dependence and Association with Cigarette Smoking 

    Monday October 5, 12-1pm EST: Regulatory Policy for E-Cigarette Flavours 
    Monday November 2, 12-1pm EST: Regulatory Policy for E-Cigarette Marketing

    Presenters will include:

    Robert Schwartz, Ontario Tobacco Research Unit, University of Toronto 
    Daniel Eisenkraft Klein, Ontario Tobacco Research Unit 
    Emily Taylor, Ontario Tobacco Research Unit (moderator)

    Over the course of the series panelists will include:

    Heidi Rathjen, Coalition Québécoise pour le contrôle du tabac/Quebec Coalition for Tobacco Control 
    Flory Doucas, Coalition Québécoise pour le contrôle du tabac/Quebec Coalition for Tobacco Control 
    Jack Boomer, Clean Air Coalition, BC 
    Les Hagen, University of Alberta 
    Robert Strang, Chief Medical Officer of Health, Nova Scotia

    For more information:

    Contact Emily Taylor at: Emily.taylor@camh.ca


    • 06 Oct 2020
    • 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    Black Healthcare Summit

    When it comes to race-based research and data, the healthcare sector is severely lacking. The result? Persistent, systemic disparities that are putting the lives, health and well-being of Black Canadians at risk.

    Join leading Toronto health experts and advocates on October 6 for an in-depth panel discussion about why research focused on the unique needs of Black women and their health is vitally important, and to learn how Women’s College Hospital is leading the way when it comes to closing gaps in healthcare for the Black community.

    This online webinar is free of charge. Register today!


    Register Here

    • 07 Oct 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    Legionnaires’ disease is the leading cause of waterborne illness and death in the United States. It is preventable with proper design and maintenance. This seminar will discuss Vancouver Building By-law amendments aimed to help prevent the disease, with an emphasis on decorative water features, green walls, air intakes, cooling towers, rainwater harvesting systems, and other mechanical systems. It will be of benefit to architects and building design consultants, engineers and technologists.

    Speakers: Phillip White (City of Vancouver, Manager, Plumbing and Mechanical Inspections); Arne Faremo (Vancouver Coastal Health Authority, Senior Environmental Health Officer); and Christopher Radziminski (City of Vancouver, Building Policy Engineer).

    Date: October 7, 2020
    Time: 10 – 11:30 a.m.
    Location: Online (via WebEx)
    Cost: Free


    Register Here

    • 07 Oct 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    Thinking Beyond Sugar in Diabetes – Smoking cessation and cardiovascular risk reduction in patients with diabetes

    Description

    Tobacco is the leading cause of preventable death. It affects nearly every organ in the body. Tobacco use in Canada has decreased significantly from historic highs in the 1960’s but have stabilized over the last few years with 15.8% of Canadians 12 years of age and older being a daily or occasional smoker.

    Cardiovascular disease and macrovascular complications are the leading cause of death in people with type 2 diabetes. Diabetes guidelines stress the importance of complication risk reduction in patients with diabetes and to not solely focus on glycemic control.
    This presentation will focus on cardiovascular risk reduction in patients with type 2 diabetes. It will stress on the importance on smoking cessation to prevent and reduce complication risk in people with diabetes. Practical tips will be shared in how to manage people with type 2 diabetes who use tobacco. It will also review the current recommendations to reduce cardiovascular risk in this large patient population.

    Learning Objectives
    1. Review the impact of tobacco use in people with prediabetes and diabetes
    2. Ensure people with type 2 know their ABCDESSS to reduce their cardiovascular risk
    3. Determine effective methods of approaching the topic of smoking cessation in individuals who use tobacco
    4. Review the different pharmacotherapy options to improve smoking cessation rates in people with diabetes
    5. Discuss the strategies to reduce cardiovascular risk in people with type 2 diabetes

    Funding Acknowledgement
    This webinar is hosted by CPHA with support from Johnson & Johnson, a sponsor of the 2020 Tobacco and Vaping Control Forum.


    Register Here


    • 12 Oct 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    About this Event

    The podcast ensures that the tenets of Vernissage Health, a unique leadership development initiative, is available to all IHPME students. It offers an opportunity to engage diverse, established health care leaders who share their experiences and provide IHPME students and other emerging leaders with insights and wisdom gleaned from their health care leadership journey.

    We are excited to launch the podcast with a live webinar featuring two special guests: Matt Anderson, President and CEO of Ontario Health, and Camille Orridge, Senior Fellow at the Wellesley Institute.

    The webinar is free and will explore leadership concepts and how they relate to current health system issues like the pandemic, BIPOC racism and system restructuring. A Q&A will follow. Please register to participate.

    Learn more about our guests:

    Matthew Anderson, President and CEO of Ontario Health

    Matthew Anderson is an experienced health care leader, team-builder and advocate for positive change. He is widely respected across Ontario’s health care system for his intense focus on the needs and experiences of patients and caregivers. Before joining Ontario Health, Matthew was President and CEO of Lakeridge Health, one of the largest community hospital systems in the province. He spent over three years overseeing the operation of five hospitals with four emergency departments and more than 5,000 physicians and staff, working with community partners to build a regional system of care for families in the Durham Region.

    Matthew has been working in health care since 1992, and he has risen quickly through the ranks. He became Chief Information Officer of University Health Network (UHN) in 1998, and a Vice President at UHN in 2000. In 2008, he was named CEO of the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network and in 2010, became CEO of William Osler Health System.

    Camille Orridge, Senior Fellow at the Wellesley Institute

    Camille Orridge is a Senior Fellow at Wellesley Institute. Previously, while at TCLHIN, Camille made health equity an increasing priority. Some of her achievements include launching Language Services Toronto, a telephone interpretation service for non-English speaking patients of Toronto’s hospitals that markedly improved aspects of access to Toronto’s hospitals. Her efforts on the Resource Matching and Referral Program and the Integrated Client Care Project that patients receive timely care, and the right care, and receive necessary supports to remain in the community.

    Her previous posts also found her effectively advocating and working for health equity. While CEO of the Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre, she worked to better serve Toronto’s aging and diverse population through strengthening the community health sector.

    Camille is a passionate advocate for social change and health equity. Among her many achievements, she co-founded Pathways to Education, the successful stay-in-school program for high-school students.

    In 2012, Camille was among the top 25 Women of Influence in Health and previously in 2011, she was awarded the Health Equity Council Woman of Distinction Award. In 2014 she received the Excellence in Medicine Award from the African Canadian Achievement Awards.

    Camille holds a Master’s degree in Health Administration from the University of Toronto.

    If you have questions about the webinar and podcast series, please email:

    Matthew Goulbourne, MHSc graduate (2020) and student co-lead of the podcast, m.goulbourne@mail.utoronto.ca

    Sarah Sawaya, MHI student (2021) and student co-lead of the podcast, sarah.sawaya@mail.utoronto.ca


    Register Here



    • 14 Oct 2020
    • 12:00 PM (EDT)
    • 16 Oct 2020
    • 4:30 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual Conference

    Public Health 2020

    Public Health 2020 is the national conference where public health professionals, researchers, policy-makers, academics, students and trainees come together to strengthen efforts to improve health and well-being, to share the latest research and information, to promote best practices and to advocate for public health issues and policies grounded in research.

    Public Health 2020 will provide a dynamic virtual environment to facilitate knowledge sharing as thought-provoking speakers present content developed exclusively for the public health community. CPHA will embrace technology and present sessions October 14 – 16 from 12:00-16:00 (Eastern Time) daily.


    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    Having attended Public Health 2020, participants will be better prepared to:

    • Articulate the current status of public health evidence, research, policy and practice;
    • Identify public health challenges and related solutions, trends, emerging issues and gaps;
    • Utilize effective evidence-based public health programs, practices, structures and systems; and
    • Identify strategies for knowledge translation and exchange.

     

    REGISTRATION 

    Registration offers participants access to over 30 sessions and associated content, the opportunity to connect with speakers and engage with participants. Gain additional learnings with unlimited, on-demand access to the presentation gallery for one year post-conference.

    The virtual conference platform gives participants the opportunity to:

    • Discover new solutions, innovations, and partnerships to apply in your day-to-day setting.
    • Pay reduced registration rates and gain virtual access to 30 sessions including plenary, symposiums and workshops.
    • Learn in your personal work environment at your own pace.
    • Connect with speakers via online polls, audience Q&A and post-session discussion forums.
    • Earn Maintenance of Certification Program credits.
    • Gain additional learnings with unlimited, on-demand access to the presentation gallery for one year.  

    REGISTRATION OPTIONS

    Member Rates

     

    Fee

     

    Participant $225

     

    Student/Retiree $125

    Non-member Rates

     

     

     

    Participant $250

          

    Student/Retiree $150

    Pricing is per person. The sharing of registration links is not permitted.



    Visit CPHA to Register

    • 22 Oct 2020
    • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    NCCEH Presents: KALAMITea - Kombucha alcohol levels affecting mothers, infants and toddlers

    October 22nd @ 12-1PM PDT / 3-4PM EDT
    Speaker: Lorraine McIntyre


    Kombucha is a fermented tea considered to be a healthy alternative to sugary soda drinks but may contain residual alcohol from the multi-step fermentation process that converts sugar to alcohol. Alcohol (ethanol) levels in kombucha beverages from samples collected through-out BC were assessed for compliance with BC regulations (non-alcoholic beverages should contain <1% ABV). Ethanol was detected by head-space gas chromatography mass spectroscopy at the Natural Health Products laboratory at BCIT. In total, 684 samples from 53 producers were collected at 142 premises from retail, restaurant, processor, farmers’ markets and other locations. Overall, 31.5% of samples had ethanol levels that exceeded the regulations (the highest level was found in restaurant kombucha at 3.62% ABV). The final report contains recommendations for alcohol control during manufacture, refrigeration requirements and consumer label warnings.


    Register Here


    • 01 Nov 2020
    • (EDT)
    • Webinar


    Webinars: PHESC On-Demand Webinar Series

    (Presented in English or French - Présenté en anglais ou en français)

    This on-demand webinar series, offered through the 2018–2020 Public Health Training for Equitable Systems Change (PHESC) project, will help you better understand the requirements of the Ontario Public Health Standards through a health equity lens. 

    Full series duration: Six ~30-minute modules (approximately 3.5 hours to complete in full)

    Format: On-demand, meaning that these webinars are pre-recorded and can be viewed at any time. 

    Location: Online

    Cost: Free

    Contact the NCCDH (nccdh@stfx.ca) for more information.

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    On-Demand Webinar 4:

    The NCCDH will launch this on-demand webinar on multi-sectoral collaboration to decrease health inequities.

    In line with requirement #3 of the Health Equity Standard under the Ontario Public Health Standards, and guideline 6.3 of the Ontario Health Equity Guideline, 2018, this on-demand webinar will describe the importance of upstream interventions and building effective and equitable partnerships with key health and non-health sector partners.

    This content explores the meaning of transformative social change in the public health context, and engagement as a reflection of philosophy, goals and values.

    Listeners will learn about

    • the importance of upstream interventions;
    • strategies for partnership to contribute to effective local strategies that decrease health inequities;
    • key health and non-health sector partners relevant to your public health work; and
    • upstream interventions that address the social determinants of health and work to influence decision-making and policy.


    Register here for "On-Demand Webinar 4"


    • 02 Nov 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EST)
    • Webinar

    Ontario Tobacco Research Unit

    The e-cigarette policy environment in Canada is developing rapidly. With support from Health Canada, and in partnership with Physicians for Smoke Free Canada’s project “Addressing Knowledge Gaps Important to Tobacco Control”, the Ontario Tobacco Research Unit (OTRU) has completed three reports to address policy options to regulate vaping in Canada.

    This webinar series will explore theory, evidence, and explore options for regulatory policies that may be important considerations in Canada. The goal is to provide an overview of the vaping context in Canada, assess the evidence for a range of policy options, and discuss the feasibility of implementation in jurisdictions across Canada. Participants will be encouraged to ask questions and provide comments.

    OTRU will award a certificate in “E-Cigarette Policy” to participants who complete all three sessions.

    Please RSVP using the following links. You must sign up for all three webinars to obtain the certificate.

    Monday September 14, 12-1pm EST: E-Cigarette Dependence and Association with Cigarette Smoking 

    Monday October 5, 12-1pm EST: Regulatory Policy for E-Cigarette Flavours 
    Monday November 2, 12-1pm EST: Regulatory Policy for E-Cigarette Marketing

    Presenters will include:

    Robert Schwartz, Ontario Tobacco Research Unit, University of Toronto 
    Daniel Eisenkraft Klein, Ontario Tobacco Research Unit 
    Emily Taylor, Ontario Tobacco Research Unit (moderator)

    Over the course of the series panelists will include:

    Heidi Rathjen, Coalition Québécoise pour le contrôle du tabac/Quebec Coalition for Tobacco Control 
    Flory Doucas, Coalition Québécoise pour le contrôle du tabac/Quebec Coalition for Tobacco Control 
    Jack Boomer, Clean Air Coalition, BC 
    Les Hagen, University of Alberta 
    Robert Strang, Chief Medical Officer of Health, Nova Scotia

    For more information:

    Contact Emily Taylor at: Emily.taylor@camh.ca


    • 01 Dec 2020
    • (EST)
    • Webinar


    Webinars: PHESC On-Demand Webinar Series

    (Presented in English or French - Présenté en anglais ou en français)

    This on-demand webinar series, offered through the 2018–2020 Public Health Training for Equitable Systems Change (PHESC) project, will help you better understand the requirements of the Ontario Public Health Standards through a health equity lens. 

    Full series duration: Six ~30-minute modules (approximately 3.5 hours to complete in full)

    Format: On-demand, meaning that these webinars are pre-recorded and can be viewed at any time. 

    Location: Online

    Cost: Free

    Contact the NCCDH (nccdh@stfx.ca) for more information.

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    On-Demand Webinar 5: 

    The NCCDH will launch this on-demand webinar on policy development and advocacy to decrease health inequities.

    In line with requirement #4 of the Health Equity Standard under the Ontario Public Health Standards, and guideline 6.4 of the Ontario Health Equity Guideline, 2018, this on-demand webinar will explore policy development in the public health context, and the importance of advocacy as a public health role.

    This content explores the meaning of systems change in the public health context, and the importance of language in addressing the social determinants of health and health inequities.

    Listeners will learn about

    • public health’s role in leading and supporting policy development and advocacy;
    • downstream-, midstream- and upstream-level interventions;
    • the steps involved in healthy public policy development;
    • advocacy roles for public health professionals; and
    • choosing advocacy tools appropriate for effective public health practice.

    Register here for "On-Demand Webinar 5"

    • 01 Dec 2020
    • 11:00 AM (EST)
    • 03 Dec 2020
    • 4:30 PM (EST)
    • Virtual Conference

    Conference Objectives

    CIC 2020 will provide participants the opportunity to:

    • Profile new research, successful strategies and best practices to encourage future innovation and collaboration.
    • Connect stakeholders to shape the future of Canada’s vaccination research, policies and programs.
    • Examine current vaccine- and immunization-related issues from various disciplines and sectors and discuss relevant knowledge translation approaches.
    • Explore strategies to address emerging issues and potential impacts on decision-making, research, policy and practice.

    Learning Objectives

    Having attended CIC 2020, delegates are better prepared to:

    • Utilize effective evidence-based programs and best clinical practices as well as policy approaches.
    • Describe vaccine-related research and identify colleagues and partners to develop initiatives.
    • Identify vaccination-related challenges and solutions, trends, emerging issues and evidence gaps.

    The virtual conference platform gives participants the opportunity to:

    • Discover new solutions, innovations, and partnerships to apply in your day-to-day setting.
    • Pay reduced registration rates and gain virtual access to 30 sessions including plenary, symposiums, and abstract presentations.
    • Learn in your personal work environment at your own pace.
    • Connect with speakers via online polls, audience Q&A and post-session discussion forums.
    • Earn Maintenance of Certification Program credits.
    • Gain additional learnings with unlimited, on-demand access to the presentation gallery for one year.

    Pricing is per person. The sharing of registration links is not permitted.

    Participant: $250
    Student*/Retiree: $150

    *Proof of full-time student status is required.


    Register Here

    • 01 Jan 2021
    • (EST)
    • Webinar


    Webinars: PHESC On-Demand Webinar Series

    (Presented in English or French - Présenté en anglais ou en français)

    This on-demand webinar series, offered through the 2018–2020 Public Health Training for Equitable Systems Change (PHESC) project, will help you better understand the requirements of the Ontario Public Health Standards through a health equity lens. 

    Full series duration: Six ~30-minute modules (approximately 3.5 hours to complete in full)

    Format: On-demand, meaning that these webinars are pre-recorded and can be viewed at any time. 

    Location: Online

    Cost: Free

    Contact the NCCDH (nccdh@stfx.ca) for more information.

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    On-Demand Webinar 6: 

    The NCCDH will launch this on-demand webinar on the importance of advancing racial health equity.

    Recognizing the importance of using a racial equity lens in addressing all the requirements set out in the Health Equity Standard under the Ontario Public Health Standards, this on-demand webinar will describe the different forms and levels of racism, why racism is a public health issue and the public health roles for racial equity.

    This content explores the meaning of embracing a decolonial, anti-racist practice, and identifies the tools needed to begin on that journey.

    Listeners will learn about

    • institutional, systemic and individual racism and their impact on health;
    • intersectionality, anti-oppression, allyship and systems change and how these relate to anti-racist action;
    • how racial equity fits with the Ontario Public Health Foundational Standards; and
    • public health’s role in leading racial equity work.

    Register here for "On-Demand Webinar 6"

    • 15 Jan 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EST)
    • Webinar

    PHPC REP Rounds: Decriminalization of Illicit Substances


    Description

    Presented by Angie Hamilton, Executive Director, Families for Addiction Recovery and Dr. Hakique Virani, MD FRCP(C) DABAM, Medical Director, Metro City Medical Clinic


    PHPC’s Research, Education & Practice (REP) Rounds is an online, educational webinar series for PHPC members.

    The PHPC Research, Education & Practice (REP) Rounds is a self-approved group learning activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

    Series Learning Objectives:
    After this session participants will be able to:

    • Identify and discuss current and emerging public health issues from a public health physician perspective.
    • Explore the role of public health physicians in implementing innovative approaches in response to these issues.
    • Identify key resources for future reference and continued learning.


    Register Here

    • 21 Jan 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EST)
    • Webinar

    - SAVE THE DATE -

    PHPC REP Rounds: Green light? Red light? Assessing applicability and transferability to inform decisions about starting and stopping programs

    Description

    Join Dr. Susan Snelling, PhD, Senior Knowledge Translation Specialist from the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools, to learn about the Assessing Applicability and Transferability of Evidence Tool. This tool helps you to make decisions about whether interventions and public health programs will work in your context. There are two versions of the tool – one for starting a program and one for stopping a program. The tools include items to consider and questions to ask when considering starting or stopping a program.

    The tool can be accessed here, https://www.nccmt.ca/impact/publications/9.

    Learning Objectives:
    By the end of this webinar, you will:
    1. Learn about the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools’ Assessing Applicability and Transferability of Evidence Tool.
    2. Understand how to assess applicability and transferability of interventions in new settings for both starting and stopping an intervention.
    3. Explore how this tool can be used in your context.

    *Registration is restricted to PHPC Members and Residents only.

    PHPC’s Research, Education & Practice (REP) Rounds is an online, educational webinar series for PHPC members.

    The PHPC Research, Education & Practice (REP) Rounds is a self-approved group learning activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

    Series Learning Objectives:
    After this session participants will be able to:

    • Identify and discuss current and emerging public health issues from a public health physician perspective.
    • Explore the role of public health physicians in implementing innovative approaches in response to these issues.
    • Identify key resources for future reference and continued learning.


    - Registration Link TBD - 

Past events

25 Sep 2020 KTECOP: Co-creating dissemination materials with patients
24 Sep 2020 Prescribing Equity: Addressing Health Disparities for BIPOC Communities
24 Sep 2020 CANVax: Influenza in the time of COVID - Hoping for the best, planning for the worst
24 Sep 2020 IHPME: Pandemic, Stress and Burnout Among Female Health Care Workers
23 Sep 2020 Overcoming the Digital Divide: Enhancing Equity in the Health System
22 Sep 2020 PHO Grand Rounds: The 2020-21 Influenza Season - Hope for the best, plan for the worst (Repeat webinar)
22 Sep 2020 PHPC REP Rounds: Proposed Standards for Race-Based and Indigenous Identity Data Collection and Health Reporting in Canada presented by CIHI
22 Sep 2020 2020 Tobacco and Vaping Control Forum
21 Sep 2020 NCCID: Seasonal Influenza - 2020-2021 NACI and AMMI Canada Recommendations in the Context of COVID-19
21 Sep 2020 DLSPH: How does a public health crisis impact the education sector?
18 Sep 2020 OCFP: COVID-19 Community of Practice for Ontario Family Physicians
18 Sep 2020 How do we simultaneously manage the acute COVID-19 pandemic and escalating antibiotic resistance?
17 Sep 2020 CATIE: Collecting race-based data to address HIV, hepatitis C and other health inequities
15 Sep 2020 PHO Grand Rounds: The 2020-21 Influenza Season - Hope for the best, plan for the worst
14 Sep 2020 E-Cigarette Dependence and Association with Cigarette Smoking
11 Sep 2020 NCCID: COVID-19 vaccine - What can be gained through modelling (Thoughts from a non-modeller)
10 Sep 2020 CANVax: School immunization in Canada during the COVID-19 Pandemic
01 Sep 2020 NCCDH & PHESC - On-Demand Webinar 2: Assessing and reporting on health inequities
27 Aug 2020 NCCEH: When shelter in place isn’t an option during COVID-19
27 Aug 2020 NCCID: PHAC COVID-19 Mathematical Model Demo and Q&A
26 Aug 2020 NCCID: Natural history and epidemiology of COVID-19 – Evidence from China
25 Aug 2020 Measuring Immunity and Vaccine Development
21 Aug 2020 Changing the way we work: COVID-19 and considerations as we plan for the fall
19 Aug 2020 CDC: Strengthening Vaccine Confidence in Pediatric and Family Practice Offices During the COVID-19 Pandemic
13 Aug 2020 A New Option in the Fight Against HIV in Canada (Part 3)
12 Aug 2020 NCCID: An Overview of Mathematical Modelling for Pandemic Control
12 Aug 2020 CADTH: Developing a COVID-19 Vaccine
11 Aug 2020 A New Option in the Fight Against HIV in Canada (Part 2)
11 Aug 2020 PHO: Supporting Trauma- and Violence-Informed Practice Among Public Health Professionals Responding to COVID-19
06 Aug 2020 Clinical Updates from PHAC & AMMI - Infection Prevention & Control (IPAC) COVID-19 Epidemiology: the knowns and unknowns // Épidémiologie de la covid-19: les connues et les inconnues
05 Aug 2020 A New Option in the Fight Against HIV in Canada (Part 1)
01 Aug 2020 NCCDH & PHESC - On-Demand Webinar 1: Introduction to Health Equity
29 Jul 2020 Public Health Ontario: Conducting In-Action Reviews and After-Action Reviews of the public health response to COVID-19 - A European perspective
29 Jul 2020 NCCDH Webinar: Tools for organizational learning and capacity // Outils d'apprentissage organisationnel et capacité (présenté en anglais)
28 Jul 2020 NCCIH Webinar: Home remedies: Addressing domestic violence, racism, and sexism in the context of COVID-19
23 Jul 2020 The Clinical Updates from PHAC and AMMI Canada Webinar - Challenges in COVID-19 Laboratory Testing // Les défis du dépistage de la COVID-19 en laboratoire
22 Jul 2020 Faculty of Medicine COVID-19 Wellness Series: Parenting During COVID as a Health Care Professional
21 Jul 2020 1st WHO Infodemiology Conference
16 Jul 2020 Maintaining Immunizations during COVID-19 Pandemic - Why and How // Maintenir les immunisations pendant la pandémie de COVID-19 – Pourquoi et comment (présenté en anglais)
26 Apr 2020 PHPC's Virtual CPD Symposium
24 Sep 2019 PHPC Hot Topics Forum: Tuberculosis and Public Health in Canada
18 Sep 2019 REP Rounds - The Canadian Population Attributable Risk of Cancer (ComPARe) study
17 Jul 2019 NCCDH: Living health equity values within public health organizations
26 Jun 2019 L’approche écologique pour planifier et réaliser des interventions en matière de promotion de la santé
03 Apr 2019 Canadian Association for Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
07 Nov 2018 Prevention & Treatment of Seasonal Influenza - NACI & AMMI Canada Recommendations
25 Oct 2018 HPV and RRP: Why do we need to do more to prevent Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis
29 May 2018 Public Health 2018
27 May 2018 PHPC CPD Symposium
27 Mar 2018 PHPC REP Rounds: Best Public Health Practices in Implementing the Recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission
26 Feb 2018 PHPC Hot Topics Forum: Public Health Restructuring
16 Jan 2018 PHPC Hot Topics Forum: TB in Canada's North
13 Dec 2017 Exploring Careers in Public Health webinar series: A day in the life of a public health physician
05 Dec 2017 PHPC Hot Topic Forum - From Fires to Floods: Public Health Between the Extremes / Le Forum de MSPC sur les sujets d’actualités - de l'incendie aux inondations : la santé publique entre les deux extrêmes
30 Nov 2017 What do winter, bathrooms, and hearing loss have in common? / Qu'est ce que l'hiver, les salles de bain et la perte auditive ont en commun?
23 Nov 2017 Counselling Patients about HPV Test Results: Transmission, Screening/Testing, and Vaccination issues
16 Oct 2017 2017 National Review Course (Queen's University & KFL&A Public Health
05 Oct 2017 How can we further Prevent HPV Infection In Canada? (ICID)
27 Sep 2017 Northern Ontario Health Care Students' Knowledge and Attitudes Addressing Alcohol Consumption during Pregnancy and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder / Connaissances et attitudes des étudiants en soins de santé de Nord de l'Ontario à l'égard de la consommati
20 Sep 2017 Becoming Flu-ent: A Look at Influenza and Its Impact on Seniors
19 Sep 2017 Adult Immunization in Primary Care: Influenza, Meningococcal, and Food- and Waterborne Travel Illnesses Update
23 Feb 2017 Zoster Immunization in the Frail Elderly (NCCID)
13 Dec 2016 Webinar - Policy Makers' Advisors: Who Are They? And How Do They Handle Scientific Knowledge?
29 Nov 2016 Public Health Ethics: A Case in Environmental Health
27 Oct 2016 BCCDC Environmental Health Seminar Series - Climate change adaptation in public health: Over 10 years of progress in Quebec
26 Oct 2016 Inequalities cost. How can economic analysis help us find solutions?
13 Oct 2016 Pneumococcal Immunization for Older Adults
09 Apr 2016 Canadian Paediatric Society's 14th Education Program for Immunization Competencies (EPIC)
17 Mar 2016 Young people, socio-economic processes, and youth mental health promotion
09 Mar 2016 Seniors Reaching out to Seniors: An Elder Abuse Awareness and Financial Literacy Workshop Program for Older Adults
03 Mar 2016 Culture, Aging and Mental Health / La culture, le vieillissement et la santé mentale
26 Feb 2016 Cultural Safety for Indigenous Peoples: A Determinant of Health
23 Feb 2016 Communicating for change as a component of strategic communications in public health Talking about how where we live, work and play affects health
18 Feb 2016 Aboriginal Head Start in Urban and Northern Communities Program: Celebrating 20 Years of Learning and Success / Programme d`aide préscolaire aux Autochtones dans les collectivités urbaines et nordiques: Célébrons 20 and d`apprentissage et de succès
17 Feb 2016 Late Life Transitions, Mental Wellness and the Importance of Social Connections / Transitions liées à la vieillesse: la santé mentale et l`importance des liens sociaux
17 Feb 2016 Wicked Problems in Environmental Health
28 Jan 2016 The Early Years Conference 2016
27 Jan 2016 How Age-Friendly Communities Can Reduce Social Isolation / La façon dont les collectivités amies des aînés peuvent aider à réduire l'isolement social
26 Jan 2016 Housing, Health Equity and Opportunities for Public Health / Logement, équité en santé et perspectives pour la santé publique
20 Jan 2016 L'intervention policière en matière de lutte contre la maltraitance au Québec / Police Intervention to Counter Elder Abuse: Developing and Implementing a Practice Model
13 Jan 2016 International Centre for Infectious Diseases: Mind your T’s and Q’s:What do we know about today’s influenza vaccine options?
17 Dec 2015 ICID National Grand Rounds on Infectious Diseases: Topic: Influenza Vaccines for Adults Over 65: Evaluating the Evidence
10 Dec 2015 Canadian Actions to Advance Work on Health Equity and the Social Determinants of Health / Mesures canadiennes pour faire progresser le travail en matière d'équité en santé et de déterminants sociaux de la santé
09 Dec 2015 Knocking on Doors and Breaking Down Walls: Advocacy for Immigrant and Refugee Children / Cogner aux portes et abattre les murs : La défense d’intérêts pour les enfants immigrants et réfugiés
01 Dec 2015 Continuing down the path: doing the work of improving health equity and addressing the challenges of organizational change
30 Nov 2015 Monitoring trends in health inequality in Canada
26 Nov 2015 Tackling Wicked Problems in Healthy Public Policy
19 Nov 2015 Politiques publiques et problèmes vicieux : comment s'y prendre
04 Nov 2015 Improving Care and Support for Unpaid Caregivers in Ontario: Findings from a Citizen Panel
29 Oct 2015 Through Road/Main Street Interventions: Towards a More Balanced Coexistence Between Road Traffic and Life in Small Municipalities
29 Oct 2015 Primary care provider perceptions of the challenges of managing patients with mental-physical multimorbidity: a qualitative study
27 Oct 2015 ICID is pleased to launch our inaugural National Grand Rounds in Infectious Diseases on October 27, 2015 on “Flu Vaccines for Little Kids – What’s New, What’s True”.
23 Oct 2015 Anti-Aboriginal Racism in Canada: A Social Determinant of Health
21 Oct 2015 Establish a Succession Platform Which Responds to Your Regional Demographics
22 Jun 2015 2015 International Conference on Health Promotin Universities & Colleges/VII International Congress
25 May 2015 Public Health 2015 (CPHA's annual conference)
24 May 2015 PHPC Annual General Meeting 2015
24 May 2015 PHPC CPD Symposium 2015
09 Mar 2015 ODPRN Opioids Webinar
22 Oct 2014 The 4th Health and Wellbeing in Children, Youth, and Adults with Developmental Disabilities Conference: Life Transitions
24 Sep 2014 The 5th Conference on Recent Advances in the Prevention and Management of Childhood and Adolescent Obesity: Time to Focus on Strengths: Addressing Obesity in Indigenous Youth
11 Aug 2014 Upstream is a place: Linking health, ecosystems and society for public health
04 Jun 2014 Prevent More to Treat Less | Public Health and Primary Health Care Together
02 Jun 2014 National Health Leadership Conference
26 May 2014 PHPC Annual General Meeting 2014
26 May 2014 Public Health 2014 (CPHA's annual conference)
26 May 2014 PHPC CPD Symposium 2014
22 May 2014 Conflict of Interest: What can we do about it?
08 May 2014 Unpacking the Risks: Evaluating the Impact of Conflicts of Interest
28 Apr 2014 2014 International Health Data Linkage Conference
25 Apr 2014 Conflict of Interest Defined and How you can Recognize the Risks
25 Apr 2014 The 4th International Conference on Families with Parental Mental Health Challenges: Addressing the Needs of the Whole Family
09 Apr 2014 The 6th National Biennial Conference on Adolescents and Adults with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
14 Mar 2014 Fourth International Conference on Health, Wellness & Society
21 Feb 2014 Healthy Mothers and Healthy Babies: New Research and Best Practices
30 Jan 2014 The Early Years Conference 2014
26 Nov 2013 PHO Grand Rounds: Evidence, values, and ideology in public health decision-making: The debate over supervised injection facilities
25 Nov 2013 8th National Conference on Tobacco or Health
05 Nov 2013 2013 Canadian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference
04 Nov 2013 PHABC & Partners Present a Regional Conference in Partnership With PAHO
21 Oct 2013 Health Systems Strengthening: Improving Governance and Ensuring Equity
17 Oct 2013 CAG2013: Aging...from Cells to Society
24 Jul 2013 4th BRAIN DEVELOPMENT & LEARNING: MAKING SENSE OF THE SCIENCE CONFERENCE
09 Jun 2013 CPHA 2013 Annual Conference: Moving Public Health Forward: Evidence, Policy Practice
11 Apr 2013 2013 Canadian Respiratory Conference - A Breath of Fresh Air (6th Edition)
28 Feb 2013 TB: The Air We Share
10 Dec 2012 Remodeling Healthcare to Increase Innovation and Sustainability (MEDEC-CCHL)
08 Nov 2012 Book Launch - Health Inequalities: Lessons from International Experience (Ed. Dennis Raphael)
11 Jun 2012 PHPC AGM and Symposium 2012
20 Mar 2012 Towards a Tobacco-Free World: Planning Globally, Acting Locally
16 Nov 2011 Canadian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference
08 Nov 2011 HealthAchieve
19 Oct 2011 The Art and Science of Knowledge Exchange
17 Sep 2011 Integrating Public and Personal Health Care in a World on the Move
07 Aug 2011 World Congress of Epidemiology
13 Jul 2011 Harm Reduction Canada 2011
19 Jun 2011 CPHA 2011 Conference - Public Health in Canada: Innovative Partnerships for Action
18 Jun 2011 NSSCM AGM and Symposium 2011

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