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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

    • 20 Apr 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    CADTH Lecture — How to Advance Gender Equity

    Despite evidence showing that greater gender equity is better for health policy-making and patient care, gender inequity remains a problem in Canadian health care. This lecture will explore the occurrence and consequences of gender inequity in medicine and academia, present why gender equity is important, and provide strategies to promote gender equity, such as behavioural or systemic change, targeted interventions, career flexibility, increased visibility, recognition and representation, mentorship and sponsorship opportunities, and financial support.

    Speaker:

    • Dr. Larissa Shamseer, Unity Health Toronto (@LarissaShamseer)
    • Dr. Andrea Tricco, Unity Health Toronto (@ATricco)

    To participate, please register (there is no cost). After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information about how to join the webinar.


    Register Here


    • 20 Apr 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    About this Event

    Join us on April 20, 2021 from 12:00-1:30 PM ET as we hear from Canadian leaders of new models that integrate health and social care.

    Panelists include:

    • Dr. Simone Dahrouge (ARC Patient Navigator)
    • Dr. Lisa Dolovich (Health TAPESTRY)
    • Dr. Jennifer Rayner (Social Prescribing)
    • Dr. Gina Agarwal (Paramedic led interventions)
    • Laura Boodram (Income Security Health Promotion)
    • Nancy Snow/Cheryl Jeffers-Johnson (Community Health Team Navigator Program)
    • Jay Bodner (Manitoba MyHealth Team)

    Dr. Andrew Pinto, director of the Upstream Lab, will be moderating a discussion to explore what makes these interventions successful, the existing challenges, and ways to find the right model for different contexts.

    This event is supported by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).


    Register Here


    • 20 Apr 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar Series

    WEBINAR: Moderna Presents: Important Information for Healthcare Providers about COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna
    Join Moderna for a webinar to learn about COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna, which has been authorized for use under an interim order in Canada. 

    There will be a live Q&A with the presenter following the presentation.

    Please register at the link below.

     

    Présentation par la compagnie Moderna : Renseignements importants pour le professionnel de la santé sur le COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna
    Joignez-vous à Moderna afin d’assister à un webinaire éducatif sur le COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna; ce vaccin a reçu une autorisation provisoire en vertu d’un arrêté d’urgence au Canada. 

    Une période de questions en direct suivra la présentation.


    Veuillez vous inscrire via le lien ci-dessous.

     

    • 20 Apr 2021
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    The Registered Nurses Association (RNAO) in partnership with Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN), Chiefs of Ontario (COO), the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Shkaabe Makwa, the Canadian Indigenous Nurses Association (CINA), and the Ontario First Nation Young Peoples Council (OFNYPC) invite you to a webinar featuring guest speaker Joseph Pitawanakwat.

    The overall purpose of this webinar is to increase health care providers' awareness of the importance of Indigenous language, community, culture and the wise practices and teachings of Elders to support well being amongst Indigenous youth.

    Date: Tuesday April 20, 2021

    Time: 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. EST

    Register now.

    The objectives of this webinar are to facilitate knowledge exchange between Indigenous youth and health-care providers in regard to:

    • The importance of language and what language says about well being.
    • How culture helps maintain well being.
    • The vision of healthy Indigenous youth.
    • The role of the health-care provider in supporting Indigenous youth.

     


    • 20 Apr 2021
    • 4:00 PM - 4:30 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    Preventing and Reducing Homelessness during
    COVID-19: New Systematic Reviews and Guidelines 


    Dr. Kevin Pottie, Professor Family Medicine and Epidemiology and Community Medicine, Bruyère Research Institute, Institut du Savior Montfort, University of Ottawa

    How are Canada, the UK, and the US working together to reduce health inequities related to precarious housing during COVID-19? In this speaker series, Dr. Kevin Pottie will discuss his research network’s new series of publications on preventing and reducing homelessness. Join us in a discussion that will include opportunities and challenges for new practices and inclusive policy for communities, organizations, providers, and governments. 

    Join Zoom Meeting
    https://utoronto.zoom.us/j/88911193534

    Meeting ID: 889 1119 3534
    Passcode: 061598

    • 21 Apr 2021
    • 11:00 AM (EDT)
    • 22 Apr 2021
    • 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    COVID-19 and Public Health Forum 2021

    The COVID-19 and Public Health Forum will be held virtually 21-22 April 2021. The Forum is a key knowledge exchange event for public health and allied health professionals, researchers, policy-makers, academics, students and trainees committed to sharing their research, best practices and policies to prevent, reduce, and control the spread of COVID-19.

    The virtual program will deliver a scientific program featuring plenary, oral abstract and symposium sessions each day from 11:00–16:00 (EST). 

    Sign up to our conference mailing list for important conference updates.


    Social media: #PHSP21

    Forum objectives
    Program
    Registration

    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    IMPORTANT DATES 

    FORUM OBJECTIVES

    The COVID-19 and Public Health Forum will provide participants the opportunity to:

    • Articulate the current status of COVID-19 evidence, research, policy and practice;
    • Identify COVID-19 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.


    Register Here

    • 21 Apr 2021
    • 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    This webinar is organized by the Centre for Global Health (Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto) and will take place virtually so please be sure to register in advance to receive the link TWO HOURS before the event.

    ABOUT THE TALK

    Dr. Rene Loewenson, keynote speaker, will deliver a talk titled "Fundamental choices for the future of public health - what is COVID-19 exposing?" it will be followed by reflections from discussants as well as a Q&A from the audience.

    Public health is the science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life and promoting health through the organized efforts of society. So how will we judge the public health response to COVID-19? In this lecture, Dr Rene Loewenson, - a Zimbabwean epidemiologist with over 30 years of experience in research, policy, law and training from local to national and international level on equity, social determinants and social participation in public health and health systems - scrutinises the diversity of public health responses to the pandemic. In some settings, for example, people have been objects of centralised speedily imposed border closures, lockdowns and quarantines, enforced by security forces in communities and with poorly managed consequences such as rising gender violence, while in others local health and social systems have worked with civil society networks and communities to apply prevention and support measures, including for migrant workers. The gap between the extraordinary progress in vaccine technology and the extraordinary inequity in vaccination access and coverage globally points to deficits in what is understood globally and locally by “the organised efforts of society”.

    What therefore have we learned from COVID-19 to guide our future understanding of and approaches in public health? Rene will examine in the lecture the contrasting histories, trajectories and drivers of different approaches to public health that suggest that rather than a singular notion, a ‘battle for ideas’ has infused public health policy and practice within regions and globally, with different approaches dominating at particular times. She draws on the analysis to suggest opportunities and levers for taking the learning from COVID-19 to advance the features of a comprehensive public health framework needed to prevent and tackle further pandemics, a crisis of climate and environmental degradation, social inequality and other sustained threats to population health and survival from local to global level.

    KEYNOTE SPEAKER

    Dr Rene Loewenson is an epidemiologist, public health practitioner and director of Training and Research Support Centre, Zimbabwe. She has since 1980 implemented research, participatory action research, policy analysis, training and mentoring of work and has led various international research consortia on equity in health, social determinants of health and health systems, on social participation in health, on policy change in family and child health and wellbeing and on public health law and practice. She is a founder member of EQUINET and cluster lead of its Equity Watch work, co-ordinates the International Shaping health consortium working on various aspects of social participation and policy analysis in health. She has been a member/ chair of national and global bodies on health, including the national Public Health Advisory Board, and on various WHO advisory, scientific and technical committees including on Health Systems Research Strategy, on Equity analysis and Research; and on AIDS and was an advisor to WHO’s Commission on the Social Determinants of Health.

    DISCUSSANTS

    Lisa Forman is the Canada Research Chair in Human Rights and Global Health Equity and an Associate Professor at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto. She is an international human rights law scholar whose research explores how the right to health may contribute to advancing health equity, including in relation to access to medicines, universal health coverage, global health policy, pandemic responses and COVID-19. Her research has produced over 100 publications and has been supported by the CIHR, the European Commission, the World Health Organization and the Lupina Foundation. Lisa has worked with the Ugandan Centre for Health, Human Rights and Development, Care Peru, the Canadian HIV Legal Network, the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Health, the UN High-Level Panel on Access to Medicines and the UN appointed Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response. She is a member of the Global Health Law Consortium and the Ontario COVID-19 Health System Response Bioethics Table. Lisa is a dual citizen of South African and Canada, and qualified as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa, with a BA and LLB from the University of the Witwatersrand. Her graduate studies include a Masters in Human Rights Studies from Columbia University and a Doctorate in Juridical Science from the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law.

    Sharmila Mhatre joined the Open Society Public Health Program in July 2016. This global program supports work to make health a public good and inclusive of the most vulnerable populations of society. Her expertise in health systems and policy research in low- and middle-income countries is founded on over 20 years of experience leading, designing and managing multi-sectoral health programs with government, donor, and civil society collaborators in sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia, and Latin America.

    Prior to joining Open Society, Mhatre worked at Canada’s International Development Research Centre for over a decade where she headed the Governance for Equity in Health Systems program (2010-2016). The program supported leading scholars, policymakers, and civil society organizations from low- and middle-income countries to redress health inequities and improve health services, systems, and policies.

    Working as a research fellow with the Community Information and Epidemiological Technologies, a nongovernmental organization (1996-2003), Mhatre worked in the areas of primary health care, community-based information systems, and the prevention of sexual violence and HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. Prior to this position, she worked with UNICEF. Currently, she is a board member of the British Medical Journal Global Health. Mhatre holds a PhD in health services research from the University of Toronto (1994).

    MODERATED BY

    Erica Di Ruggiero is Director for the Centre for Global Health, Director of the Collaborative Specialization in Global Health, and Associate Professor, Social and Behavioural Health Sciences Division and Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health (University of Toronto). Prior to joining the university, she was the inaugural Deputy Scientific Director with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research-Institute of Population and Public Health. She led the design, implementation and evaluation of research, partnership and knowledge translation initiatives to address priorities including health equity, environments and health, global health and population health intervention research. She has served on the Management Committee for the Innovating for Maternal and Child Health Program in Africa, as Honorary Vice President, American Public Health Association and chair, Canadian Public Health Association. She has also previously held adjunct and status faculty appointments at the University of Toronto. Erica obtained her BSc in Nutritional Sciences, a Masters of Health Science (community nutrition) and a PhD in public health sciences from the University of Toronto. Her research addresses the evaluation of population health interventions (policies, programs), their health and health equity impacts, work and health policies, the assessment of global policy agenda-setting processes in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals, the evaluation of global health research capacity building, and of knowledge utilization and exchange strategies to influence public health decision-making at national and global levels.

    About The John R. Evans Lectureship in Global Health

    The John R. Evans Lectureship in Global Health was established by Dr. David Naylor, when he was The University of Toronto’s Dean of Medicine. The lectureship acknowledges the major role Dr. Evans played in the University of Toronto’s history and his global contributions to the advancement of human health and well-being.


    Register Here

    • 21 Apr 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    THE FUTURE IS NOW: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN FAMILY MEDICINE

    Join us in our six part monthly webinar series featuring family medicine leaders in Canada who will share their expertise in machine learning, natural language processing (teaching computers to understand human language), ethics, and AI research.

    This one-credit-per hour Group Learning activity has been certified by CFPC for up to one Mainpro+® credit for each webinar session.


    Title: Machine Learning for Human Resource Management & to Predict Health Service Use

    Details: Dr. Mamdani is Vice President of Data Science and Advanced Analytics at Unity Health Toronto and Director of the University of Toronto Temerty Faculty of Medicine Centre for Artificial Intelligence Education and Research in Medicine (T-CAIREM). Dr. Mamdani’s team bridges advanced analytics including machine learning with clinical and management decision making to improve patient outcomes and hospital efficiency. Dr. Mamdani is also Professor in the Department of Medicine of the Faculty of Medicine, the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, and the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation of the Dalla Lana Faculty of Public Health. He is also adjunct Senior Scientist at the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES) and a Faculty Affiliate of the Vector Institute, which is a leading institution for artificial intelligence research in Canada.

    Dr. Mamdani was also the Founding Director of the Li Ka Shing Centre for Healthcare Analytics Research and Training (LKS-CHART) of Unity Health Toronto and the Founding Director of the Applied Health Research Centre (AHRC) of the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute of Unity Health Toronto, which is Toronto’s leading academic research organization focused on the design and implementation of multicentre clinical research initiatives. In 2010, Dr. Mamdani was named among Canada’s Top 40 under 40.

    Dr. Muhammad Mamdani will discuss the role of machine learning for prediction of health service use.


    Register Here



    • 21 Apr 2021
    • 1:30 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), Thrombosis Canada, and the National Collaborating Center for Infectious Diseases (NCCID) presents a webinar to inform health care providers on the treatment and reporting of Vaccine-induced Immune Thrombotic Thrombocytopenia (VITT).

    Objectives of the webinar: 

    • To provide an overview of Vaccine-induced Immune Thrombotic Thrombocytopenia (VITT)
    • To inform health care providers on clinical guidance for treatment of VITT
    • To give health care providers information on how to report VITT

    English session: 

    Wednesday, April 21: 1:30-2pm, EDT 

    Moderator: Dr. Marina Salvadori, Public Health Agency of Canada

    Presenter: Dr. Menaka Pai

    Register: Click here

     

    French Session:

    Friday, April 23: 1:30-2pm EDT

    French Moderator: to be determined

    Presenter: Dr. Marc Carrier

    Register: Click here

     

    The webinars will be recorded and available on the NCCID website immediately following each event.

    For any registration difficulties, please contact NCCID: nccid@umanitoba.ca

    Public Health Agency of Canada COVID-19 vaccine webinars can be found at NCCID: https://nccid.ca/phac-webinars-on-covid-19-vaccines/


    • 21 Apr 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar Series

    WEBINAR: Moderna Presents: Important Information for Healthcare Providers about COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna
    Join Moderna for a webinar to learn about COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna, which has been authorized for use under an interim order in Canada. 

    There will be a live Q&A with the presenter following the presentation.

    Please register at the link below.

     

    Présentation par la compagnie Moderna : Renseignements importants pour le professionnel de la santé sur le COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna
    Joignez-vous à Moderna afin d’assister à un webinaire éducatif sur le COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna; ce vaccin a reçu une autorisation provisoire en vertu d’un arrêté d’urgence au Canada. 

    Une période de questions en direct suivra la présentation.


    Veuillez vous inscrire via le lien ci-dessous.

     

    • 21 Apr 2021
    • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    Prediction, Machine Learning and Causal Inference: What does it mean for Population Health and Data Science?

    About this Event

    Weblink will be e-mailed to registrants on the day of the event.

    Professor Tony Blakely, University of Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, will deliver a keynote discussing his latest ideas related to machine learning and causal inference building on his International Journal of Epidemiology paper, "Reflection on modern methods: when worlds collide - prediction, machine learning and causal inference"

    Introduction:

    • Michael Chaiton, Scientist, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

    Panelists:

    • Vishwali Mhasawade, Phd Candidate, Computer Science and Engineering, Chunara Lab, New York University
    • Olli Saarela, Associate Professor, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
    • Elham Dolatabadi, Assistant Professor, IHPME, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto and Staff Scientist at Vector Institute

    Moderator:

    About the Keynote Speaker

    Tony Blakely is an epidemiologist and public health medicine specialist. He is committed to answering questions about which public health interventions will achieve the greatest improvements in health and social outcomes, reduce inequalities in health, and do so cost-effectively. While principally an epidemiologist, he uses and combines methods from multiple disciplines: biostatistics, economics, econometrics, and computer and data science.

    Blakely is Director of the Population Interventions (PI) Unit within the Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health. The PI Unit includes projects using contemporary epidemiological and econometric methods applied to existing data, through to projects using simulation models to estimate the health gains and cost impacts of interventions such as tobacco tax, dietary counseling, etc. Blakely collaborates with the University of Washington Institute of Health Metrics and University of Otago to build next-generation macro-simulation models, that will intersect easily with Global Burden of Disease data to allow multi-country evaluations.

    Cutting across all of Blakely’s research is a strong focus and interest in epidemiological and quantitative research methodologies. Blakely teaches short-courses in advanced epidemiology and simulation modelling, in both Australia and New Zealand. He has co-authored a book on the history of mortality decline in New Zealand, and published approximately 300 peer reviewed journal articles.

    Event is a co-presentation of the Data Science Interdisciplinary Research Cluster at the University of Toronto's Dalla Lana School of Public Health, and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (Toronto, Canada)


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    • 22 Apr 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    A moderated panel discussion on health equity and systemic racism in healthcare.

    About this Event

    Join us in a conversation with four outstanding women, each at different stages and in different roles, to discuss their perspectives on health equity and systematic racism in healthcare.

    You will receive an email with the Zoom link 2 hours prior to the event.


    Register Here

    • 22 Apr 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 1:45 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    Maytree Five Good Ideas

    In this session, Marina Glogovac, President & CEO of CanadaHelps, will share insights on one of the hottest topics out there right now: digital transformation. With a career spanning nearly three decades in technology and media (including working in the magazine industry during the shift to the internet), she knows the challenges that come from forced disruptions. In this session, Marina will help viewers understand what digital transformation actually means, and how to think about and approach this seemingly overwhelming task.

    Marina Glogovac is President & CEO of CanadaHelps, a leader in providing fundraising and donation technology to charities and donors since 2000. Marina has been a technology and media executive for more than 25 years, including roles at Kobo, Lavalife Corp. and St. Joseph’s Media.


    Register Here

    • 22 Apr 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    About This Webinar

    Join Dr. Sarah Neil-Sztramko, Knowledge Translation Advisor, and Dr. Maureen Dobbins, Scientific Director, to learn how the NCCMT quickly pivoted to meet decision makers’ needs for high-quality synthesized evidence during the COVID-19 pandemic. The presentation will include an overview of how rigorous review methods were adapted to the ever-changing COVID-19 evidence landscape and provide time for discussion and questions from webinar participants.

    Reviews from the Rapid Evidence Service are available here: https://www.nccmt.ca/res, and a pre-print article describing methods is available here: https://www.researchsquare.com/article/rs-289581/v1.

    Learning Objectives:
    By the end of this webinar, you will:
    1. Learn about the methods for conducting rigorous rapid reviews in the face of quickly evolving evidence.
    2. Apply knowledge of the strengths and limitations of rapid reviews to decision making.
    3. Gain tools and resources to apply to rapid reviews in your own work.


    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    Language: English

    Who can attend? Everyone

    Dial-in available? (listen only): No


    Register Here

    • 23 Apr 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    The COVID-19 vaccine: Vaccination in primary care, evolving vaccine evidence, and more

    We designed our Community of Practice as a place for family physicians to come together to share and learn from each other as we navigate these uncertain times. As we approach our one-year anniversary, these gatherings have never felt more relevant.

    Our upcoming session will feature infectious disease specialist, Dr. Allison McGeer, who will be answering your questions about the COVID-19 vaccines and evolving evidence. We will also be joined by Dr. Rosemarie Lall who will discuss her experience delivering vaccines as part of the primary care pilot. Drs. David Kaplan and Liz Muggah will also be on hand to answer questions about the rollout and updated information about the role of primary care.


    Register Here

    • 23 Apr 2021
    • 1:30 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    Webinaire de l’Agence de la santé publique du Canada (ASPC) pour les fournisseurs de soins de santé

    Webinaire sur les enjeux émergents liés au vaccin contre la COVID-19 : Thrombocytopénie immunitaire thrombotique induite par le vaccin (TITIV)

     

    L’Agence de la santé publique du Canada (ASPC), Thrombose Canada et le Centre de collaboration nationale des maladies infectieuses (CCNMI) organisent un webinaire pour informer les fournisseurs de soins de santé sur le traitement de la thrombocytopénie immunitaire thrombotique induite par le vaccin (TITIV) et le signalement de cette maladie.

     

    Objectifs de ce webinaire : 

    • Donner un aperçu de la thrombocytopénie immunitaire thrombotique induite par le vaccin.
    • Informer les fournisseurs de soins de santé sur les directives cliniques pour le traitement du VITT 
    • Donner aux fournisseurs de soins de santé de l’information sur la façon de signaler les cas de TITIV.

     

    Séance en anglais : 

    Mercredi 21 avril : 13 h 30 à 14 h HAE 

    Modératrice : Dre Marina Salvadori, Agence de la santé publique du Canada

    Présentateur : Dr Menaka Pai

    S’inscrire : Cliquez ici

     

    Séance en français :

    Vendredi 23 avril : 13 h 30 à 14 h HAE

    Modérateur francophone : être déterminé

    Présentateur : Dr Marc Carrier

    S’inscrire : Cliquez ici

     

    Les webinaires seront enregistrés, puis diffusés sur le site Web du CCNMI immédiatement après chaque séance.

    Pour tout problème d’inscription, veuillez communiquer avec le CCNMI : nccid@umanitoba.ca

     

    Les précédents webinaires de l’Agence de la santé publique du Canada sur les vaccins contre la COVID-19 sont accessibles sur le CCNMI : 

    https://ccnmi.ca/les-webinaires-de-lagence-de-la-sante-publique-du-canada-sur-les-vaccins-contre-la-covid-19/


    • 26 Apr 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    Join the Centre for Vaccine Preventable Diseases for a webinar on COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness

    About this Event

    Please RSVP to receive email reminders with the livestream link, which registrants will receive TWO HOURS before the event. The webinar will be recorded.

    This panel discussion will explore the issue of COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness. It will raise awareness about the study and surveillance of vaccine effectiveness, and takes place during the World Health Organization’s World Immunization Week, Pan-American Health Organization’s Vaccination Week in the Americas, and Canada’s National Immunization Awareness Week.

    According to GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance, a partnership between the World Health Organization, UNICEF, the World Bank and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, vaccine effectiveness refers to how well a vaccine performs in the real world. Vaccine effectiveness is distinct from vaccine efficacy, which is the degree to which a vaccine prevents disease, and possible transmission, and is determined by comparing a vaccinated group with a placebo group under ideal and controlled circumstances.

    How is vaccine effectiveness studied? What is the impact of real-life vaccine effectiveness studies? What vaccine effectiveness surveillance infrastructure exists in Canada? This panel will explore various approaches to researching and surveilling vaccine effectiveness.

    This event, hosted by the Dalla Lana School of Public Health's Centre for Vaccine Preventable Diseases is an opportunity to hear from leading epidemiologists, physicians, and public health researchers and researchers, and to contribute to dialogue on this important area.

    Speakers:

    • 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
    • Dr. Nicole Basta – Associate Professor, Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, McGill University
    • Dr. Melissa Andrew – Associate Professor, Division of Geriatric Medicine , Department of Medicine , Department of Community Health and Epidemiology, Dalhousie University

    The webinar will take place on Zoom on Monday, April 26th 2021 - You will receive a webinar link and password TWO HOURS before the event.

    The webinar will be available on the Dalla Lana School of Public Health’s YouTube page after the livestream concludes.

    Share your thoughts and questions with the hashtag #VaccinesWork

    Questions? Email us at cvpd.dlsph@utoronto.ca


    Register Here

    • 27 Apr 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the health and economic inequities experienced by immigrant and newcomer communities. A lack of culturally relevant care and public health information may mean these communities confront more misinformation and more difficulty accessing services. This is compounded with other social determinants of health, such as precarious employment and housing, which disproportionately affect immigrants and newcomers and leave them at heightened risk in the COVID-19 pandemic.  

    This webinar will explore what frontline service providers in Ontario can do to continue supporting immigrants and newcomers during the pandemic. Topics of discussion will include: COVID-19 vaccination, continued healthcare and supports for social and mental health.

    Moderator: Christopher Hoy, Manager, Hepatitis C Community Health Programming

    Speakers:

    • Paula Day, Nurse Practitioner, Ottawa Newcomer Health Clinic
    • A speaker from Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services
    • Manvir Bhangu, Manager of Operations, Punjabi Community Health Services
    • Giovanni Rico, Manager, Toronto South Local Immigration Partnership

    CATIE is Canada’s source for HIV and hepatitis C information. In Ontario, CATIE has an enhanced mandate from the Ontario Ministry of Health to support immigrant and newcomer health information and education efforts.

    The Alliance for Healthier Communities is the voice of a vibrant network of community-governed primary health care organizations. Alliance members serve diverse communities across Ontario, and they are rooted in the communities they serve. They share a commitment to advancing health equity through the delivery of comprehensive primary health care.


    Register now: 

    https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7594393197925020688


    • 28 Apr 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    A diversity of voices is essential for equitable healthcare and a just pandemic response. Yet, the voices of people with lived experience have often been missing from the conversation. This includes those with disabilities, individuals with mental health or addiction issues, or people experiencing systemic oppression and exclusion, who have experienced increased risks of harm and found it harder to access needed supports from healthcare services.

    This webinar will raise the voices of people with lived experience to help those working in the sector understand key considerations to mitigate barriers to care and inform more equitable pandemic planning.

    Christina Foisy, Engagement Coordinator at the Provincial System Support Program (PSSP) at CAMH, will describe a recent report that shares the perspectives of people with lived experience about pandemic responses. Following this, there will be a panel discussion with three members of PSSP’s Persons with Lived Experience and Family Advisory Panel: Jase Watford, Lisa Frys and Sandi Bell.

    The panelists will provide insights on:

    • barriers that they have faced in accessing health services during the pandemic
    • ways that virtual care barriers have amplified existing disparities related to the social determinants of health
    • changes that might mitigate barriers and ensure virtual care meets the needs of service users.

    If you need captioning or ASL interpretation to attend this webinar, please email us at healthequity@camh.ca by Monday, April 19.


    Register Here

    • 28 Apr 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    This webinar provides an introduction to participatory evaluation planning.

    About this Event

    About the workshop:

    Nothing about us without us. This webinar focuses on participatory evaluation planning, a process for engaging right holders and stakeholders in the evaluation planning process. Including right holders and stakeholders ensures that the evaluation will be designed to meet community needs and increases the chances that the evaluation results will be used.

    This webinar provides an introduction to participatory evaluation planning.

    At the end of the webinar you should be able to:

    1. List the steps in planning an evaluation
    2. Describe the value of participatory evaluation
    3. List three activities to engage stakeholders in participatory evaluation planning, and
    4. Name three ways you can continue to enhance your evaluation knowledge and skill.

    Presenter bio: Marla Steinberg, PhD CE has been a professional evaluator and evaluation educator for over 25 years. She has conducted evaluations in a wide range of areas including early childhood development, health promotion, research capacity building, organizational development, leadership, partnerships and coalitions, health services, research impact, and knowledge transfer and exchange. Her work has examined strategies, policies and programs at the federal, provincial, and community levels. She has extensive experience in teaching and professional development that spans developing and delivering graduate level courses, in-service coaching support for health service professionals, in-person workshops, and e-learning courses. She currently serves as the volunteer director of the Canadian Evaluation Society’s e-Institute, an online professional development platform for evaluation. She brings to her work a passion for evaluation and a focus on engaging and experiential learning. She lives, works, and plays in Vancouver, British Columbia, the unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and Sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

    About the MAP Evaluation Series: The MAP Evaluation Series aims to build on our core principles – street-level solutions, policy impact, training and community partnership – to build evaluation capacity. We convene community agencies and researchers around the country interested in learning about different evaluation and developing evaluation skills.

    All sessions are facilitated by individuals with academic and applied evaluation expertise, and are available free-of-charge via Zoom.

    About MAP: Through big-picture research and street-level solutions, MAP Centre for Urban Health Solutions tackles complex urban health issues. With an evolving focus on evidence-based solutions, the need for evaluation expertise is growing. Connected to both a teaching hospital and university, MAP has a longstanding history in training. We partner with individuals in the community, community agencies and all levels of government to study scalable solutions that will have real, long-term, positive health impacts. Visit maphealth.ca, twitter @MAP_Health.

    If you'd like to learn about future MAP Evaluation Series workshops, please join our mailing list by writing to alix.freiler @ unityhealth.to.


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    • 29 Apr 2021
    • 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    This webinar series is hosted by the Ontario Housing First Regional Network Community of Interest (OHFRN‐COI) and the Housing First Europe Hub (the Hub). 

    This session will explore the 10-20% of clients who are unsuccessful in ending their homelessness through participation in a HF program. Presenters will highlight the research, challenges, programs and supports for those who have had difficulty getting stably housed through Housing First; including an innovative model of housing first that blends scattered-site and permanent supported harm reduction housing models seamlessly to meet the needs of program participants.


    Presenters:


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    • 29 Apr 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar
    The Relationship Between Mental Health and Substance Use During the Pandemic

    The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all Canadians and increased stress on many fronts. The impacts of the crisis on Canadians’ mental health are becoming increasingly clear. Furthermore, alcohol and cannabis use has also increased. In partnership with the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) and the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA), Leger has been conducting ongoing polling to monitor how the pandemic is impacting Canadians' mental health and substance use. On April 29 at 12 p.m. (noon) Eastern Time, join us for a webinar on the relationship between mental health and substance use during the pandemic. Llisa Morrow, Senior Research Director, Leger will share a short presentation about our latest survey findings. The presentation will be followed by a panel-style discussion moderated by Andrew Enns, Executive Vice-President, Leger, featuring two special guests: - Michel Rodrigue, President and CEO, Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) - Dr. Robert Gabrys, PhD, Research and Policy Analyst, Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) Following the discussion, we will hold a brief question and answer session. We hope to see you there! --- This webinar is free to attend, but you must register to participate. Not available when the webinar is scheduled? Register, and you will receive a recording of the webinar after the broadcast.


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    • 29 Apr 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    Join the CVPD and the Institute for Pandemics, DLSPH, and UNICEF Canada for a webinar on Ensuring Global Access to COVID-19 Vaccines

    About this Event

    This panel discussion will explore the issue of ensuring global access to COVID-19 vaccines. It will raise awareness about the importance of vaccines to protect people of all ages, and takes place during the World Health Organization’s World Immunization Week, Pan-American Health Organization’s Vaccination Week in the Americas, and Canada’s National Immunization Awareness Week.

    Why is global access to COVID-19 vaccines important to consider? What factors impact health system delivery response, and what is being done to ensure that COVID-19 vaccines are delivered to as many people as possible, as soon as possible? Why are equitable relationships between global actors and governments important? The panel will span from global challenges and solutions to local recommendations in its discussion of the issues.

    This event, co-hosted by the Dalla Lana School of Public Health's Centre for Vaccine Preventable DiseasesInstitute for Pandemics and UNICEF Canada, is an opportunity to hear from leading human rights advocates, public health professionals and researchers, and to contribute to dialogue on this important area.

    Moderator:

    Speakers:

    • David Morley, C.M., President and CEO of UNICEF Canada
    • Dr. Sonali Kochhar, Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Global Health, University of Washington, Seattle; Scientific Researcher, Department of Public Health, Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam and Medical Director, Global Healthcare Consulting
    • Dr. Adrienne K. Chan, Associate Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto; Associate Professor, Clinical Public Health Division, DLSPH, University of Toronto; Clinician Investigator and Infectious Diseases Physician, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

    The webinar will take place on Zoom on Thursday, April 29th 2021 - You will receive a webinar link and password TWO HOURS before the event.

    The webinar will be available on the Dalla Lana School of Public Health’s YouTube page after the livestream concludes.

    Share your thoughts and questions with the hashtag #VaccinesWork

    Questions? Email us at cvpd.dlsph@utoronto.ca


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    • 29 Apr 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    The Fourth Wave: Child and Family Health and Well-being During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    As the global recovery from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic begin, there is speculation that a “Fourth Wave” of poor mental health and well-being is emerging among children and families. The public health measures implemented to mitigate COVID-19 transmission, including the closure of schools and stay-at-home orders, have impacted children and families. It is important to understand how families were affected by these measures and discuss ways to support them moving forward. This webinar focuses on Ontario-specific data from two sources: a province-wide survey that was launched by the Offord Centre for Child Studies from May to June 2020, which focused on caregiver and family functioning during COVID-19; and community and clinical data from a Collaborative Mental Health project from Sick Kids Hospital, which focused on mental health-specific outcomes. Informed by an environmental scan of 39 home visitation programs, we then discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the public health nursing workforce and home-visiting services in the Healthy Babies, Healthy Children and Nurse-Family Partnership® Programs. Qualitative data from nurses’ experiences with visiting families during the pandemic will also be shared.    

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

    1. Summarize Ontario data on the impact of the COVID-19 public health measures on children and families’ health and well-being, with a focus on mental health
    2. Describe the effect of COVID-19 public health nursing workforce redeployment on home-visiting services in Ontario
    3. Describe how to plan for potential lockdowns and how families can be supported in the future


    Presenter(s): Andrea Gonzalez, Jennifer Crosbie, Susan Jack and Karen Campbell

    Dr. Andrea Gonzalez is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences at McMaster University. She is also a core member of the Offord Centre for Child Studies and holds a Tier II Canada Research Chair in Family Health and Preventive Interventions. Dr. Gonzalez’ research program focuses on the developmental consequences of early life adversity; the impact of traumatic experience on brain development, behavioural outcomes and health; the intergenerational transmission of risk; and developing and evaluating evidence-based preventive interventions.

    Dr. Jennifer Crosbie is a Clinical Psychologist and Health Clinician Scientist within the Department of Psychiatry at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids). Dr. Crosbie is an Associate Scientist within the SickKids Research Institute, Neuroscience and Mental Health Program, and Associate Professor at the University of Toronto. Dr. Crosbie is the recipient of the Susan J. Bradley Health Clinician Scientist Award and an O’Brien Scholar. Dr. Crosbie’s research aims to bridge the gap between bench and bedside through combining insights from behavioural and cognitive contributions to mental health at both a clinical and a population level to advance the understanding of psychopathology and to develop novel interventions. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Crosbie pivoted to explore the impact of the pandemic on the mental health of children, youth and families.

    Dr. Susan Jack is a Professor, School of Nursing and Associate Member, Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact, at McMaster University. Her program of research focuses on community-based approaches to the prevention of family violence and the development and evaluation of public health nurse home visitation interventions to promote maternal and child health outcomes. She brings methodological expertise to the conduct of applied qualitative health research and mixed methods studies. 

    Dr. Karen Campbell is a post-doctoral scholar at Western University, Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing. She completed her Master of Nursing at Ryerson University and received a PhD in Nursing from McMaster University. Dr. Campbell has over 20 years of experience as a Registered Nurse. Her clinical background is in public health nursing, with a focus on reproductive and child health. Dr. Campbell’s program of research is at the intersection of women's health and physical and social geography. She is interested in how community health nursing intervention programs can improve health and quality of life for women experiencing health inequities across diverse geographical settings, including rural communities and women with disabilities.   

     

    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.

    Accessibility

    Public Health Ontario is committed to complying with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). If you require accommodations to participate in this event, please contact 647-260-7100 or events@oahpp.ca.


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    • 29 Apr 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    Visual Tools and Processes for Engaging Intersectoral Partners on the Health Impacts of Resource Development

    Speaker: Dr. Raina Fumerton & Sally Western
    Cost: FREE

    It is becoming increasingly established that large extractive projects impact the social, economic, and cultural determinants of health for resource-based communities throughout rural Canada. In Northern British Columbia, the economic benefits of mining and pipeline construction can be accompanied by significant pressures on social infrastructure, economic instability, and increased crime rates. As Northern Health Authority and academic researchers work to address these impacts, we needed accessible tools to translate complexity to a broad audience of stakeholders: community leaders, policy-makers, regulatory bodies, and industry proponents. As a result, Northern Health is using Knowledge Translation tools to include these multivalent determinants of community health in Impact Assessment and policy discussion.

    This webinar will discuss the process that led to the creation of our Knowledge Translation tools and how they have been used to communicate the interactions of social, economic, and cultural health determinants to stakeholders in the context of BC extractive projects. We will also describe our next steps in using and refining these Knowledge Translation tools as the topic of extractive projects and impacts to health determinants continues to expand in public health dialogues.

    Dr. Raina Fumerton (Northern Health): Dr. Fumerton is a Medical Doctor and Public Health and Preventive Medicine Specialist. She has been employed as a Medical Health Officer for Northern Health since September 2014. Her interests span the broad scope of public health including health equity, the social determinants of health, communicable disease control, and better understanding the health impacts (both positive and negative) of resource development on the northern communities she serves.

    Sally Western (Northern Health): Sally is a Technical Advisor in the Office of Health and Resource Development. She also serves as the Northern Health – Environment Community Health Observatory Network (ECHO) case coordinator. With an M.A. in Arctic Mining History, her research interests include the integration of Gender-Based Analysis in Health Impact Assessment and analyzing the incorporation of health and social science findings into public policy and environmental regulation.


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    • 03 May 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    Special note: This seminar will be hosted on Zoom. Please register to receive the link and password two hours before the seminar. Please note that space is limited.

    Speaker: Dr. Deshayne Fell - Associate Professor, School of Epidemiology and Public Health, University of Ottawa; Scientist, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute; Adjunct Scientist, ICES

    Discusssant: Dr. Segun Ogundele - Postdoctoral Fellow, Dalla Lana School of Public

    Title: Immunization during pregnancy: where have we been, where are we now, where are we going?

    Speaker Bio:

    Dr. Deshayne Fell is an Associate Professor in the School of Epidemiology and Public Health at the University of Ottawa, a Scientist in the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute, and an Adjunct Scientist at ICES. She earned her BSc in Physical Therapy from U of T, and her MSc and PhD in Epidemiology from Dalhousie and McGill, respectively. Dr. Fell is a perinatal researcher who works extensively with the provincial birth registry (BORN Ontario) and with health administrative data at ICES. Since the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic, her primary research focus has been on infection and immunization during pregnancy, and she has been a member of two WHO working groups related to immunization during pregnancy.

    Discussant Bio:

    Dr. Segun Ogundele is a Postdoctoral fellow in Implementation Science at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto. He is also the recipient of the VICTOIRE postdoctoral fellowship at the Center for Vaccine-Preventable Diseases housed at the University of Toronto’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health. His research interests are in implementation science, immunization research, global health, and social determinants of health and related inequalities. Dr. Ogundele has a profound knowledge about various epidemiological studies and their application in the field of child and reproductive health. His postdoctoral work explores the implementation of global health interventions to improve access to quality healthcare services and reduce health inequity. His experience as a Program Officer with a Non-Governmental Organization implementing United States Agency for International Development and other donor projects in Nigeria makes him particularly interested in studying what, why, and how interventions work in the real world. His on-going research funded by the Implementation Science and VICTOIRE postdoctoral fellowships focuses on strategies to promote equitable immunization coverage among donors.

    About the Centre for Vaccine Preventable Diseases, DLSPH:

    With leadership housed at the University of Toronto’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health, we are developing an interdisciplinary group of academic researchers, educators and public health advocates. Our vision is to catalyze cutting-edge research and education that maximizes the health benefits of immunization for everyone.

    We aim to contribute locally and globally to healthy communities through excellence in interdisciplinary vaccine-preventable disease and immunization research and education.

    Questions? Email us at cvpd.dlsph@utoronto.ca


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    • 04 May 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar Series

    WEBINAR: Moderna Presents: Important Information for Healthcare Providers about COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna
    Join Moderna for a webinar to learn about COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna, which has been authorized for use under an interim order in Canada. 

    There will be a live Q&A with the presenter following the presentation.

    Please register at the link below.

     

    Présentation par la compagnie Moderna : Renseignements importants pour le professionnel de la santé sur le COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna
    Joignez-vous à Moderna afin d’assister à un webinaire éducatif sur le COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna; ce vaccin a reçu une autorisation provisoire en vertu d’un arrêté d’urgence au Canada. 

    Une période de questions en direct suivra la présentation.


    Veuillez vous inscrire via le lien ci-dessous.

     

    • 05 May 2021
    • 9:00 AM (EDT)
    • 07 May 2021
    • 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual Conference

    Given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the 30th Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research (CAHR 2021) will be going virtual.

    CAHR 2021 Virtual will take place May 5-7, 2021.

    CAHR is excited to announce that this meeting will be delivered on a new and exciting technological platform, to provide an interactive and user-friendly experience.

    Virtual conference participants will enjoy all the activities that make the CAHR Conference an engaging learning experience including plenary sessions; special sessions on a wide variety of topics; oral abstracts and poster viewings; and opportunities to converse and network with colleagues and friends.  The agenda and format are under development, and the CAHR website will be updated regularly as additional information becomes available.

    The CAHR Board looks forward to seeing you all virtually in the near future.

    Conference Theme

    CAHR 2021: Maintaining Our Focus

    The CAHR Conference will once again take place virtually in 2021, a decision that was made necessary due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.  Our current context also brings with it many parallels to the early days of HIV.  Not so long ago, we anxiously monitored the rise and fall of new HIV case numbers around the world and carefully watched the daily updates on the spread of what was a lethal and barely understood disease.  While the promise of a vaccine gives us hope of soon ending the COVID-19 pandemic, we have felt this hope before in the context of HIV.  The stark reality is that the HIV virus will continue to be a major health concern, long after a COVID-19 vaccine is distributed and people adapt to a new normal.  And while the attention dedicated over the last year to COVID-19 has been critical, at the same time, we must maintain our focus on the reality that thousands of new HIV infections continue to occur each year in Canada and the number of people living with the disease in Canada is rising.  That is why we will come together virtually to pay tribute to the dedication and accomplishments of Canadian HIV researchers across all disciplines and communities.

    Registration Fees

    Early Bird Conference rates are available until Monday, March 29, 2021. Regular rates apply as of Tuesday, March 30, 2021. The registration fee is determined by when payment is received and not the date on which your registration is submitted. There are no daily attendance fees for any of the categories.



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    • 05 May 2021
    • 11:00 AM (EDT)
    • 06 May 2021
    • 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual Conference

    The End of Poverty gathering will bring together government, business, community and lived/living experience leaders from across Canada to celebrate our successes and co-generate solutions. The event will facilitate learning and dialogue across sectors, harness the distinctive synergies of today's poverty reduction movement, and take our collective understanding of community innovation in poverty reduction to the next level. 

    The event will take place over two days, convening at 11:00 a.m. ET on Wednesday May 5th, and closing at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday May 6thJoin us to hear from inspiring speakers and panelists and to participate in a range interactive workshops designed to help you advance the End of Poverty narrative in your own community.

    Participants will also be invited to register for daily pre- and post-event small group conversations that will create space for learners to network and dialogue with other attendees, engage in small group discussions, and work through specific questions and issues.


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    • 05 May 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar Series

    WEBINAR: Moderna Presents: Important Information for Healthcare Providers about COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna
    Join Moderna for a webinar to learn about COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna, which has been authorized for use under an interim order in Canada. 

    There will be a live Q&A with the presenter following the presentation.

    Please register at the link below.

     

    Présentation par la compagnie Moderna : Renseignements importants pour le professionnel de la santé sur le COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna
    Joignez-vous à Moderna afin d’assister à un webinaire éducatif sur le COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna; ce vaccin a reçu une autorisation provisoire en vertu d’un arrêté d’urgence au Canada. 

    Une période de questions en direct suivra la présentation.


    Veuillez vous inscrire via le lien ci-dessous.

     

    • 09 May 2021
    • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual
    Register

    PHPC's 2021 CPD Symposium - Save-the-Date!

    Date: May 9, 2021
    Time: 11:00-15:00 ET / 08:00-12:00 PT
    Location: Virtual

    This year's symposium will include the PHPC Annual General Meeting, COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 related sessions. 

    View schedule

    If you are interested in presenting during the next virtual CPD Symposium, please email phpc@cpha.ca for more information. 

    • 10 May 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    Join the CVPD for a seminar with Dr. Ann Burchell on Vaccination among people living with and at risk for HIV

    About this Event

    Special note: This seminar will be hosted on Zoom. Please register to receive the link and password two hours before the seminar. Please note that space is limited.

    Speaker: Dr. Ann Burchell, Canada Research Chair in Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention; Associate Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto; Scientist, St. Michael's Hospital, Unity Health Toronto

    Discussant: Dr. Maria Sundaram, Postdoctoral Fellow, ICES

    Title: Vaccination among people living with and at risk for HIV

    Speaker Bio:

    Dr. Burchell is a Canada Research Chair in Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention, an Associate Professor with the Department of Family and Community Medicine and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, and a Scientist at St. Michael's Hospital, Unity Health Toronto. She uses epidemiological data to improve prevention and health care services for STIs and minimize the complications of STI-associated diseases, including HIV, human papillomavirus (HPV), syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia. Her research in vaccination to date has predominantly focused on HPV vaccination among people living with HIV and gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men. Most recently, she received a CIHR grant to also study uptake of and effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines among people living with HIV.

    Discussant Bio:

    Dr. Maria Sundaram is an infectious disease epidemiologist who has been studying respiratory virus epidemiology and influenza vaccines since 2011. She has published 34 peer-reviewed research articles on topics including influenza, RSV, and HPV, and is a current weekly expert contributor for BBC World Service Radio on COVID-19. When she is not doing research, she likes to play the piano, cook, and train capoeira.

    About the Centre for Vaccine Preventable Diseases, DLSPH:

    With leadership housed at the University of Toronto’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health, we are developing an interdisciplinary group of academic researchers, educators and public health advocates. Our vision is to catalyze cutting-edge research and education that maximizes the health benefits of immunization for everyone.

    We aim to contribute locally and globally to healthy communities through excellence in interdisciplinary vaccine-preventable disease and immunization research and education.

    Questions? Email us at cvpd.dlsph@utoronto.ca


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    • 18 May 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual Series

    The Health Summit is the CMA’s premiere event, bringing together the medical community, thought leaders and patients with lived experience to discuss, to debate and create a framework to build better health systems, and better health for all. The 2021 Health Summit will be held virtually as a series of three sessions in May, June and August under the theme Reframing health: the time is now.

    The CMA’s 154th Annual General Meeting and General Council Elections will be held virtually on Sunday, Aug. 22, 3-6 pm ET. Open to all members, the AGM is a forum to hear from the Board of Directors on its stewardship of the CMA, to consider association business and to see the President installed. General Council delegates also ratify elected positions with the CMA. The meeting agenda and other documents will open in mid-May and meeting documents will be posted as they become available.

    Stay tuned for more details and be sure to save these dates:

    • Tuesday, May 18, 2021, 18:00 to 20:30 ET – Health Summit session 1
    • Thursday, June 17, 2021, 18:00 to 20:30 ET – Health Summit session 2
    • Sunday, August 22, 2021 – Health Summit session 3, 12:00 to 14:30 ET, followed by the AGM and GC elections, 15:00 to 18:00 ET

    Le Sommet sur la santé est le principal événement de l’AMC, rassemblant la communauté médicale, des leaders d’opinion et des patients ayant une expérience vécue afin de discuter, de débattre et de créer un cadre pour bâtir de meilleurs systèmes de santé et offrir de meilleurs soins pour tous. Le Sommet sur la santé de 2021 aura lieu virtuellement en trois séances, en mai, juin et août, sous le thème « L’heure est venue de repenser la santé ».

    La 154e Assemblée générale annuelle et les élections du Conseil général de l’AMC se tiendront virtuellement le dimanche 22 août, de 15 h à 18 h  (HE). Ouverte à tous les membres, l’AGA est un forum permettant d’entendre le Conseil d’administration parler de sa gestion de l’AMC, d’étudier les affaires de l’Association et d’assister à l’installation du nouveau président ou de la nouvelle présidente. De plus, les délégués au Conseil général ratifient les postes électifs à l’AMC. L’ordre du jour et d’autres documents seront fournis à la mi-mai et les documents de la réunion seront affichés en ligne dès qu’ils seront disponibles.

    Restez à l’affût pour d’autres détails et assurez-vous de noter ces dates :

    • Mardi 18 mai 2021, de 18 h à 20 h 30 (HE) – Sommet sur la santé, séance 1
    • Jeudi 17 juin 2021, de 18 h à 20 h 30 (HE) – Sommet sur la santé, séance 2
    • Dimanche 22 août 2021 – de midi à 14 h 30 (HE), Sommet sur la santé, séance 3, suivie de l’AGA et des élections du CG, de 15 h à 18 h (HE) 

     Les inscriptions au Sommet sur la santé commenceront au début avril, et celles à l’AGA et aux élections du CG dès la mi-mai.



    Registration for the Health Summit Series will open in early April, and in mid-May for the AGM and GC Elections.


    • 31 May 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar

    Join the Centre for Vaccine Preventable Diseases for a seminar with Clarke Bhandari Cole on Global Vaccine Market Shaping

    About this Event

    Special note: This seminar will be hosted on Zoom. Please register to receive the link and password two hours before the seminar. Please note that space is limited.

    Speaker: Clarke Bhandari Cole - Research Fellow, WHO Collaborating Centre for Governance, Accountability, and Transparency in the Pharmaceutical Sector at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy; Senior Associate, Global Vaccines Markets team, Clinton Health Access Initiative

    Title: Global Vaccine Market Shaping

    Bio:

    Clarke Bhandari Cole is a Research Fellow at the WHO Collaborating Centre for Governance, Accountability, and Transparency in the Pharmaceutical Sector at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, and a Senior Associate on the Global Vaccines Markets team at Clinton Health Access Initiative. Clarke is currently seconded to the COVAX Facility where she has been involved in design and operationalization of the Facility, and more recently focuses on communications to economies participating in COVAX. At CHAI, she works to improve access to vaccines in low- and middle-income countries, with a focus on Indian-supplied vaccines and improving access to vaccines in middle income countries that have historically received limited donor funding. She also leads the team’s work to promote healthy markets for pneumococcal and rabies vaccines. She previously worked at the Access to Medicine Foundation, and has conducted global health research for organizations including LSE Health, the Global Strategy Lab at York University and the Centre for Ethical, Social and Cultural Risk at St. Michael's Hospital. Clarke holds a Bachelor of Health Sciences (Hons.) from McMaster University with a specialization in global health and a MSc in International Health Policy from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

    About the Centre for Vaccine Preventable Diseases, DLSPH:

    With leadership housed at the University of Toronto’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health, we are developing an interdisciplinary group of academic researchers, educators and public health advocates. Our vision is to catalyze cutting-edge research and education that maximizes the health benefits of immunization for everyone.

    We aim to contribute locally and globally to healthy communities through excellence in interdisciplinary vaccine-preventable disease and immunization research and education.

    Questions? Email us at cvpd.dlsph@utoronto.ca


    Register Here

    • 16 Jun 2021
    • 9:00 AM (EDT)
    • 17 Jun 2021
    • 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual Conference

    Alliance for Healthier Communities: Power in Community

    For the first time ever, the Alliance for Healthier Communities will host our comprehensive primary health care conference online. Join us on June 16-17, 2021, for Power in Community.

    COVID-19 has amplified and exacerbated existing health inequities. We know that bouncing back to the old “normal” is not an option for Indigenous people, Black and racialized populations, people living on low incomes, isolated seniors in rural areas and other marginalized communities. We need systemic solutions to help us move forward to a healthier, more equitable and more sustainable future.

    Coming at a strategic moment in Ontario’s transforming health system, this inclusive, action-oriented conference will challenge attendees to reimagine what a healthy recovery should look like and how we can redesign a health system that works for everyone. Together we will delve into the roots of structural and systemic inequities and explore promising strategies to advance community-led and equity-focused primary health care.

    Learning Sessions

    In addition to four thought-provoking plenaries, the conference will feature a wide range of health equity-focused presentations and workshops. They range from governance in the Ontario Health Teams landscape, to virtual health care innovation, to prioritizing racial equity through partnerships, and from adapting interventions for homeless populations during the pandemic, to rural mobile outreach, cyber-security, innovations in 2SLGBTQ+ care, climate change, social prescriptions and much more.

    Register now

    Early bird rates are available for members and non-members. Unlike in previous years, of course, there are no travel or hotel commitments – so we’re hoping to make this one of our biggest gatherings ever. 

    This conference is an excellent opportunity to share knowledge and tools, build relationships, tap into new networks and open dialogue with a wide range of primary health care staff, board members, health system leaders, community partners, researchers, planners and policy makers.


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    • 17 Jun 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual Series

    The Health Summit is the CMA’s premiere event, bringing together the medical community, thought leaders and patients with lived experience to discuss, to debate and create a framework to build better health systems, and better health for all. The 2021 Health Summit will be held virtually as a series of three sessions in May, June and August under the theme Reframing health: the time is now.

    The CMA’s 154th Annual General Meeting and General Council Elections will be held virtually on Sunday, Aug. 22, 3-6 pm ET. Open to all members, the AGM is a forum to hear from the Board of Directors on its stewardship of the CMA, to consider association business and to see the President installed. General Council delegates also ratify elected positions with the CMA. The meeting agenda and other documents will open in mid-May and meeting documents will be posted as they become available.

    Stay tuned for more details and be sure to save these dates:

    • Tuesday, May 18, 2021, 18:00 to 20:30 ET – Health Summit session 1
    • Thursday, June 17, 2021, 18:00 to 20:30 ET – Health Summit session 2
    • Sunday, August 22, 2021 – Health Summit session 3, 12:00 to 14:30 ET, followed by the AGM and GC elections, 15:00 to 18:00 ET

    Le Sommet sur la santé est le principal événement de l’AMC, rassemblant la communauté médicale, des leaders d’opinion et des patients ayant une expérience vécue afin de discuter, de débattre et de créer un cadre pour bâtir de meilleurs systèmes de santé et offrir de meilleurs soins pour tous. Le Sommet sur la santé de 2021 aura lieu virtuellement en trois séances, en mai, juin et août, sous le thème « L’heure est venue de repenser la santé ».

    La 154e Assemblée générale annuelle et les élections du Conseil général de l’AMC se tiendront virtuellement le dimanche 22 août, de 15 h à 18 h  (HE). Ouverte à tous les membres, l’AGA est un forum permettant d’entendre le Conseil d’administration parler de sa gestion de l’AMC, d’étudier les affaires de l’Association et d’assister à l’installation du nouveau président ou de la nouvelle présidente. De plus, les délégués au Conseil général ratifient les postes électifs à l’AMC. L’ordre du jour et d’autres documents seront fournis à la mi-mai et les documents de la réunion seront affichés en ligne dès qu’ils seront disponibles.

    Restez à l’affût pour d’autres détails et assurez-vous de noter ces dates :

    • Mardi 18 mai 2021, de 18 h à 20 h 30 (HE) – Sommet sur la santé, séance 1
    • Jeudi 17 juin 2021, de 18 h à 20 h 30 (HE) – Sommet sur la santé, séance 2
    • Dimanche 22 août 2021 – de midi à 14 h 30 (HE), Sommet sur la santé, séance 3, suivie de l’AGA et des élections du CG, de 15 h à 18 h (HE) 

     Les inscriptions au Sommet sur la santé commenceront au début avril, et celles à l’AGA et aux élections du CG dès la mi-mai.



    Registration for the Health Summit Series will open in early April, and in mid-May for the AGM and GC Elections.


    • 22 Aug 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual Series

    The Health Summit is the CMA’s premiere event, bringing together the medical community, thought leaders and patients with lived experience to discuss, to debate and create a framework to build better health systems, and better health for all. The 2021 Health Summit will be held virtually as a series of three sessions in May, June and August under the theme Reframing health: the time is now.

    The CMA’s 154th Annual General Meeting and General Council Elections will be held virtually on Sunday, Aug. 22, 3-6 pm ET. Open to all members, the AGM is a forum to hear from the Board of Directors on its stewardship of the CMA, to consider association business and to see the President installed. General Council delegates also ratify elected positions with the CMA. The meeting agenda and other documents will open in mid-May and meeting documents will be posted as they become available.

    Stay tuned for more details and be sure to save these dates:

    • Tuesday, May 18, 2021, 18:00 to 20:30 ET – Health Summit session 1
    • Thursday, June 17, 2021, 18:00 to 20:30 ET – Health Summit session 2
    • Sunday, August 22, 2021 – Health Summit session 3, 12:00 to 14:30 ET, followed by the AGM and GC elections, 15:00 to 18:00 ET

    Le Sommet sur la santé est le principal événement de l’AMC, rassemblant la communauté médicale, des leaders d’opinion et des patients ayant une expérience vécue afin de discuter, de débattre et de créer un cadre pour bâtir de meilleurs systèmes de santé et offrir de meilleurs soins pour tous. Le Sommet sur la santé de 2021 aura lieu virtuellement en trois séances, en mai, juin et août, sous le thème « L’heure est venue de repenser la santé ».

    La 154e Assemblée générale annuelle et les élections du Conseil général de l’AMC se tiendront virtuellement le dimanche 22 août, de 15 h à 18 h  (HE). Ouverte à tous les membres, l’AGA est un forum permettant d’entendre le Conseil d’administration parler de sa gestion de l’AMC, d’étudier les affaires de l’Association et d’assister à l’installation du nouveau président ou de la nouvelle présidente. De plus, les délégués au Conseil général ratifient les postes électifs à l’AMC. L’ordre du jour et d’autres documents seront fournis à la mi-mai et les documents de la réunion seront affichés en ligne dès qu’ils seront disponibles.

    Restez à l’affût pour d’autres détails et assurez-vous de noter ces dates :

    • Mardi 18 mai 2021, de 18 h à 20 h 30 (HE) – Sommet sur la santé, séance 1
    • Jeudi 17 juin 2021, de 18 h à 20 h 30 (HE) – Sommet sur la santé, séance 2
    • Dimanche 22 août 2021 – de midi à 14 h 30 (HE), Sommet sur la santé, séance 3, suivie de l’AGA et des élections du CG, de 15 h à 18 h (HE) 

     Les inscriptions au Sommet sur la santé commenceront au début avril, et celles à l’AGA et aux élections du CG dès la mi-mai.



    Registration for the Health Summit Series will open in early April, and in mid-May for the AGM and GC Elections.


    • 16 Sep 2021
    • 9:00 AM (EDT)
    • 18 Sep 2021
    • 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • Conference

    The North American Refugee Health Conference is coming up on September 16-18, 2021 and I was hoping you could add the event to your organization's listings. Please find the information below:

    The North American Refugee Health Conference (NARHC) is the largest interdisciplinary conference in the world. Its primary purpose is to promote the health of refugee populations during the continuum of their flight, migration, and resettlement by assembling multidisciplinary experts in research, education, advocacy, and clinical practice.

    This year's conference will be held from September 16-18, 2021 and is now offered completely online.

     

    The call for abstracts closes on April 6, 2021. Submissions will be considered for workshops, oral or poster presentations.

     

    Website: https://www.northamericanrefugeehealth.com/

    Abstract submission link: https://www.abstractscorecard.com/cfp/submit/login.asp?EventKey=VFNLVDXC


Past events

15 Apr 2021 NCCID: One Infection, Four Continents & Eight Countries - the psychosocial implications of the COVID-19 pandemic
15 Apr 2021 Having influence: How can public health talk to politicians?
15 Apr 2021 Youth vaping: What health care providers need to know about a rapidly evolving trend
14 Apr 2021 CPHA: Safer Supply Would Work Well if... Findings from a Concept Mapping Study
14 Apr 2021 Ontario NEIHR Webinar Series with Dr. Jeffrey Ansloos
14 Apr 2021 Inequities Laid Bare: Responding to Challenges of COVID-19 and Beyond
13 Apr 2021 CanCOVID: School Closures, Youth Development & Parental Work: Evidence from Canada
13 Apr 2021 PHO Rounds: Preconception health, pregnancy outcomes and care experiences among women with disabilities in Ontario
09 Apr 2021 Association Between Early Life Exposure to Phthalates and Organophosphate Esters and the Development of Childhood Asthma and Wheeze
09 Apr 2021 The COVID-19 Vaccine: Building vaccine confidence in the Black community, evolving guidance, and more
08 Apr 2021 CanCOVID: A Discussion on the COVID-19 Vaccines in Canada
08 Apr 2021 Healthy Built Environments in Canada Webinar Series
07 Apr 2021 Examining Tensions in Public Health Ethics: Reflections from COVID-19
07 Apr 2021 Présentation par la compagnie Moderna : Renseignements importants pour le professionnel de la santé sur le COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna
07 Apr 2021 Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow's Health: CanPath Portal Overview
07 Apr 2021 NCCDH: From risk to resilience Conversation 5 - Equity in pandemic planning, response and recovery (in English, with French interpretation)
06 Apr 2021 Translating Anti-Racism Knowledge from Theory to Public Health Practice
06 Apr 2021 Moderna Presents: Important Information for Healthcare Providers about COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna
01 Apr 2021 Environmental factors associated with freshwater recreational water quality in Toronto and Niagara Region, Ontario
31 Mar 2021 Upstream Lab: Natural Language Processing & its Role in Primary Care
30 Mar 2021 CanCOVID: Systemic Risk Management - COVID Post-Mortems & Preparing for a Future Pandemic
30 Mar 2021 NCCDH: Movement-building for system change and health equity
30 Mar 2021 Preserving COVID-19 Experiences: An RSC Webinar
30 Mar 2021 PHO Rounds: COVID-19 - Variants of Concern
30 Mar 2021 Vaccination: Moving Forward with Confidence
29 Mar 2021 Climate Risk Institute: Progress towards a Climate Resilient Built Environment
29 Mar 2021 Guardians of Public Value: How Public Organizations Survive and Thrive
26 Mar 2021 Cancer risk communication in the news coverage of suspected cancer clusters
26 Mar 2021 KT Connects - Decolonizing Research: Collecting Two-Spirit Data in Culturally Affirming Ways
26 Mar 2021 OCFP: The COVID-19 Vaccine - Lessons from vaccine pilots, evolving guidance, and more
25 Mar 2021 Maytree Policy School: Five Good Ideas for racial justice change-making
25 Mar 2021 COVID-19 Vaccines Webinar: Recommendations of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) on the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine (in French)
24 Mar 2021 Global Context and Climate Change: Implications For Global Health in The 21st Century
24 Mar 2021 Healthy Canadians and Communities Fund – Webinar Information Session (in French)
24 Mar 2021 CADTH Webinar: Tuberculosis - International and Canadian perspectives on the “other” global pandemic
24 Mar 2021 Community-based research by, with, and for women living with HIV
24 Mar 2021 NCCDH: From risk to resilience Conversation 4 - Equity in pandemic planning, response and recovery (in English, with French interpretation)
24 Mar 2021 Centre for Global Health: Shaping Canada's Global Health Future
24 Mar 2021 Children's Healthcare Canada: Improving Vaccine Rates through Supportive Discussions and Effective Practices to Reduce Pain and Fear
23 Mar 2021 CanCOVID: Harnessing the Potential of Primary Care and Addressing Problems Exacerbated by COVID-19
23 Mar 2021 COVID-19 Vaccines Webinar: Recommendations of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) on the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine (in English)
23 Mar 2021 Healthy Canadians and Communities Fund – Webinar Information Session (in English)
23 Mar 2021 Wise Practices for COVID Vaccinators
23 Mar 2021 COVID and Tobacco Use: One Year Later
22 Mar 2021 Reimagining Aging and Restoring Trust in the Wake of COVID-19
22 Mar 2021 Reducing Substance Use Stigma: The Role of First Responders
22 Mar 2021 CVPD: Tackling Paediatric Infections in Low-Resource Settings
22 Mar 2021 Covid-19 Vaccination in Urban and Remote Indigenous Communities
22 Mar 2021 National Alcohol Forum Webinar Series: Implications of COVID-19 Webinar 3: Delivering Community-based Supports for Alcohol Use Disorder During COVID-19
22 Mar 2021 LEPH Virtual Conference 2021: Law Enforcement & Public Health
18 Mar 2021 NAO Lecture Series: Ruth Waitzberg
17 Mar 2021 OMATalks: Planning for the Next Pandemic
17 Mar 2021 CanWaCH: Understanding Gender Equality Through Mixed Methods
16 Mar 2021 Eliminating Systemic Racism and Discrimination in Healthcare: Identifying Barriers, Generating Sustainable Solutions
16 Mar 2021 CanCOVID: The Impact of Sex and Gender on COVID-19
16 Mar 2021 Relax, Dammit! Dealing with Misinformation in the Age of Anxiety
16 Mar 2021 Reducing barriers to accessing virtual mental health care for recent refugees and other newcomers
16 Mar 2021 CPHA: Barriers to Legal Cannabis Access - the Emergence of Community Based Cannabis Distribution Programs in Vancouver, Canada
12 Mar 2021 PHAC: Vaccins contre la COVID-19 – les réactions tardives au site d’injection (y compris le « bras COVID-19 »)
12 Mar 2021 BC Climate and Health Network: Mental Health & Our Changing Climate
12 Mar 2021 WBIIH: Integrating Somatic-Based Therapies and the Partners for Change Outcome Management System (PCOMS) into Clinical Practice
12 Mar 2021 Frontlined and Sidelined: What’s next for women and the economy?
12 Mar 2021 CCHE Seminar Series: The economics and politics of national pharmacare
12 Mar 2021 OCFP: COVID-19 Community of Practice - Newly approved vaccine, public health collaboration, and more
11 Mar 2021 Choosing Wisely in Canada and the US: An International Talk on Similarities, Differences, and Challenges
11 Mar 2021 Leadership During Crisis: Observations From the COVID-19 Pandemic
11 Mar 2021 PHAC: COVID-19 Vaccines Emerging issues Webinar - Delayed Injection Site Reactions (including COVID-19 Arm)
11 Mar 2021 CPHA: Having a Voice and Saving Lives - A qualitative survey on employment impacts of people with lived experience of drug use working in harm reduction
11 Mar 2021 Book Launch - Global Health: Ethical Challenges
11 Mar 2021 CanCOVID & PHAC: The Long-COVID National Cohort Study
11 Mar 2021 Workplace Health Without Borders Webinar with Dr. Jukka Takala
10 Mar 2021 PHO Learning Exchange: COVID-19 Vaccine Uptake and Equity Considerations
10 Mar 2021 NCCDH: From risk to resilience Conversation 3 - Equity in pandemic planning, response and recovery (in English, with French interpretation)
10 Mar 2021 Pegasus Institute: Climate Change, Health and the Recovery from COVID-19
10 Mar 2021 EPI-WIN: COVID-19 Vaccine Update
09 Mar 2021 CanCOVID: The Canadian Policy Response to COVID-19 - What’s in it for Health Equity?
09 Mar 2021 PHO Rounds: Indoor Air Quality and COVID-19
08 Mar 2021 CVPD: The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Routine Childhood Immunizations
08 Mar 2021 What's Online Community-Based Research Going to Look Like in the Future?
08 Mar 2021 CADTH COVID-19 Webinar – Women’s Issues in Pandemic Times: How COVID-19 Has Exacerbated Gender Inequities for Women in Canada and Around the World
08 Mar 2021 CIHR: Impacts of COVID-19 on Women’s Mental Health and Substance Use
05 Mar 2021 CCHE Seminar Series: Tracking Canadian Drug Shortages and Their Impact on Public Insurance Plans
05 Mar 2021 OCFP: Managing our own mental health and substance use during the pandemic
04 Mar 2021 Epidemic Preparedness through Vaccine Innovations with CIHR & CEPI / Préparation aux épidémies grâce aux innovations vaccinales avec les IRSC et le CEPI
04 Mar 2021 NCCDH: Let’s Talk - Whiteness and health equity
04 Mar 2021 PHAC: Planification des cliniques de vaccination contre la COVID-19
04 Mar 2021 OntarioHealth: COVID@Home Monitoring for Primary Care Providers
03 Mar 2021 CAMH: Assessing and reducing health disparities in virtual care
03 Mar 2021 Rebuilding First Nations Governance Series (Part 1): A dream of our people for going on eight generations
03 Mar 2021 Air Quality and the COVID-19 Pandemic
03 Mar 2021 Children's Healthcare Canada: Health System responses to the pandemic
02 Mar 2021 CanCOVID: Guiding our Public Health Response: Real-Time Integration of Diagnostics and Genomics
02 Mar 2021 Global Public Health and Migration: People, Borders, and Health Systems
01 Mar 2021 PHAC: COVID-19 Vaccines Planning for Immunization Clinics (English version)
01 Mar 2021 Ottawa Black Mental Health Coalition: Black Mental Health Week 2021
27 Feb 2021 2021 BPAO Annual Health Symposium
26 Feb 2021 AFTHO: Learnings from primary care - Vaccine roll-out across Ontario
26 Feb 2021 PHAC: Fondements sur les vaccins contre la COVID-19
26 Feb 2021 Engaging knowledge users in basic science — tips, tricks and lessons learned
26 Feb 2021 DLSPH: Virtual Symposium on Population Health’s Past, Present, and Future (Part 4)
25 Feb 2021 NCCMT: The Tool for Assessing the Effects of Local Intersectoral Action (in English)
25 Feb 2021 How to create a gender responsive pandemic plan: Addressing the secondary effects of COVID-19
24 Feb 2021 NCCEH: Scoping Population Health in Impact Assessment (ScopHIA)
24 Feb 2021 CPHA: Involuntary stabilization care of youth who overdose - More harm than good
24 Feb 2021 NCCMT: The Tool for Assessing the Effects of Local Intersectoral Action (in French)
24 Feb 2021 Health in a Changing Climate
24 Feb 2021 Black Experiences in Healthcare in Canada: the Legacy
24 Feb 2021 Upstream Lab: Machine Learning Applied to Primary Care EMR Data for Classification
24 Feb 2021 NCCDH: From risk to resilience Conversation 2 - Embedding equity in pandemic-planning, response and recovery (in English, with French interpretation)
24 Feb 2021 1st Annual Fit Cities Fit Towns Canada Conference
23 Feb 2021 CanCOVID: Critical Gaps in Health Workforce Data Infrastructure
23 Feb 2021 PHAC: COVID-19 Vaccine Foundational Webinar (in English)
23 Feb 2021 The value of hospital clinical data: current applications and future opportunities through data linkages
23 Feb 2021 Fragmentation in the future of work: Exploring the impact of the changing nature of work on vulnerable workers
22 Feb 2021 WBIIH: Philosophies of Indigenous practices with Indigenous peoples in the field of mental health
22 Feb 2021 Vaccinations and the Black Community
22 Feb 2021 CVPD: Understanding and Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy
19 Feb 2021 DLSPH: Virtual Symposium on Population Health’s Past, Present, and Future (Part 3)
19 Feb 2021 COVID-19 Vaccination and Child Health
19 Feb 2021 OCFP: Long COVID and lessons from the UK
18 Feb 2021 An Introduction to Service Design for Community-Based Health Innovation
17 Feb 2021 NCCEH: Psychosocial Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic
17 Feb 2021 IC/ES Winter Forum: Data and Analytics in Critical Times
16 Feb 2021 CanCOVID: The Fragility of Canada’s Healthcare Supply Chain
13 Feb 2021 The Historical and Contemporary Issues of Trustworthiness vis a vis Vaccines and Medical Science that give Black People Cause for Concern
12 Feb 2021 PHO Rounds: Cancer Prevention in Canada – What do we know and what can we do
12 Feb 2021 DLSPH: Virtual Symposium on Population Health’s Past, Present, and Future (Part 2)
11 Feb 2021 NCCMT: Promoting Early Childhood Development and Wellbeing with the Early Years Check-In and Play & Learn
11 Feb 2021 Centre for Global Health: Implementation Research to Achieve Health-Related SDGs
11 Feb 2021 PHO Rounds: COVID–19 Mass Immunization Drive-Through: A Pilot
11 Feb 2021 Munk School: Can transparency and accountability improve national essential medicines lists?
10 Feb 2021 The Sixties Scoop: 40 Years of Activism and Lessons Learned
10 Feb 2021 PHAC Webinar for HCPs - Allergies following COVID-19 vaccination, and LDV Syringes discussion // ASPC webinaire pour les fournisseurs de soins de santé
10 Feb 2021 Women's College Hospital: Lessons from the Long Fix - Future Applications in Healthcare
10 Feb 2021 Building Back Better: Sustainable Health Systems after COVID-19
10 Feb 2021 CCSA: COVID-19 and Alcohol Policy
10 Feb 2021 NCCDH: From risk to resilience Conversation 1 - Report from the CPHO of Canada (in English, with French interpretation)
09 Feb 2021 CanCOVID: SARS-CoV-2 Variants - Clinical, Vaccine and Public Health Implications
09 Feb 2021 OntarioHealth: Recognizing and Managing Anxiety Disorders in Primary Care during the COVID-19 Pandemic
08 Feb 2021 CVPD: COVID-19 Vaccine Safety Surveillance in Canada
05 Feb 2021 DLSPH: Virtual Symposium on Population Health’s Past, Present, and Future (Part 1)
05 Feb 2021 OCFP: The COVID-19 vaccine - New vaccines, building vaccine confidence, and more
04 Feb 2021 Bioethics & Racial Disparities in Healthcare: Student Perspectives
04 Feb 2021 The evolution of HIV treatment: Then and now
03 Feb 2021 NCCIH: Innovative public health messaging on COVID-19 and Indigenous peoples
02 Feb 2021 CanCOVID Speaker Series: The Infodemic - Impact on Pandemic Response and COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance
02 Feb 2021 PHO Rounds: Understanding Male-to-Female Sexual Harassment and Aggression in Public Drinking Settings
02 Feb 2021 CCSA: The Effects of COVID-19 on Alcohol Sales, Consumption and Harms
29 Jan 2021 KT Connects: Moving from stakeholders to partners in knowledge translation and exchange
29 Jan 2021 NCCID: COVID-19 Testing Technologies
29 Jan 2021 The health equity impacts of a changing climate part 2: Communicating and change-making
28 Jan 2021 NCCHPP: An Introduction to Public Health Ethics (in French)
28 Jan 2021 CanCOVID: What has been the work of the Canadian COVID-19 Task Forces?
27 Jan 2021 MD Financial: The physician's retirement plan
27 Jan 2021 NCCEH: Psychosocial Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic - A frame of reference from lessons learned through disasters in Canada
27 Jan 2021 Big Tech, Data science, AI, and the University: What's at stake for BlackLife?
27 Jan 2021 NCCHPP: An Introduction to Public Health Ethics (in English)
27 Jan 2021 NCCIH: Data collection on COVID-19 cases in First Nations, Inuit and Métis populations and communities
27 Jan 2021 Research Spotlight: How 3 trainees are using CanPath data and biosamples
27 Jan 2021 Building your toolbox for more equitable healthcare: Guidance on health equity training
27 Jan 2021 The Future is Now: Artificial Intelligence in Family Medicine Webinar #2
27 Jan 2021 CADTH: Designing Research to Inform Decision-Making Using Value of Information Analyses
27 Jan 2021 OCFP: Family Medicine Summit
26 Jan 2021 WBIIH: Healing Medicine - (Re) Discovering Ceremony at the End of Life
26 Jan 2021 CanCOVID: Chief Scientist's Youth Council - COVID-19 Research Initiatives
26 Jan 2021 PHO Rounds: International Border Surveillance Study
26 Jan 2021 OPHA: COVID-19 Pandemic - Different Countries, Different Approaches
26 Jan 2021 Health in All Policies in times of COVID-19: Wellbeing economics and social protection
21 Jan 2021 The health equity impacts of a changing climate part 1: From assessment to action
21 Jan 2021 PHPC: Green Light? Red Light? Assessing applicability and transferability to inform decisions about starting and stopping programs
20 Jan 2021 CPHA: Gender-informed virtual interventions addressing substance use and intimate partner violence
20 Jan 2021 NCCIH: Indigenous governance and self-determination in planning and responding to COVID-19
20 Jan 2021 CADTH: Delving into the Literature - What Does the Evidence Really Say?
20 Jan 2021 The impact of COVID-19 on mental health in two vulnerable groups: Caregivers of people with autism, and children and youth with eating disorders
19 Jan 2021 CanCOVID: CIHI’s COVID-19 Intervention Scan & Timeline with Applications for Modelling
19 Jan 2021 CPHA: Exploring Gaps in Youth Suicide Prevention Research
19 Jan 2021 PHO Rounds: Improving Our Community Environments for Health
18 Jan 2021 CVPD: Seminar with Dr. Allison McGeer
15 Jan 2021 COVID-​19 Panel Discussion: A Vaccine Recovery
15 Jan 2021 PHPC REP Rounds: Decriminalization of Illicit Substances
14 Jan 2021 Choosing Wisely Talks: Media and Medicine in the COVID-19 Era
14 Jan 2021 Using epidemiological modelling to embrace and explore uncertainty during the COVID-19 pandemic
14 Jan 2021 Balsillie School of International Affairs: Gender, COVID-19 and Health Workforce
13 Jan 2021 How Did Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) Impact Palliative Care?
13 Jan 2021 NCCIH: Indigenous governance and self-determination in planning and responding to COVID-19
13 Jan 2021 Mental health and substance use in children, youth and families during COVID-19: Findings from two CIHR-funded Knowledge Syntheses
12 Jan 2021 Misinformation critic Timothy Caulfield presents webinar open to public
12 Jan 2021 CanCOVID: United Nations Research Roadmap for the COVID-19 Recovery - Leveraging the Power of Science for a More Equitable, Resilient and Sustainable Future
12 Jan 2021 Spirit Injuries: Indigenous Perspectives of Mental Health
12 Jan 2021 Health Care for All? Confronting Health Inequalities by Building Democracy
12 Jan 2021 NCCIH & NCCID: Vaccine hesitancy & First Nations, Inuit and Métis populations in COVID-19
12 Jan 2021 The Next Big COVID Challenge: Promoting Vaccine Uptake
11 Jan 2021 Anatomy of a Pandemic: Our children’s burden – Safety, education and isolation during COVID-19
11 Jan 2021 CVPD: Addressing vaccine misinformation on social media beyond clinical settings
08 Jan 2021 COVID-19 Community of Practice for Ontario Family Physicians
05 Jan 2021 CanCOVID: COVID19 Recommendations Map & Gateway to Contextualization
01 Jan 2021 NCCDH & PHESC - On-Demand Webinar 6: Racial Health Equity (Embracing a decolonial, anti-racist practice)
30 Dec 2020 NCCID: Recommendations of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) on the use of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine
29 Dec 2020 Moderna Presents: Helpful Information for Healthcare Providers about investigational Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine (in English)
18 Dec 2020 NCCID & PHAC: Recommendations of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) on the use of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine (English)
17 Dec 2020 NCCEH Webinar: Surface Cleaning and Disinfection in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic
17 Dec 2020 PHO Rounds: The Inequitable Risk of Exposure to COVID-19 at Work - The Occupational Exposure to COVID-19 Risk Tool
16 Dec 2020 NCCID & PHAC: Recommendations of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) on the use of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine (French)
16 Dec 2020 Healthy Social Environments: Social connectivity in neighbourhoods
16 Dec 2020 NCCID: One Infection, Eight Countries - The psychosocial implication of the Covid-19 pandemic
15 Dec 2020 CanCOVID: The COVID-19 Pandemic and the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election
15 Dec 2020 PHAC: COVID-19 Vaccine Foundations for Health Care Providers (in French)
14 Dec 2020 PHAC: COVID-19 Vaccine Foundations for Health Care Providers (in English)
14 Dec 2020 COVID-19 Vaccine Trials: Ethical issues associated with early efficacy data
11 Dec 2020 OCFP: COVID-19 Community of Practice for Ontario Family Physicians
10 Dec 2020 Humanitarian Response in a Post-COVID-19 World: What Will it Look Like?
10 Dec 2020 CPHA: The value of unfunded vaccines and the challenge in implementation
10 Dec 2020 Digital Health Behaviour Change & How to Study It: A Systems Engineering Approach
09 Dec 2020 Ending Homelessness for People Living in Encampments in Canada
09 Dec 2020 The Future is Now: Artificial Intelligence in Family Medicine
09 Dec 2020 CPHA: The Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow’s Health
08 Dec 2020 COVID-19 in Immigrants and Refugees in Ontario: Data Analytics to Support the Public Health Response
08 Dec 2020 PHO Rounds: Mostly Worse, Occasionally Better - The First Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Mental Health of Children and Adolescents in Ontario
08 Dec 2020 WBIIH: Traditional Building Structures & Land-Based Education
07 Dec 2020 Routine Immunization Catch-up in Canada during COVID-19
03 Dec 2020 Misinformation in a time of COVID - How to recognize it; and how to address it with patients and colleagues (Session in English and French)
03 Dec 2020 CPHA: Sexual health education in Canada - Insights from youth across the country
03 Dec 2020 CADTH COVID-19 Webinar – Community-Based Aerosol Transmission Of COVID-19 and HVAC Systems
03 Dec 2020 Indigenous Health Conference: Building Our Future
02 Dec 2020 COVID-19 Vaccine Ethics: Creating a Climate of Trust
02 Dec 2020 The Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Mental Health and Substance Use of Youth
02 Dec 2020 Environmental health approaches to COVID-19
02 Dec 2020 CATIE: The Ontario overdose crisis and the impact of COVID-19
01 Dec 2020 CanCOVID: Long COVID - The Patient Experience
01 Dec 2020 CPHA: Canadian Immunization Conference 2020
01 Dec 2020 Mental Health for All Webinar Series: Mental Health Research Funding
01 Dec 2020 NCCDH & PHESC - On-Demand Webinar 5: Policy development and advocacy to improve health equity
30 Nov 2020 Implications of COVID-19 on Public Health and Substance Use
25 Nov 2020 The Sound of Silence: Bioethics and Race in Canada
25 Nov 2020 WBIIH Speaker Series: Indigenous Registered Dietitian Kelly Gordon
25 Nov 2020 NCCHPP: Wellbeing Budgeting and Public Health - Promising Practice for Pandemic Recovery?
25 Nov 2020 NCCMT: Evidence-Informed Decision Making in the Era of COVID-19
25 Nov 2020 Climate and COVID-19: Global carbon lock-in or green recoveries?
25 Nov 2020 HEIA: Increasing older adults' access to care
24 Nov 2020 DLSPH Institute for Pandemics: Race, Racism, and COVID-19
24 Nov 2020 PHO Rounds: Is Antibody Out There? Understanding COVID-19 Seroprevalence in Ontario
24 Nov 2020 Duration of Antibiotic Therapy: How long is enough, balancing risk versus benefit
24 Nov 2020 Nordic countries and COVID-19 health systems responses
20 Nov 2020 Accountability and Transparency in Opioid Access and Use in COVID-19
20 Nov 2020 CIHR: Strategic Planning Engagement Session with CIHR’s Institute of Health Services and Policy Research – Atlantic Provinces
19 Nov 2020 Urban Indigenous mental health during the Covid-19 Pandemic: Where research, practice, and respectful relationships meet
18 Nov 2020 NCCDH: Measuring what counts in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic - Equity indicators for public health
18 Nov 2020 Choosing Wisely Canada: Implementation Research Webinar Series
17 Nov 2020 CanCOVID Speaker Series: World After COVID - Behavioural and Social Science Forecasting Collaborative
17 Nov 2020 CPHA: Sexual health and wellness for learners with developmental disabilities
17 Nov 2020 PHO: Using Antibiotics Wisely in the COVID-19 Era
17 Nov 2020 The health workforce and COVID-19: Protecting health workers while maintaining surge capacity
16 Nov 2020 Test-Negative Design for COVID-19 Epidemiology
13 Nov 2020 UBC SPPH OEH: Measuring SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater to supplement COVID surveillance in BC communities
13 Nov 2020 OCFP: COVID-19 Community of Practice for Ontario Family Physicians
12 Nov 2020 CPHA webinar series: Reducing stigma related to STBBIs, sexuality and substance use
12 Nov 2020 LSHTM: COVID-19 and the role of emotions in global health
11 Nov 2020 Ethical Issues in Cancer Care Raised During the COVID-19 Pandemic
10 Nov 2020 CanCOVID: Can Immunity Passports Work? Science, Technology, and Policy Considerations
10 Nov 2020 NCCEH: Strategies for COVID-19 outbreak containment in a personal service setting - The KFL&A experience
10 Nov 2020 Corruption Risks Related to a COVID-19 Vaccine: Why Transparency and Accountability Matter
10 Nov 2020 PHO Grand Rounds: COVID-19 and Substance Use – Highlighting New Data and the Perspectives of People with Lived Experience
10 Nov 2020 Health in All Policies in times of COVID-19: What role for the health sector moving forward?
10 Nov 2020 Health financing and COVID-19: Balancing financial incentives for sustaining health services
06 Nov 2020 CCHE: Health Workforce Challenges During the COVID-19 Crisis
05 Nov 2020 Physician Leadership And The Future Of Community Care
04 Nov 2020 Health of Canadians in a Changing Climate: Information to Support Effective Adaptation
04 Nov 2020 CPHA: Reflections on a Public Health Approach to Substance Use
04 Nov 2020 Health in a Changing Climate: Information to Support Effective Adaptation
03 Nov 2020 CanCOVID: Adoption of COVID-19 Contact Tracing Apps
03 Nov 2020 CPHA: Connecting the dots to reduce radon risk
03 Nov 2020 Hospital care and COVID-19: Balancing surge capacity and regular services
02 Nov 2020 The Impact of COVID-19 on Gender Equality
02 Nov 2020 Regulatory Policy for E-Cigarette Marketing
01 Nov 2020 NCCDH & PHESC - On-Demand Webinar 4: Moving upstream (Working across sectors to decrease health inequities)
30 Oct 2020 Beyond engagement: Towards community-based and community-driven knowledge exchange in Indigenous health research
29 Oct 2020 Race, Place & Geographies of Disease in Indigenous & Black Communities
29 Oct 2020 NCCDH: Moving health promotion forward as an accredited discipline
29 Oct 2020 PHO Grand Rounds: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Public Health
28 Oct 2020 Defining COVID-19 Vaccination Priority Groups
28 Oct 2020 Grassroots Response to Large-Scale Crisis: The Case of COVID-19 Resources Canada, CanCOVID and REAL
27 Oct 2020 "’Tis the Season": Discussing Immunization Care during the Pandemic and Beyond
27 Oct 2020 CAMH: Finding Digital Mental Health Tools during the Pandemic
27 Oct 2020 Governing in the COVID-19 pandemic: Centralization within and between governments
27 Oct 2020 Preventing COVID-19 transmission: Meeting the challenge of scaling-up population testing
22 Oct 2020 NCCEH: KALAMITea - Kombucha alcohol levels affecting mothers, infants and toddlers
21 Oct 2020 CPHA: Supporting refugees in Canada through COVID-19 and beyond
20 Oct 2020 Canadian Wastewater Surveillance: Where Are We Now?
20 Oct 2020 CADTH: How COVID-19 Is Changing the Evidence Landscape
20 Oct 2020 PHO Grand Rounds: The Incidental Impacts of Initial COVID-19 Public Health Measures on Ontario Families
16 Oct 2020 Women's College Hospital: How COVID-19 is impacting women's mental health
16 Oct 2020 OCFP: COVID-19 Community of Practice for Ontario Family Physicians
15 Oct 2020 Pandemic experiences and impacts of COVID-19 on the mental health of Indigenous communities
14 Oct 2020 UofT: Moral and Conceptual Decision Points in the Design of Triage Protocols
14 Oct 2020 CPHA Conference: Public Health 2020
13 Oct 2020 COVIDConversations: Using Data to Make Public Health Decisions
13 Oct 2020 Tamarack Institute: Leadership for Navigating Change
12 Oct 2020 Webinar to launch "Built to Lead": a podcast for emerging health leaders
08 Oct 2020 CanCOVID: Knowledge to Action Workshop with Vivek Goel - Science to Policy
08 Oct 2020 PHO: Planning for Influenza Season in Congregate Living Settings
07 Oct 2020 City of Vancouver – Protecting Public Health Through Architectural Design: Legionella Awareness and Prevention
07 Oct 2020 CPHA: Thinking Beyond Sugar in Diabetes – Smoking cessation and cardiovascular risk reduction in patients with diabetes
06 Oct 2020 Women's College Hospital: Black Healthcare Summit
05 Oct 2020 Regulatory Policy for E-Cigarette Flavours
02 Oct 2020 Estimating the Economic and Health Consequences of Public Health Measures
01 Oct 2020 Eco-anxiety in a Changing Climate
01 Oct 2020 PHO: COVID-19 Vaccine Candidates in Development, Special Focus on mRNA and Viral Vector Platforms
01 Oct 2020 NCCDH & PHESC - On-Demand Webinar 3: Approaches to developing equitable public health interventions and strategies
30 Sep 2020 NCCEH: COVID-19 Risks and precautions for the performing arts
30 Sep 2020 NCCDH Webinar: Tools for organizational learning and capacity // Outils d'apprentissage organisationnel et capacité (présenté en anglais)
30 Sep 2020 CanPath: Exploration of the role of occupational exposures in cancer etiology among participants in the CanPath Study
29 Sep 2020 IPAC Canada: Surveillance of Infections in Long Term Care - An IPAC Canada Toolkit by Public Health Ontario
29 Sep 2020 PHO Grand Rounds: Recognizing and Combatting Hate and Racism as a Public Health Issue
29 Sep 2020 CPHA: COVID-19 vaccine development (An update)
28 Sep 2020 Five Good Ideas about advocating for change
28 Sep 2020 Attitudes to Vaccination, Misinformation and Vaccine Uptake during COVID-19
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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