Ontario Health Promotion E-Bulletin, OHPE Bulletin 4, Volume 1997, No. 4
It has been a busy, if short week as will be reflected in the contents of this bulletin. Again, there will be three messages in this bulletin. This message features two exciting developments at the Ontario Prevention Clearinghouse - this OHPE bulletin now has a 'home' for the archives on the Internet, and an announcement of new positions at the pilot of a National Population Health Clearinghouse. In the next message - Bulletin #4.1 - there is a special feature on Ontario-based organizations working on children's well-being, as advocacy coalitions and as community demonstration projects. And in a final flourish - Bulletin 4.2 is a fairly long and full compilation of announcements and resources!
Your feedback would be appreciated on the evolving format for this Bulletin.
Is it too long, too short or 'just right'?
Are there sections that you would like to see added, or taken away?
Is there content that you would like to see?
Are there questions you would like to see posted - or any questions about the Bulletin?
Please send an e-mail to either: [email protected] or [email protected]
NEWS FLASH! OHPE is on the Internet!
New, and old, readers of the Ontario Health Promotion Bulletin may want to take a look at the online archive of previous issues. Access to this archive requires world wide web access from the Internet *AND* a java-enabled browser.
The URL for the online archive is:
You will see the Microsoft Exchange general page. On the right side of the page you'll see Public Access area. Click on it and go to Public Folders.
Select the Ontario Health Promotion Bulletin from the list of public folders.
Netscape versions 3.0 or better will work as will Internet Explorer versions 3.0 and better. If your browser is not capable, you will see the following message:
Two points should be noted about accessing this archive.
First, the server will set a 'cookie' back to itself. Let it.
Second, on a dial up connection, there is a perceptible lag in the display of the selected message. Relax, wait for it and enjoy.
[Helpful hints from Simon Mielniczuk]