All events are 1:00-2:30 p.m. (Eastern Time) unless otherwise noted.
Climate Change and Water Quality
Advisor on Tap: Margaret Sanborn, Asstistant Clinical Professor McMaster University,
Deptartment of Family Medicine; Member, The International Joint Commission, Health Professionals Task Force
November 19 (*rescheduled from October 13*)
Business Case for Injury Prevention
Advisor on Tap: Gordon Moker, Executive Director, Safe Saskatchewan
Getting Lost in the Evidence: Part 1: Developing an Evidence Question and Search Strategy
Advisor on Tap: Dayna Albert and Christine Herrera, Towards Evidence-Informed Practice, Ontario Public Health Association
Public Health Human Resources: There Aren't Enough So Why Isn't Anyone Paying Attention?
Advisor on Tap: Ivy Bourgeault, PhD, RRASP PHIRN, University of Ottawa; Réseau De Recherches D'amélioration De La Santé De La Population; Population Health Improvement Network
Healthy Communities and Climate Change
Advisors on Tap: Kerri Klein, Provincial Facilitator, BC Healthy Communities; Alice Miro, Communications Coordinator, Smart Growth BC
Understanding policy implications of built environment research and healthy lifestyle choices Partners: Centre for Urban Health Initiatives, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
Advisors on Tap: Wendy Young PhD, Centre for Urban Health Initiatives (CUHI); Paul Gorczynski, PhD candidate, Department of Exercise Sciences, University of Toronto; Stephen Samis, Director, Health Policy at Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
For more information and to register, visit http://www.chnet-works.ca.