Fireside Chats are free pan-Canadian discussions via simultaneous telephone and Internet "conferences" on pressing population health issues for professionals in health and stakeholder sectors.
Unless otherwise noted, the events listed below are from 1:00-2:00 p.m.
- Age Friendly Communities: Stories from Newfoundland
- Advisors on Tap: to be announced
- Promoting a Population Level Intervention to Enhance Participation in Physical Activity: The Role of Marketing and Peer Ambassadors
- Advisor on Tap: Dr. Brenda Bruner, Assistant Professor, Physical and Health Education, Schulich School of Education, Nipissing University
- Exploring the Role of Peer Support Specialists in the Delivery of Community-based Mental Health Services
- Advisors on Tap: Dr. Randall; Dr. Patricia A. Wakefield, B.Sc., M.Sc., M.P.A., D.B.A.; Assistant Professor, Marketing and Health Services Management Director, AIC Institute for Strategic Business Studies DeGroote School of Business McMaster University
- Employment Setting Preferences Among Internationally Educated Rehabilitation Providers in Ontario, Canada: Do they only work in settings where Canadian-trained don’t want to?
- Advisor on Tap: Michel D. Landry PT, PhD, Assistant Professor, Dept of Physical Therapy, University of Toronto
Registration space is limited. Please register early.
For more information visit http://www.chnet-works.ca.
CHNET-Works! is a project of U of Ottawa, Population Health Improvement Research Network
Funding from Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care.