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"Ways Tried and True" -- A New Framework to Assess Aboriginal Health Interventions - CDPAC Pre-Conference Session

Ottawa, Ontario
April 8, 2014

CDPAC Pre-Conference Workshop

Please join us on April 8th, 2014 from 1:00-4:00pm EST at a Pre-Conference Workshop entitled "Ways Tried and True" -- A New Framework to Assess Aboriginal Health Interventions at the Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada’s (CDPAC) Fifth Pan-Canadian Conference in Ottawa, Ontario.

The Public Health Agency of Canada’s Canadian Best Practices Initiative and Johnston Research Inc., in collaboration with partners and experts in the Aboriginal Public Health Community, have developed a new rubric titled “Ways Tried and True” to test Aboriginal health interventions based on traditional knowledge and community needs. 

Participants of the workshop will hear about the development of the rubric, practice its application with several real-life interventions, and learn about the significance this work will have in building capacity and sharing knowledge on what works in Aboriginal public health.

To register to attend this workshop, as well as the rest of the 2014 CDPAC Conference, please visit https://www.eply.com/CDPAC2014.

For more information on this work, please email Michelle Tracy.