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Bridging Common Ground--Linking Public Health and Stroke Prevention Personnel to Enhance Stroke Prevention Programming

1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Intercontinental Hotel, 225 Front Street West, Caledon Room

Lunch: 12:00 p.m. (sponsored by HSFO, with advanced registration only)
 
Practitioners in the field of health promotion and stroke prevention
are facing numerous pressures--to reach more people, with higher
quality, cost-effective programs that incorporate the latest evidence
and demonstrate positive outcomes.
The Towards Evidence-Informed Practice (TEIP) project aims to address
some of these issues by supporting an enhanced partnership between
local Heart Health Coordinators and District Stroke Coordinators. 
The ultimate goal is the implementation and evaluation of
collaborative, community-based stroke prevention programs based on the
latest available evidence and theories in health promotion.
 
Workshop Objectives

  • Understanding key elements of the Ontario Stroke Strategy and the Ontario Heart Health Program and how they intersect
  • Sharing local experiences from the five TEIP Communities
  • Facilitating partnership development
  • Incorporating multiple forms of evidence
  • Developing a healthy evaluation culture
  • Challenges and benefits of the TEIP project
  • Multiple breakout discussions including launch of a new opportunity to apply to become a TEIP Community

Intended audience is Heart Health Coordinators; Stroke Regional Program
Managers; District Stroke Centre Coordinators; and Public Health
Managers, Chronic Disease Prevention.
 
This workshop is sponsored by the Heart and Stroke Foundation (Ontario Stroke Strategy) and the TEIP Project. 
 
Registration deadline is October 6, 2006.  For more information, visit http://www.hhrc.net/workshops/workshops.cfm.