The Health Communication Unit (THCU) is currently updating its roster of consultants who can provide French-language health promotion consultations and workshops in Ontario on behalf of THCU.
In addition to being fluently bilingual, consultants on THCU's roster must have significant knowledge and experience with health promotion activities in Ontario and at least one of our mandate areas: health communication, health promotion planning, evaluation, policy change and sustainability.
If you would like to learn more about this opportunity, contact Rebecca Byers at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please feel free to pass this on to others who may be interested.
The Health Communication Unit, at the Centre for Health Promotion, University of Toronto, is one of 22 members of the Ontario Health Promotion Resource System funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. Begun in 1993, THCU provides training and consultation in the areas of health communication, health promotion planning, evaluation, policy change and sustainability.
Our goal is to increase the capacity of community and public health agencies to plan for, conduct, and evaluate a wide range of health promotion programs (within a comprehensive and population-based approach). We provide provincial and regional workshops, tailored consultations, and quality resource materials. THCU's services are available free of charge to Ontario health promotion practitioners from public health units, community health centres, district health councils, voluntary agencies, and others working in the field of health promotion. For more information, please visit http://www.thcu.ca.