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Our first feature article of the year is from Monica Nunes and discusses Centre for Addiction and Mental Health's Health Promotion Resource Centre's recent report, Pathways to Promoting Mental Health: A 2015 Survey of Ontario Public Health Units.

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CDPAC 2016 Conference--Integrated Chronic Disease Prevention: The Value Proposition


Toronto, Ontario
February 23-25, 2016

CDPAC's 6th Pan-Canadian Conference focuses on the health, economic, and social value created through integrated chronic disease prevention. The CDPAC conference is the flagship bi-annual event of CDPAC, and is an interactive learning experience featuring keynotes, workshops, presentations and exhibits that bring healthy living and chronic disease prevention evidence to life. CDPAC 2016 aims to equip delegates with knowledge, skills and tools to integrate these learnings into practice.

January Events from CRICH


Online and Toronto, Ontario
January 2016

The "Centre Talks" committee from the Centre for Research on Inner City Health at St. Michael’s Hospital is exploring issues related to health and wellbeing relevant to consider at the beginning of the new federal government’s mandate.

Moving it forward: universal prescription drug program for Canada, a talk by Dr. Danyaal Raza
January 21, 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
2010 Bond, St. Michael’s Hospital, Paul and Evelyn Higgins Boardroom

Research Coordinator, Leave the Pack Behind, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, Brock University


St. Catharines, Ontario
January 18, 2016

Term Full-Time (12 months)
Job Group J - Administrative & Professional Staff
Salary Range $41,135 - $60,812 per annum* (effective May 1, 2015)
We're looking for an energetic and outgoing person interested in mentoring and motivating young adults to identify new ways to reach young adults who smoke. Are you enthusiastic about social media and identifying creative ways to reach young people, then this position may be for you.

Why Brock?

Community Health Worker, Quest Community Health Centre


St. Catharines, Ontario
Deadline January 15, 2016

A Unique Opportunity to Advance Integrated Primary Health Care in Niagara

One Year Contract

Quest Community Health Centre is a not-for-profit, interdisciplinary, health care organization.  We are one of 73 government funded Community Health Centres in Ontario.  Our holistic model of care focuses on primary care, illness prevention, health promotion, community capacity building, and service integration, while taking into account underlying conditions such as poverty, housing problems, and unemployment.


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