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Research to Action London 2016: Getting Fitter with Age


London, Ontario
June 3-4, 2016

Brescia University College, 1285 Western Road, Mercato Hall and St. James Auditorium

This conference is an annual learning and networking event for senior fitness instructors, volunteers, health promoters, students and other individuals who work with community-dwelling older adults. The event includes a mix of active and informative sessions including: practical applications of recent research, tips for safe exercise for older adults, and modifications for all levels of abilities.


Survey Design and Analysis for Program Evaluation, Harry Cummings and Associates


Toronto, Ontario
May 4-5, 2016

Harry Cummings and Associates is pleased to announce this two-day workshop on survey design and analysis methodologies for program evaluation. Topics to be discussed include identifying the scope of your survey, designing survey questions, disseminating surveys, quantitative analysis, qualitative analysis, and how to report your survey results as part of your evaluation.

Seating is limited.

We are also available to facilitate in-house workshops hosted at your organization on the topic of your choosing.

Program Administrative Assistants, Middlesex-London Health Unit


London, Ontario
Deadline April 24, 2016

1 Part-time Position; 1 Part-time School-Year Position

The Middlesex-London Health Unit is currently seeking two experienced part-time Program Administrative Assistants to work on the Vaccine Preventable Disease team, within the Environmental Health & Infectious Diseases Division. Candidates should be interested in working half days and/or full days, generally Monday through Friday, with a possibility of occasional evening hours.

Key Responsibilities:

Research Coordinator, National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools


Hamilton, Ontario
Deadline April 23, 2016

Join the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools (NCCMT) team!

The successful candidate will be responsible for the ongoing development and growth of the Registry of Methods and Tools and will lead the ongoing evaluation of all NCCMT products and services. Apply by April 23 to become a Research Coordinator with NCCMT. Looking for individual with Master’s degree, 5+ years relevant experience.

Health Promoter, Health Services--Chronic Disease & Injury Prevention and Environmental Health, Region of Peel

Mississauga, Ontario
Deadlines April 22 and 24, 2016

Contract Duration: Two (2) positions available

Approximately thirteen (13) months Health Services–Chronic Disease & Injury Prevention and Environmental Health

Work Place Health Team Specific Responsibilities:


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