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This week's feature is by Kim Bergeron, Charoula Tsamis, and Allison Meserve. Their article discusses three steps health promoters can take to incorporate ethical reflection into their evaluation process.

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End of Grant KT Workshop, Knowledge Translation Canada


Toronto, Ontario
November 15, 2016

9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute of St. Michael’s Hospital

We are pleased to offer our End of Grant Knowledge Translation (KT) Course, which is designed to provide grant writers with the needed tools to write the KT portion of their grant applications. Course attendees will use their own grants to develop an end of grant KT plan.  
Speakers include:

CES Ontario -- Special Workshops


Toronto, Ontario
November 10 & 11, 2016

Bond Place Hotel, 65 Dundas Street East

Ready to take your evaluation practice to the next level? Join us this November for a rare opportunity to advance your evaluation skills and to connect with expert credentialed evaluators, including past and present CES Presidents.
All workshops are offered by CES National Board members and organized by the CES Ontario Chapter. Workshops qualify for application to, and maintenance of, the Credentialed Evaluator (CE) designation.

Concurrent sessions:

“The Youth. The Work. The System.” Youth Research and Evaluation eXchange


Toronto, Ontario
October 27-29, 2016

York University

This eXchange will be an exciting learning and networking day that includes keynote speakers, a panel session, and diverse learning opportunities reflecting our three themes:
The Youth. The Work. The System.

The goal of this Knowledge to Action (KtA) Exchange is to bring youth sector stakeholders from across the province of Ontario together to share and engage with practice-relevant knowledge from research, youth work practice and lived experiences.

Communications Coordinator, Nutrition Resource Centre


Toronto, Ontario
Deadline October 28, 2016

The Ontario Public Health Association (OPHA, ) is a not-for-profit member-based organization that is focused on advancing public health within the Province of Ontario and has played a key public health leadership role for over 67 years. OPHA is looking for a dynamic and experienced Communications Coordinator.

Registered Nurse, Certified Diabetes Educator, Kingston Community Health Centres


Napanee, Ontario
Deadline October 28, 2016

Job Description

Title: Registered Nurse, Certified Diabetes Educator
Reports to: Manager, Napanee Area Community Health Centre
Position Type: Permanent, Full Time (35 hours per week)
Expected Start Date: January 2017
Salary: $54,710 - $65,916 per year

Position Summary

Public Health Nurse, Health Services - Communicable Diseases, Region of Peel


Mississauga, Ontario
Deadline October 25, 2016

Under the provincially mandated and funded Social Determinants of Health Nurses Initiative, the Healthy Sexuality program requires an innovative, self-directed and enthusiastic Public Health Nurse with specific knowledge and expertise in the areas of health equity and social determinants of health. The role will focus on enhancing Peel Public Health’s organizational capacity to address health inequities and the needs of priority populations impacted most negatively by the social determinants of health in the Region of Peel.

Mental Health after Spinal Cord Injury, Spinal Cord Injury Ontario


Toronto, Ontario and Online
October 25, 2016

3:30 to 5:00 p.m.

We are hosting a webcast on Mental Health after Spinal Cord Injury on October 25th, 2016 from 3:30 – 5:00 pm. Peer Support Volunteers will share stories and personal experience, and Dr. Cheryl Bradbury, UHN Toronto Rehab Psychologist will share clinical perspectives on mental health after spinal cord injury. Topics for discussion include:

Knowledge Translation Manager, ParticipACTION


Toronto, Ontario
Deadline October 24, 2016

Company Overview

ParticipACTION is a national non-profit organization that helps Canadians sit less and move more. Originally established in 1971, ParticipACTION works with its partners, which include sport, physical activity, recreation organizations, government and corporate sponsors, to make physical activity a vital part of everyday life. As Canada’s premier physical activity brand, ParticipACTION helps Canadians sit less and move more through innovative engagement initiatives and thought leadership.


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