Values & Assumptions

Planning and Integration Specialist, South West Local Health Integration Network

London, Ontario
Deadline August 9, 2012

The South West Local Health Integration Network  (LHIN), is one of 14 local organizations that have been created in Ontario to plan, coordinate and fund local health services, including hospitals, community care access centres (CCACs), long-term care homes, community health centres (CHCs), community support service agencies, and mental health and addictions agencies. The office of the South West LHIN is located in London, Ontario.

Learning Health Promotion: Many Journeys, Many Paths

I Introduction

II Defining Health Promotion

III What is Needed?

IV Where Do We Learn?

V Learning Opportunities

VI Continuing Education

VII Distance Learning

VIII Conclusion

IX References



-- by Alison Stirling, Ontario Prevention Clearinghouse (OPC), and Kevin Churchill, County of Lambton Community Health Services



This collaboration is a result of the combination of two initiatives. Alison was working on updating OPC's 1994 publication on health promotion training and OHPE Bulletins on the topic from 1998; Kevin was gathering information on the same subject for Health Promotion Ontario to post on the careers section of the ALPHA web site.



If you have a resource or point of view to add to this article, let us know by writing to [email protected]. More information on our Letters to the Editor column can be found in our submission guidelines (http://www.ohpe.ca/ebulletin/submit.html). In particular, we are interested in adding to our list of undergraduate, graduate and summer school programs profiled in OHPE 350.2.



[Ed update May 2004: Responses to this feature article can be found at http://www.ohpe.ca/ebulletin/ViewFeatures.cfm?ISSUE_ID=351, http://www.ohpe.ca/ebulletin/ViewFeatures.cfm?ISSUE_ID=353, http://www.ohpe.ca/ebulletin/ViewFeatures.cfm?ISSUE_ID=355, and http://www.ohpe.ca/ebulletin/ViewFeatures.cfm?ISSUE_ID=363.]















A Leadership Framework for Management in Public Health

I Introduction

II Practice 1: Model the Way

III Practice 2: Inspire a Shared Vision

IV Practice 3: Challenge the Process

V Practice 4: Enable Others to Act

VI Practice 5: Encourage the Heart

VII Conclusion

VIII References



--by Kim Bergeron, who is currently working on a Master's in Health Studies at Athabasca University and works as a coordinator within the Ontario Heart Health Project. She has participated on several working groups to further the work of public health's involvement in and leadership with community partnerships and can be contacted at [email protected].



If you have a resource or point of view to add to this article, let us know by writing to [email protected]. More information on our Letters to the Editor column can be found in the OHPE News section of OHPE 268.0 (http://www.ohpe.ca/ebulletin/ ViewAnnouncements.cfm?ISSUE_ID=268&startrow=1).










An Inclusion Lens

I Introduction

II What Are Social and Economic Inclusion?

III What is an Inclusion Lens?

IV Values: The Foundation for Inclusion

V Dimensions of Exclusion and Inclusion

VI Looking Through the Inclusion Lens: Questions to Ask

VII Considerations for an Action Plan

If you have a resource or point of view to add to this article, let us know by writing to [email protected]. More information on our Letters to the Editor column can be found in the OHPE News section of OHPE 268.0 (http://www.ohpe.ca/ebulletin/ViewAnnouncements.cfm?ISSUE_ID=268&startrow=1).

Promoting Healthy Policy Decisions: Can the Focus be Improved?


I Introduction

II Factors Affecting the Capacity of Health Promotion to Influence Decision Makers

i Position of Health Promotion Within the Health Sector

ii Breadth of Health Promotion: A 'beautiful curse'

iii 'Bureaucrats in Advocate's Clothing'

iv Lack of a Citizen Constituency Mobilized for Health Promotion

III Suggestions for Influence

IV References



The following is an abridged version of a presentation by Brian Hyndman at the Second International Symposium on the Effectiveness of Health Promotion, Toronto, Ontario, May 29, 2001.



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Bureaucratic logic in new social movement clothing: the limits of health promotion research

Type of Resource: Article
Source: (1991) in Health Promotion International 4 (2), 282
Author: Stevenson, M.H. and Burke, M.
 


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