Values & Assumptions
Effective, Democratic Sexuality Education
B. Appropriate Sexual Health Education Resources
C. Recommendations from Youth
B. Why Women? Why Now?
i) The Continuing Need
C. True Partnership
i) CTV Vignette Programs
ii) Why The Partnership?
iii) Partnership Benefits
D. Related Resources
Type of Resource: Book
Source: Asset-Based Community Development Institute 1993 376 pages $15 U.S.
Author: Kretzmann, John and McKnight, John
Type of Resource: Report
Source: Ontario Social Safety NetWork
Author: Melodie Mayson June 1997.
Type of Resource: Book
Source: Chichester: John Wiley and Sons, 1997.
Author: B. Seedhouse, David
OHPE Bulletin #40.1 February 6, 1998
A. Experience in Action: A Community Dissemination Kit
1. The Kit Includes
2. Using the Materials -
a) Extending the Dialogue
b) Applying the Lessons
c) The Big question - Where to go from here?
d) A Checklist for Effective Leadership & Consensus Building
3. Where to order the Kit
B. The Safe Living Guide: Home Safety for Seniors
C. Aging Vignettes from NACA
D. NACA Position on Determining Health Care Priorities
OHPE Bulletin #38.1 January 23, 1998
A. And The Twelve Steps Are...
B. Creative Strategies For Nutrition Month
C. Decide Who You Want To Reach And Get To Know Them (Step 3)
D. Figure Out The Best Ways To Reach Your Audience (Step 6)
E. Get Going On Your Message (Step 8)
F. Evaluate What You've Done (Step 12)
OHPE Bulletin #31.1 November 28, 1997
A. Harm Reduction And Health Promotion: Achieving Health For All
i. Defining the Approach
ii. Participatory Communication and Harm Reduction
iii. Health Promotion and Harm Reduction
B. The Street-Involved Youth Harm Reduction Project (SIYHRP)
C. Risk Taking: A Grade 8 Lesson Plan....A Work In Progress
D. Risk Communications Presentations - Synopsis
i. "High Stress, High Concern: Tools & Principles of Risk Communication"
ii. "Strategies for Effective Risk Communication on Drinking Water Risks"
Canadian Public Health Association Action Statement was produced after 2 years of regional discussions and intensive work at 1996 CPHA conference - setting direction for HP for next 10 years. It builds upon the work of the Ottawa Charter and other key documents. The Statement notes that: promoting health requires that we focus our efforts and prioritize our actions by: sharing a vision & values of HP; creating alliances; knowledge, skills and capacity; political commitment and healthy public policies; strengthening our communities; and health systems reform.