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Welcome, dear health promoters, to issue 1000 of the Ontario Health Promotion E-bulletin!

In today's feature, we have some brief thoughts on OHPE's origins, survival, and our wonderful community of supporters and contributors.

Thank you all for helping us reach this milestone!

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Basic Motivational Interviewing, Waterloo Wellington Self-Management Program


Kitchener, Ontario
February 13, 2018

10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
New Vision Family Health Team, 421 Greenbrook Drive

Participants will explore how motivation is influenced by readiness, conviction and confidence and explore clinical strategies customized to meet patients’ individual needs.  Participants will review the core skills of motivational interviewing, specifically open-ended inquiry, reflections, affirmations and summaries.

Target Audience: Anyone working in a healthcare setting

Registration is required.

Advances in Nutrition: From Daily Living to High Performance Sport, Canadian Nutrition Society


Toronto, Ontario
January 13, 2018

Advances in Nutrition: From Daily Living to High Performance Sport will offer delegates an opportunity to listen, learn, network and engage with some of our leading experts on nutrition as it relates across the spectrum of daily physical activity to high performance sport. The conference will focus on the latest research, current knowledge and practical application of sport nutrition for the every-day practitioner.

Delegates will learn about:

Learning from a Health Equity Data Collection Project in Mississauga Halton LHIN, Health Equity Impact Assessment Community of Interest


November 29, 2017

12:00-12:30 p.m.

The webinar will describe a health equity data collection project that is underway in the Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network (LHIN). The purpose of the project is to establish a standard of core socio-demographic questions that organizations can use. The core questions will enhance data collection, data analysis and reporting for equitable health programs and services in Mississauga Halton.

Project highlights will be covered in this presentation, including learnings, challenges and key findings.

Patient Flow Managers, Five Hills Health Region


Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
No deadline noted

The Five Hills Health Region is seeking two Permanent Patient Flow Managers.  Reporting to the Vice President of Clinical Services, the Patient Flow Manager is a crucial member of the nursing leadership group at the Dr. F.H. Wigmore Regional Hospital. This position is a 24/7 management position working with the nursing leadership team during business hours, and autonomously after-hours. Individuals in this role have the unique opportunity to interact with patients and maintain nursing skills while fulfilling a leadership role.


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