February 28 was Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) Awareness Day, and the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) reminded workplaces to learn the causes of, and help prevent, repetitive strain injuries.
CVUP115 is a new 7-week course on planning active transportation at Ryerson's Chang School of Continuing Education.
It begins March 8th, 2018 and continues Thursday evenings from 6:30-9:30.
For more information and to enrol, visit https://ce-online.ryerson.ca/ce/calendar/default.aspx?id=5§ion=cours....
I am reaching out to you to invite your organization to participate in Science Odyssey 2018. The ten-day national STEM celebration will take place from May 11-20, 2018.
What is Science Odyssey?
Osteoporosis Canada, Ontario Osteoporosis Strategy and GERAS Centre for Aging Research are excited to announce the launch of four series of videos, aimed at educating health care professionals to prevent falls and fractures for long term care (LTC) residents.
The 4-part series help health care professionals keep in keeping LTC residents safe from falls and fractures. The series focuses on personal support workers, physiotherapists & physiotherapist assistants, group exercise trainers (e.g., fitness instructors, kinesiologists) and restorative care staff.
Deadline February 28, 2018
Through a grant received from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, Play Works has hosted the first in a series of four webinars on Good Practices in Youth Friendly Communities.
In this first webinar, hear from Mayor Don McGuggan Clerk/Treasurer Janet Denkers from the Municipality of Brooke-Alvinston, Stephanie Delaronde from the County of Brant, and Kim Rolson from the City of Brantford about programs and services they offer for teens in their communities.
Parachute and the Ontario Injury Prevention Resource Centre are pleased to announce the release of the new Ontario Injury Data Report 2018 (OIDR 2018). An update from the 2012 edition, the new OIDR 2018 presents the latest available counts and rates of injury related emergency room (ER) visits, hospital visits and deaths by cause of injury in Ontario from a province-wide perspective.
Deadline February 28, 2018
[Ed: deadline updated February 23]
Do you know someone who is a passionate advocate for women and heart disease?
The 2018 Canadian Women’s Heart Health Advocacy Award recognizes the contributions of an individual or group working to improve the heart health of women in Canada through advocacy, awareness, and support. The award recognizes the outstanding commitment in mobilizing women and health professionals to take heart health seriously and act to reduce women’s risk of heart disease.
The new edition of the Canadian ADHD Practice Guidelines is now online.
Deadline February 21, 2018