Just in time for the fifth anniversary of the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace, the Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW) and the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) have collaborated to create StressAssess, a free online survey tool to assist workplaces in identifying and addressing psychosocial hazards that can lead to stress and mental injury.
Deadline March 2, 2017
RNAO is accepting applications from health-care organizations and academic institutions to act as a host site for either a Best Practice Champions workshop or Addressing Substance Use Champions workshop between May 2018 and January 2019.
Your organization/institution can apply to host one of the following:
Best Practice Champions Workshop
Deadline February 9, 2018
[Ed: Deadline updated February 3]
We are pleased to offer travel award opportunities for trainees, women with lived experience and Indigenous peoples to attend the second Canadian Women's Heart Health Summit.
Funding of eligible expenses up to $1,500 for provinces and up to $2,000 for territories will be provided.
Submission deadline is February 2, 2018.
Apply online at https://cwhhc.ottawaheart.ca/summit/awards.
Deadline February 15, 2018
The Canadian Cancer Statistics Advisory Committee is in the process of conducting a review of the Canadian Cancer Statistics publication (http://www.cancer.ca/statistics). This may mean changes to the publication’s content, format and frequency. We need your input to help make sure our decisions support the needs of the cancer community.
How can you help? Please complete this questionnaire. It should not take more than 15 minutes.
When workers are impaired on the job, whether by fatigue, use of drugs, or consumption of alcohol, it can have serious consequences. To help workplaces take steps to address the issue of impairment, the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) has launched the e-course Impairment and Cannabis in the Workplace.
Deadline March 9, 2018
January 17 saw the launch of the Ontario Active School Travel Fund. Up to $100K in funding will be provided to partnership-based projects that expand active school travel and build a foundation for lasting impact.
Green Communities Canada is soliciting applications to the Fund from communities across Ontario. The lead applicant must be one of the following key local stakeholders for active school travel in the applicant community:
Take advantage of this opportunity to enrol, and take part in the Economic Literacy for a Green Economy course. This online training program builds better understanding of economic concepts, and their role in supporting a sustainable society.
Deadline April 16, 2018
Join us for Canada’s premier multidisciplinary conference for those interested in individual and population aging. Abstracts are welcomed from all disciplines and all interests in aging, including research, practice, policy and related work. International submissions are encouraged. We are also pleased to offer the CIHR-IA Student Poster Competition and student travel assistance grants.
Cancer Care Ontario has released a new report, Burden of Cancer Caused by Infections in Ontario, which estimates the number of cancer cases diagnosed in Ontario that are caused by infection with certain cancer causing agents. This information can be used to plan Ontario-specific cancer prevention programs and policies and help to prioritize areas for future prevention efforts.
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Repetition and reinforcement of oral health message in school tends to significantly improve behavioural outcomes among children.
Learn more in Public Health Ontario’s Evidence Brief, Behavioural impacts of school-based oral health education among children: http://www.publichealthontario.ca/en/eRepository/EB_Oral_Health_Educatio....