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Overview on current and emerging treatment options, learn about managing symptoms and treatment related side effects; Patient Education Session on Multiple Myeloma; Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada


Newmarket, Ontario
March 5, 2018

11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
DEF Cancer Centre Lobby, Stronach Regional Cancer Centre at Southlake Regional Health Centre

Presenter: Peter Anglin, MD, FRCPC, MBA, Physician Lead Stronach Regional Cancer Centre and Central LHIN Regional Cancer Program

Audience: Patients/survivors, caregivers/family members and oncology healthcare providers

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Great Big Crunch, Coalition for Healthy School Food, Food Secure Canada


March 1, 2018

Students, teachers, parents and others who are passionate about food are invited to share their enthusiasm in a Great Big Crunch. On March 1st at 2:30pm, 300,000 kids from across the country will learn about local and healthy food and celebrate the day with a simultaneous apple crunch!

Brought to you by FoodShare Toronto, the Coalition for Healthy School Food and Food Secure Canada, the Great Big Crunch is also a moment to work together toward a national, universal healthy school food program.

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Moving Vision Zero from idea to implementation: the change starts with you


Toronto, Ontario
February 28 to March 2, 2018

Join experts at the 2018 Vision Zero Advocate Institute Conference.

Perhaps you have heard about Vision Zero, and know the basics, or are wondering how your community move forward. The next step is actual application: how do we move forward with realistic implementation and comprehensive application of this traffic safety framework? The 2018 Vision Zero Advocate Conference covers this, and more, taking delegates from the theory of Vision Zero to concrete application for communities and organizations.

Trauma Assessment & Treatment Certificate, SafeGuards


Ottawa, Ontario
February 27 to March 1 and March 20 to 22, 2018

This 6-day critical core training will provide a current and comprehensive understanding of trauma. Participants will also be introduced to models of assessment and treatment. Effective treatment planning is dependent on an assessment of the impact of the event, and takes into account how the event is experienced and the developmental context in which the experiences occur.

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Group Priority Sort--A Method for Identifying Stakeholders' Priorities, Social Impact Squared


Hamilton, Ontario
February 27, 2018

3:30 to 5:00 p.m.
McMaster Innovation Park, 175 Longwood Road South, #105

The Group Priority Sort workshop will provide hands-on training in using the Group Priority Sort method to identify stakeholders’ priorities.  In particular, this workshop will show attendees how to use the method to ensure stakeholders’ priorities guide evaluations of social programs or initiatives.  Attendees could also apply the method for other tasks, such as strategic planning or needs assessments.


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