This is a five-part series designed for nurses and other health-care professionals who want to increase their knowledge of chronic disease management. It will provide foundational knowledge of evidence-based practices in relation to chronic disease management.
The webinar, co-presented by the National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy (NCCHPP) and the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools (NCCMT), will feature a case involving a program that a public health unit is expected to support but whose effectiveness is not supported by evidence.
Presenters: Dr. Megan Ward, Associate Medical Officer of Health, Region of Peel, Public Health, with Michael Keeling and Olivier Bellefleur, Research Officers at the NCCHPP
9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Ontario Lung Association Office, 18 Wynford Drive
Ontario Society for Health and Fitness is pleased to offer a special professional development workshop this coming February in collaboration with the Ontario Lung Association. Participants will learn the basic techniques of Motivational Interviewing and be exposed to the Association's Quit & Get Fit program, designed to assist health and exercise practitioners permanently stop clients from smoking.
In collaboration with the Ontario Lung Association, OSHF is pleased to be offering a special continuing education workshop this coming February in Toronto.
Participants will learn the basic techniques of Motivational Interviewing and be exposed to the Lung Association's Quit & Get Fit program, designed to help physical activity professionals work effectively with clients to kick their smoking habit.
Get to know the Circle of Health, an innovative tool that enhances collaboration across sectors!
Our upcoming online workshop series delves into the practice and value of the Circle of Health as a tool that engages collaborators, creates a shared language for stakeholders, and promotes innovative solutions to complex issues.
Knowledge Translation (KT) Basics is a 1.5 day workshop that focuses on the foundations of KT, including key definitions and frameworks, how to assess and prioritize needs, consider levels of evidence, and define the practice change. This workshop supports participants as they begin to effectively put evidence into practice.
How our community is built has a great effect on our health. Street design, parks and green spaces, access to food and shops, recreation and transportation options all affect our health through nutrition, physical activity, safety, mental health, and connectedness to the community.