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OHPE Bulletin #90.2, January 29, 1999 Resources



Please also refer to the OHPE #84.2 for previously listed resources. Archives are at http://community.opc.on.ca/exchange/logon.asp (click on public domains)





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- Alison Stirling for the OHPE Bulletin team [01/29/99]

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1999
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90
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19990129
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SOPHE 1999 MidYear Scientific Conference

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-- Call for Abstracts extended until 1/29/99. See Abstract Guidelines at http://www.sophe.org.



Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) Midyear Meeting, June 17-20, 1999, Minneapolis/St. Paul Hilton Hotel, in cooperation with the International Union for Health Promotion and Education, North American Regional Office.



This conference, "New Challenges in Health Promotion: Reaching Beyond our Boundaries," is intended to challenge health educators from Canada, the United States, and the U.S. territories of North America to reach beyond geographic, language, cultural and other boundaries to improve the effectiveness of population and individual-based behavior change. In particular, the conference will focus on five areas related to health promotion evidence, theory, and practice: economics and health care systems access and quality; community interventions; vulnerable populations; evaluation and evidence-based outcomes; and linkages between research and practice.



To receive a copy of the preliminary program, to be available in early April, contact

kmacdonald@sophe.org.

THCU

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What Works: Effective Strategies for Health Promotion is designed to increase your knowledge of effective strategies for health promotion while facilitating the diffusion of proven approaches.

Eight programs will be featured in this one-day workshop

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