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1999-105

RESOURCES for HEALTH PROMOTION RESEARCH (OHPE #105.2 May 1999)



Penney Kirby and OHPE editor Kara Richardson have prepared these resources.



Penney Kirby ([email protected]) is a librarian who specializes in Health Promotion database and Internet searching.



This week in OHPE, feature writer Penney Kirby teaches us how to effectively operate the many databases useful to and necessary for comprehensive research on HP topics. Our resources message highlights additional aids to HP research.

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1999
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105
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19990514
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105

Hidden Forces & Ethical Decision-Making In Health Care Environments

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9AM - 4PM ; Alumni Hall, Victoria College, University of Toronto



This conference has been organized by a group of health care providers from various Toronto agencies who are committed to fostering discussion of ethical issues in the community.



Cost: (lunch, nutrition breaks): $55. Full time students: $25



To register, contact:

Centre for Clinical Ethics, St. Joseph's Health Centre

30 The Queensway, Toronto, ON M6R 1B5

Phone: (416) 530 6750 Fax: (416) 530 6621

Health Promotion At The International Level : What Can We Learn From It?

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International Union for Health Promotion and Health Education (IUHPE)



You are invited to discover in this colloquium national, regional and local health promoting activities from a variety of countries. The IUHPE is the main global non-governmental organisation in the field, with over 2000 members in more than 90 countries. This colloquium is aimed primarily at people planning or providing public health services at the federal, provincial, regional or local levels in Canada.



COST $40 (includes lunch and materials)

Launch of the book "Real Food for a Change"

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by Rod MacRae, Wayne Roberts and Lori Stahlbrand. Published by Random House Canada.



Hosted by Ralph Benmergui, with a kids show by Chris McKhool, at 7:30, music by SongCycles: Toronto's Choir on Bikes and the Richard Whiteman Jazz Trio and special guest speakers. The evening also features organic food and drink.



At the DeLeon White Gallery, 455 King St. W. Toronto; doors open at 6:30 PM.

Workshop: Spirituality And Mental Health Promotion: Concepts & Practice

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9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Sorry, lunch will not be provided)

Croft Chapter House, University College,15 King's College Circle



Hosted by: Mental Health Promotion Interest Group, Centre for Health Promotion



This workshop, presented by Dr. John Raeburn, is designed for people working in mental health promotion, health promotion, community development and similar fields. To register, please contact Joanne at the Centre for Health Promotion, (416) 978 2182

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