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2001-195

The Resources for OHPE Bulletin #195.2 02/16/01 were provided by the Ontario Women's Health Council, and the researchers who worked on the report "Best Mechanisms to Influence Health Risk Behaviour". The full report is available in Adobe Acrobat on the Internet at http://www.womenshealthcouncil.on.ca/E/prof_centre/risk_behaviour.pdf

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2001
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195
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20010219
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Call for Abstracts: CPHA conference Creating Conditions for Health

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deadline for Abstracts - March 29, 2001

CPHA 92nd annual Conference will be held 21 - 25 October, 2001



We have heard a lot about a new commitment to health; we've also been witness to wrangling over who is responsible for health. We know how important it is to have commitment from all sectors to create healthy communities. Building and sustaining this commitment will require new information, new skills, and new processes for evaluation. Effective intersectoral work will require health organizations to commit to new partnerships; it will also mean sharing the responsibility for outcomes. The commitment to healthy communities will not only be intersectoral, but will have to be made at many levels. Governments, including federal, provincial, municipal, and First Nations and Metis bodies, have a role to play. Likewise, community groups, individual citizens, and human service staff are responsible. What will be the roles of all these players, and how can they be meaningfully involved to contribute to a high quality of life? This conference will explore these issues through the following themes:



* Intersectoral Collaboration - Lessons to Date

* The Development of Healthy Public Policy

* Building Capacity in Vulnerable Communities

* The Experiences of Improving Health in Aboriginal Communities



Each of these areas will provide an opportunity to share the evidence for best practice by critically looking at the challenges and successes in research, community action and policy development. For more information see http://www.cpha.ca/english/conf/92ndAnl/92conf.htm



The CPHA Conference Planning Committee invites submissions to the 92nd Annual conference in Saskatoon. Completed submissions of Abstracts are due 29 March 2001. Contact

Scientific Program Committee

c/o CPHA 92nd Annual Conference

400 - 1565 Carling Avenue

Ottawa, ON K1Z 8R1

Women, Homelessness and Secure Tenure: Setting an Agenda

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March 09, 2001 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM



In celebration of International Women's Week (IWW), The Centre for Equality Rights, The National Association of Women and the Law, The Community-Based Research Network of Ottawa (CBRNO) and Centre for Research on Community Services, University of Ottawa is pleased to announce a one day forum "Women, Homelessness and Secure Tenure: Setting an Agenda."



Forum Objectives


Ontario Women's Health Council Selected Print Resources

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1. Epp, J. (1986). Achieving Health for All: A Framework for Health Promotion. Health Canada.

Available at http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hppb/hpo/ahfa.htm



2. Gillis, P. (1998). Keynote Speeches Abstract/Executive Summaries. 2nd Nordic Health Promotion Research Conference. International Journal of Health Promotion: ISSN 1328-7443.



3. Goodstadt, M.S. (1995). Health Promotion and the Bottom Line: What Works? Addiction Research Foundation, Toronto.


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