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Please take the time to fill it out - we value your thoughts about the bulletin. The more responses we get, the better able we are to meet your needs. The fast way to fill it out is online at or you can reply with your responses to

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Along with the rest of the world, we have watched in horror and disbelief the events in the US this week.

For Canadians wishing to help, the Canadian Blood Services has posted the following on their website: "Canadian Blood Services (CBS) has received reports from the American Red Cross, America's Blood Centre, and the New York Blood Centre indicating that supplies of blood from Canada are not needed at this time....The need for blood continues, both for major crises like the one in the United States and for the very personal crises such as cancer, car accidents and emergency surgeries that call for blood every day. We are now asking people to call and make an appointment to donate in the coming weeks." For more information visit or call 1 888 2 DONATE. The Canadian Red Cross provides information on donating money at

Rena Clamen provided the following additional links in Toronto CED Bulletin 58:

* To download key concepts of disaster mental health, click

* To recognize Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, visit

* The hyperlink to the American Red Cross,

* The University of California at Berkeley has created a database where people can inquire about the safety of specific individuals or report someone who is safe at

* The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) offers information about how individuals can help with disaster relief in New York, Washington, D.C. and Pennsylvania at

* An article from the Peel District School Board Crisis Intervention Team offers assistance to parents in dealing with this issue at home with their children at

Our thoughts are with all those affected by this tragedy.

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With the new 'Mailman' subscription list system, every subscriber will have their own subscription list management page on the Internet and a password to manage their options (which for OHPE Bulletin are simply 'unsubscribe' or 'subscribe'). You will receive a monthly reminder telling you what all your mailing list passwords are and how to unsubscribe.


Multidisciplinary Treatment of Eating Disorders


The Eating Disorders Awareness Coalition of Waterloo Region presents "Multidisciplinary Treatment of Eating Disorders: Nutritional and Psychological Therapy in the Recovery Process" with Kim Lampson Reiff, Ph.D. and Dan W. Reiff, M.P.H., R.D. on November 5th, 2001 at the Waterloo Inn, 475 King Street N., Waterloo, Ontario.

For further information, call (519) 746-2323 Ext. 307.

Call for Proposals: 2002 Annual CCPH Conference


CCPH Conference: "The Partnership as the Leverage Point for Change" May 4 - 7, 2002 in Miami, Florida, Hotel Intercontinental Miami.

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health is a nonprofit organization that fosters partnerships between communities and educational institutions that improve health professions education, civic responsibility and the overall health of communities. CCPH's 6th annual conference will focus on the PARTNERSHIP as the leverage point for change in communities and higher educational institutions.

We expect more than 500 conference participants, including representatives of community agencies, government, foundations, health care delivery organizations, and leaders from educational institutions, i.e. academic administrators, faculty, staff, and students. Among the major themes to be discussed are Partnership Leadership & Governance, Partnership Assessment & Improvement, Partnership Principles & Best Practices, Partnership Outcomes, Partnership Policy & Advocacy , Partnership Tools & Resources , Partnerships in Service-Learning, Partnerships in Community-Based Participatory Research.

If you are interested in submitting a proposal for a skill-building workshop, story session, partnership bloopers session, poster or site visit, please access the Call for Proposals by visiting our website at or call CCPH's fax-on-demand service at 1-888-267-9183 and select document #202. Proposal Submission deadline is November 1, 2001.

For information on conference cosponsorship and exhibit opportunities, email CCPH program director Piper Krauel at

Visit our publications page ( to view commissioned papers and materials prepared for past CCPH conferences. See you in Miami!


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