B. Searching: steps and tips
C. Bibliographic Databases:
1) MEDLINE http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi
2) HealthComm KEY http://www.cdc.gov/od/oc/hcomm
3) Cochrane Collaboration http://cochrane.mcmaster.ca
by Penney Kirby
Penney Kirby (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a librarian who specializes in Health Promotion database and Internet searching. Currently she is working at the Canadian Cancer Society as information specialist for the Canadian Health Network Cancer Affiliate.
Contents of OHPE Bulletin #84.2 [moved to #104.1] December 11, 1998 [May 7, 1999]
B. Supportive Workplaces, or "Making Sacrifices"
C. Common Beliefs That Undermine Healthy Work Environments
D. What Makes A Workplace Supportive?
B. The OHPE Survey 1999 - the results
C. The OHPE Bulletin's Online Database project
D. Our Health Promotion Subject Framework or Matrix
Sources / References
B. CANADIAN TRENDS IN VOLUNTEERING
C. THE ONTARIO PERSPECTIVE
D. PRACTICAL TIPS ON A VOLUNTEER DEVELOPMENT MODEL
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by Nancy Dubois
This week (April 18-24, 1999) is Volunteer Week across Canada so this OHPE Feature will highlight happenings, information, and supports available to the Ontario health promotion community regarding this invaluable human resource.
A. In the beginning...
B. A Unified Voice for Public Health: The Re-Birth of OPHA
C. OPHA in Action: Some Key Achievements
D. The Road Ahead (?)
A. About the Best Practices Work Group
B. About Best Practices in Health Promotion
C. About the Best Practices in Health Promotion Scan of Needs and Capacities in Ontario
D. Summary of the Findings (includes selected summaries from the interviews and survey)
This is the fifth in a series of articles by Peter O'Donnell on the topic of creating healthy organizations. The previous articles appeared in issues #51.1 (4/24/98), #73.1 (9/25/98), #104.2 (12/11/98), and #92.1 (02/12/99).
Contents of OHPE Bulletin #99.1
B. Bureaucracy and "Organizational Collapse"
C. Alternatives: the process of de-engineering
D. Supplementary Resources
NOTE: Melanie Ebos writes this week's feature. Melanie is a graduating Occupational and Public Health student (a.k.a. Environmental Health Program) at Ryerson Polytechnic University. This community assessment/situational analysis was done in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the course ENH 816 - Health Promotion: Planning and Evaluation. Melanie participated in the February 1999 Charette on Street Youth in Toronto, with about fifty students from eight discipline-specific schools within the Faculty of Community Services. (This feature is seven pages long, including 8 references and could be obtained from Lorraine Telford who taught the course email@example.com)
A. Introduction to Violence - Our #1 Health Hazard
B. The Continuum of Violence
C. The Health Costs of Violence
D. A Role for Public Health - Do Something!
B. Guiding Principles for Health Promoting Schools
C. Health Promoting Schools in Europe and North America
1) Europe SchoolNet & England
2) North America - Comprehensive School Health
a) U.S. b) Canada c) B.C. d) Ontario e) Centre for Health Promotion
- this feature and the accompanying references has been prepared by Barbara Ronson [firstname.lastname@example.org], member of the Centre for Health Promotion's School Health Interest Group.