Issues, Active Living/Physical Activity, Food/Nutrition, Sexuality/Reproductive Health, Injury Prevention, Smoking/Tobacco, Substance Use/Abuse, Quality of Life, AIDS/HIV, Heart Disease, Cancer, Mental Health, Diseases/Conditions, Violence Prevention

Standard Alcohol Labels

Contents

I Introduction
II Effectiveness of standard alcohol labels
III Current standard alcohol labelling policies internationally
IV Current Canadian research on standard alcohol labels
V Conclusion
VII References
VIII Resources

--Submitted by Jason LeMar, Health Promotion Consultant – Alcohol Policy, Health Promotion Capacity Building, Public Health Ontario

I Introduction

Two Articles: Engaging communities in the design and use of their streets and Sexual health promotion for youth through telemedicine

Engaging communities in the design and use of their streets

Contents

I Introduction
II Turning transportation infrastructure into social infrastructure
III Small-scale changes, big health impact
IV Challenges and solutions
V Concluding thoughts
VI Resources            
VII References

--Submitted by Nadha Hassen

I Introduction

A Provincial Scan of Municipal Alcohol Policies

Contents

I Introduction
II Methods
III Results
IV Discussion
V Conclusion
VI Resources
VII References

--Submitted by Gobinaa Manoharan, Product Development Advisor, Health Promotion Capacity Building, Public Health Ontario and Jason LeMar, Health Promotion Consultant – Alcohol Policy, Health Promotion Capacity Building, Public Health Ontario

I Introduction

Examining the Influence of the Program Training and Consultation Centre’s communities of practice on members and their tobacco control practice

Contents

I Introduction
II Key Findings
III Discussion and Concluding Statement
IV Resources
V References

--Submitted by Irene Lambraki, Kalpita Gaitonde and Karen Pieters

I Introduction

Parenting, Child Development, and Substance Abuse

Contents

I Introduction
II Parenting style
III Love hormone
IV Being interested in your teenager’s life; Child Welfare system
V Parents’ substance use impacts teens
VI Conclusion and key learnings
VII Resources
VIII References

--Submitted by Seher Shafiq, Parent Action on Drugs

I Introduction

Tobogganing in Ontario: What’s the risk?

Contents

I Introduction: Physical Activity and Injury Risk
II Tobogganing in the Media
III Tobogganing Injuries in Ontario
IV Key Prevention Messages
V Conclusion
VI References

--submitted by Stephanie Cowle, Ontario Injury Prevention Resource Centre (OIPRC)

I Introduction: Physical Activity and Injury Risk

Heart and Stroke Foundation Stroke Report 2014: Death rates from stroke have greatly decreased over past 10 years, but with an aging population and an increase in younger people having strokes, can the system keep up?

Contents

I Introduction
II Stroke can happen at any age
III Improvements in care and treatment
IV Coordinated care
V Specialized units, specialized care
VI The power of technology
VII Rehabilitation
VIII Prevention
IX Involving patients and families
X Conclusion
XI Resources

--submitted by Ian Joiner, Patrice Lindsay and Stephanie Lawrence

Imagine Men’s Health Study – Health and Well-being among Gay and Bisexual Men of Colour in Toronto: Intersections of Body Image, Racism, Homophobia, and Gender Roles

Contents

I Introduction
II Study objectives
III Study context
IV Phase 1: Qualitative interviews
V Phase 2: Online survey
VI Study implications
VII Notes and resources

Conference - Mental Health and Substance Use Forum for Schools, Colleges & Universities

Toronto, Ontario
June 4&5, 2014

Enhance student well-being and safety. Identify co-occurring substance use and mental health problems

Early detection of mental health illness is crucial in preventing substance use and mental health problems from continuing into adulthood. Improve your understanding of concurrent disorders to transform your school's culture and improve student mental well-being.

Aboriginal Food Security in Northern Canada: An Assessment of the State of Knowledge

Contents

I Introduction
II The Panel’s Approach to the Assessment
III Key Findings
IV Promising Practices to Build Food Security, Food Sovereignty, Health, and Wellness
V Conclusion

Submitted by Council of Canadian Academies

I Introduction

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