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2010-651

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RFP--Web-Based Knowledge Exchange in Timiskaming

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Timiskaming, Ontario
Deadline March 31, 2010

Project Overview

Develop a bilingual web-based knowledge exchange tool to facilitate sharing, linkages, alignment, and integration of efforts among community partners for sustainable population health promotion in Timiskaming.

Submission Process

An electronic copy of the proposal is due March 31, 2010 (mongeona(at)timiskaminghu(dot)com) by 5:00 p.m., with paper copy to follow.

ISO 14001 for NGOs: Creating a Path towards Sustainability

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Toronto, Ontario
March 24, 2010

9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

215 Spadina Avenue, Alterna Room, 4th Floor

Are you looking for the best system that will track, measure, explain your greening efforts and show that you walk the talk? This session is designed to help you create your own Environmental Management System conforming to ISO 14001(the Canadian and International standard).

In this one-day hands-on intensive workshop you will develop an environmental management tool that will enable any size or type of organization to:

Registered Dietitian, Barrie Community Health Centre

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Barrie, Ontario
No deadline noted

Maternity Leave (1 FTE)

The Barrie Community Health Centre is looking for a registered dietitian to: perform nutritional assessments, develop client-focused nutritional plans, provide health education/counselling and perform other clinical activities according to the College of Dietitians of Ontario standards of practice. In addition, the Dietitian will assist with Good Food Box and Young Families programming.

Qualifications include:

RFP--Consultant, Resource Developer for Behaviour Change/Social Change Theories Training/Education

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Toronto, Ontario
Deadline March 12, 2010

The Nutrition Resource Center is looking for a consultant to develop a Training / Education Resource on the behaviour change / social change theories that are incorporated into the Colour It Up program.

The deliverables for this project will include the development of a print resource and participation in a webcast training session. Work on this project must be completed by July 31, 2010.

Research Associate, KFL&A Public Health

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Kingston, Ontario
Deadline March 12, 2010

Division: Research & Education

Position Summary:

Supports the missions of KFL&A Public Health, Research and Education Division and Queen’s University by engaging in programs of teaching and research. Also promotes and supports a critical, scientific approach to program planning and evaluation within KFL&A Public Health. The Research Associate may concentrate on one area of responsibility and participates in the overall planning and decision-making of the Research and Education Division.

CHNET Fireside Chats in March 2010

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Online
March 2010

All events are 1:00-2:30 p.m. (EST) unless otherwise noted.

Info Tech and Health Promotion: online meeting options..and whats keeping us?
Advisors on Tap: Robyn Kalda, Health Nexus, and Mary Graham, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
March 3, 2010

CNA - AQHI a tool for nurses to address air pollution
Advisor on Tap: Della Faulkner, CAN, and Dr. Alan Abelsohn Medical Epidemiologist, Health Canada
March 4, 2010

How Can health-evidence.ca Help Me?

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Online

March 2, 2010

1:00–2:00 p.m. (EST)

Have you ever thought, “Wouldn’t it be great if good quality reviews evaluating the effectiveness of interventions relevant to me were all located in one place?” Register now for health-evidence.ca’s live webcast and learn how easy it is to search for and identify research evidence relevant to your decision making.

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