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2011-717

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volume: 
2011
number: 
717
pubdate: 
20110729
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eid: 
721

Child and Youth Mental Health Matters: First National Parental Mental Health Conference, First International Young Carers Congress, Third International World Congress on Children of Parents with Mental Illness

Sections: 

Vancouver, British Columbia
May 6-8, 2012

This conference brings together an interdisciplinary group of professionals working in the field of mental health with young people and parents and other stakeholders to share knowledge and experiences related to child and youth mental health. There are three themes woven through the conferences: Parental Mental Health, Children of Parents with Mental Illness and Young Carers.

Public Health Policy Analyst, Niagara Region

Sections: 

Thorold, Ontario
Deadline August 17, 2011

Job Opening ID: 7550  
# Required: 1

Business Unit: Public Health
Division: Chronic Disease & Injury Prevention
Location: Headquarters Campbell East

Standard Hours: 35.00 / week
Full/Part Time: Full-Time  
Regular/Temporary: Regular

Salary Grade: 5 Non-Union
Salary Range: $ 64,038.00 - $ 75,339.00

Post Date: 2011-07-28
Close Date: 2011-08-17

Job Summary

Vice President, Research and Health Promotion, Heart and Stroke Foundation BC & Yukon

Sections: 

Vancouver, British Columbia
Deadline August 13, 2011

Reports to:  CEO, HSF BC and Yukon

Description of Position:

Heart and Stroke Foundation BC & Yukon is seeking a Vice President, Research and Health Promotion to provide leadership to its research and health promotions activities. As the authoritative voice on heart disease and stroke, he/she will be responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating research and health promotion programs in accordance with the Foundation’s goal and objectives.

Health Promotion Specialist, Knowledge Broker, Program Training and Consultation Centre

Sections: 

Toronto, Ontario
Closed - no longer accepting applications
    
Reports to: Team Lead, Knowledge Development & Exchange, PTCC and Manager, PTCC
Location: Downtown Toronto Subway location on University Ave
Status: Full-Time Permanent Employment 
No. of Vacancies: One hire

Position Summary:

Research Coordinator I, Centre for Research on Inner City Health, St. Michael's Hospital, Corporate Staffing Strategies

Sections: 

Mississauga, Ontario
No deadline noted

The Peel Cancer Screening Study is a multi-phase community-research collaboration with the goal to develop ethno-culturally relevant programs to increase the use of breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer screening among South Asians in Peel, Ontario.  Partners on the project include Cancer Care Ontario, Peel Public Health, Punjabi Community Health Services, and the Centre for Research on Inner City Health at St Michael’s Hospital. Funding has been provided by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.

RFP--Community Research, Healthy Communities Partnership: Lanark, Leeds and Grenville

Sections: 

Smiths Falls, Ontario
Deadline August 12, 2011

RFP for Community Research

Background:

The Healthy Communities Partnership: Lanark, Leeds and Grenville (HCP: LLG) requires research assistance for the development, adoption and implementation of public policy to support healthy communities in Lanark, Leeds and Grenville. The focus will be on:

Research Project Coordinator, Committee for Accessible Aids Treatment, Regent Park Community Health Centre

Sections: 

Toronto, Ontario
Deadline August 10, 2011

A very busy community-based, non-profit organization, serving a diverse community,
and an equal-opportunity employer

Internal / External Posting

The Regent Park Community Health Centre is a community-based primary health organization.  It provides a mix of medical, nursing, social work, community health, community development, early childhood development, youth support and other services to a diverse community with complex health and social issues in downtown Toronto.  

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