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Online training session: Program Evaluation for Community-based Tobacco Control

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January 27, 2011

The Program Training and Consultation Centre (PTCC), in collaboration with The Health Communication Unit (THCU), would like to invite you to an online introductory training session on Program Evaluation for Community-based Tobacco Control.

Public health practitioners working on Comprehensive Tobacco Control (CTC) will gain knowledge and develop skills to support program evaluation for CTC.

Southwest Tobacco Control Area Network Manager, Middlesex-London Health Unit.

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London, Ontario
Deadline: December 23, 2010

Smoke-Free Strategy - Posting #SWTCANMgr-1210/01
Location: London, Ontario with travel across southwestern Ontario

The Middlesex-London Health Unit, as the lead public health agency for the Smoke Free Ontario Strategy involving nine Health Units across Southwestern Ontario, invites applications for the Southwest Tobacco Control Area Network Manager (SW TCAN Manager) position.

The 2010 Driven to Quit Challenge: motivating Ontarians to make a quit attempt

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I Introduction
II The Canadian Cancer Society and tobacco control
III About The Driven to Quit Challenge
IV Integrating with partners
V How The Challenge was promoted
VI Evaluation and lessons learned

-- submitted by Krista Bennett Senior Coordinator, Communications, Canadian Cancer Society Smokers’ Helpline

I Introduction

Upcoming Events Related to OHPE Feature Article 629

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CAN-ADAPTT Guidelines Revision Meeting
November 1, 2009
Montréal, Québec, Canada

CAN-ADAPTT’s 2nd Annual General Meeting will be held as a pre-conference workshop at the 6th National Conference on Tobacco or Health in Montréal, Quebec. To register for this workshop visit http://www.can-adaptt.net. If you have any questions, contact [email protected]

CAN-ADAPTT: Canadian Action Network for the Advancement, Dissemination and Adoption of Practice-Informed Tobacco Treatment

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I Introducing CAN-ADAPTT
II Features
III Using CAN-ADAPTT: Getting Started
IV CAN-ADAPTT’s Seed Grant Opportunity
V Why Focus on Clinical Practice Guidelines?
VI Wiki, wiki what? – CAN-ADAPTT’s Wiki-guidelines
VII Benefits
VIII Conclusion

--submitted by Tamar Meyer, MA, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto

I Introducing CAN-ADAPTT

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