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2016-928

View this issue online: http://www.ohpe.ca/epublish/1/v2016n927.



In this week's feature article, Sophie Rosa discusses the challenges -- and offers solutions -- in the evaluation of health communication campaigns.



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volume: 
2016
number: 
928
pubdate: 
20160311
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eid: 
941

Alcohol: Is our favourite drug a carcinogen? Toronto Cancer Prevention Coalition-Alcohol Working Group

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Toronto, Ontario
June 13, 2016

8:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Room 132, 500 University Avenue

The goals of this forum are to:

  • increase awareness of alcohol as a carcinogen;
  • encourage participants to discuss related issues and initiatives in their communities; and
  • brainstorm on next steps.

Presenters include:

The 10th Annual Jane's Walk Festival

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Worldwide
May 6-8, 2016

Has your city joined the movement yet?

New cities around the world keep signing up to join Jane's Walk! Recent additions to the global network include Tehran and Qazvin, in Iran; Cincinnati, OH, in the U.S.; Recife, Brazil; and Durres, Puka and Tirana, in Albania.

Want to bring Jane's Walks to your neighbourhood or city? Find your city on our list -- if it's not there, or if "Jane Jacobs" is listed as City Organizer, get in touch: http://janeswalk.org/information/cities/.

Survey Design and Analysis for Program Evaluation, Harry Cummings and Associates

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Toronto, Ontario
May 4-5, 2016

We are pleased to offer this two-day workshop on survey design and analysis methodologies for program evaluation. Topics to be discussed include identifying the scope of your survey, designing survey questions, disseminating surveys, quantitative analysis, qualitative analysis, and how to report your survey results as part of your evaluation.

Limited seating. Register by April 1st!

We are also available to facilitate in-house workshops hosted at your organization on the topic of your choosing.

Logic Models: Theory to practice, Public Health Ontario

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Online
March 30, 2016

10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

​A logic model is a graphical illustration of a program’s resources, activities and expected outcomes. These models help simplify complex relationships and demonstrate the logical flow of program development and intended end results.
 
Logic models are valuable tools that can be used throughout the lifecycle of a program or an initiative. In public health logic models are used during:

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