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2017-973

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volume: 
2017
number: 
973
pubdate: 
20170331
published: 
eid: 
987

Understanding the Healing Brain; Howie, Sacks & Henry Personal Injury Law and Henderson Structured Settlements

Sections: 

Toronto, Ontario
May 24, 2017

Toronto Marriott Bloor Yorkville Hotel, 90 Bloor St East

This full day conference gives attendees a look at how brain injury survivors are getting help and hope through medical, legal and insurance communities.  The conference not only provides attendees with the latest research and outcomes of brain science, but also explores how adopting new treatments and approaches are evolving to better meet the needs of brain injury survivors. 

RFP--PTCC Conflict Management, CCO

Sections: 

Toronto, Ontario
Deadline May 15, 2017

Cancer Care Ontario (CCO) invites the submission of proposals for RFP2017-36 PTCC Conflict Management.

CCO is issuing this RFP (Request for Proposal) for the purposes of engaging a vendor that will provide training services (based on requests) to public health department tobacco enforcement personnel.

The RFP can be obtained via two methods:

Bone Fit™ Workshops, Osteoporosis Canada

Sections: 

Pickering, Ontario
May 13 and 14, 2017

Pickering Sports Medicine Wellness Centre

Bone Fit™ is an evidence-informed exercise training workshop. This workshop is designed for healthcare professionals & exercise practitioners to provide training on the most appropriate, safe & effective methods to prescribe & progress exercise for people with osteoporosis.

Instructor: Dr. Judi Laprade - Lead Trainer

Participatory Data Analysis for Evaluators: Data Parties and Dabbling in the Data, Community Solutions Planning & Evaluation

Sections: 

Online
May 9 and 16, 2017

10:00 to 11:30 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time

Participatory data analysis with stakeholders (also known as data parties, sense-making sessions, results-briefings, and data-driven reviews) is an important, but often under-utilized, tool for promoting evaluation use.  In this interactive webinar learn how to organize and facilitate a "data party", as well as tips and techniques that set the stage for success.  

Associate Medical Officer of Health; Office of the MOH; Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Public Health

Sections: 

Kingston, Ontario
Deadline April 28, 2017

Full Time

Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Public Health is a local public health agency in eastern Ontario, with over 200 staff and 150 volunteers who deliver public health programs and services to the people of the KFL&A area.

Public Health Nurse, Northwestern Health Unit

Sections: 

Dryden, Ontario
Deadline April 19, 2017

Working together for longer lives, lived well.

We are committed to providing accommodations for persons with disabilities. If you require accommodation at any stage of the process, we will work with you to meet your needs.

Position: Public Health Nurse, #2017-01

Terms: Term Contract, Full-time, 35 hours per week for one year
                                                          
Location: Dryden, ON

Position Summary:

Social Worker/Therapist, Quest Community Health Centre

Sections: 

St. Catharines, Ontario
No deadline noted

Full-time position

Quest Community Health Centre is a not-for-profit, interdisciplinary, health care organization.  We are one of 73 government funded Community Health Centres in Ontario.  Our holistic model of care focuses on primary care, illness prevention, health promotion, community capacity building, and services integration, while taking into account underlying conditions such as poverty, housing problems, unemployment and poor diet.

HC Link Online Discussion--Improve the Built Environment to Promote Food Access in your community!

Sections: 

Online
April 13, 2017 

10:00-11:00 a.m. ET

How our community is built has a great influence on our health. Ensuring that our communities’ built environment can provide adequate access to nutritious food is one way that we can positively affect our health. This might include preserving agricultural land, protecting/encouraging smaller food stores (being mindful of the effect of big box retail), urban agriculture solutions like community and rooftop gardens, as well as other micro interventions such as food trucks, and community kitchens.

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