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2017-979

View this issue online: http://www.ohpe.ca/edition/2017-979.

This week's feature is from Lina Sherazy, Dr. Susan Snelling, Kristin Read and Dr. Maureen Dobbins of the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools.  Their article provides an example of working through NCCMT's seven-step process for making evidence-informed public health decisions.

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volume: 
2017
number: 
979
pubdate: 
20170527
published: 
eid: 
993

Introduction to Motivational Interviewing, Ontario Society for Health and Fitness on behalf of the Lung Association

Sections: 

Toronto, Ontario
June 16, 2017

Ontario Society for Health and Fitness is happy to share that their Winter 2017 professional development opportunity is back by popular demand.

On behalf of the Lung Association of Ontario, ntario Society for Health and Fitness (OSHF) is again hosting a special one-day workshop introducing the technique(s) of Motivational Interviewing for health behaviour change.

Leadership Volunteers for the CIBC Run for the Cure, Canadian Cancer Society

Sections: 

Ontario
Various Deadlines

Interested in utilizing your network and skills by joining a committee? If the answer is yes, then the Canadian Cancer Society wants to hear from you! The CIBC Run for the Cure is currently looking for leaders across Ontario to get involved in the planning and implementation of this powerful event. 

Thinking Ahead: Making the Most of Your Strategic Planning Process, Sustainability Network

Sections: 

Toronto, Ontario
June 14, 2017

10:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m.
Centre for Social Innovation, Alterna Room (4th Floor), 215 Spadina Avenue

A day long training workshop with Sally Fazal and Lynn Fergusson of Social Impact Advisors (www.socialimpactadvisors.ca), an organization which works with not-for-profit organizations, foundations and companies to define and focus on the social impact they aim to achieve, and develop the strategies and actions to make it happen.

IT/DS Analyst (Harm Reduction System Administrator), Drug and Alcohol Treatment Information System, Provincial Support Services Program, CAMH

Sections: 

Toronto, Ontario
No deadline noted

IT/DS Analyst (Harm Reduction System Administrator)
Drug and Alcohol Treatment Information System (DATIS)
Provincial Support Services Program (PSSP)

Position Description:

Director, Public Health, Sudbury & District Health Unit

Sections: 

Sudbury, Ontario
Deadline June 12, 2017

Non-Union #17-35
Location: Sudbury Office
Salary: $108,290 - $124,560 annually
 
We are looking for a dynamic senior executive with superior skills in leadership and strategic thinking, as well as substantive public health knowledge and experience to improve health for all in our communities. Your superior communication skills will be essential to foster and maintain excellent internal and external relationships.

Position Summary:

Education Specialist, Public Health Ontario

Sections: 

Toronto, Ontario
Deadline June 7, 2016

Position Details

Position title: Education Specialist
Duration: One Year Term – Temporary
Location: 480 University Ave., Toronto, Ontario
Organization: Public Health Ontario
Department: Knowledge Exchange and Communications
Submission deadline: June 7, 2016
Salary: $63,330 to $89,163

Internal candidates will be considered first

Organizational Overview

Great people, exceptional teams building a stronger Public Health Ontario.

Public Health Inspectors, Middlesex-London Health Unit

Sections: 

London, Ontario
Deadline June 2, 2017

Public Health Inspector(s) (Temporary Full-Time Opportunities)
   
The Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) is offering rewarding opportunities to work in the Environmental Health and Infectious Diseases Division.  MLHU is looking to hire Public Health Inspectors for various temporary, full-time contracts with durations ranging from three to nine months.

Senior Health Information Analyst, Toronto Public Health

Sections: 

Toronto, Ontario
Deadline June 2, 2017

Full-Time Temporary (approx. 6 months)
$39.95 - $43.44 per hour

Reporting to the Manager, Health Informatics of the Communicable Disease Control (CDC) Directorate, the Senior Health Information Analyst will be responsible to support the migration and integration of CDC data sources into the Toronto Public Health Datamart Data Warehouse and to support operational, workload, and strategic reporting in the Directorate.

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