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In this week's feature article, the Ontario Injury Prevention Resource Centre introduces their publication Highlighting Injury Prevention in Ontario: It’s Worth the Investment – an accessible and adaptable document for injury prevention practitioners and advocates.

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Bone Fit™ Workshops, Osteoporosis Canada


February, March, and May, 2018

[Ed: Chatham-Kent event dates updated January 26]

Do you work with clients with osteoporosis? Bone Fit™ is an evidence-informed exercise training workshop designed for healthcare professionals & exercise practitioners who work with clients with osteoporosis.
Osteoporosis Canada will be hosting the next Bone Fit™ Workshops at the following locations:

Preventing Substance Use Amongst Youth: A National Success Story from Iceland, Waterloo Region Crime Prevention Council


Kitchener, Ontario
February 15, 2018

7:00-9:00 p.m.
Kitchener Public Library Main Branch

With Dr. Alfgeir Kristjansson and local experts

Iceland began ‘upstream’ prevention initiatives in the mid-1990s and to date they have seen substantial reductions in the use of cannabis, alcohol and tobacco amongst youth. Compared with Canada and European countries, Iceland’s prevalence rates are significantly lower. What are the key elements of their sustained success that could boost upstream prevention efforts in Canada?

Standards Development Specialist Job Posting, National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities


Ottawa, Ontario
No deadline noted

Who We Are:

Founded in 1995, the National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities (NAPRA) is a not-for-profit association of provincial and territorial pharmacy regulatory bodies. Our members regulate the practice of pharmacy professionals and operation of pharmacies in their respective jurisdictions across Canada.

Brief Action Planning Workshop--Free Professional Development for Healthcare Providers, Central West Self-Management Program


Central West Ontario
February and March 2018

Brief Action Planning (BAP) is a tool composed of a series of 3 questions and 5 skills used to facilitate patient goal setting and action planning within the limited time available for appointments and interventions. BAP is designed to help patients experiencing ambivalence and/or low confidence to set achievable action plans.


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