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Annual Neurotrauma Funding


Dedicated to reducing the incidence, prevalence and impact of Neurotrauma injuries, the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation (ONF) has $ 5,000,000 for injury prevention, rehabilitation and biomedical research of spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries.

Eligibility Criteria: If you are employed by, established at, or sponsored by a non-profit organization that has a Federal Registration or Tax Exemption number, you are eligible to apply for funding through the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation

OPC Workshops - Available for Community Partners Across Ontario


OPC presents a series of workshops that are offered for free throughout Ontario. In order to maximize local opportunity and participation we are attempting to find interested community organizations who wish to partner with us, and co-host the event. No cost will be incurred for the community organizations who are interested in becoming our partners. Multi-sectoral participation is encouraged.

Making Collaboration Work - different kinds of partnerships, elements that contribute to establishing a meaningful collaboration

Resource Networking - help close gap between your needs (for funding & resources) and available resources in your community

Organizational Health Check-Up - a 5 level

FAS/E resources on the Internet


A. Introduction

B. Government health departments and agencies

C. Research and/or policy

D. Not-for-profit organizations on FAS

By Christine Marton, Ph.D. Candidate

Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto

Christine Marton is a third year doctoral candidate at the Faculty of Information Studies at the University of Toronto. Her academic background is in human biology (B.Sc., M.Sc.) secondary science education (B.Ed.), and information science (M.I.St). Christine's research area is women's health information-seeking behaviour on the World Wide Web.

Please note that this review has been shortened for the OHPE bulletin. The full review will be available next week on the OHPE website at


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