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2006-446

Today's feature article is from Nancy Dubois of THCU’s Supporting Comprehensive Workplace Health Promotion Project and provides an overview of the Catalogue of Situational Assessment Tools.

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volume: 
2006
number: 
446
pubdate: 
20060113
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eid: 
446

New Resource--A Women's Guide for Understanding Evidence about Health and Health Care

Sections: 

A Women's Guide for Understanding Evidence about Health and Health Care
from the National Coordinating Group on Health Care Reform and Women is
available for download at  http://www.cewh-cesf.ca/PDF/health_reform/evidenceEN.pdf
(link opens PDF file). In this guide we want to provide women with
tools to assess arguments and evidence about women, health and health
care reforms.  Our aim is to help women make their own informed
decisions.

Public Health Core Competencies Initiative Consultation Process

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The Federal, Provincial and Territorial Public Health Human Resources
Task Group developed 62 draft core competencies.  Now it is time
for public health professionals to shape them by determining their
relevancy and applicability to public health practice.  Have you
wondered how the OPHA Public Health Core Competencies Initiative will
ensure there is adequate input into these competencies to determine if
there are enough, too many or the right ones established? 

Comprehensive Workplace Health Promotion: Recommended and Promising Practices for Situational Assessment Tools

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Contents

I Introduction/Overview

II Steps/Process/Key Points

III Results of the Review Process

IV Example or tips for practical application

V Conclusion/Next Steps

VI References

- by Nancy Dubois, Consultant, Comprehensive Workplace Health Promotion Project, The Health Communication Unit

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