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2009-642

View this issue online: http://www.ohpe.ca/epublish/1/v2009n642.



Each year the OHPE invites organizations and individuals working in health promotion to reflect on the past 12 months and make some predictions about the implications for the coming year. This week, we have the first part of our reflections piece and the final OHPE feature article for 2009. Our final newsletter of the year will be next Friday, December 18, and we will return on January 8 -- 2010! -- with our usual news, jobs, and announcements, as well as the second half of this annual collection of community reflections.



We always welcome your feedback on our feature articles--including topics you'd like to see--news about old colleagues and new colleagues, and comments on our newsletter and searchable database of health promotion information. Read our complete submission guidelines at http://www.ohpe.ca/submission-guide and write to [email protected]ca.

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2009
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642
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20091211
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Junior Scientist - Intervention Research & Development, Program Training and Consultation Centre

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Toronto, Ontario
No deadline noted

Vacancy: Junior Scientist - Intervention Research & Development
Reports To: Manager, Program Training and Consultation Centre
Location: Downtown Toronto Subway Location on University Ave
Status: Full-Time Time Permanent Employment
Quantity: One hire is planned for opportunity

Position Summary:

Project Coordinator, Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition

Toronto, Ontario
Deadline December 18, 2009

Position: Project Coordinator
Hours of work: 35 hours per week
Term: Full time employment; one year contract with potential for renewal
Closing date: 5:00 p.m. EST, December 18, 2009
Salary Range: $25.00-27.50/per hour, depending on qualifications, plus benefits
Location: 2 Carlton St., Suite 1810, Toronto M5B 1J3
Anticipated Start Date: January 18, 2010

New Online Resource--My Heart&Stroke Blood Pressure Action PlanTM

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Introducing the new, user-friendly design of My Heart&Stroke Blood Pressure Action PlanTM!

The purpose of this tool is to support users who want to self-manage their high blood pressure or hypertension. Check out our new site visit http://www.heartandstroke.ca/bplogin

We hope you'll love the new look and quick links we've added to help you get the most out of every visit.

As soon as you log in, the "quick reference" home page makes it fast and easy to access the tool's helpful resources so you can:

Looking forward / looking back 2009: Reflections on the year that was and the year coming

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Contents

I Introduction
II Ministry of Health Promotion
III 2009: A bad year for health promotion? Will 2010 be better?
IV Health Promotion, Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention at the Ontario Agency for Health Protection and Promotion
V Health Nexus
VI The Health Communications Unit, 6 mandates, 6 observations
VII Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada (CDPAC) year in review

I Introduction

Early Bird Registration Extended--Second Annual Ottawa Conference: State of the Art Clinical Approaches to Smoking Cessation

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Deadline December 15, 2009

The Second Annual Ottawa Conference: State of the Art Clinical Approaches to Smoking Cessation
January 22-23, 2010

  • Hear from smoking cessation experts
  • Network with other health professionals
  • Learn of current and emerging concepts

Don't wait to register! Please visit the What's New? section of the Ottawa Model for Smoking Cessation website for the conference brochure and registration form: http://www.ottawamodel.ca/.

Services Available from the Healthy Communities Consortium: Helping to Build Healthy Communities

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The Healthy Communities Consortium, funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion, offers capacity building services to organizations and groups that are eligible and interested in applying for a grant from the local/regional stream of the Healthy Communities Fund.

The Healthy Communities Consortium is a collaboration of five organizations that together have more than 25 years experience in health promotion.

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