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2012-759

In this week's issue, Brian Cugelman contributes a feature article on digital behaviour change interventions and how they work.



We 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 editor@ohpe.ca.

volume: 
2012
number: 
759
pubdate: 
20120706
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eid: 
764

Health Promotion Coordinator, Public Health Ontario

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Toronto, Ontario
Deadline July 9, 2012

Organizational  Overview:

Public Health Ontario (“PHO”) is an arm's-length government agency dedicated to protecting and promoting the health of all Ontarians and reducing inequities in health. As a hub organization, PHO links public health practitioners, front-line health workers and researchers to the best scientific intelligence and knowledge from
around the world.

Guide to Knowledge Translation Planning at CIHR: Integrated and End-of-Grant Approaches

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CIHR has developed a new KT Guide to assist with the writing and reviewing of grants.  Integrated and end-of-grant approaches are described in detail with case studies that bring the concepts to life and worksheets that will help guide your thinking and planning.

The KT Guide is available on the CIHR website at www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/45321.html or in hard copy by request to kt-ac@cihr.gc.ca.

 

Funding Opportunity--Partnerships for Health Systems Improvement (2012-2013)

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Deadline November 1, 2012

Partnerships for Health System Improvement (PHSI) is Canada's premier health services and policy research competition — and with its strong emphasis on partnerships and knowledge translation it is also a major resource for managers and policy makers who want relevant research to inform their decision-making.

New Program--Bounce Back & Thrive, RIRO

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We're proud to announce the arrival of  Bounce Back & Thrive (BBT)!

BBT is an evolving evidence-based resiliency skills training program for parents with children under the age of 8 years. It's a successful adaptation of Reaching IN...Reaching OUT (RIRO) resiliency skills training for professionals.

BBT helps parents build skills that increase their capacity to role model resilience in their daily interactions with their children.

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