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In this week's feature, Benjamin Rempel (Public Health Ontario) and Jayne Morrish (Ontario Injury Prevention Resource Centre, Parachute) provide an overview of emerging research, programs, and priorities related to teens, alcohol, and road safety.

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Developmental Evaluation: A Workshop for Teams, Sustainability Network and Innoweave


Toronto, Ontario
December 5, 2013

8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
CSI Spadina, 215 Spadina Avenue

The workshop is intended for organizations that are seriously considering using a developmental evaluation (DE) approach and would like to learn more. Specifically, the session will help leaders of nonprofits and charities to:

OLTCA Fall Symposium 2013


Markham, Ontario
November 25-26, 2013

Hilton Suites Toronto / Markham Hotel and Conference Centre.
Keynote Speaker:

  • Jeffrey Simpson, "Why Canada's Health Care System Needs To Be Dragged Into The 21st Century"

Other Program Highlights:

November 25

  • Reception & Dinner: Honorary Member Presentations

November 26 

Research contracts and agreements: What you need to know, Research Ethics Discussion Groups Brown Bag Presentation, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health


[Ed: Unfortunately, this event was cancelled on Octtober 16 due to unforseen circumstances]

Speakers: Robin Poole and Victor So, Legal Services, CAMH

Bring your lunch.  Coffee, tea and cookies will be served.

Questions? Please write to, Manager, Research Ethics Office.

Building Blocks: A CATIE webinar series


October-December 2013

CATIE’s Building Blocks webinar series introduces and explains some of the basic terms and concepts about HIV and Hepatitis C for people living with one or both of these viruses and the service providers who work with them. The series will focus on how these viruses affect the body, how they are diagnosed, and how treatment works. Each webinar is a summary of the key information and content presented in CATIE’s more in-depth educational workshops provided across the country.

Because Trauma Matters: Free Information Sessions about Trauma-Informed Practices in Services for Substance-Involved Women


October & December 2013

Why Attend?

Trauma is widespread among substance-involved women and has profound and long-lasting impacts. These free information sessions will help to build knowledge of trauma-informed practices, introduce participants to the comprehensive guidelines published in Trauma Matters, and help build an understanding of how they can be used to improve services for women.

Who Should Attend?


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