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2014-845

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In this week's feature, David J. Brennan and Rusty Souleymanov report on the Imagine Men’s Health Study – Health and Well-being among Gay and Bisexual Men of Colour in Toronto. In their final section, they note "The results of the qualitative phase of the study highlighted how multiple forms of oppression (e.g., racism, colonialism, sexism, homophobia) intersected with one another to impact the body image and overall well-being of GBM of colour."

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2014
number: 
845
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20140606
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Consensus Development Conference on Improving Mental Health Transitions, Institute of Health Economics

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November 4-6, 2014
Edmonton, Alberta
 
The Institute of Health Economics, in collaboration with the Government of Alberta and with support from Alberta Health Services (AHS) will host the Consensus Development Conference on Improving Mental Health Transitions in Edmonton, Alberta, from November 4 - 6, 2014.
 
The 3-day conference will be of interest to anyone with an interest in severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI), including social workers, nurses, clinicians, policy-makers, managers, researchers, and students.

Ophea's Healthy Schools Conference 2014

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October 16 & 17, 2014
Toronto, Ontario

Allstream Centre

Join us for an invaluable professional learning experience that will present essential information and new insights on ways to support the healthy active living of children and youth.

The conference provides elementary and secondary teachers, administrators, health and physical education consultants, public health professionals, and community leaders the chance to participate in:

Collective Impact Summit, Tamarack

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Toronto, Ontario
October 6-10, 2014

Is your organization looking to change your community? Are you trying to bring together teams but are constantly frustrated by the outcomes and are looking for a better way? Collective Impact is a proven approach for making large-scale change possible. The first-ever Collective Impact Summit is happening this October and you are invited.

Trauma Essentials, CAST Canada

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St Catharines, Ontario
July 9, 2014

Do you see people that are inexplicably stuck with Addiction, Housing, Employment or Other Issues? Or people that are unaccountably and perpetually angry? Do you feel frustrated and wish you had ways to help them get unstuck?
 
Gather a new, deep and real understanding of addiction and receive a set of practical, usable trauma informed tools that will help you be more comfortable and effective in your work.

Learn Safe, Productive Ways To Move Ahead.

The Soil That Feeds Us: Cultivating Healthier Food and a Healthier Environment on the Farm, Healthy Food Action

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Online
June 26, 2014

12:00-1:00 p.m. ET

This Healthy Food Action webinar will bring together emerging perspectives from farming, soil science and public health, and will discuss both how farmers improve soil health and resiliency, and the ways in which healthier soil produces healthier food, including links between bacterial flora in the human gut and bacteria in animals, soil and the broader environment.

Registered Nurse (RN) – Forensic Psychiatry, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton

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Hamilton, Ontario
Deadline June 20, 2014

Our client, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton (SJHH) is a premier academic and research healthcare organization committed to making a difference in people’s lives and creating a lasting future for their community through integrated health services and internationally recognized programs. The newly redeveloped West 5th Campus offers expanded integrated health services and mental health and addiction care, providing specialized tertiary care to those living with mental illness.  

Registered Nurses (RN) – Mental Health, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton

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Hamilton, Ontario
Deadline June 20, 2014

Our client, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton (SJHH) is a premier academic and research healthcare organization committed to making a difference in people’s lives and creating a lasting future for their community through integrated health services and internationally recognized programs. The newly redeveloped West 5th Campus offers expanded integrated health services and mental health and addiction care, providing specialized tertiary care to those living with mental illness.

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