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Workshops and Presentations

The team at NCCEH regularly presents at environmental health events across Canada in addition to organizing workshops and meetings on various developing topics. A select listing of our presentations made at conferences and other meetings is available here.

Please contact us to find out if we can contribute to an upcoming event.

How the “Tick Talk” works for communicating risk awareness

Climate changes are expanding the areas where ticks can survive and thrive across Canada. The number of Canadians contracting tick-borne diseases, such as Lyme Disease and Anaplasmosis, is also increasing. As a result, educating Canadians on how to prevent tick bites is becoming increasingly important.  This presentation details an animated tick awareness program, aimed specifically at children, that was developed in conjunction with the BCCDC.


PDF icon NCCEH_Communicating_Tick_Awareness_EN(rev).pdf

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BCIT Environmental Health Student Presentations 2017

The BCCDC/NCCEH Environmental Health Seminar Series provides an opportunity for learning and knowledge exchange on a variety of environmental health topics. The seminars can be attended in-person or online.

PDF icon 2017-06-29_EH_Seminar_Risk_lead_exposure_drinking_water_child_care_facilities-Quach.pdf, PDF icon 2017-06-29_EH_Seminar_Lead_analysis_in_drinking_water_of_daycares-Lin.pdf, PDF icon 2017-06-29_EH_Seminar_Mobi_bike_share_program-Moore.pdf

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Communicating the Risk of Infectious Diseases in a Changing Climate

A changing climate brings the threat of emerging, new infectious diseases and the resurgence of old infectious outbreaks. To ensure that public health professionals and policy makers receive timely information, effective risk communication must be used.

NCCEH and NCCID jointly presented a webinar last year that provided different perspectives on communicating risk in an “environment of change". The objectives of the webinar were to:

present a range of perspectives on good risk communication for public health stakeholders and to discuss how public health can contribute to effective messaging by providing some examples of emerging and resurging infectious diseases in the context of a changing climate.


SoundCloud recording of presentation

PDF icon NCCEH-NCCID Webinar Ticks_Risk_Communication Nicol.pdf, PDF icon Webinar_2017 Lessons learned from previous outbreaks West Nile virus-Elmieh (1).pdf, PDF icon Webinar_2017 Communicating Climate Change-Stephen (1).pdf

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Efficacy of some sanitizers or alternatives on food contact surfaces?

Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors (Manitoba Branch) 2009 Annual Educational Conference

Efficacy of some sanitizers or alternatives on food contact surfaces?

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Water-borne Disease Outbreaks in Canadian Small Drinking Water Systems

TB and Housing

Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) 2012 Annual Conference


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