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How can public health shape inequitable social environments to promote positive mental health?

Join your fellow community members from November 18-22 in talking about positive mental health from a health equity perspective. Log into NCCDH Health Equity Clicks community to participate The discussion will be facilitated by Health Equity Clicks: Community member Lorie Laroche, MSW, RSW, research and development officer, social worker, and part-time professor, David C. Onley Initiative/...

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Social Isolation and the Built Environment - Can Housing Form Play a Role?

Social isolation is an increasingly important issue in Canada which has been associated with negative health outcomes such as depression, anxiety, and cognitive decline among those with dementia. In this webinar we will briefly explore the state of knowledge around built environment and what is being done regarding social isolation. We will focus on exploring how housing forms, such as co-ops...

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A local food environment policy framework: How to take action and measure change in Ontario

Government policies targeting the availability, affordability, and marketing of foods can shape the food environment. Local governments are often the first to implement innovative healthy food policies; however the implementation of such policies in Canadian jurisdictions is not well documented.  This session will summarize current policies supporting healthy Canadian and American municipal food...

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Building Safe & Inclusive Communities: The Public Health Approach

The annual conference is designed to help attendees learn new methods of fostering safe, healthy and inclusive communities by showcasing the latest work and research within the realm of public health and beyond. Some topics that will be discussed include: Violence prevention at the individual & societal level, health equity, health literacy, fostering healthy relationships, keeping...

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Public Health 2020

Public Health 2020 is the national conference where public health professionals, researchers, policy-makers, academics, students and trainees come together to strengthen efforts to improve health and well-being, to share the latest research and information, to promote best practices and to advocate for public health issues and policies grounded in research.

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The Ontario Public Health Conference (TOPHC)

All sessions at TOPHC have been organized thematically in the following educational pathways:   Communicable Disease Effective Public Health Practice Healthy Eating Healthy Environments Health Equity Healthy Growth and Development Immunization Indigenous Health Infection Prevention and Control Injury Prevention School Health Substance Use and Harm Reduction   Full Day Workshops on Day Three of...

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The Ontario Public Health Convention (TOPHC)

TOPHC 2019 will explore how strategy, leadership and practice align to address changes in the public health sector. Discover tools and approaches to move knowledge into practice, refresh your knowledge at thought-provoking sessions and collaborate with colleagues motivated to build healthier and more sustainable communities. 

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Supporting health equity through healthy built environments

This webinar will focus on how health equity can be supported through the built environment and how community planning and design can incorporate factors to address health inequities. Several resources will be highlighted, including the BCCDC FACT SHEET: Supporting Health Equity Through the Built Environment, which offers evidence-informed principals to support health equity through...

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