Community News


12 Aug #MakeItBetter

The Ontario Public Health Association is thrilled to be launching the Make It Better initiative to address the health impacts of climate change. Developed in partnership with leading health organizations including the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO), the initiative will give parents and health...

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26 Jun OPHA Launches Climate Change Initiative

Climate change is a health emergency. It contributes to the spread of tick that carries lyme disease and the increasing cases of asthma trigger related illness. ⁣⁣⁣⁣OPHA has launched an exciting initiative called #MakeItBetter to provide a health lens to climate change. ⁣⁣You, and anyone, can...

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17 Jun Evidence-Informed Public Health

Evidence-Informed Public Health (EIPH), the process of using the best available evidence from research, context, and experience in practice, can help you adapt to changes in public health practice. Click here to read more about how the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and...

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15 Apr 2019-2020 CHNIG Board of Directors

The CHNIG Board is pleased to announce the 2019-2020 Board Members: President – May Tao President Elect – Susan Tam Secretary – Claire Alexander Treasurer – Suzana Tavares Communications Website – Austin White Communications Social Media – Kelly Huang Professional Practice Home Health – Kay McGarvey Professional Practice Public Health – Karen Parkinson Team co-leader Research,...

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25 Feb Now taking applications for CHNIG Board of Director Positions

The Community Health Nurses' Initiatives Group (CHNIG) Nominating Committee is seeking applications for experienced, committed, skilled individuals to join the CHNIG Board of Directors for the 2019-2021 term.  We are seeking nominees who are passionate about community health nursing and will lead CHNIG into the future. The Call for Nominations is for the following CHNIG Board...

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25 Feb NRIG Webinar – March 26th

Preparing for a Career in Academia: What to Consider, When to Apply and What to Expect Credentials: Melissa Kimber, PhD Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences at McMaster University and Core Member of the Offord Centre for Child Studies March 26th from 1200h -...

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