Community Change Festival (October 1-4, Toronto)
"Over 4 days, explore the 5 interconnected practices every changemaker needs to move from ideas, to practice, to impact."
crhesi  radar 
4 days ago
CYN: 2000 Words to Grow - Guide them by Example
"This summer, London's community literacy education campaign is tackling another important issue for families and children -- screen time -- and its relationship to literacy and family connections."
crhesi  radar 
4 days ago
HEAL: Introducing our Youth Advisory Council!
"The HEALab at Western University have been developing a Youth Advisory Council (HEAL YAC) that will include high school students from London, Ontario and surrounding areas. Through this council, we hope to involve youth voices, perspectives, and expertise in our research."
crhesi  radar 
4 days ago
SSHRC Special Call: Indigenous Research Capacity and Reconciliation—Connection Grants
"Indigenous Research Capacity and Reconciliation—Connection Grants support interdisciplinary events and outreach activities geared toward short-term, targeted knowledge mobilization initiatives to contribute to the CRCC-prioritized national dialogue."
crhesi  radar 
5 days ago
Call for proposals: CPHA Webinar Series on STBBIs and Related Stigma
"The Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) will be hosting a series of webinars throughout fall 2018 and winter 2019 to increase understanding of the stigma associated with sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBIs) as well as sexuality and/or substance use more broadly. As part of this webinar series, we are inviting the public health community and community based organizations to submit webinar proposals focused on understanding and reducing STBBI-related stigma."
crhesi  radar 
7 days ago
London Community Foundation seeks community input on belonging
"We want to know - what does belonging mean to you? We're hoping, with your permission, we might be able to include some insights from you and the community in our Vital Signs report (coming October 2018)!"
crhesi  radar  inclusion 
7 days ago
SickKids KT Program launches The KTPC Casebook: Building KT Friendly Organizations in Healthcare and Beyond
"Each case describes the organization’s KT program, their KT team, incentives and opportunities that enabled KT growth, barriers to KT and how they were overcome, practical tools, and insight on the future role and value of KT professionals."
crhesi  radar 
20 days ago
"Once a week, I wipe tears from my cellphone" (Legal Aid Ontario blog)
"About 8,000 women are in custody in Ontario prisons and correctional facilities...They are 'a minority in a system designed for men' with 'higher needs compared to male offenders,' says the Council of Elizabeth Fry Societies of Ontario."
crhesi  radar 
21 days ago
CCLA joins coalition calling for Ontario government to reinstate 2015 sex-ed curriculum
"The Canadian Civil Liberties Association...indicated that any effort by the Ontario Government to censor sex-education content on the basis of gender or sexual orientation will attract a legal challenge and it would send lawyers to prevent it..."
crhesi  radar 
21 days ago
RFP: Clinical Consultant Group and Individual
"SRCHC is seeking a consultant(s) to provide both group and individual clinical consultation to support the multi-focus social work/social service team at SRCHC. Applicants are welcome to apply for both opportunities."
crhesi  radar 
21 days ago
Hundreds seek opportunity to bring a patient perspective to the CMA
"More than 500 Canadians have applied to become members of the CMA’s new patient engagement body, the CMA Patient Voice."
crhesi  radar 
21 days ago
CPHA encouraged by municipal calls for decriminalization of personal possession of all drugs
"The use of illegal psychoactive substances in Canada persists despite ongoing efforts to limit their consumption. Criminalization of those who use these substances remains the principle tool to control their use and is unsuccessful. Both Vancouver and Toronto are seeing record numbers of overdose-related deaths, with 335 and 303 respectively in 2017 — nearly double 2015 rates."
crhesi  radar 
21 days ago
Legal Aid Ontario: Elder abuse in Ontario (Infographic)
20% of the 65+ senior population have either experienced or are experiencing elder abuse.
crhesi  radar 
4 weeks ago
Community-based Research Toolkit
"This toolkit is designed for people and institutions interested in doing research using community-based research (CBR) principles. It contains many ready to use tools and templates and numerous best practices recommendations that CBR practitioners can use to prepare for your Community-based Research project, identify and build healthy partnerships, train and meaningfully engage marginalized community members in research as ‘peer researchers,’ and design and implement your research project using participatory, collaborative processes."
crhesi  radar 
4 weeks ago
Pillar Nonprofit Network launches the 'Be Inclusive Summer Series'
"We recognize that we are not the experts, and that the knowledge lives in our community. We believe that inclusion is everyone’s responsibility and are inviting you to come and learn with us."
crhesi  radar 
4 weeks ago
New funding will scale up training of paramedics to deliver palliative care in the home for Canadians
"The Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement (CFHI) and the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (the Partnership) have signed a contribution agreement to fund and collaborate on Paramedics and Palliative Care: Bringing Vital Services to Canadians. The Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement (CFHI) and the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (the Partnership) have signed a contribution agreement to fund and collaborate on Paramedics and Palliative Care: Bringing Vital Services to Canadians. The two organizations will jointly provide up to $5.5 million over the next four years to expand access to paramedics trained in providing palliative and end-of-life care to people in their homes."
crhesi  radar 
4 weeks ago
London city hall and school board undergo cultural sensitivity training
"Racism, white privilege among the topics to be learned by employees this summer."
crhesi  radar  racism  ldnont  white  privilege  training  ubt 
6 weeks ago
Research Assistant Opportunity: Queer women's experiences seeking Assisted Human Reproduction (AHR)
"Project overview: Arising from a needs assessment conducted in 2016 within the London LGBTQ2+ community, a group of local service providers, allies and consumers of care together organized a one-day event (The Growing Families Symposium), looking at the creation and raising of queer and trans families in London, Ontario. A clear call to action came out of the symposium – the community wanted to produce ‘queered’ system navigation resources that would address the possibilities of creating a family through fertility supports, establishing ‘place’ in a heteronormative system."
crhesi  radar  lgbt  research 
6 weeks ago
Launch of new tri-agency Indigenous Research Capacity and Reconciliation—Connection Grants
"The new tri-agency Indigenous Research Capacity and Reconciliation—Connection Grants invites proposals from applicants affiliated with First Nations, Métis and Inuit not-for-profit organizations, as well as with other not-for-profit organizations or Canadian postsecondary institutions in any discipline."
crhesi  radar  indigenous  grants  reconciliation 
6 weeks ago
Self-Identification Data Collection in Support of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
"Starting this summer, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) are asking all applicants for funding competitions (grants, scholarships, and fellowships) to self-identify with information on age, gender, Indigenous identity, and status as a member of a visible minority group or person with a disability. The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) has also recently implemented this requirement."
crhesi  radar  inclusion  diversity  equity 
6 weeks ago
WICI Conference on Modelling Complex Urban Environments (June 21-22, 2018, Waterloo)
"This two day conference will be held at St. Jerome's University from June 21 to 22, 2018 and is designed to bring together scholars from multiple disciplines who have experience and interests in modelling the processes that create and shape complex urban environments."
crhesi  radar  event  complexity 
9 weeks ago
Peace Awards, by Atlohsa (Oct 11, 2018)
"Atlohsa invites you to honour and lift up 7 individuals or organizations who work tirelessly in the spirit of Truth and Reconciliation and embody the Seven Sacred Teachings."
crhesi  radar  event  awards  reconciliation  peace 
9 weeks ago
Lunaape Traditional Gathering 2018 (June 30 & July 1)
Munsee Delaware Nation s hosting their 24th Annual Lunaape Traditional Gathering. See link for poster.
crhesi  radar  indigenous  event 
9 weeks ago
Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International - 22nd Conference (Sep 26-28)
"The Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International (NNVAWI) was formed to encourage the development of nursing practice to address the health and social effects of violence in women's lives."
crhesi  radar  vaw  ipv  event 
10 weeks ago
LAAR: World Refugee Day Free Evening Party! (June 20)
"In the evening of June 20th we will continue celebrating the World Refugee Day with music, dance, performances, exhibitions, and a lot of fun! Join us at the Centre Communautaire Régional de London – CCRL, 920 Huron St, London. The party will start at 7 PM until 10 PM. The event is family friendly. Snacks, water, and pops will be provided. Food will be available for purchase."
crhesi  radar  event  refugee 
10 weeks ago
A new podcast series ‘Dementia Dialogue’ is now available
"These 6 interviews with people with lived experience of dementia are intended to help listeners understand dementia more deeply and gain insight in to the experience. The podcasts create another channel to promote the voice of people with lived experience."
crhesi  radar  dementia  podcast 
10 weeks ago
What We Heard
"On May 25, 2018, the Provisional Council of the Métis Nation of Ontario (PCMNO) released “Advancing Métis Rights and Self-Government: What We Heard,” the final summary of the findings of the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Commission on Métis Rights and Self-Government."
crhesi  radar  metis  indigenous 
11 weeks ago
Plan for Local Supervised Consumption Facilities Receives Provincial Support
"The Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) and Regional HIV / AIDS Connection (RHAC) have received letters of support from the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care to establish two Supervised Consumption Facilities (SCFs) in London. The provincial support includes letters detailing capital and operational funding, and a letter of support for the establishment of SCFs from Minister Helena Jaczek, all of which are required for the Health Canada application process."
crhesi  radar  ldnont  addiction  tops  scf 
11 weeks ago
Poverty: Realities and Solutions (Jun 12)
"This workshop was co-created by individuals who have experienced barriers related to poverty, Masters of Social Work Students, and London Circles Staff. The workshop includes accurate statistics, myths of poverty, and the difference between helpful and harmful policies."
crhesi  radar  poverty  ldnont  event 
11 weeks ago
Save the Date: Roots of Tolerance Workshop Fall Dates October 17 and 18
"Please join the Ontario Indigenous Cultural Safety Program of the Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre for a workshop that focuses on understanding the connection between attitudes and behaviours and a greater appreciation for the ways that this can play out differently in relationships with Indigenous clientele."
crhesi  radar  indigenous  tvic 
11 weeks ago
Western to host more than 8,000 scholars in London
"Western University has been selected to host the 2020 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, the country’s largest multidisciplinary gathering of academic scholars in the humanities and social sciences."
crhesi  radar  uwo 
11 weeks ago
U of T report explores workers’ experience in the global gig economy
"Rise in temporary contract work and income insecurity has far-reaching health implications"
crhesi  radar  health  precarious  employment 
11 weeks ago
Podcast: An Interrogation of ‘Reconciliation’
"We’re thinking about reconciliation in quotation marks because we want to critically analyze the narratives, power dynamics, potential pitfalls, practices, and consequences unfolding around us."
crhesi  radar  reconciliation 
12 weeks ago
StatCan Blog: Sending money home
"In 2016, an estimated 1.6 million Canadian households sent at least $500 to their family and friends living abroad. The reasons are varied; the impact, however, can be substantial."
crhesi  radar 
12 weeks ago
OPHA on Alcohol Policy in Canda
"Products like FCKD UP have managed to fill a market niche by leveraging the availability of cheap, high alcohol beer, tax loopholes, and the use of questionable marketing targeting youth and young adults. Action is urgently needed to address these products in addition to longstanding issues within the alcohol policy framework in Canada."
crhesi  radar  alcohol 
12 weeks ago
London Public Library loaning laptops and wi-fi hotspots
"Being able to take the internet and a computer home gives a job searcher extended time to pursue online employment opportunities and to work on resumes using a laptop. It means a student can do research and write a paper for school at home instead of traveling to a library branch and working on an assignment in small chunks of time."
crhesi  radar  library  ldnont 
12 weeks ago
Rural challenges, national opportunity: Shaping the future of rural Canada
"The Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) released a report today that details the important contribution rural municipalities make and outlines the unique challenges they face."
crhesi  radar  rural  canada 
12 weeks ago
Attn Students: Getting Published For Graduate Students: What you need to know about Open Access publishing
"This Lunch and Learn session will be held Thursday, June 7, 2018, 12 - 1:30pm in HSB 9."
crhesi  radar  event  graduate  students  open  access 
12 weeks ago
Toronto: 'I just can't afford it': Low-income seniors struggle to find dental care, face 2-year wait for city clinics
"Henderson is one of many low-income seniors across Toronto who are struggling to get dental services, and according to the city's latest seniors strategy report, the current wait for services provided by Toronto Public Health (TPH) clinics is up to two years."
crhesi  radar  public  health 
12 weeks ago
Community Safety and Well-Being: Concept, Practice, and Alignment
"We commissioned this paper to bring together all that we currently know about the emerging field of CSWB (Community Safety & Well-Being). In doing so, we are able to share a comprehensive perspective of the key concepts, practices, and alignments that are cornerstone to this paradigm shift in human service delivery, community planning, and whole-of-system commitment to reducing vulnerability."
crhesi  radar  cswb 
may 2018
Modelling Complex Urban Environments (June 21-22)
"The conference will be an exciting opportunity to learn about current research on modelling urban complexity from a diverse group of international scholars, as well as to network with local complex systems scholars."
crhesi  radar  event 
may 2018
Canadian Public Health Association: Public Health 2018 (28-31 May, Montreal)
"Public Health 2018 is the national forum 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."
crhesi  radar  event  conference 
may 2018
Engaging Youth with Lived Experience in Public Health Policy, Programs, and Knowledge Translation (May 28, Montreal)
"At the population level, young people have traditionally been excluded from shaping public health policy and/or programs in a significant way...This session will demonstrate the why and how of youth engagement in a way that is adaptable to diverse organizations or projects."
crhesi  radar  event  youth 
may 2018
CIHR launches new Equity and Diversity Questionnaire for applicants
"As of May 15, 2018, application participants for all CIHR programs must complete an Equity and Diversity Questionnaire... While we recognize that the questionnaire does not include every important diversity dimension, this is only a first phase of data collection and we believe that these elements will give us a better picture of the equity performance of our funding programs."
crhesi  radar  cihr 
may 2018
Attention Graduate Students: The 2018 Summer School in Contexts of Indigenous Culture (July 18-20)
"The Interdisciplinary Initiative (IDI) in Applied Indigenous Scholarship invites applications from all Graduate Students at Western University and its Affiliate Colleges to submit applications for our Summer School in Contexts of Indigenous Culture. The school will take place July 18-20 2018 and will involve cultural awareness activities, a community visit, and meaningful space for dialogue and relationship building among culturally knowledgeable trainers, local community members and school participants."
crhesi  radar  event 
may 2018
Expanded Primary Health Care Team Coming to East London
"The expansion of London InterCommunity Health Centre will connect people in east London and newcomers throughout the city with a range of health care professionals, such as social workers, psychologists, respiratory therapists and nurses to address a broad variety of healthcare needs, including mental health and chronic disease management."
crhesi  radar  ldnont 
may 2018
Health Equity Action and Transformation Conference (June 13-14, 2018, Toronto)
CRHESI Co-Director Steve Goodine will be speaking on a plenary panel on the topic of 'Opioids, Overdose and Harm Reduction' at the Association of Ontario Health Centres conference in Toronto, June 13-14, 2018. "This annual event is a great opportunity to share knowledge and tools, build new relationships, tap into new networks and open dialogue with a wide range of primary health care staff and board members, health system leaders, community partners, researchers, planners and policy makers."
crhesi  radar  event  conference 
may 2018
The nonprofit sector is women-majority but not always women-led
"The nonprofit sector in Ontario is women-majority as 75% to 80% of the workforce is women. While the sector has more women in leadership positions than the public and for-profit sectors, the 75-80% employment share is not reflected at the leadership level. Women are underrepresented in senior leadership positions and men are overrepresented. Women are more likely to lead smaller organizations, and smaller organizations make up a large part of the sector."
crhesi  radar  women  nonprofit 
may 2018
CMA announces 'Healthy Canadians Grants' to support grassroots health initiatives
"Who knows better what a community needs than the people who live in it? This is the philosophy behind the new 'Healthy Canadians Grants,' created by the CMA in partnership with the CMA Foundation."
crhesi  radar  grants 
may 2018
Ontario government announces investment in public library spending
"A new provincial Digital Public Library will be created that will make digital library services such as e-books, audiobooks, digital databases and learning resources available for free to people across Ontario, regardless of where they live. In total, 300 public libraries across the province will be supported, including those in rural, remote and Indigenous communities."
crhesi  radar  libraries 
may 2018
If Inclusion Means Everyone, Why Not Me?
"This Report identifies barriers that students labelled with intellectual disabilities and their parents and guardians face in Ontario’s public school system and sets out some key insights into their experiences. The authors identified various factors that influence the quality of a student’s education."
crhesi  radar  education  disabilities 
may 2018
Ontario government announces investment in David C. Onley Initiative for Employment and Enterprise Development
"Ontario intends to invest $5 million over two years for the David C. Onley Initiative for Employment and Enterprise Development at Carleton University. In 2016-17, approximately 74,000 learners with accessibility needs were registered with Disability Services Offices at Ontario colleges and universities full-time or part-time."
crhesi  radar  disabilities  education 
may 2018
Youth peer support training literature review and environmental scan
"A number of community-based mental health agencies are exploring youth peer support as part of their suite of services. The training of youth peer support workers is therefore of great interest. This report presents the findings of a literature scan of youth peer support training and an environmental scan of trainings found in Canada, the United States and Australia."
crhesi  radar  youth  peer  support  scan 
may 2018
Exchange: A London Health Research Day Forum on Diversity and Inclusivity (May 9, 6-9pm)
"Western University’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry and Lawson Health Research Institute are hosting an evening forum as part of this year’s London Health Research Day (LHRD). Exchange: A London Health Research Day Forum on Diversity and Inclusivity will take place the evening before LHRD."
crhesi  radar  diversity  inclusion 
may 2018
Verge Breakthrough Fund reaches $2 million goal
"14 local investors have pooled their capital in the VERGE Breakthrough Fund, exceeding our $2 million goal. We are now actively looking for investments in affordable housing, community real estate and growing social enterprises in Southwestern Ontario."
crhesi  radar  investment  housing 
may 2018
Guide for Gender Transition in the Workplace Survey
"The Corporation of the City of London has an employee resource group for LGBT+ employees, called PRISM. We are working on developing a Guide for Gender Transition in the Workplace. We want to ensure this Guide is informed by feedback from people with lived experience and therefore are asking members of diverse Trans communities to complete this online survey by May 18th to help shape its content."
crhesi  radar  transgender  survey 
april 2018
What are some next steps towards ‘Reconciliation’ for individual Canadians? (May 7, 7pm, Central Library)
A panel discussion about the question of how non-indigenous Canadians might take practical steps towards reconciliation — with a careful, critical analysis of some of the potential pitfalls and unintended consequences that emerge along the way.
crhesi  radar  indigenous 
april 2018
Building a culture of equity in Canadian public health: An environmental scan
"The scan explores implications for the public health sector in undertaking effective action to address the social determinants of health and improve health equity in this context."
crhesi  radar  health  equity 
april 2018
Ontario Launching New Justice Model in London
"Ontario is launching a new and innovative initiative to respond to the overrepresentation of marginalized, racialized and Indigenous people in the criminal justice system."
crhesi  radar  ldnont  justice 
april 2018
Middlesex-London Health Unit and Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre to Announce new Partnership
"This innovative collaboration will provide Indigenous community members in London and Middlesex with access to culturally safe dental treatment services in the existing clinic space at MLHU’s 50 King Street office."
crhesi  radar  ldnont  indigenous  dental 
april 2018
Life As A Refugee Conference 2018 (June 20)
"You are invited to participate in the 2018 10th Annual Life as a Refugee Conference 'All Are Welcome Here' to be held on Wednesday June 20th from 9:00 AM to 4:15 PM to celebrate World Refugee Day."
crhesi  radar  event  conference  refugee  immigration 
april 2018
The Role of Educators and Parents in Addressing Violence Against Women and Girls (May 30, 7pm, Western)
Join us for an evening with Jackson Katz speaking on “The Role of Educators and Parents in Addressing Violence Against Women and Girls”. The evening will also include a Community Reflections Panel with the following representatives: Barb MacQuarrie, Sandra Savage, and Matt Sereda.
crhesi  radar  vaw  event 
april 2018
Responding to the Starbucks race incident: does the evidence support unconscious bias training?
"Does UBT (unconscious bias training) actually work, and what will one day of mass training achieve?"
crhesi  radar  ubt 
april 2018
Re-criminalizing Pot: More people charged under new law than were charged under the old law
“The federal pot legalization bill currently before the Senate, Bill C45, lays a minefield of criminality best avoided without a platoon of lawyers” says Michael Bryant, CCLA’s Executive Director and General Counsel.
crhesi  radar  cannabis 
april 2018
Systematic Review Workshop (May 14-16, Toronto)
"Designed for clinical trainees, clinicians, decision-makers, academics and researchers, this popular workshop teaches you how to plan, conduct and communicate the results of a systematic review."
crhesi  radar  event 
april 2018
Public Health Ethics, Ethics Frameworks and Paternalism
"...we turned our attention to the ethics of paternalism in public health using two case studies of potentially paternalistic public health measures."
crhesi  radar  ethics  paternalism  public  health 
april 2018
Statistic Canada: National Cannabis Survey
"This release of the National Cannabis Survey is intended to provide a better understanding of the current use of cannabis by Canadians and to monitor changes in behaviour as a result of the planned legalization of cannabis for non-medical use."
crhesi  radar  cannabis 
april 2018
Coming soon: Special call for research on artificial intelligence, health and society
"SSHRC has joined the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) for the next competition of the Collaborative Health Research Projects initiative. This includes a special call focused on artificial intelligence (AI), health and society."
crhesi  radar  ai  health 
april 2018
168% Increase in Hate Crimes in Peel Region is Deeply Concerning
"The 2017 annual Hate/Bias Motivated Crime Report shows hate-motivated crimes in Brampton and Mississauga increased to 158 incidents in 2017 compared to just 59 in 2016. Of these 158 incidents, Muslims faced the largest number of hate crimes with 57 documented cases. This was a 91% increase from the previous year. One in five of these incidents involved the use of violence, including threats, assault, and assault with a weapon."
crhesi  radar  hate  crime 
april 2018
Neighbourhood Meetings to be Held Next Week as Partners Consider Sites for Supervised Consumption Facilities — Middlesex-London Health Unit
"The Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) and Regional HIV/AIDS Connection (RHAC) are thrilled to announce new partnerships and support which, pending approval through formal processes, will allow the creation of two permanent Supervised Consumption Facilities (SCF) and one mobile facility in London"
crhesi  radar  drugs  addiction  scf  ldnont 
april 2018
Rights Before We Talk Reconciliation: Reporting on Indigenous Issues in Canada
The 2018 Clissold Lecture, by Tanya Talaga. Recorded on March 20, 2018 at Western University
crhesi  radar  indigneous  talk 
april 2018
Program Opportunity: Palliative and End-of-Life Care
"We are inviting applications from teams from across Canada to join the EPAC Collaborative taking place between June 2018 and October 2019. Using quality improvement methodology, and leveraging a train the trainer model, the EPAC Collaborative will support teams to provide a consistent approach to residents who are near the end of life, shifting the culture of care and improving the end-of-life experience for residents and their families, surviving residents and the healthcare team."
crhesi  radar  aging  palliative 
april 2018
Universities should take stronger leadership on knowledge and how it matters
"Epistemic fluency is the capacity to recognise different kinds of knowledge and to work flexibly with different ways of knowing."
crhesi  radar  academics  epistemology 
april 2018
Ontario Paving the Way for More Affordable Housing
"Under the new regulations, municipalities will be able to mandate that affordable units for low- and middle-income families are included in new housing developments to create mixed-income communities."
crhesi  radar  affordable  housing 
april 2018
Statistics Canada: New gender and sex variables
"To obtain more inclusive data on sex and gender, Statistics Canada is releasing new variables and classifications for sex and gender."
crhesi  radar  gender  stats 
april 2018
Job Posting: Postdoctoral Fellow
"We are currently accepting applications for a post-doc position starting this summer. The project is focused on HIV prevention among street-involved youth, with a scale-up of a peer navigator model that has proven successful in Kenya. Please pass it along to candidates who might be interested. - Abe Oudshoorn"
crhesi  radar  recruitment  position  hiv  homeless  ldnont 
april 2018
LIHC Volunteer Opportunity: Street Outreach
"The Street Outreach Volunteer will provide outreach, education and support to populations whose health is at risk due to multiple barriers. The volunteer will work with a partner from the Community Health and Harm Reduction Outreach Team. Volunteer activities will include street level engagement with target populations, with a focus on community building and establishment of rapport."
crhesi  radar  volunteer  ldnont 
april 2018
A gaps analysis to improve health equity knowledge and practices
"This analysis identifies gaps in research on public health systems and practices relating to health equity, weaknesses and inconsistencies in practitioner knowledge and skills, and barriers to accessing and applying knowledge."
crhesi  radar  sdh  health  equity  report 
april 2018
Scientist Knowledge Translation Training (SKTT) for Graduate Students (May 11, Toronto)
"The Scientist Knowledge Translation Training (SKTTTM) course is a professional development opportunity for researchers, clinicians and educators. The course focuses on knowledge translation (KT) practice, research impact, promoting research utilization, and ensuring that research findings reach the appropriate audiences."
crhesi  radar  kt  event 
april 2018
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