Each year, Health Promotion Ontario (HPO) provides a forum for students, practitioners and researchers to come together and discuss issues and ideas in and around the field of health promotion. This year’s conference will be in celebration of the 30thAnniversary of Health Promotion Ontario. Mark your calendars for this event: Thursday, November 23, 2017 at […]
Calling all health promoters: 1) Nominate a deserving health promoter and 2) Complete the mentoring survey! The inaugural HPC 2017 Recognition Awards offers the opportunity to elevate health promoters at various stages in their careers and celebrate those who are making significant contributions in the field of health promotion across Canada. The Nomination Form (en français) and two letters […]
Thierry Gagné, Josée Lapalme, and Janette Leroux recently teamed up to respond to a recent letter to the editor (Graham, 2017) in the Journal Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada: Research, Policy and Practice (HPCDPC). In their response, they addressed the main concern that the development of national competencies for Canadian health promoters may lead […]
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