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    Connect with the NCCs at TOPHC 2018!

    Categories: Conferences/ Events,NCCDH,NCCEH,NCCHPP,NCCMT

    The NCCs for Public Health are participating in The Ontario Public Health Convention (TOPHC) to be held in Toronto, March 21-23, 2018. Connect with staff from the NCCs for Methods and Tools, Environmental Health, Healthy Public Policy Health, and Determinants of Health at the booth and in the following presentations.

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    NCCs collaborate on a national forum, focus on eliminating TB in northern Indigenous communities

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    The NCC for Infectious Diseases (NCCID), with support from the NCCs for Aboriginal Health (NCCAH), Determinants of Health (NCCDH), and Healthy Public Policy (NCCHPP), planned an in-person event to learn about the historical context and lived experience of those infected and affected by TB, and explore collaborative opportunities to end TB in the north.

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    New online module on organizational change

    Categories: Featured resources,NCCMT

    This new online learning module from the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools (NCCMT) provides public health leaders with an overview of areas to consider when planning organizational change.

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    Field inquiries and NCCEH responses

    Categories: Featured resources,NCCEH

    The NCCEH receives field inquiries that are based on real or hypothetical situations related to environmental health problems. In responding, the NCCEH uses a multi-pronged approach, including academic sources, grey literature, and expert consultation, to define the practice problem, synthesize the available information and suggest approaches to resolve the problem.

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    New online course: “Ready-to-Eat Meats”

    Categories: Featured resources,NCCEH,Online courses

    This course will take approximately 6-8 hours to complete. It can be completed at the learner’s pace and can be resumed at any time. Note that the course is free until February 28, 2018. Members of the Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors can continue to take the course at no cost until March 31, 2019.This course will take approximately 6-8 hours to complete. It can be completed at the learner’s pace and can be resumed at any time. At this time, the course is only available in English.

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