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Connect with the NCCs at TOPHC 2018!

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

The National Collaborating Centres for Public Health (NCCs) are participating in The Ontario Public Health Convention (TOPHC) to be held in Toronto, March 21-23, 2018. Visit our outreach booth, and follow our tweets throughout the conference using the hashtag #TOPHC2018 and @NCCs_LesCCN. For more information, including the full conference program, event blog, and registration details, visit the TOPHC 2018 website

Connect with staff from the NCCs for Methods and Tools (NCCMT)Environmental Health (NCCEH)Healthy Public Policy Health (NCCHPP), and Determinants of Health (NCCDH) in the following presentations: 

Day 1: Wednesday, March 21, 2018


  • Session 6: Leadership at All Levels: Public health action to advance health equity (NCCDH)
  • Session 12: Investing in collective impact (CI): Making an impact on social change (NCCDH)


  • Session 23: Prioritizing Public Health Interventions: Lessons learned using a formal priority setting approach
  • Session 25: Lessons from evidence-informed decisions (NCCMT)

Day 2: Thursday, March 22, 2018


  • Poster  43: Keeping up-to-date in a changing field: Strategies for continuous improvement of the health evidence registry 
  • Poster 44: Building capacity of public health professionals to use evidence-informed decision making by online learning 
  • Poster 52: Experiential learning: Practicum placements in public health
  • Poster 66: Online collaborative training of public health physician specialists and residents in priority public health areas (NCCMT presenting for the NCCs)


  • Session 32: Disruption: Addressing racism at the organizational and structural levels for improved health equity (NCCDH)
  • Session 36c: Improving public health with healthy food environments (NCCEH)


  • Session 47c: CRM: Leveraging technology to track audience engagement and program impact (NCCMT)

Day 3: Thursday, March 23, 2018

9:00a.m. - 3:00p.m.

  • Workshop 1: The Role of Public Health on Mental Health Promotion (NCCHPP contributed to planning and will present related work) 
  • Workshop 3: Decolonizing public health: Indigenous cultural safety as public health practice (NCCAH contributed to planning)