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Join the NCCs at Public Health 2019

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

The NCCs are proud to be contributing partners of the Canadian Public Health Association's annual conference, Public Health 2019, held this year from April 30 to May 2, in Ottawa, Ontario.

 

Connect with the NCCs

Interested in connecting with the NCCs at Public Health 2019? Here’s how:

 

NCC Networking Event

Sign up for Making Connections – a 5 à 7 with the NCCs and the Rural, Remote, and Northern Public Health Network our networking event to be held on Day 1 - Tuesday, April 30, from 17:30 to 19:30 in the Rideau Canal Atrium. Join the six National Collaborating Centres for Public Health (NCCs) and the RRNPHN for a dual language, interactive “5 à 7” networking event.

Meet and connect with NCC and RRNPHN staff, as well as conference speakers and other CPHA 2019 participants. Learn about projects and explore new collaborative opportunities to strengthen public health in the rural and remote communities of Canada. Light snacks will be served and a cash bar will be available. Please note that regishttps://ccnmi.ca/qui-sommes-nous/tration is required as space is limited. Register now for the 2019 NCC Networking Event!

 

 

NCC Workshops, Panel Discussions, Posters, Symposium, and Oral Presentations

Connect with members of the NCC staff team in the workshops, posters, panel discussions, symposium, and oral presentations listed below (updated as details become available). For more information, consult the conference program.

 

                                                    Tuesday, April 30

10:45 - 12:15

  • "Walking in two worlds: Western and Indigenous knowledge needs, enablers, and barriers faced by Indigenous health practitioners"
    • Oral presentation by Margo Greenwood, Academic Lead, NCCAH
  • "Children's perceptions of the Ontario student nutrition program’s Farm-to-School initiative in Southwestern Ontario"

12:45 - 14:00

  • "Shifting Perspectives - Knowledge Mobilization (KM) for TB Elimination in Indigenous Communities"
    • Poster by Margaret Haworth-Brockman, Senior Program Manager, NCCID
  • "A review of the impacts of energy efficiency initiatives on radon gas levels in residential settings"
    • Poster by Anne-Marie Nicol, Environmental Health and Knowledge Translation Scientist, and presented by Lyda Ma, Manager, both with NCCEH

14:00 - 15:30

  • "Mobilizing multi-sector knowledge for infectious disease public health - A new online resource for TB elimination in First Nations communities"
    • Oral presentation (07) by Margaret Haworth-Brockman, Senior Program Manager, NCCID

15:45 - 17:15

  • "Building organisational capacity for health equity action"
    • Panel presented by Sume Ndumbe-Eyoh, Senior Knowledge Translation Specialist, and Claire Betker, Scientific Director, both with NCCDH

17:30 - 19:30

  • "Making Connections – a 5 à 7 with the NCCs and the Rural, Remote, and Northern Public Health Network"
    • A networking event organized in collaboration with the Rural, Remote, and Northern Public Health Network. Meet and connect with NCC and RRNPHN staff, as well as conference speakers and other CPHA 2019 participants. Learn about projects and explore new collaborative opportunities to strengthen public health in the rural and remote communities of Canada. Light snacks will be served and a cash bar will be available.
    • A free event, but due to space limitations, registration is required.

 

                                                             Wednesday, May 1

8:45 - 9:00

10:45 - 12:15

  • "Accessing the NCCMT’s capacity building resources remotely: Supporting the development of evidence-informed practice skills in a northern and rural/remote context"
    • Oral presentation by Kristen Read, Research Coordinator with NCCMT

12:45 - 14:00

  • "Addressing gaps to innovative STBBI testing strategies in Canada"
    • Poster by Jami Neufeld, Project Manager, NCCID

14:00 - 15:30

  • "Building a collaborative environment: Bridging disciplines of public health and planning"
    • Symposium co-presented by NCCEH and NCCHPP
    • Moderator: Lydia Ma, Manager, NCCEH
    • NCCHPP staff involved (as one of four panelists): Thierno Diallo, Scientific Advisor with NCCHPP

15:45 - 17:15

  • "2019 NCCPH KT Graduate Award Winners Panel Discussion"
    • Featuring award winners Steven Lam, Sheery Nesbitt, and Osnat Wine.
    • Moderator: Claire Howarth, Research Coordinator, NCCMT.
  • "Racial Equity Partnerships"
    • Oral presentation by Sume Ndumbe-Eyoh, Senior Knowledge Translation Specialist from NCCDH

17:30 - 19:30

  • "Black and Indigenous Public Health Gathering"
    • Gathering (no conference registration required) organized by Sume Ndumbe-Eyoh, Senior Knowledge Translation Specialist from NCCDH

 

                                                               Thursday, May 2

10:45 - 12:15

  • "Building organizational evidence-informed decision making capacity: Expansion of the online Evidence-Informed Decision Making Skills Assessment Tool"
    • Oral presentation (23) by Claire Howarth, Research Coordinator with NCCMT
  • "Enhancing health systems performance by learning from best practice models of public health and care for refugee population in Canada using an opportunity identification matrix"
    • Oral presentation (22) by Sheik Muhammad Zeeshan Qadar, Project Manager with NCCID
  • "Free online-learning tools to support the development of health equity champions"
    • Oral presentation (20) by Faith Layden, Program Manager with NCCDH
  • "Debunking 'race': contextualizing racial health inequities"
    • Symposium organized in collaboration with CIHI, and moderated by Sume Ndumbe-Eyoh, Senior Knowledge Translation Scientist with NCCDH
  • "Developing an online education course on health impact assessment (HIA) for increasing HIA practice in Canada"
    • Oral presentation (20) by Thierno Diallo, Scientific Advisor with NCCHPP

 

13:00 - 14:30

  • "Aligning two worlds: what can AMR surveillance do for Public Health?"
    • Oral presentation by Aleksandra Wierzbowski, Project Manager with NCCID