previous fall forums

Learning Objectives:
  1. Gain an understanding of the relevant federal and provincial legislation and areas where public health work will be impacted

  2. Learn from thought leaders and other jurisdictions about lessons learned and how we can protect the health of our communities

  3. Hear from experts in the field on a wide range of topics

  4. Build networks for collaboration with others involved in cannabis
     

Areas of Focus:
  • Surveillance/Health Assessment

  • Occupational/Environmental Health/Healthy Environments

  • Sale and Distribution

  • Ontario’s legalization regime

  • Public Health Role

  • Health Equity

2018:CANNABIS IN OUR COMMUNITIES 

How can you equalize health opportunities for all Ontarians regardless of social status or circumstance?

 

How can we equalize health opportunities for all Ontarians regardless of social status or circumstance?

 

How can we provide equal opportunity for all Ontarians to reach their full health potential regardless of social status or circumstance?

 

How can you promote equal opportunity for all Ontarians to reach their full health potential regardless of social status or circumstance?

 

Discover how you can promote equal opportunity for all Ontarians to reach their full health potential regardless of social status or circumstance.

 

Explore how you can promote equal opportunity for all Ontarians to reach their full health potential regardless of social status or circumstance.

2016: HEALTH FOR ALL

A vibrant and strong public health movement must understand and engage all segments of the public in Ontario This includes people of all ages, ethnicities, socio-economic status, urban and rural dwellers, those working in businesses, industry, and other sectors traditionally outside public health. We must understand what the public thinks and how they live. What are Ontarians concerned about? How do they view public health? The program will provide attendees a better understanding of the public, how society is changing, and how to more effectively inspire and engage the public in public health initiatives.

Learning Objectives:

 After this event, the attendees will have ...

  1. A stronger understanding of current demographic, social and political trends and implications for Ontario.

  2. A better understanding of the public’s concerns and knowledge of public health, and how they want to be engaged on issues related to public health.

  3. Learned effective contemporary strategies to engage the public on public health issues.

2017: PUBLIC IN PUBLIC HEALTH

Ontario Public Health Association

154 Pearl Street, 2nd Floor
Toronto, ON M5H 3T4 Canada

Telephone: 1 (416) 367-3313

Email: events@opha.on.ca