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Health of the Newcomer-Serving Sector in the PNT Region: A Survey of Front-Line Workers in Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan

Alberta Association of Immigrant Serving Agencies (AAISA)

AAISA’s Health of the Newcomer-Serving Sector in the PNT Region research project sought to examine the perspectives of front-line staff working within agencies in the newcomer-serving sector to better understand their employment experience, assess organizational strengths and challenges, as well a

Strengthening Community Connections: The Future of Public Health Is at the Neighbourhood Scale

Kate Mulligan PhD

Community-led action at the neighbourhood scale has been vital to address complex health inequities during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada. This report was commissioned by the Office of the Chief Public Health Officer (CPHO) at the Public Health Agency of Canada, to inform the Chief Public Health Of

RECORDINGS: Promoting Health for Older Adults - Webinar Series

National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health

The National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health (NCCDH) and Health Promotion Canada (HPC) are collaborating on a series of webinars based on content from the book entitled Promoting the health of older adults: The Canadian experience.  In celebration of the 35th anniversary of the Ott

Serving Older Adults with Success Stories from PEI for Adaptation Elsewhere

Canadian Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse

CNPEA is always on the lookout for new developments and programs that support healthy and safe aging across the country. In this blog post written by Kalie Dutchak, a practicum student with Sage Seniors Association, she interviews local and national advocate for seniors, Olive Bryanton, to learn mo

Canadian Institute for Social Prescribing

Canadian Institute for Social Prescribing

The Canadian Institute for Social Prescribing (CISP) is a new national hub to link people and share practices that connect people to community-based supports and services that can help improve their health and wellbeing. They are committed to building and celebrating social prescribing that prioriti

Four Archetypes of Responding to Conflict

Nonprofit Quarterly

Weyam Ghadbian discusses the four archetypes of responding to conflict in detail. WATCH HERE

Decision Making Practices and Conflict

Nonprofit Quarterly

Weyam Ghadbian and Jovida Ross discuss the patterns in organizational decision making in relation to equity and power. WATCH HERE

Social Prescribing: Creating Pathways Towards Better Health and Wellness

Kate Mulligan PhD, Sara Bhatti MPH, Jennifer Rayner PhD, Sonia Hsiung B.Eng, MTSD

Health systems in Western countries are increasingly looking to patient-centered care (intensive and integrated whole-population approaches to empowering people to have greater choice and control over their health and care) and integrated care, in which “teams of organizations in defined areas tak


CORE Alberta

You can access the recording of the conversation HERE.  The CORE Intergenerational Linkages Community of Practice Group (IG COP) hosted the last part (How to Evaluate an Intergenerational Program) of their 3 part workshop series on February 23, 2021. You can review information from the first


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