November 7 2019
Photo: M. Campana
This week on Tenfold - Knowledge Translation and Community Engagement
In this episode, Andrea talks with Dianne Oickle, Knowledge Translation Specialist at the National Collaborating Centre for the Determinants of Health (NCCDH) about knowledge translation, community engagement, and the relationship between the two.
Listen to this latest episode on PHESC's website or download it on your preferred podcatcher!
PHESC Highlight: On-demand Health Equity Webinar Series from NCCDH
As part of their PHESC offerings, the National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health produced a series of six on-demand webinars on various health equity topics. Each is about half an hour long and can be viewed at your convenience. Topics include:
- Introduction to Health Equity
- Assessing and reporting on health inequities
- Approaches to developing equitable public health interventions and strategies
- Moving upstream: Working across sectors to decrease health inequities
- Policy development and advocacy to improve health equity
- Racial Health Equity: Embracing a decolonial, anti-racist practice
Webinar: Immigrant Futures - Regional Strategies for Northern Attraction and Retention
Cities of Migration presents this webinar as part of their Immigrant Futures project.
From Atlantic to Western and Northern regions, smaller and rural communities across Canada (and the U.S.) are facing the unprecedented challenges of demographic change and population decline. The Northern Policy Institute responds to these challenges in a new report series. Its Northern Newcomer Strategy offers a regional analysis of local policies and programs that can attract new immigrants and revitalize small and medium sized communities across Northern Ontario. In Thunder Bay and North Bay, Ontario, city and community leaders have identified immigration as an economic growth strategy with potential to reverse population decline and meet local demand for skilled and professional trades.
What makes a community "outside the Big City" attractive to newcomers? Is there a regional recipe for building open, inclusive communities where everyone thrives today and for the long-term? Join us online to learn more about how the Northern Policy Institute, Thunder Bay Multicultural Association and North Bay & District Multicultural Centre are shifting policy into practice with a dynamic vision for the prosperity and well-being of their community futures.