October 17 2019
Maintenant offert! Cours en ligne gratuit : Introduction à la biostatistique
Ce cours vous permettra d’acquérir une connaissance de base de la statistique afin de pouvoir lire, passer en revue, interpréter et évaluer la littérature (articles de revues spécialisées et littérature grise), et effectuer des analyses statistiques simples de données courantes sur la santé de la population.
Le matériel didactique vise principalement à fournir un langage et une compréhension communs des concepts statistiques, en évitant les formules mathématiques détaillées. L’objectif est de vous familiariser avec le langage et les concepts de base de la statistique afin que vous puissiez savoir quand et comment communiquer avec un statisticien d’une façon constructive à la fois pour lui et vous.
This week on Tenfold - Let's Talk Community Engagement
Tune in to Let's Talk Community Engagement, Tenfold's newest episode featuring Lisa Attygalle from the Tamarack Institute.
Sneak peek from the episode: One piece of advice that Lisa would give to those working in community engagement is to “close the loop” with communities. In other words, give feedback to the community on what was heard in the community engagement process and what was done with their ideas. You don’t have to have all of your “ducks in a row” before communicating with the community.
Listen to the latest episode on PHESC's website or download it on your preferred podcatcher!
NCCIH Webinar - Indigenous peoples' access to health services: Overcoming barriers to support wise practices
October 29, 2019
12:00PM - 1:30PM (PST) | 3:00PM - 4:30PM (EST)
Please join the National Collaborating Centre for Indigenous Health (NCCIH) for an informational webinar on Indigenous peoples’ access to health services including experiences of colonization, “otherness” and racism as both patients and providers.
Topics covered in this webinar will have an Indigenous focus and include:
- Examine how accessibility, availability and acceptability of health services have indirect and direct impacts on Indigenous peoples’ health and health outcomes.
- Define “wise practices” and demonstrate its application in healthcare settings.
- Explore how the frameworks of cultural safety, anti-racist practice and trauma-informed care can strengthen leadership skills and ultimately Indigenous health equity.
- Understand, recognize and identify opportunities to apply the concept of Indigenous allyship in leadership roles.
- Dr. Lisa Richardson, Clinician-Educator, University of Toronto's Division of General Internal Medicine and Education Researcher at The Wilson Centre
Enrollment for 'Inspiring Change', free online mini-course, is open again for a limited time
Understanding and applying implementation science to your own work can be both rewarding and daunting. Most people want easy-to-follow guidance on how to use the best practices from implementation science to inform their own projects and work.
Join over 1500 professionals who enrolled when the course was first launched. Following on the success of our first launch in July, the Center for Implementation is re-launching the free online mini-course, Inspiring Change: Creating impact with evidence-based implementation. Now is the time to enroll - the course is open for enrollment for a limited time until November 11, and will not be available again for 6 months.
This free mini-course will help you:
- Gain an overview of evidence-based implementation so you can plan your change initiative more proactively
- Discover how process models, theories, and frameworks can be the backbone of your change plan
- Be inspired to use behavior change theory
- Be more purposeful with your time, by addressing high-priority areas and anticipating resistance to change
- Learn simple tricks and tips that can set you up for success
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