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New Listserv on CBPR & Research Ethics

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Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) would like to invite you to subscribe and participate in our new listserv focused on the topic of Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) & Research Ethics

CCPH is excited about fostering discussion on how communities, academics, institutional review boards (IRBs), research ethics boards (REBs), community advisory boards (CABs) and others can work together to address the ethical issues that arise in CBPR.  We hope you will find this listserv a place to network with others, distribute resources, and share promising practices.

Society for Women's Health Research

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The Society for Women's Health Research is an American non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the health of all women through research, education and advocacy. The Society encourages the study of sex differences between women and men that affect the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease.

CHNET-Works! Fireside Chats

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Fireside Chats are FREE pan-Canadian discussion forums for professionals in community health, using a simultaneous toll free telephone and internet conference. 

Fireside Chats are an opportunity to directly connect with Advisors on Tap - community health professionals with expertise and experience in their field. Fireside Chats include a brief presentation as well as the opportunity for discussions around current and pressing issues in community health. The intent is to support a community of practice that encourages the development of evidence based policies, programs and services in community health.  Upcoming chats include Emergency Preparedness - The Role of Nurses and Built Environments - Infrastructure and Chronic Disease Prevention.  More information and registration is available on the CHNET-Works site.


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boilingfrog presents a series of podcasts recorded during a cross-Canada multi-media tour, celebrating the most current information, analysis and inspiration related to mental, physical and planetary health. They look at the reasons for the recent rise in depression, and at the myriad of treatments available, including pharmaceutical and holistic, within the context of Big-Pharma and corporate culture.

Arts and Health "Crossing Borders"

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Arts and Health blog created by Cheryl McLean, Publisher of CCAHTE the Canadian based international and interdisciplinary open access peer reviewed journal of the creative arts in health, training and education.

Colour of Poverty

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New website! Poverty in Ontario is growing at an alarming rate. The Colour of Justice Network announced the launching of the Colour of Poverty Campaign - a province-wide community-based effort to help raise public awareness about the serious problem of poverty within the racialized communities of Ontario.

Website by and for youth to go live on World AIDS Day

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On December 1, World AIDS Day, McGill University will officially launch YAHAnet (Youth, the Arts and HIV/AIDS Network), a UNESCO-funded website that will encourage and facilitate the use of artistic expression such as hip-hop, film, photography, graffiti and drama for HIV and AIDS education and advocacy among youth groups around the world. 

Urban Poverty Project 2007

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The Urban Poverty Project 2007 is a series of comprehensive analytical reports, resource tools, and data profiles which take a broad look at different aspects of urban poverty in Canada, using detailed data from Statistics Canada Censuses and other sources.  This series of online documents and resources is designed to be both user-and-planet-friendly. It includes fact sheets, poverty data tables, in-depth reports and summary documents. 

Neighbours, Friends and Families

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Neighbours, Friends and Families is a public education campaign to raise awareness of the signs of woman abuse so that those close to an at-risk woman or an abusive man can help.

Infant Mental Health Promotion

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Infant Mental Health Promotion (IMP) is a coalition of professional representatives from agencies concerned with infants and their families. Their mission is to develop and support best practices for enhancing infant mental health through education, dissemination of information, networking, and advocacy.   Their website includes resources for parents and healthcare professionals, including access to the presentations from the Infant Mental Health Rounds.

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