Aug 17 2022
This session aims to help northern communities in British Columbia plan for, and respond to, the next extreme heat event. Climate change-related extreme weather patterns are becoming less predictable throughout the changing seasons, from atmospheric rivers, to fire clouds and heat domes. Northern B.C. has experienced an increase in weather-related emergencies with the 2017 and 2018 record-…
Aug 24 2022
This workshop will build upon previous National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences efforts to understand the health effects of mixtures and will bring together experts to discuss the state-of-the-science for environmental chemical mixtures and breast cancer.
Aug 29 2022
EPA's free annual drinking water workshop, held in partnership with ASDWA, will take place in person on August 29 - September 1, 2022 and will provide in-depth information and training on solutions and strategies for handling small drinking water system challenges. The workshop will begin on Monday evening with networking opportunities and will end on Thursday afternoon with in-depth training…
Sep 25 2022
From Exposure to Human Health: New Developments and Challenges in a Changing Environment, will promote information sharing and facilitate discussion on exposure sciences and related fields in the context of the environment, especially how we can better understand and respond to the complex and multidisciplinary issues in exposure and environmental health through sciences and policies. Dates:…
Oct 04 2022
The NCCMT looks forward to hosting its popular student-led webinar on EIDM in public health programs. During this webinar, students and recent graduates showcase how they are using EIDM tools and resources. EIDM skills are in demand in the workforce. Join this webinar to learn how the NCCMT’s accessible and informative resources can support your coursework, practicums and future public health…
Oct 06 2022
Join Dr. Emily Belita, PhD, as she describes the launch of the Evidence-Informed Decision-Making (EIDM) Competence Measure. This self-report tool has 27 questions to help public health professionals assess knowledge, skills, attitudes/beliefs, and behaviours related to EIDM. Using this comprehensive assessment will help to highlight individual strengths and areas for development related to EIDM.