Pre-Conference Workshop: Walking the talk: place, public health, resource use and global change

December 3, 2014- Richmond, BC

The Canadian Community of Practice in Ecosystem Approaches to Health, Western Node, is pleased to announce a pre-conference workshop being held as part of the 2014 Public Health Association of British Columbia Conference. The workshop is one of a series being conducted by CoPEH-Canada as part of a project called “Linking public health, ecosystems and equity through ecohealth training and capacity building”, and funded by the Public Health Workforce Training and Capacity Building Initiative.

Click here for a pdf flyer advertising the workshop

This full-day workshop will be facilitated by Maya Gislason (SFU), Margot Parkes (UNBC) and Robert Woollard (UBC). Focused at the interface of public health, natural resource development and climate change, the workshop will explore how core public health competencies can be enhanced through integrative approaches such as ecosystem approaches to health and intersectoral dialogue that spans concerns around public health, equity, and ecologically sustainable development. The workshop will be experiential and interactive, starting and finishing at the conference venue, but also involving walking, facilitated discussions and site-visits in locations off-site throughout the course of the day.

For more information or to register send an email to: copeh-can@unbc.ca, with the subject heading: PHABC PCW

Fore more information about the 2014 PHABC Conference ,“Shared Prosperity for Health and Well-Being: A Collaborative Dialogue between Business and Public Health”, click here.

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