Les Événements et les Conférences

X Effects Conference Women and mental health in the workplace

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April 1, 2009 Toronto ON

500,000 Canadians miss work every day because of mental health problems.
And two-thirds of them are women.
 
Yet when it comes to women's mental health in the workplace, the issues,
their causes and management are under-researched. Women's mental health
issues are costing a fortune and causing untold suffering.
 We need to take action. New thinking on how to improve the quality of
the workplace experience for women with mental health issues is urgently
needed.
 
On April 1, the X Effects Conference will bring together clinicians, human resource
professionals, corporate executives, policy makers, researchers,
educators, healthcare workers and the interested public.
 
Together, we will ask the tough questions, develop creative solutions
and move the agenda for women's mental health in the workplace to the
next level.
 
For more information and to register, please go to the website.

















Medical Students for Choice Canadian National Conference

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April 17 -19, 2009 Montreal QC

 

Medical Students for Choice (MSFC) is a bi-national organization dedicated to supporting comprehensive reproductive health care for all women though educating medical students and other health professionals. The McGill Medical Students for Choice chapter is honoured to be hosting the Canadian National Conference this year, discussing the diversity of women needing reproductive and sexual health care, and how, as physicians and health care workers, we can help women access services they choose.

For any question or information, please contact: msfcconference2009@yahoo.ca

Register online here.

$ex for $ale: A Groundbreaking Academic Conference

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March 6 - 7, 2009  Toronto, ON

This unprecedented and controversial conference, presented by the Sexual Diversity Studies Student Union at the University Of Toronto, will explore the complex relationship between government and prostitution, investigating a variety of perspectives and raising challenging discourses. Everywhere, the topic of prostitution brings forth a wide range of attitudes, opinions, and often-emotional responses; here at the University of Toronto, we're bringing it all together into a groundbreaking and provocative discussion.

For more information, visit the conference website.

Transforming Power: Feminism and the New Politics

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March 10, 2009   Ottawa, ON



The Pauline Jewett Institute of Women's and Gender Studies invites you to attend a presentation in celebration of International Women's Day by Judy Rebick.

Judy Rebick is a veteran social justice activist, feminist educator, and writer. She currently holds the CAW-Sam Gindin Chair in Social Justice and Democracy at Ryerson University in Toronto. She is the author of several books, the most recent of which are Transforming Power: From the personal to the political (Penguin 2009) and Ten Thousand Roses: The Making of a Feminist Revolution (Penguin 2005). Judy is the founder and former publisher of rabble.ca and a past-president of the National Action Committee on the Status of Women.



Tuesday, March 10, 2009

3:30-5:30 pm
101 Azrieli Theatre
CARLETON UNIVERSITY
Free Admission and All are Welcome

For more information, please contact Hélène Boudreault, at 613-520-6644
Email: hboudre@uottawa.ca





Organization for the Study of Sex Differences (OSSD) Third Annual Meeting

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June 4-6, 2009  Toronto, ON

This year's annual meeting will facilitate an interdisciplinary exchange of ideas by providing investigators from various fields a unique opportunity to share their latest findings and hypotheses about sex differences. The interdisciplinary meeting will bring together researchers who share an interest in sex differences and who are unlikely to meet at other scientific conferences and meetings.

Satellite Event
June 4th 12-3pm

The Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Gender and Health is pleased to sponsor the event Sex cells, but gender matters: New frontiers in health research. Session Chair: Dr. Donna Stewart, Lillian Love Chair in Women's Health, University Health Network and University of Toronto

For more information, please visit the website.










Creating a Women’s Revolution: Eve Ensler speaking at Women’s College Hospital

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March 5, 2009  Toronto, ON

Women’s College Hospital presents Eve Ensler. Join us in honour of International Women’s Day to hear her heart-rending account of mass rape and femicide in the Congo. Eve Ensler is not only a world-renowned playwright, performer, author, and activist. She is also the founder of a global movement to end violence against women. At Women’s College Hospital, we too are committed to helping end violence against women. In fact, our cutting-edge treatment programs help women rebuild their lives and our pioneering research deepens our understanding of the issues.

Don’t miss this provocative and inspiring evening, Thursday, March 5, 2009, 7:00 pm MaRS Discovery District Auditorium, 101 College Street, Toronto.

For tickets call: UofTtix (416) 978-8849 (97UTTIX) or www.uofttix.ca

$12.50 through UofTtix or $10 at Women’s College Hospital – pick up only.

Focus” on Family Day

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February 16, 2009  Toronto, ON

The newest Provincial statuary holiday in Ontario, Family Day falls on February 16, 2009.  In anticipation of Family Day, a partnership of social service organizations serving families are defining Family Day by creating a culture of inclusion to embrace the diversity of family to honour this new civic holiday.  To celebrate we have created an interactive On-Line Photo Gallery project, www.FamilyDayToronto.org.  This all-embracing campaign invites people to submit photos and stories of their self-defined families before February 16,  to illustrate the great diversity of family structures in our communities. This is a call to participate and endorse a broad definition of family.

Cochrane Symposium Registration Open!

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March 11 - 12, 2009 Halifax, NS

Registration is now open for the 7th Annual Canadian Cochrane Symposium - Wave to the Future: Navigating the Health Connections Among Systematic Reviews, Policies and Practices.

Wave to the Future promises a compelling line-up of sessions and speakers that reflect the latest examples and success stories from the field.

Take advantage of the Early Bird discount before January 30, 2008! 

 

To register, visit our website.

The Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing 2nd Annual Nursing Research Day: Leading Research for Health in Our Communities

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June 24, 2009  Toronto, ON

There will also be a pre-conference Program Evaluation Workshop on
Tuesday, June 23, 2009, 1:30 pm-4:30 pm.

Co-sponsored by The Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, Ryerson
University Lambda Pi-at-Large Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau International

Ryerson University, Toronto, ON

Watch for the call for abstracts and registration information soon here.



Best Start Resource Centre 2009 Annual Conference

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February 23-25, 2009   Toronto, ON


The conference addresses preconception through to child health and explores sessions relevant to your work and areas of interest. Acquire the latest information, learn innovative strategies and programs, and meet new colleagues. Register by January 16, 2009 to take advantage of the "early bird" special of $250.00.

Find out more about the conference here.

Or contact Meghan Boston-McCracken at: Tel: (416) 408-2249 / 1-800-397-9567 ext. 2345, Fax: (705) 254-7503, Email: m.boston-mccracken@healthnexus.ca

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