Health Sources

Education and literacy

Collège Boréal

Collège Boréal provides a high calibre personalised education to a diverse clientele and it practices community leadership to foster the sustainable development of the francophone community of Ontario.

Consortium national de formation en santé (CNFS)

The CNFS is a Canada-wide umbrella organization bringing together 11 university and college educational institutions which deliver training programs in various health disciplines in French, as well as regional partners who facilitate and promote access to these training programs.

Early Learning Resource

Ophea; Healthy Schools, Healthy Communities

Various resources and ideas for physical activity program, warm-up session and health promotion education tools for school aged children.

ÉDUCAVIE.ca (French resource)

OPHEA Écoles saines, Communautés saines, Nexus Santé, Élargir l'espace francophone (French resource)

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This site develops and sustains collaboration among public health professionals, community health services and francophone education services in Ontario. This network, which focuses on the health and well-being focus on the following topics: growth and sexuality, mental health, addiction, healthy eating and physical skills.

HSPnet, Health Science Placement Network

HSPnet is a comprehensive, web-enabled Practice Education Management system for the health sciences, addressing challenges of discipline-specific and interprofessional student placements.

Interventions based on best practices for chronic disease prevention and health promotion

Public health Agency of Canada

Marche vers le future (Walking towards the futur)

"Marche vers le future" is one of a kind initiative to prevent falls and designed to meet the needs of clients in remote regions.

marche vers le futur3A design initiative to remotely meet client’s need on a unique fall prevention program. Through this program, seniors living in francophone minority communities can now receive similar training to those living in urban areas. Through videoconferencing, participants receive professional expertise which are not available in their communities.
 
Become a trainer following a free two day videoconferencing training.
For more information, contact CNFS by email (cnfs@uottawa.ca) or by phone at 613-562-5800ext 8027 or toll free at 1 877-221-2637

Primer to Action — Social Determinants of Health — Revised Edition

Ontario Chronic disease Prevention Alliance (OCDPA)

A resource for health professionals, volunteers and activists to explore the influence of social determinants of health on chronic diseases

Professionnels formés à l’étranger (French resource)

Le Regroupement des intervenants francophones en santé et en services sociaux de l’Ontario (Rifssso)

Toolkit for international professionals wishing to practice in Canada./Offer in French only