Community Hubs: From Health Care to Health 2015

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Healthy Connections 2015

Community Hubs
From Health Care to Health

Community hubs are increasingly seen as a means of overcoming health care fragmentation by gathering together diverse services and providers at a single location and promoting collaboration across sectors.

It’s time to move the policy agenda forward from health care to health.

On-line Registration Is Now Open!
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March 24, 2015  •   8:30 am – 3:30 pm   •   COST:  $75 ($35 for Students)

Includes a copy of Nick Saul’s book
The Stop: How the Fight for Good Food Transformed a Community and Inspired a Movement
Ryerson University, Oakham House

Featured Canadian Author:

Nick Saul, President & CEO, Community Food Centres Canada and Jane Jacobs Prize-Winning Canadian Author

International Speaker:

Mike Saks, Visiting Professor, Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto; Research Professor of Health Policy, University Campus Suffolk (UCS) and Visiting Professor in Health and Community Studies, University of Lincoln

Expert Panel: 

Will share insights and transferable lessons that highlight key challenges and promising solutions.
Bill Davidson, Langs Community, Health, Wellness
Lorraine Duff, United Way Toronto
Paulos Gebreyesus, Unison Health and Community Services

Special Afternoon Workshop

In-depth and interactive look at how two community hubs were built “from the ground up.”

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Presented by Solutions, Canadian Research Network for Care in the Community (CRNCC) and the Health System Performance Research Network (HSPRN) in partnership with Ryerson University, Faculty of Arts

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