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Canadian Public Health Association

Programme virtuelle de Santé publique 2020

Toutes les séances seront présentées en anglais. L'interprétation simultanée ne sera disponible que pour les séances marquées d'un *.

Les séances seront présenter de 12 h à 16 h 30 (heure de l’Est) tous les jours.

programme final 

MERCREDI 14 OCTOBRE

12 h à 12 h 55 Plénière I : Réflexions à l’ère de la COVID-19 : Conversation avec les docteurs Theresa Tam et Howard Njoo *
12 h 55 à 13 h Pause
13 h à 14 h

Séances simultanées

  • Attaining access for all: Universal pharmacare to improve public health and address health equity in Canada
  • More is not always better in public health
  • Understanding the infodemic and misinformation in the fight against COVID-19
  • Use a web-based planning tool to calculate the predict life expectancy and mortality for provinces and health regions based on sociodemographic and health behaviour risks
14 h à 14 h 15 Pause
14 h 15 à 15 h 15

Séances simultanées

  • COVID-19 and health inequities in Canada: Understanding community-based needs and opportunities for action*
  • From ‘service delivery target’ to ‘source of expertise’: Engaging those who live with inequities to shape public health priorities
  • How to apply artificial intelligence to real problems in local public health
  • Refreshing Core Competencies for Public Health Practice in Canada: What are the priorities?
15 h 15 à 15 h 25 Pause
15 h 25 à 16 h 30 Plénière II : Changements climatiques, santé humaine et riposte de la santé publique*

JEUDI 15 OCTOBRE

12 h à 12 h 55 Plénière III : Le bien-être mental des populations*
12 h 55 à 13 h Pause
13 h à 14 h

Séances simultanées 

  • Action Framework for Building an Inclusive Health System: Evidence-based Interventions to Address Stigma and Discrimination in Public Health Institutions*
  • The future of race-based and Indigenous identity data in Canada: Towards a standardized approach
  • Surveillance to assess impacts of COVID-19 pandemic: Overview and some lessons learned across Canada 
  • Use of Incident Management System (IMS) to address challenges of COVID-19 in First Nations Health Authority responsible for 31 remote communities
14 h à 14 h 15 Pause
14 h 15 à 15 h 15

Séances simultanées

  • Climate change impacting the health and well-being in the Métis Homeland
  • Fostering an eco-social future for public health: EDGE, ECHO and next generation intersectoral action for health
  • Implications of race-based data collection during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Paved with good intentions: Gentrification and the health and equity impacts of urban change
  • Understanding our food systems: Building indigenous food sovereignty with northern Ontario public health
15 h 15 à 15 h 25 Pause
15 h 25 à 16 h 30 Plénière IV : Réflexions à l’ère de la COVID-19 : Conversation avec trois médecins hygiénistes en chef *

VENDREDI 16 OCTOBRE

12 h à 12 h 55 Plénière V : Santé publique, vérité et réconciliation*
12 h 55 à 13 h Pause
13 h à 14 h

Séances simultanées

  • COVID-19 outbreak management: Experiences, best practices, and lessons learned
  • Examining racism in systems as a public health issue 
  • Nutrition public policy - Next steps for Canada
  • Strengthening health equity in education and professional development: Using storytelling and role play to build competencies
  • Those who lead: Indigenous community based organizations roles in Public Health 
14 h à 14 h 15 Pause
14 h 15 à 15 h 15

Séances simultanées

  • Addressing climate change as a public health professional
  • Alcohol, other drugs and suicide: Current evidence and implications for monitoring and prevention
  • Canada’s role in global health: Challenges and opportunities for public health action
  • “Equity is not equality”? Deepening our understanding of justice as an ethical foundation for health equity
  • The impact of COVID-19 in the Region of the Americas: Public health, economic and social contexts
15 h 15 à 15 h 25 Pause
15 h 25 à 16 h 30 Plénière VI : Réflexions à l’ère de la COVID-19 : Comment discréditer la mésinformation et la désinformation*