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The six National Collaborating Centres (NCCs) for Public Health promote and improve the use of scientific research and other knowledge to strengthen public health practices and policies in Canada. They identify knowledge gaps, foster networks and translate existing knowledge to produce and exchange relevant, accessible, and evidence-informed products with practitioners, policy makers and researchers. 
Safe drinking water in Canada is of highest importance especially in regards to systems serving small and remote communities. The six NCCs jointly developed a number of products on how best to provide public health oversight to small drinking water systems with the goal of improving those systems by providing the necessary evidence to inform practice and policy.

This joint project has now been completed. However, the NCCEH continues to work on small drinking water systems and water issues in general. Contact NCCEH for further information, or visit their drinking water web page.
How does public health relate to such concepts as social justice, solidarity and reciprocity? Public Health Ethics are enjoying growing interest among public health professionals. The NCCs are exploring the utility of various fundamental ethical concepts in the evaluation of public health practices and policies.
Discover how the essential public health functions are organized in the provinces and territories accross Canada. Click here to discover this useful chart developed by the NCC for Healthy Public Policy.
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NCCPH KT Graduate Student Awards 2014 - Call for applications
NCCPH KT Graduate Student Awards 2014 - Call for applications 2014-02-05 . Each year, the National Collaborating Centres for Public Health (NCCPH) recognizes the work of graduate students regarding knowledge translation (KT) in public health in Canada. The award is open to students who are currently enrolled in a graduate program (full or part-time) OR students who completed a graduate degree in the last 12 months. Applicants must be students at a Canadian academic institution, and in a discipline relevant to public health.

Deadline for applications is March 10, 2014. For further information, please contact Donna Ciliska at ciliska@mcmaster.ca.
 
Online Continuing Education Course – HIA Step by Step
Online Continuing Education Course – HIA Step by Step 2014-02-04 . A 12-hour online continuing education course on health impact assessment (HIA) of public policies will be offered by the NCCHPP.

This online course will focus on the five steps of HIA and will take place over 3 weeks. It will allow you to become familiar with the HIA process applied to public policies, recognize its fundamentals, and think about the favourable conditions for successful HIA implementation.

Next courses: 
- In English: March 3 to 28, 2014 
- In French: May 26 to June 20, 2014. 

To learn more, click here.

NCCPH Networking Breakfast at JASP 2013 2013-09-09 . The National Collaborating Centres for Public Health invite you to join us for a Networking Breakfast on November 26, from 7:30 - 8:30 at the Reine Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal during JASP 2013 (Journées annuelles de santé publique - Québec's Annual Public Health Days).

This will be an opportunity to have a look at the latest publications and tools related to the six Centres' themes: aboriginal health, environmental health, infectious diseases, healthy public policies, determinants of health and methods and tools in public health.

Don't miss this great networking opportunity! Coffee, croissants and fruits will be served at the Centres' booth in the exhibitor's hall.

To visit the JASP website, click here.

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