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The Association of Public Health Epidemiologists in Ontario (APHEO) is a professional organization of approximately 100 full members who practice epidemiology in Ontario's public health units, as well as more than 200 affiliate members. APHEO’s mission is to advance and promote the discipline and professional practice of epidemiology in Ontario public health units. APHEO develops core indicators of public health, advocates for public health epidemiology, provides networking opportunities, and facilitates information exchange among its members.
CAPHD is a non-profit, voluntary organization that represents Dental Public Health Specialists and Community Oral Health Professionals from across Canada. We strive to improve the oral health of Canadians through advocacy for, and the advancement of, dental public health.
The Canadian Cochrane Centre (CCC) is one of 14 independent, not-for-profit Centres of The Cochrane Collaboration worldwide. Located at the Centre for Practice-Changing Research at The Ottawa Hospital - General Campus, we support over 2,780 members to promote The Collaboration, The Cochrane Library and evidence-based health care. We collaborate with health professional organizations, health researchers, health technology assessment groups, universities, government agencies and consumer associations to achieve this goal.
CHLNet is a not-for-profit, Value Network comprised of over 30 health organizations across the country. The network facilitates or brokers joint work among and between its growing number of Network Partners. This joint work cuts across the health disciplines and across the lifecycle of leaders. CHLNet believes that leadership is a life-long pursuit and is Canada-wide. It is through this joint work that CHLNet produces a unique value add to the growing number of individual leadership initiatives across Canada.
The Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) is the national, independent, not-for-profit, voluntary association representing public health in Canada. CPHA’s members believe in universal and equitable access to the basic conditions which are necessary to achieve health for all Canadians.
"An evolving infrastructure and networking venue that uses innovative information technology to support discussions and actions on pressing community health issues CHNet Works is hosted by the Community Health Research Unit at the University of Ottawa."
The Community Health Nurses of Canada (CHNC) is a voluntary association of 2000 community health nurses (primarily public health and home health nurses) and provides a unified national voice to represent and promote community health nursing and the health of communities. The CHNC Board of Directors has representatives from each province and territory.
A diverse community of practitioners that has gathered to share knowledge and build a practice around our passion for and belief in the potential of communities of practice as a vehicle for positive organizational and world change.