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Seminar: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Municipal Alcohol Policies
Tuesday, December 3, 2013 02:30 pm to 04:00 pm
Venue: online
Topic:
Health Promotion
City: Online
Type:  
Format: Webinar
Part two of a two-part series:
This presentation will focus on evaluation approaches for municipal alcohol policies (MAPs). Challenges related to evaluating changes in community culture will be explored. We will provide sample process and outcome indicators to measure the effectiveness of MAPs and profile the assistance that is being provided to BC communities seeking to evaluate MAPs. Commentary on data sources and project evaluation resources will be included.
 
 

Presenters:

Benjamin Rempel
Ben is a Health Promotion Field Support Specialist in Alcohol Policy at Public Health Ontario. Ben has worked as both a Program Specialist and Program Manager in public health for over ten years in the areas of injury prevention, community engagement and alcohol policy. Ben has contributed to numerous publications, reports, workshops, and resources on healthy public policy, with research published in several academic journals. He holds an undergraduate degree in health promotion from Laurentian University and a master’s of public health from the University of Waterloo.
 
Salima Hussein
Salima is a Health Promotion Field Support Specialist focusing on Planning and Evaluation at Public Health Ontario. Salima holds a master of public health (health promotion) and a master of social work from the University of Toronto, as well as a bachelor of social work from the University of British Columbia. Her professional background includes ten years of experience in program planning, monitoring and evaluation in the not-for profit sector. 
 
Krissi Spinoza
Krissi is a passionate advocate of community development and healthy communities. She has worked extensively with not-for-profits and local government organizations both in Canada and the UK in order to support communities in improving their health and well-being. In her current role at BC Healthy Communities, Krissi is working with the BC Ministry of Health, local governments and local community groups to deliver the MAP program throughout the province. The MAP program will support approximately 25 communities throughout BC to develop, deliver and evaluate MAPs.
 
River Chandler
River joined the BC Ministry of Health in 2009 as a Policy Analyst in the Problematic Substance Use Prevention department.  Her harm reduction work spans illegal and prescription drugs and alcohol.  She currently co-leads a project working with local governments and First Nations to develop MAPs.
 
 

Learning objectives

• To introduce approaches and indicators for evaluating municipal alcohol policies.
• To provide a practical example of evaluating municipal alcohol policies. 
 

Questions

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Public Health Ontario is committed to complying with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). If you require accommodations to participate in this event, please contact 647-260-7100 or cbs@oahpp.ca.
 
 

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