By-law development can be an important health promotion strategy. In this webinar, we will provide an overview of the eight steps to developing a by-law. The steps include assessing readiness for by-law development, developing by-law options, and building support among decision-makers. As we examine the eight steps we will highlight the ‘how’ and ‘why’ of each step, and bring the most challenging steps to life with examples. To close, we will identify additional resources and describe our training and consultation services.
Who should attend?
The goal of this webinar is to help health promotion and public health practitioners work toward healthy public policies. We recommend these sessions for anyone seeking definitions, tools, resources and organized approaches to by-law development. Both front line staff and team will find this session useful.
Presenter: Kim Bergeron
Kim Bergeron is a health promotion field support specialist, Bylaw and Policy Development, with the Health Promotion, Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention department at Public Health Ontario.
Kim has over nineteen years of experience working within and alongside the Ontario public health system to facilitate multidisciplinary partnerships to create healthy, sustainable communities. She has provided consulting services to a number of provincial government programs working towards policy change, program development, and improving standards of practice. Kim holds a doctorate in health studies with a focus on health and the built environment from Queen’s University and a master of health studies from Athabasca University.
• Recall and explain the eight steps for developing a by-law
• Analyze opportunities and challenges related to by-law development
• Apply the model to specific Ontario health issues
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