Planning Health Promotion Programs
Developing an evidence-informed program is an essential part of program planning in health promotion. Planning includes strategic program and operational planning components, as well as a series of decisions based on collecting and analyzing a wide range of information.
The new edition of the Planning Health Promotion Programs Introductory Workbook helps readers understand and navigate the six steps needed to plan an evidence-informed health promotion program. The workbook features interactive worksheets, additional examples, supplementary resources and tips. This is the first edition to contain health equity information.
Public Health Ontario (PHO) wishes to acknowledge the historical contributions of the National Collaborating Centre of Methods and Tools at McMaster University towards the Online Health Program Planner – a resource cited and adapted to inform the content of this workbook.
To access the new workbook
- Click on the Workbook.
- Select Open.
- Click Extract All.
The interactive workbook and worksheets replace the Online Health Program Planner, which will no longer be available as of early 2019.
PHO Grand Rounds: “Communities are attempting to tackle this crisis”: a scoping review of community overdose responses
Using integrated knowledge translation, we involved experts and knowledge users in conducting, interpreting, reporting and discussing the application of these findings.
This presentation summarizes our preliminary results and considers how this knowledge could be used to inform practice across Canada.