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4P Training Program: Prevention, Promotion and Public Policy

Welcome to the Training Program in Transdisciplinary Research on Public Health Interventions: Promotion, Prevention and Public Policy (4P) website.

4P Training Program News

Program News:

Three (3) Fellows completed the 4P Program this summer. They are Ghandour El Kebir, Biessé Diakaridja Soura and Aman Verma.

The 4P Training Program enters its last full year in its current form. The 2014-2015 full schedule began in September 2014 with two consecutive days on September 4th and 5th at the DSP Montreal on Population Health Intervention Research and the Integration of Field Data in the Social Health Planning.

The next seminar will be held on October 16th in St-Hyacinthe. It will focus on the study of complex phenomena that impact on health. The JASP will take place from November 24th to 26th in Quebec City, and the December seminar will take place on December 16 in Montreal and will focus on the application of knowledge. Seminar dates in 2015 are forthcoming.

Anne-Marie Hamelin

4P Training Program Schedule of Activities

Seminar dates in 2015 are forthcoming.

Wednesday, January 21 2015
Aboriginal Health Seminar
Kahnawake, Qc

Wednesday, February 11 2015
4P Seminar
Université de Sherbrooke, Longueuil Campus

Wednesday, March 18 2015
4P Seminar
Location to be confirmed

Wednesday, April 22 2015
4P Seminar
Location to be confirmed

May 25-28 2015
CPHA 2015 - Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference
Vancouver, C.B.

November 2014 - 4P Program Activities

Aboriginal Health Seminar

Wednesday, 21 january 2015

Kahnawake Shakotiia’takehnhas Community Services
Salle Ohkwá:ri
Kahnawake, Qc

08h30: Welcoming of participants

08h45 :
  • Welcoming Words
    Derek Montour, Directo, Kahnawake Shakotiia’takehnhas Community Services

  • Opening Prayer:
    Kahnawake Elder Charlie Patton

  • Tour de table

09h30-10h15: Lecture
Health Iniquities among Quebec Aboriginal Peoples : Social Determinants of Health Perspective – Dr Faisca Richer, Public Health Specialist, Vice-President of Scientific Affairs, INSPQ

10h15-10h30: Question period and exchanges of ideas

10h30-10h45: Break

10h45-12h00: Presentations
First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission (FNQLHSSC) – Marjolaine Siouï, Executive Director, FNQLHSSC; Jean-Denis Gill, Research Sector Manager, FNQLHSSC; Jonathan Leclerc, Population Surveys Coordinator, FNQLHSSC.
  • Governance of First Nations
  • Health and Social and Services situation
  • Research Needs
  • Research with First Nations

12h00-12h15 : Question period and exchanges of ideas

12h15-13h30 : Lunch

Examples of research with Inuits and First Nations

13h30-14h00 : Case study
Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project (KSDPP) - A Case Study for Community-Based Participatory Research. Community – Dr. Ann Macaulay, CM MD FCFP FRCPC (Hon), Dept of Family Medicine, McGill, and CIET/Participatory Research at McGill (PRAM), and Elder Amelia Tekwatonti McGregor for the KSDPP Community Advisory Board

14h00-14h15 : Question period and exchanges of ideas

14h15-14h45 : Presentations- Qanuippitaa? 2004 Nunavik Health Survey
  • 14h15-14h30 : Presentations - Survey Processes and Challenges - Suzanne Bruneau, Aboriginal Health Sector Head, INSPQ

  • 14h30-14h45: Presentation- Multilevel analysis of social determinants of Inuit youth mental health in Nunavik: An attempt at participatory epidemiology at the Masters level – Dr. Andrew Gray, MSc, PGY- 4 in Public Health, McGill Faculty of Medicine

14h45-15h00 : Question period and exhanges of ideas

15h00-15h15 : Break

15h15-16h15 : Panel / Round Table
– Iniquities, Policy Solutions and Impact on the Way to Conduct Research Among Aboriginal Peoples – Moderator (to be confirmed) - with the participation of : Dr Ann Macaulay, CIET/Participatory Research at McGill (PRAM); Ghislain Picard, Assembly of First Nations Regional Chief Quebec-Labrador; Dr Faisca Richer, Public Health Specialist, INSPQ; Marjolaine Siouï, Executive Director, FNQLHSSC

16h15h-16h30 : Question period and exchanges of ideas

16h30-16h45 : Concluding remarks

16h45 : Closing Prayer


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