The National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools

The National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools building capacity for evidence-informed public health We help you to find and use innovative, high quality, up-to-date methods and tools for sharing what works in public health.

Notez bien : Tous nos produits sont disponsible en français. SVP visitez notre site Web: www.ccnmo.ca. Tous nos produits et services sont disponible en francais.

Mission: The NCCMT will enhance evidence-informed public health practice and policy in Canada by providing leadership and expertise in sharing what works in public health.

10/09/2020

Free Evidence-Informed Decision Making Skills Assessment. Personalized feedback. #PublicHealth http://ow.ly/7DuT30rao2D

10/09/2020

Évaluation gratuite des compétences en prise de décisions fondée sur des données probantes. Rétroaction personnalisée. #SantéPublique http://ow.ly/nRG130rao1f

Ne manquez pas le webinaire d’aujourd’hui! Pour vous y inscrire, cliquez ici : http://ow.ly/Y9q550BdTgB
10/08/2020

Ne manquez pas le webinaire d’aujourd’hui! Pour vous y inscrire, cliquez ici : http://ow.ly/Y9q550BdTgB

10/07/2020

How reliable is that #QualitativeResearch study? Find out with our Critical Appraisal learning module. http://ow.ly/7tXx30rao2C

10/07/2020

À quel point cette étude qualitative est-elle fiable? Découvrez-le par notre module sur l'évaluation critique. http://ow.ly/kBKM30rdPyd

Canadian Public Health Association
10/06/2020

Canadian Public Health Association

New job posted on our job board | Nouvelle occasion d'emploi publiée sur notre babillard d'emplois

Policy Specialist (Manitoba) @ Action on Smoking & Health
Deadline: 23/10

Sr. Medical Officer of Health @ Indigenous Services Canada
NEW Deadline: 22/10

https://www.cpha.ca/job-board

National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health - NCCEH-CCNSE
10/06/2020

National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health - NCCEH-CCNSE

Our Sept #COVID-19 e-News is available! Issue features:
▶️ Risks for performing arts
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▶️ Nanomaterials as disinfectants
▶️ Public washroom safety
▶️ Latest Research Scan
https://ncceh.ca/content/newsletter-archive

10/05/2020
Understanding Research Evidence

Short on time? Learn basic stats terms in just a few minutes with our Understanding Research Evidence videos! http://ow.ly/lIli30rao2B

Understanding and interpreting research evidence is an important part of practicing evidence-informed public health. You need to understand some basic concep...

10/02/2020

Free Evidence-Informed Decision Making Skills Assessment. Personalized feedback. #PublicHealth http://ow.ly/Ghnf30r1m4o

10/02/2020

Évaluation gratuite des compétences en prise de décisions fondée sur des données probantes. Rétroaction personnalisée. #SantéPublique http://ow.ly/rnXU30r1m5a

09/30/2020

How reliable is that #QualitativeResearch study? Find out with our Critical Appraisal learning module. http://ow.ly/F9mi30r1m4n

09/30/2020

À quel point cette étude qualitative est-elle fiable? Découvrez-le par notre module sur l'évaluation critique. http://ow.ly/65Uw30rcAWc

09/28/2020
Understanding Research Evidence

Short on time? Learn basic stats terms in just a few minutes with Understanding Research Evidence videos! http://ow.ly/eukS30r1m4m

Understanding and interpreting research evidence is an important part of practicing evidence-informed public health. You need to understand some basic concep...

09/25/2020

Free online learning module: Implementing #KnowledgeTranslation Strategies in #PublicHealth http://ow.ly/elDs30r1m4l

09/25/2020

Module d'apprentissage en ligne gratuit : Mettre en œuvre des stratégies d'application des connaissances en #SantéPublique http://ow.ly/bTpj30rb2fN

09/23/2020

Can you trust a systematic review? Not always! Learn critical appraisal skills with a free online module. http://ow.ly/N7Js30r1m4k

09/23/2020

Pouvez-vous compter sur un revue systématique? Pas toujours! Apprenez l'évaluation critique par un module en ligne gratuit. http://ow.ly/AXG730rb282

09/23/2020

Is your #PublicHealth organization looking for trusted overviews of recent research to help answer your pressing COVID-19 questions? We’ve got you covered with our Rapid Evidence Service! From a summary of key points to identification of knowledge gaps through rigorous searches to the appraisal of evidence quality, this Service is here to support you in your COVID-19 response. Find out how you can submit a question and access already completed rapid reviews here: http://ow.ly/uy0r50BnwL4

09/23/2020

Votre organisation de #SantéPublique cherche-t-elle des synthèses fiables d’études récentes pouvant aider à répondre à vos questions urgentes liées à la COVID-19? Notre Service rapide de données probantes est là pour vous aider! D’un résumé des principaux éléments à l’identification des lacunes dans les connaissances, en passant par des recherches rigoureuses et par l’évaluation de la qualité des données probantes, ce Service est là pour vous assister dans votre réponse à la COVID-19. Découvrez comment nous soumettre une question et consultez les revues rapides déjà réalisées : http://ow.ly/YT9250BnwP8

09/18/2020

Free online Evidence-Informed Decision Making Skills Assessment available now! #EvidenceInformed #PublicHealth http://ow.ly/emF030r1m4i

09/18/2020

Évaluation en ligne gratuite des compétences en prise de décisions fondée sur des données probantes maintenant! #SantéPublique http://ow.ly/pZIQ30r1m54

09/16/2020

Can you trust that study? The Critical Appraisal of Intervention Studies module can help! http://ow.ly/D2Jf30r1m4h

09/16/2020

L'étude est-elle fiable? Sachez-le par le module Évaluation critique d'études sur les interventions! http://ow.ly/LlS230ra9xv

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We are one of six National Collaborating Centres for Public Health in Canada. The NCCMT provides leadership and expertise in sharing what works in public health. We believe that using evidence to inform public health practice and policy in Canada can improve our public health system and, ultimately, the health of all Canadians. Our primary target audiences are public health managers and professionals across Canada who promote and facilitate evidence-informed decision making. Our products and services are available and relevant to all public health practitioners, policy makers and researchers. By working with other National Collaborating Centres, and other national and international public health and knowledge translation organizations, we avoid unnecessary duplication. We are hosted by McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada. The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the Public Health Agency of Canada.

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