importance of health education

New videos explore the Queen’s Weeneebayko Health Education Program | Faculty of Health Sciences

With support from the Mastercard Foundation, Queen’s University and the Weeneebayko Area Health Authority (WAHA) are co-developing a program to train health professionals living along the western James Bay coast. Visit the program’s website or explore three new videos (links below) sharing perspectives on its vision and impact.  Announced March 1, the Queen’s Weeneebayko Health […]

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How to Build Psychological Safety in Professional Development

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Globe editorial: On mental health education, Ontario is now in a class of its own

The government of Ontario took an extraordinary step this month when it announced that mental health literacy would be a mandatory subject for Grade 10 high school students as of September, 2024, and that students in Grades 7 and 8 would be given enhanced tools for recognizing and managing mental health issues as of this

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UNICEF and the Government of Canada contribute to improve education and comprehensive health in high schools and to prevent violence and teenage pregnancy – Peru

Loreto, Peru, March 2023 – In order to evaluate the impact that the OF ADOLESCENTS project has on the lives of girls and boys in Loreto, a delegation of specialists led by the Chief of Cooperation of the Canadian Embassy in Peru, Ysabel Blanco, and the UNICEF Representative in Peru, Javier Alvarez, visited the region.

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Bernie Sanders plans to take Senate committee on the road to give voice to working-class struggles

Sen. Bernard Sanders says he plans on taking the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee on the road in the hopes of spotlighting the economic divide between the working class and billionaires. Mr. Sanders, a Vermont independent and three-time presidential contender, is expected to take the reins of the powerful committee next month and plans

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