» Sustaining Healthy Start – Beyond 2020
Sustaining Healthy Start – Beyond 2020 is an important knowledge sharing forum about the impact of the Healthy Start/Départ santé initiative and its future. It will offer a creative and synergistic experience for partners, supporters and connectors in the health and early years networks. We hope to engage as many knowledge mobilisers as possible!
When: September 26, 2018 – 9:00 am to 2:30 pm
Where: U of R – Language Institute, Room 215
3737, Wascana Parkway, Regina
Maps and directions: www.uregina.ca/contact/maps-directions/
Parking : Parking passes will be available on site. We ask that guests drive to the front of Language Institute building; parking passes will be distributed for section M in Parking lots 13 and 14 at the U of R.
Parking Map :
Videoconferencing: All New Brunswick and remote participants may access the Zoom broadcast.
Instructions to connect to the Videoconference via Zoom
N.B. A bursary will be made available to offset travel costs (Saskatchewan residents).
RSVP Fatuma Omari firstname.lastname@example.org if you have not done so already, and specify any food allergies or restrictions.
Information: Gabrielle Lepage-Lavoie 306-381-6844/ email@example.com
ROUND TABLE Objectives :
- Share project findings and recommendations;
- Knowledge sharing strategies: how best to disseminate our results and engage partners;
- Sustaining an initiative like Healthy Start for the health and wellness of young children.
White Paper: Preliminary Healthy Start / Départ Santé Scale-up Proposal
An Evaluation of the Healthy Start/Départ Santé (HSDS) Knowledge Development and Exchange (KDE) Strategy – September 2018
Kelsey Brown – Gabriela Novotna, PhD – Nazeem Muhajarine, PhD