This webinar will describe the new LGBTQ supplement of Ontario’s Health Equity Impact Assessment (HEIA), which will be launched soon.
This companion to the HEIA tool, developed by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) and Rainbow Health Ontario (RHO), addresses the unique needs and concerns of LGBTQ populations.
In this webinar you will explore:
- Health disparities and specific health needs among LGBTQ populations
- Approaches to policy and program design that take into account the needs of these communities
- How to use HEIA to identify and prevent unintended health equity impacts on LGBTQ populations.
This webinar is hosted by the Health Equity Impact Assessment (HEIA) Community of Interest.
The Life-Course Perspective offers a new way of looking at health, not as disconnected stages unrelated to each other, but as an integrated continuum. Presenting data using a Lifecourse approach identifies times at which targeted interventions may be especially effective. Health and social care organizations can then use this information to offer services that provide safety nets and springboards for individuals during key life periods to alter life course trajectories in a positive way. This webinar will examine multiple Niagara specific data sources to examine the key reasons why individuals interact with health services.
This is a presentation of policy brief #31 by the Niagara Community Observatory at Brock University, entitled, “The Future of Niagara’s Health: Using a Life-Course Approach to Improve Well-being”.
- Dr. Sinéad McElhone, Manager of Surveillance and Evaluation, NIagara Region Public Health & Adjunct Faculty, Brock University
- Diane Vanecko, Director of Organizational and Foundational Standards at Niagara Region Public Health
This webinar is hosted by Niagara Connects.
This webinar will cover understandings of sex and gender, sex differences in Alzheimer’s disease, how the higher number of women with AD may be due to both, and a discussion of the role of estrogens in the health of brain regions associated with Alzheimer’s disease.
This webinar is hosted by brainXchange.