Primary Prevention Forums
Hosted by the Primary Prevention Syndicate and supported by the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada - Manitoba, Primary Prevention Forums bring individuals and organizations together to strengthen our collective commitment to primary prevention in the province.
SPRING 2012 Forum "Primary Prevention in Tough Economic Times" - May 10
This spring, the fith Primary Prevention engagement forum was held and focused on "Primary Prevention in Tough Economic Times". The province's first ever Primary Prevention Research Chair, Dr. Alan Katz was guest speaker, and the feature presentation was provided by Dr. Richard Stanwick, who is known for his legendary role in championing smoke-free workplaces in Canada. The forum included comments by Hon. Jim Rondeau - Minister of Healthy Living, Seniors and Consumer Affairs and a workshop on "Common and Cross-Messaging".
The session featured a Common and Cross Messaging workshop. Guided by a draft discussion paper prepared by the Advocacy Planning Table and a presentation by the Alliance, participants identified the following themes for moving forward:
Click to view a copy of the discussion paper; the presentation and handouts from the Alliance, as presented by Doris Mae Oulton, can be viewed / downloaded below:
Findings will be taken back to the Advocacy Planning Table for review and further action.
Primary Prevention in Tough Economic Times Discussion
The evening featured a compelling and thought-provoking presentation by Dr. Richard Stanwick. The presentation was followed by table discussions which identified the following themes:
The table discussions also identified and prioritized the following leading actions that need to be supported:
FALL 2011 Forum - November 3
On November 3, 2011, the Primary Prevention Syndicate, supported by Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada - Manitoba, hosted its fourth stakeholder engagement forum.
One of the highlights of the session was the “Knowledge in motion Workshop” facilitated by Laura Plett, Dr. Elizabeth Ready and Jan Schmalenberg, sharing their lessons learned from Winnipeg in motion. Participants also received an update on the work of the Syndicate and its partners. As well, a summary of work in the research area was presented. Copies of PowerPoint presentations used in this session can be downloaded below.