[apolnet-l] Save the date for the 7th annual Alcohol: No Ordinary Commodity Forum

Ben Rempel apn at opha.on.ca
Mon Nov 30 16:17:10 EST 2009


SAVE THE DATE!
 
The 7th annual Alcohol: No Ordinary Commodity Forum will take place on
Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010 at North York Memorial Hall in Toronto.
 
"Alcohol Policy: Time to Act!
Current Research, Policy, and Practical Applications to address
Alcohol-Related Harm"
 
Key note address by Dr. Thomas Babor, University of Connecticut School
of Medicine and lead author and principle investigator of the landmark
book "Alcohol: No Ordinary Commodity - Research and Public Policy."
 
Enjoy other speakers including:
 

*        Dr. Norman Giesbrecht, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

*        Mr. Andy Murie, CEO of MADD Canada

*        Ms. Denise DePape, Director of Alcohol Harm Reduction in
British Columbia's Ministry of Healthy Living and Sport

*        Ms. Nancy Langdon, Chair of the OPHA Alcohol Workgroup and
Program Development Officer with Ottawa Public Health

*        Representatives from Niagara Regional Public Health and Toronto
Public Health

 

This event is brought to you by the Alcohol Policy Network at the
Ontario Public Health Association and the Centre for Addiction and
Mental Health in partnership with Toronto Public Health, York Regional
Public Health, and Ottawa Public Health. Support also provided by the
Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion.

 

PLEASE SAVE THE DATE! REGISTRATION WILL OPEN IN EARLY DECEMBER! STAY
TUNED AT www.apolnet.ca <http://www.apolnet.ca/>  FOR UPDATES!

 

 

Please note: The Ontario Injury Prevention Resource Centre (OIPRC) will
hold their first Injury Prevention forum on Wednesday, March 3, 2010.
This forum will also be held at North York Memorial Hall.  For more
information regarding OIPRC's forum please visit them at:
www.oninjuryresources.ca <http://www.oninjuryresources.ca/> . 

 
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