Health promotion programs can play an important role in increasing the health of Ontarians and their communities. However, not all health promotion programs are sustained beyond their initial funding period. A recently published systematic review identified factors that promote program sustainability. A June 2021 webinar explored definitions of sustainability and related concepts and introduced the 14 factors that promote sustainability. The second part of this webinar will dive deeply into the 14 factors and discuss how they may be applied in practice.
Those who attended the June 2021 webinar (or watched the recording) “Planning Sustainable Health Promotion Programs”.
Health promoters and public health professionals who plan programs
By the end of this session, participants will be able to:
Andrea has worked in health promotion and public health since 2003, with a focus on program design and implementation, effective collaboration and learning design. As Senior Program Specialist in Health Promotion with Public Health Ontario, Andrea brings her enthusiasm and expertise for planning in all forms, evaluation, community engagement, partnership development and facilitation to public health units across Ontario. Andrea holds a Master’s degree in Public Health with a specialty in Health Promotion from Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia.
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