McMaster University

McMaster University

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Systems of Prevention & Care (SP&C)

The Systems of Prevention and Care (SP&C), based out of McMaster University, is led by Dr. Gina Browne and is a program/theme that is one of three areas of research under the Applied Health Research Network Initiative (AHRNI) hub, System Integration and Innovation Research Network (SIIReN).

The SP&C program will develop and implement research initiatives on integrated and innovative care and ecological analyses of interventions for problems affecting all levels of children and youth, their families, schools, and local neighbourhoods.

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A VERY SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY!

Dr. Browne's Keynote Address from the Canadian Nurses Association Biennial Convention, held this year in Vancouver BC, is now available as a webcast on the Canadian Nurse website!

To see this webcast, and others from the week-long event, please visit the Canadian Nurse website.


Spring Issue of Inspire is now available!

Spring 2012 Newsletter

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[To view past issues of our newsletter, please visit the Research & Knowledge Transfer page]

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All Children's Potential

All Children's Potential, created by Judith Bishop, a trustee with the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board, is a blog designed to assist Hamilton-area parents in accessing the school system and to educate and inform on such issues as literacy, early learning, and post secondary education.

Judith, whose passions include children with special needs, has spent her career getting involved, focusing on community work, and serving on many local boards and advisory committees dealing with children's issues and poverty reduction.

Visit All Children's Potential ... become involved too.


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Inspirational Thought...

"Maybe the past is like an anchor holding us back.

Maybe you have to let go of who you were in order to become who you will be."

— Anonymous

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