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Opportunity: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse, Chairperson Health Minister Jane Philpott is looking to nominate a Chairperson for the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse
Opportunity: Governing Council CIHR The Government of Canada is currently seeking applications from diverse and talented Canadians from across the country who are interested in becoming members of the Governing Council of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research,
HC Public Service Renewal Report 2016 Health Canada shares highlights of its public service renewal journey in 2016, with a focus on respect, recruitment and renewal.
Personal Protective Equipment - Higher Risk Exposure
Personal Protective Equipment - Lower Risk Exposure
Radon Testing – The Only Way to Know!
Reducing Radon in Your Home
e-Index Video Tutorial, Part 3: Saving, Validating, Finalising and Submitting the eIndex
e-Index Video Tutorial, Part 2: Using the e-Index Builder
e-Index Video Tutorial, Part 1: Getting Started
Canada Consumer Product Safety Act - Webinar - October 5, 2011
Inuktitut - Nutrition North Canada - Nutrition Education Program - Video Health Canada funds nutrition education programs in isolated northern communities--all part of Nutrition North Canada which replaces the old Food Mail Program. Tune in to find out what programs are available in your community.
Inuktitut - Nutrition North Canada - Video Nutrition North Canada replaces the old Food Mail Program. The objective of the new program is to make nutritious, perishable foods accessible to Canadians living in isolated northern communities. To find out how it works watch this video.
Nutrition North Canada Nutrition North Canada replaces the old Food Mail Program. The objective of the new program is to make nutritious, perishable foods accessible to Canadians living in isolated northern communities. To find out how it works watch this video.
Nutrition North Canada - Nutrition Education Program Health Canada funds nutrition education programs in isolated northern communities--all part of Nutrition North Canada which replaces the old Food Mail Program. Tune in to find out what programs are available in your community.
Canada Consumer Product Safety Act – CCPSA If you are a manufacturer, importer, distributor or retailer of consumer products, including children's toys and equipment, children's jewellery, textiles, household products, and sporting goods, the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA) introduces new requirements for you. This video highlights the new obligations for industry such as mandatory reporting and preparing and maintaining documents. To sign up for CCPSA updates and learn more about the new requirements of the Act, visit www.healthcanada.gc.ca/productsafety.
Radon – Simple Steps for Reducing Your Exposure to Radon One of four videos providing information on how to protect yourself and your family from potential home health hazards. This video provides simple tips on how to reduce your exposure to radon, a harmful gas that can accumulate in your home.
Carbon Monoxide – Simple Steps for Reducing Your Exposure to Carbon Monoxide One of four videos providing information on how to protect yourself and your family from potential home health hazards. This video provides simple tips on how to reduce your exposure to carbon monoxide, a harmful gas that can accumulate in your home.
Lead – Simple steps for Reducing Your Exposure to Lead One of four videos providing information on how to protect yourself and your family from potential home health hazards. This video provides simple tips on how to reduce your exposure to lead in your home.
Mould – Simple Steps for Preventing and Removing Mould in Your Home One of four videos providing information on how to protect yourself and your family from potential home health hazards. This video provides simple tips on how to prevent mould in your home and how to remove it safely.
Youth Public Service Announcement Water Youth Public Service Announcement Water
Youth Public Service Announcement Indoor Air Youth Public Service Announcement Indoor Air
Youth Public Service Announcement - Home Youth Public Service Announcement - Home
Environmental Health Television Advertisement Environmental Health Television Advertisement
Social Media Tools At Health Canada, it's easy to stay connected. Our social media tools provide you with current health and safety information when you need it. Here's how to stay in the loop.
Atlantic Tele-robotic In the remote Inuit community of Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, patients do not have regular access to doctors. The Government of Canada and partners are piloting a robot doctor to help improve access to health-care for Aboriginal people. This remote-presence robotic system has been installed at the Nain Community Clinic. Tele-robotics employs new technologies that have the potential to revolutionize the way health-care is delivered to Aboriginal people living in remote and isolated communities.
Wi-Fi - Health Canada Wi-Fi is all around us -- in schools, offices, coffee shops, homes, as well as countless other locations. A number of media reports have suggested that Wi-Fi could be associated with a variety of health concerns. Yet the vast majority of the scientific experts think that radiofrequency energy from Wi-Fi equipment is too low to cause adverse health effects. Here is what some Canadian experts have to say.
Drop-side Cribs - Health Canada You may have heard a lot about crib safety lately. On December 15, 2010 Health Canada ended a consultation process to gather feedback on a proposed ban on the traditional style of drop-side cribs. Comments received during the consultations are now being considered. If you currently own a drop-side crib, there are important safety concerns that you should consider.
Proposed Canada Consumer Product Safety Act The safety of Canadian consumer products, including toys, would be improved under the proposed Canada Consumer Product Safety Act. This Bill would help prevent unreasonably dangerous consumer products from being made or sold in Canada, and allow the government to respond more quickly to recall dangerous products.
What is the Canadian Health Measures Survey? The Government of Canada is collecting information that will help better understand our exposure to environmental chemicals. In this video, Dr. Paul Gully, Public Health Physician and Senior Medical Advisor at Health Canada explains more about the first comprehensive biomonitoring survey in Canada and what it means to you. For more information you can go to the special page on our web site at www.healthcanada.gc.ca/biomonitoring.
Annual Nursing Awards of Excellence Health Canada celebrates nurses in First Nations and Inuit communities. Every year the award of excellence in nursing is given out to acknowledge the hard work and determination of these unsung heroes. Watch the video and find out more about this year's recipients.
Know - Mould and Your Health The first of four videos providing information to First Nations on mould in the home. This first video focusses on the potential health hazards associated with mould in the home.
Recognize – Recognizing Mould The second of four videos providing information to First Nations on mould in the home. This second video focusses on how to recognize mould that may grow in the home.
Take Action - Getting Rid of Mould The third of four videos providing information to First Nations on mould in the home. This third video focusses on how to clean up small areas of mould in the home.
Take Action - Preventing Mould The fourth of four videos providing information to First Nations on mould in the home. This fourth video focusses on how to prevent mould from growing in the home.
How-to-Apply Video Tutorial Step 1 - Read the Job Poster A tutorial featuring a step-by-step description of how to read our job poster, how to self-screen and how to apply successfully. For more information on careers at Health Canada visit www.health.gc.ca/careers.
How-to-Apply Video Tutorial Step 2 - Self Screen A tutorial featuring a step-by-step description of how to read our job poster, how to self-screen and how to apply successfully. For more information on careers at Health Canada visit www.health.gc.ca/careers.
How-to-Apply Video Tutorial Step 3 - Apply A tutorial featuring a step-by-step description of how to read our job poster, how to self-screen and how to apply successfully. For more information on careers at Health Canada visit www.health.gc.ca/careers.
Carbon Monoxide in Your Home Deaths from carbon monoxide poisoning are rare in Canada, but this harmful gas has no colour, taste or smell, making it easy for accidents to happen. The Hazardcheck Guide highlights the importance of a carbon monoxide detector in your home. For your free copy of the Hazardcheck Guide visit www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/Hazardcheck
Mould Growing in Your Home Health Canada has developed a new program to help you improve your indoor air quality. Because not all mould is obvious to detect, it's important to check anywhere that is damp, especially, where water damage has occurred. The Hazardcheck Guide will show you tips on how to keep your home mould-free. For your free copy of the Hazardcheck Guide visit www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/Hazardcheck
Cowessess First Nation Community - H1N1 and Pandemic Preparations Health Canada has been working with First Nations across the country to help them prepare for the H1N1 pandemic. The Cowessess First Nations has been planning for a pandemic for close to five years.
St. Theresa Point First Nation Community - H1N1 Vaccination Clinic Health Canada employees help with mass H1N1 vaccination at St. Theresa Point First Nations community.
Head Start Sharing Circle Stories - Winnipeg To honour the 10th anniversary of the Aboriginal Head Start On Reserve Program, First Nations communities around Winnipeg met at the Forks to celebrate their achievements.
Head Start Sharing Circle Stories - Akwesasne Located on reserve between Ontario, Quebec and New York State, this community focuses on the nutrition, education and culture and language components in their program. More info on the Aboriginal Head Start On Reserve Program.
Head Start Sharing Circle Stories - Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg This First Nations community in the heart of Algonquin territory demonstrates how culture and language is passed on to the children of the community. More info on the Aboriginal Head Start On Reserve Program.
Head Start Sharing Circle Stories - Indian Brook The fathers in the community describe why the Indian Brook Head Start program is so important to instilling a sense of family and belonging, and how the program is embraced within their community. More info on the Aboriginal Head Start On Reserve Program.
Head Start Sharing Circle Stories - North Battleford North Battleford acts as a centre for the six surrounding reserve communities. The Aboriginal Head Start On Reserve staff support families through a home visiting program that concentrates on infant and child brain development. More info on the Aboriginal Head Start On Reserve Program.
Head Start Sharing Circle Stories - Seabird Island Through support from a variety of Health Canada programs including Aboriginal Head Start On Reserve, Seabird Island supports children with physical and emotional special needs such as speech and language development, cystic fibrosis, learning difficulties and behavioural challenges. More info on the Aboriginal Head Start On Reserve Program.
Oral Health and General Health This video highlights the general connections between oral health and general health.
Brushing and Flossing This video reviews the importance of maintaining proper brushing and flossing habits.
Oral Cancer This video provides an overview of oral cancer including its risk factors and prevention strategies.
Out of Reach - Window Covering Cord Safety Demonstration Blinds and curtains are common items in many Canadian homes and businesses. Babies and young children who have access to looped or long blind and curtain cords can strangle or become entangled.
Out of Reach - Safety is No Game (Household Chemical Products) Many Canadians use household chemical products. These products may present health risks when people are unintentionally exposed to the contents. The biggest risk is to young children who do not understand the hazards.
Natural Health Products Ingredients Database (NHPID) Watch this video and learn how to use the NHPID when preparing a product licence application
Natural Health Products Ingredients Database Issue Form Watch this video and learn about the process for submitting a request to add, remove or revise information found in the NHPID.
Electronic Product Licence Application Form (e-PLA) Watch this video and learn how to complete an e-PLA.
Finished Product Specifications Form Watch this video and learn how to use the Finished Product Specifications Form when preparing a product licence application.
e-Submission Builder Watch this video and learn how to use the e-Submission Builder in conjunction with a finilized e-PLA.
Employee profile: Dr. Samir Khan PhD Dr. Samir Khan PhD, a Senior Research Analyst, talks about his career at Health Canada. For more information on careers at Health Canada visit www.health.gc.ca/careers.
Employee profile: Danielle Lozon Danielle Lozon, a Proprietary and Scientific Information Assessment Officer talks about her career at Health Canada. For more information on careers at Health Canada visit www.health.gc.ca/careers.
Employee profile: Adeline Ng Adeline Ng, an Assessment Officer, talks about her career at Health Canada. For more information on careers at Health Canada visit www.health.gc.ca/careers.
Employee profile: Jason Pearman Jason Pearman, a Medical Devices Bureau Investigator, talks about his career at Health Canada. For more information on careers at Health Canada visit www.health.gc.ca/careers.
Employee profile: Theresa Schopf Theresa Schopf, an Associate Director, talks about her career at Health Canada. For more information on careers at Health Canada visit www.health.gc.ca/careers.
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