Welcome to CPHA
The Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) is the national, independent, not-for-profit, voluntary association representing public health in Canada. CPHA’s members believe in universal and equitable access to the basic conditions which are necessary to achieve health for all Canadians.
Ottawa Convention Centre, Ottawa,
The Conference Organizing Committee is
for abstracts to be presented at the 2014 Canadian Immunization
Abstracts may be presented in the form of an Oral or Poster
submissions is Monday, August 18.
Discussion Paper on Managing Illegal Psychoactive
psychoactive substances are currently managed from a criminal justice
perspective, while strong evidence shows
that a better approach exists – a public health approach. The
of this paper is to start a conversation about improving how we manage
illegal psychoactive substances in Canada.
CPHA provides its members the
opportunity to access
cost savings on services from these well-known
The list is
constantly growing, so be sure to visit this page regularly for
savings and benefits.
Healthy Organizations: How Vibrant Workplaces
Inspire Employees to Achieve Sustainable
current global economic environment is defined by unprecedented
premium placed on knowledge, and the threat of future talent scarcity.
an organization's success under these conditions is its ability to
the links between people and performance.
Organizations provides executives, managers, human resource
professionals, and employees an action-oriented approach to forging
connections by creating and sustaining vibrant and productive
Canada and the Ottawa Hospital Research
Institute have collaborated to develop ImmunizeCA, a free app for smart phones and
devices that will help Canadians keep track of their vaccinations.
of this application has been made possible through funding from the
Health Agency of Canada.
Beyond Health Care
CPHA has a
long and recognized history of work on the social determinants of
health. We are proud of this legacy and our hope is to create a
discussion around the social determinants of health both within the
public health community as well as with the public, as a means of
moving the social determinants of health agenda forward with political
leaders and decision-makers in other