Knowledge Hub


The Knowledge Hub connects and enhances trauma-informed health promotion projects funded through the Public Health Agency of Canada’s investment to support victims of family violence. The Hub is led by the Centre for Research & Education on Violence against Women & Children.

Le projet « Centre de connaissances » connectera et renforcera le travail de tous les projets de promotion de la santé tenant compte des traumatismes financés par l’investissement de l’Agence de la santé publique du Canada visant à soutenir les victimes de violence. Le projet sera dirigé par le « Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women & Children »

View the August 2017 Knowledge Hub Bulletin / Bulletin du Centre de Connaissances

Photo: Members of the Trauma- and Violence-Informed Health Promotion Community of Practice at the March 2017 Knowledge Exchange in Toronto, Ontario.

Photo: Members of the Trauma- and Violence-Informed Health Promotion Community of Practice at the March 2017 Knowledge Exchange in Toronto, Ontario.

News

MindUP for Young Children
09.19.2017

The MindUP for Young Children project has currently wrapped up the pilot year, completing MindUP

Mental Health First Aid First Nations Webinar Series
08.24.2017

REGISTER NOW for the Centre for School Mental Health upcoming Mental Health First Aid First Natio

Save the Date Community of Practice Members!
07.20.2017

The Knowledge Hub is pleased to announce that three distinguished guests will be joining the Know

It’s Time: Canada’s Strategy to Prevent and Address Gender-Based Violence
06.20.2017

News Release from Status of Women Canada

STEP : Soutenir la transition et l’engagement dans la parentalité | Supporting the transition to and engagement in parenthood in adults who experienced maltreatment as children
05.29.2017

STEP is pleased to announce the release of its first bulletin!