Online Learning for Evidence-informed Public Health*


Start 18 September, 2019

End 1 November, 2019


Online Only

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Contact Info

Melanie Kennedy

Phone: 905-525-9140 x 22671




New! Build your CV with McMaster University-certified Learning Modules

The National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools (NCCMT) has partnered with McMaster University’s Continuing Health Sciences Education (CHSE) program to offer a new online learning certificate.

This online program includes eight of the NCCMT's interactive learning modules to build your capacity for evidence-informed public health practice. Topics include searching for research evidence, critical appraisal of evidence, and adapting, implementing and evaluating knowledge translation strategies. Upon completion of the program, learners will be able to apply the 7-steps of evidence-informed public health.

Register with McMaster University CHSE for access to the certified Learning Centre. Complete all eight learning modules to receive your personalized, McMaster University-endorsed certificate.

  • Students: Evidence use is emerging as a must-have skill for new hires at public health organizations. Build your portfolio as a knowledge broker and stand out from the crowd for practicum and career opportunities.
  • Professionals: Establish yourself as a champion for evidence-informed decision making at your organization. Expand your role as a knowledge broker within your team.
  • Public Health Leaders: Demonstrate your commitment to evidence use within your organization and among your peers by providing staff with this learning opportunity. This training can bridge your staff to knowledge broker roles. 

Fee: $200 for professionals, $100 for students.

Note: This program is only available in English.

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