Archive for: Recommended Resources

Dr. Saad

What clinicians need to know about prostate cancer: An interview with Dr. Fred Saad

Dr. Fred Saad is professor and chair of urology at the University of Montreal Hospital Centre, and he holds the University of Montreal endowed chair in prostate cancer research.

Dr Peter Chung

What clinicians need to know about prostate cancer: An interview with Dr. Peter Chung

Dr. Peter Chung is a radiation oncologist at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre who treats patients with prostate cancer.

Lisa Di Prospero

Smoking cessation and cancer care at the Odette Cancer Centre

Lisa Di Prospero, Regional Co-lead of Smoking Cessation at Toronto’s Odette Cancer Centre, discusses how the Centre integrates smoking cessation into cancer care.


7 Colon Cancer Resources to Help Raise Awareness this March

March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month. This is an opportunity for people (healthcare providers, patients, survivors and caregivers) to help provide education and awareness about the disease.

Dr. Mike Evans

Let’s make our day harder

Dr. Mike Evans explains the benefits of making our days harder.

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It’s my life – stop cancer before it starts

This interactive prevention tool teaches you about the impact of cancer and how to reduce your risk.

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Healthy Canada by design

This resource lets you learn how public health can work more closely with community planners, developers and other stakeholders to ensure that planning and development issues are looked at through a health lens.

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Active transportation policy case studies

Based on the findings of a multiple case study, these infographics provide an overview of the policy development process and how it relates to active transportation policies in three Canadian municipalities.

Population Health Report

Where the cancer fight strikes closest to home

A new landmark report, Population Health in Canada’s Largest Cities, assesses differences in the cancer risks of populations in Canada’s largest cities. Led by the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer, the report finds that western municipalities overall have healthier lifestyles than their eastern counterparts, and better cancer risk profiles as a result.

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Training Enhancement in Applied Cessation Counselling and Health (TEACH)

The TEACH Project is a Knowledge Translation initiative developed at the Centre for Addition and Mental Health designed to build interprofessional capacity in evidence-based tobacco dependence treatment among Ontario practitioners.

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Smokers’ helpline

Smokers’ Helpline is a free, confidential service operated by the Canadian Cancer Society offering support and information about quitting smoking and tobacco use.

What's the single best thing you should do to quit smoking?

Dr. Mike prescribes

Dr. Mike Evans, founder of the Health Design Lab at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of Toronto and a staff physician at St. Michael’s Hospital shares his can’t miss smoking cessation resources.