787 chemin Principal, Grosse-Ile, QC G4T 6B5

Community Health Education Program

The Community Health and Social Services Network (CHSSN) Community Health Education Program (CHEP) seeks to increase the availability of health promotion and disease prevention information for the English-speaking communities of Québec and to increase collaboration between community and public health professionals. This dynamic program facilitates distance community learning of health and social services information in English to remote, rural or dispersed Québec communities using videoconferencing, DVDs, and other activities.

Community Health Education Program

The Community Health and Social Services Network (CHSSN) Community Health Education Program (CHEP) seeks to increase the availability of health promotion and disease prevention information for the English-speaking communities of Québec and to increase collaboration between community and public health professionals. This dynamic program facilitates distance community learning of health and social services information in English to remote, rural or dispersed Québec communities using videoconferencing, DVDs, and other activities.

CHEP presenters backgrounds

NURSING
COUNSELLING
PSYCHOLOGY
EDUCATION
COMMUNITY MEDICINE

CHEP presenters backgrounds

NURSING
COUNSELLING
PSYCHOLOGY
EDUCATION
COMMUNITY MEDICINE

Our missions

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Community networks select a health priority topic based on their community’s needs and in collaboration with their public health partners. The aim is to raise awareness and provide information to individuals and their communities where there is a gap in health and social services information in English.
An important focus is the CHEP follow-up: activities provide ongoing education, information, resources, and support beyond the initial campaigns.

Our missions

Community networks select a health priority topic based on their community’s needs and in collaboration with their public health partners. The aim is to raise awareness and provide information to individuals and their communities where there is a gap in health and social services information in English.
An important focus is the CHEP follow-up: activities provide ongoing education, information, resources, and support beyond the initial campaigns.