2023 CEH Annual Conference: Environmental health education, leveraging tools and resources for actions

Environmental health education relies on a knowledge-to-action approach. The transmission of this knowledge is done through resources, programs and tools that are available and accessible. How can we ensure that the resources, programs, and tools that are available are used appropriately for children's environmental health education and awareness? What actions can be taken to better promote these resources and tools?
To answer these questions, we invite you to join us on January 23rd, 2023 starting at 8:30 a.m. at the New Maryland Center or online on zoom. This event will include enriching presentations, panel discussions and workshops to explore these different themes.
Agenda
8:15 Registration Saadia Hara, New Brunswick Environmental Network
8:45 Welcome and Introductionts Annika Chiasson and Saadia Hara, New Brunswick Environmental Network
9:00 Opening prayer Elder Donna Augustine, Traditional Knowledge Keeper and a Ceremonial Leader
9:20 Updates from the Children's Environmental Health Collaborative Introduction to CEH and Strategic Committee-Melanie Langille
Team Education - Amanda
Team Nurses - Kelly
Team ICI - Dr. Céline Surette, University of Moncton
9:35 From Engagement of Youth to Engagement with Youth: Perspective on Youth Engagement from a Community Psychologist Manuel Riemer, Wilfrid Laurier University 
10:10 Sustainability Education Alliance of New Brunswick-Great Minds Think Outside Nadines Ives, Conservation Council of New Brunswick
10:40 Break Break
10:50 Panel: Social and Environmental Determinants of Health in Education and Outreach Serge LaRochelle, The Pays de Cocagne Sustainable Development Group
Rachel Robichaud ,New Brunswick Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
Karine Gagnon Leblanc, NB Health Council
Moderator: Dr. Céline Surette, University of Moncton
11:40 CEH Teams: Interactive Workshops and collaboration Team Education
Health Canada and NB Lung Association
12:10 Lunch Lunch
1:00 Shannen’s Dream for safe and comfy schools  Madelaine McCracken, First Nations Child and Family Caring Society
 1:30  Drum and sing  Elder Donna Augustine, Traditional Knowledge Keeper and a Ceremonial Leader
1:40 Panel: Reconciliation and child education Elder Donna Augustine, Traditional Knowledge Keeper and a Ceremonial Leader
Alma Brooks , St. Mary’s First Nation’s Adult Maliseet Immersion program
Alexander J Levi, KOPIT LODGE
Moderator: Dr. Susan O'Donnell, University of New Brunswick
3:00 Breakout discussions on reconciliation Ask panelists to be at tables of participants
3:25 Break Break
3:35 Team group discussions Teams (led by Team chairs) reflect on what has been learned today and discuss moving forward
Report back from the Teams.
4:00 Wrap and moving forward Saadia Hara, New Brunswick Environmental Network
4:05 Closing prayer Alma Brooks , St. Mary’s First Nation’s Adult Maliseet Immersion program

Event Information

Event Date 23-Jan-2023
Event End Date 23-Jan-2023
Categories CEH Annual Conference 2022

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

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