The Saskatchewan Prevention Institute cordially invites you to an online interactive learning session on the My Saskatchewan Pregnancy App. To register, please email [email protected]
Dr. Nadine Thornhill has helped thousands of adults and youth learn and speak openly about consent, pleasure, relationships, and sexuality. This webinar is directed toward teachers and health educators to increase their knowledge, skills, and capacity to deliver age-appropriate comprehensive sexual health education in their classrooms.
It is not easy to talk about FASD. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder is complex. Much of the conversation around FASD makes it more complicated and increases stigma. This webinar will examine communication. Myles Himmelreich joins Marlene Dray and Bev Drew to discuss ways to change the conversation and increase understanding of FASD.
This webinar is directed toward teachers and health educators to increase their knowledge, skills, and capacity to deliver age-appropriate comprehensive sexual health education in their classrooms. This presentation will specifically address the topic of sexually transmitted infections and contraceptive options.
The Saskatchewan Prevention Institute and the Canada FASD Research Network (CanFASD) are pleased to co-sponsor this webinar. Sleep, or lack thereof, can be a problem for many people, but it can be a significant issue for those who have FASD. The aim of this presentation is to understand sleep disruption in FASD and discuss some […]
This webinar is directed toward teachers and health educators to increase their knowledge, skills, and capacity to deliver age-appropriate comprehensive sexual health education in their classrooms. This presentation will specifically address the topic of sexualized violence, support, and prevention.
This webinar will cover the impacts of neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) on the health of mothers and their infants; how to prevent and/or reduce its impact; how to address stigma; and ways to work with women and infants affected by NAS. The Registration for this webinar is now full. The webinar will be recorded and […]
All children worry. Anxiety can be helpful and necessary. But for some children, it is a heavy weight to bear that changes how they interact with others and the world. It affects how they think, behave, and feel. It can lead to anger and aggression. It can even increase the risk suicide and self-harm. This […]
Sexualized violence is an issue that impacts people of all ages, genders, and backgrounds. Currently, Saskatchewan has one of the highest rates of sexual victimization in Canada. The health implications of sexualized violence are broad as it can negatively influence mental health, substance use, sexual decision making, and the ability to thrive for those who […]
This webinar will provide an outline of the current state of HIV in rural/remote Saskatchewan, including challenges, risks, and resources, along with recommendations for prevention strategies and clinical care. This presentation will also address pregnancy and HIV in a rural setting, including care and transmission prevention.
Tooth decay remains the most common chronic disease of childhood and the most common cause of day surgeries in Canada. Children with untreated tooth decay can suffer from malnutrition, poor growth, and a reduced oral health related quality of life. Recent evidence suggests that children with FASD may be at a higher risk for dental […]
This webinar is directed toward teachers and health educators to increase their knowledge, skills, and capacity to deliver age-appropriate comprehensive sexual health education in their classrooms. This presentation will focus on issues related to digital literacy that can impact sexual health and sexual decision making (i.e. media literacy, online safety, pornography use, sexting, etc.).
Receiving a diagnosis of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is the first step in connecting a child to the appropriate supports and beginning to plan for the future. This webinar will provide awareness and understanding of the multidisciplinary assessment for FASD in preschool children with prenatal alcohol exposure. Dr. Ana Hanlon-Dearman and Dr. Ghita Wiebe […]
Harold Johnson discusses the normalization of alcohol, its impact, and our ability to change. This webinar encourages us to have difficult conversations about alcohol and our need to mobilize for change. An overview of the Alcohol Strategy will be provided along with information outlining the Strategy’s approach and outcomes.
This webinar is aimed at providing evidenced-based information on the topic of safe infant sleep to healthcare providers and other professionals working with pregnant women and new parents. This session will cover infant-parental sleep practices in relation to breastfeeding and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). It will also address what constitutes evidence-based medicine and the […]
Trauma- and violence-informed care (TVIC) is an important frameworks for the prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBIs) because of the many different ways that stigma, trauma, sexual health, and substance use are connected. This webinar is directed to health and allied health professionals along with frontline service providers working with clients […]
All children want to, and can, learn and grow. No child wants to fail. It feels good to succeed. Our job as parents, caregivers, and service providers is to adapt routines, activities, and environments to help children succeed. This webinar provides an introduction to adapting early childhood environments for children with FASD.