Helping Young People Develop Porn Literacy

Dr. Marty Klein has been researching and lecturing about Internet pornography for two decades. This webinar will address the following questions:  


Let’s Talk About Alcohol

Alcohol is the most commonly used drug in Canada. This webinar provides information about alcohol so we know what it really is; what happens when we use it; how it impacts us, our children, and our community; and how to reduce harms. The PowerPoint presentation was created by the Saskatchewan Prevention Institute. The PowerPoint with […]


Let’s Talk Syphilis: Mom and Baby

Rates of syphilis are on the rise in Saskatchewan. Pregnancy is an important time to screen for syphilis. The appropriate management of a pregnant woman with infectious syphilis, including early treatment of her baby, helps prevent serious adverse consequences. This webinar is targeted towards healthcare providers who assist with STBBI cases or contacts follow-up, and […]


Cannabis in Children and Youth: Paying Close Attention to Prevent Poisoning

In recognition of National Poison Prevention Week, March 15 – 21, 2020, the Saskatchewan Prevention Institute hosted a webinar on March 17, 2020. For more information, visit Cannabis and Poisoning in Children. This webinar is relevant to early educators, healthcare professionals, researchers, and community partners.


Kids and Concussions: What do we know in 2019?

A concussion is a brain injury that can affect how the brain works. A child’s brain is still developing, thus prevention, diagnosis and treatment of pediatric concussion requires a unique approach.


Nobody’s Perfect Parenting Program Facilitator Training

NOBODY’S PERFECT is a parenting education and support program for parents of children from birth to age five. The program can be offered in a group setting or one to one. It usually involves 6 to 8 sessions and is free of charge to parents. Participants will receive a Facilitator’s Guide, Parent Kit (5 Parent […]


Understanding Pregnancy and Alcohol

This webinar is presented by Bev Drew and Marlene Dray, FASD Prevention Program Coordinators at the Saskatchewan Prevention Institute. It is an introduction to: This webinar is the first in a series of FASD prevention and awareness webinars that will be presented between now and March.


COVID,Stress Awareness,and Returning to School

Returning to school in a COVID world increases everyone’s stress. In this webinar, learn what stress is, what happens in the brain and body when experiencing stress, how behaviours are affected, and strategies for teachers and students to self-regulate.