This lecture-style webinar provides an overview of the 6 steps in health promotion planning. This
includes project management, situational assessment, setting goals, audiences and outcome
objectives, choosing strategies and activities and assigning resources, developing indicators, and
reviewing the plan. As we examine the 6 steps, we address the ‘how and ‘why’ of each step. To close,
we identify quality sources for more information, tools and describe our customized consultation
A new opportunity for attendees of the Planning at a Glance webinar: personalized consultation!
Nimira Lalani, the presenter for the Planning at a Glance webinar on June 11, 2012, will also be
available for informal, one-on-one, free consultations in follow-up to the webinar.
These consultations can be on any area of planning. For example:
· I am stuck on one of the steps of the planning process
· I’d like someone to review a program plan I’ve developed
· ...or anything else related to planning.
If you would like to sign up for a time to consult with Nimira, you can do so by going to
http://planningconsultations.eventbrite.com and registering for one of the consultation sessions.
Once you have signed up, you will be contacted via email to provide a sentence or two about your
topic for consultation.
Once a consultation session is booked, that time is held for you. If you find you can’t attend, please
contact Hasina Jamal at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 647-260-7471 to cancel or to rebook.
Of course, you are also able to request a free consultation at any time with our field support
specialists by completing the brief form: http://www.thcu.ca/consultation/request_form.cfm
Presenter: Nimira Lalani
Ms. Lalani has worked in the fields of adult education, health promotion/public health, research, and knowledge exchange for 15 years. Originally from London, England, she studied nutrition at the University of British Columbia, completed a master's of science in Community Health Sciences from the University of Calgary and earned a postgraduate certificate in learning and teaching at the University of East London, England. Ms. Lalani is committed to using an equity lens in her health promotion work. She works as a Health Promotion Field Support Specialist in Policy and Planning at Public Health Ontario.
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