Handouts and recordings from Health Canada webinars - Air Quality Health Index (AQHI)

Documents et enregistrements des webinaires de Santé Canada - cote air santé (CAS)

Handouts and recordings from Health Canada - Health Service Integration Fund webinars

One hour case study audio recording and PDF of PowerPoint presentation. Recorded on October 17, 2007 by Toronto Public Health.

Reward and Reminder is an easily replicable and highly effective approach, pioneered in the states of Wyoming and Wisconsin, for reducing illegal sales of tobacco to young people. It rewarded clerks in tobacco outlets for doing the right thing, while reminding those willing to sell tobacco to minors about the law prohibiting such sales. In addition, the campaign publicized successful stores and clerks to local media, and encouraged citizens to use special “thank you for doing the right thing” cards for local stores and clerks. This case study is an excellent illustration of the use of multiple baseline design as an alternative to control groups for program evaluation.

Recorded January 17, 2007