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Ecosystem approaches to health teaching resources

CoPEH-Canada has generated a series of teaching and training resources over more than a decade. These resources began with the production of the CoPEH-Canada Teaching Manual (2012), which is dedicated to Bruce Hunter. Our training resources have expanded to include a range of resources including: Modules (in pdf and online format), videos, Webalogue recordings, and other resources. To find out more about current CoPEH-Canada courses, see our CoPEH-Canada course page

We will continue to update these resources as new materials become available.

Modules: Background and Orientation 

Modules have been developed as stand-alone documents that provide a package of information about how to design and conduct a training activity on a particular topic or theme. Most modules include an overall description, purpose, specific learning activities and resources, and could be used as part of a longer training session, a pre-conference workshop or integrated into an upper level undergraduate or graduate course, such as the yearly intensive course that we offer. We have organized materials into nine themes. Within the themes, you will find our own module with learning activities, resources produced by students taking our field course, our own videos/audios that can be used in a flipped class and a list of other teaching resources. We hope you find what you are looking for here and if you have suggestions for additional materials to share, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.!

Content domains

Complexity               Cross cutting teaching tools      .        Ecohealth issues and current events

  Ecohealth principles and histories             Ecosystem.                Gender and social equity

   Health             Participation              Social networks