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SDG Academy's free online course: Early Childhood Development for Sustainable Development

The Best Start in Life: Early Childhood Development for Sustainable Development
Children are our future – so how do we give them the best beginning for a happy and healthy life?

New Guideline on Breastfeeding Initiation, Exclusivity, and Continuation from RNAO

The Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario's 2018 revised Best Practice Guideline (BPG) Promoting and Supporting the Initiation, Exclusivity, and Continuation of Breastfeeding for Newborns, Infants, and Young Children is a tool to support breastfeeding. It is meant to be used by nurses, other health-care providers, and peers during pregnancy and postpartum to support:
1. Breastfeeding initiation
2. Exclusivity for newborns and infants to six months of age
3. Continuation for infants and young children to two years or longer, in addition to complementary feeding

MNCHP Network Bulletins

MNCHP Network Bulletins

Our MNCHP bulletin provides a summary of news, articles, reports, initiatives and events related to preconception, prenatal and child health.

First-ever comprehensive Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder database developed by CanFASD

The Canada Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Research Network (CanFASD)
is launching the only comprehensive Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) database in the world,
providing key insight into the profile of individuals with FASD as well as Canada’s first-ever national prevalence statistics.


Ontario’s Better Outcomes Registry & Network (BORN) was established in 2009 to collect, interpret, share and rigorously protect critical data about pregnancy, birth and childhood in the province. BORN makes a positive and lasting contribution to the health of mothers, newborns, children and the citizens of Ontario.
BORN vision

The best possible beginnings for lifelong health.
BORN mission

CanFASD Want To Hear From You!

One of the goals of the CanFASD blog
is to build knowledge of FASD and share this knowledge across communities. They want to help all of us learn about research that is meaningful and relevant, and they are trying to do this in a couple of ways:

Newly Revamped Oral Health Resources - and upcoming Webinar

Lisette Dufour, the Senior Oral Health Advisor of PHAC has agreed to offer a Webinar to our Network on Oral Health in early 2019. Watch for more details as they are confirmed! In the meantime, here ares some links she has shared with us - resources that have recently been updated and revamped:

Taking care of your mouth and teeth:

The Health of Canada’s Children and Youth - 9 Helpful Profiles

The CICH Profile evaluates and summarizes data on the health and well-being of Canadian children and youth through graphs, tables and commentaries covering a broad range of health indicators. The online Profile is a living battery of information as well as an educational resource and vehicle for knowledge translation related to both child health and data collection and analysis.