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Page history last edited by Thomas Barker 15 years, 2 months ago

From Harm Reduction conference

Emailed Ruth Richardson with Health Canada March 6

Meetin with Ruth on 3/23

Emailed Ryan Cooper and Kathryn Dong with U of A Royal Alexander

heard from Kathryn.  She's on maternity leave

Emailed Kelly Rocco kelly.rocco@capitalhealth.ca

Emailed Olga Szafran  'olga.szafran@ualberta.ca' 3/09

emailed rick Hutchinson, 3/09

3/30/09 

Emailed  wilderness@boreal.net

Hi Bruce,

... As you suggested, I might talk to Jim Holley who has an interest in pandemic risk.  Here’s a link to my web site: ...I’m interested in locating and interviewing folks who actually do pandemic survival planning in Edmonton.  Feel free to pass along my email to any persons you think might be interested in pandemic risk.

PUt ad in Edmonton Examiner.  Created an account with UR Edmonton and ran the ad there.

Sent a message to Phoenix Consulting in Edmonton.  Survival consultants.

 


To activate your account, please click on, or copy the entire link below into your browser:

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Your login information is as follows:

Username: Thomas Barker

Password: drtbarker

 


sent copy to nicole for newsletter.  Planning for April 9, Thursday at 7. 


 

Contacts from Trina Firth

 

Kathy Barnhart 496-5838  Active with Bruin on SPURR project, working on great neighborhoods project

 

Helmi McHenry 944-5449 Neighborhood and Community Services

 

Nicole Magilton 944-5790  Capital Region Housing Corporation  works with tenant centers

 

Contacts from Dean McKellar

 

Veena Khartri connection with East Indian community  476-5948

 

Karen Saylor Somalian ethnic community 496-5867

 

 

 

 


Contact plan:  Spring, 2009

 

Contacts in Community Services

Marian Bruin, Dean McKellar  follow up

Doug Hohenstein Program Coordinator, Family Living Programs Catholic Social Services 471-1122 hohenstein@worldgate.ca

 

http://fathersforlife.org/mens_issues/edmonton_men_resources_survey.htm

 


Malmo Community League

follow up with Steve Gubich

 


Mailing Address:

Greater Edmonton Alliance

11828 85 Street

Edmonton, Alberta T5B 3E9

Phone/Email:

Phone: (780) 485-1089

Fax: (780) 485-2702

Cell: (780 982-4635

Lead Organizer - Michael Walters

 

http://www.greateredmontonalliance.com/

Great list of community organizations:  http://www.greateredmontonalliance.com/membership.htm

 


 

Do Bugs need Drugs?

 

http://www.dobugsneeddrugs.org/contactus.html

 

Hi Olivia,
 
I'm doing some planning for my time next Spring, and I came across this page that lists a number of AHS (Capital Health) participants.  They do community presentations and I might offer to coordinate with them.  What do you think?  Here's the contact sheet.  Do you know any of these folks?

 


Edmonton Senior

 

Write an article for them on seniors and pandemics. 

 

http://www.seniorsgotravel.com/edmontonsenior.php

 


 Our Voice

Edmonton's Street Newspaper

MAILING ADDRESS:

Edmonton Small Press Association (ESPA)

P.O. Box 75086, Ritchie Postal Outlet

Edmonton, Alberta

T6E 6K1 CANADA

General Phone: (780) 434-9236

General Email: click here

 

OFFICE ADDRESS:*

Room #9, 6th Floor, Stanley A. Milner Library

#7 Sir Winston Churchill Square

Edmonton, Alberta

T5J 2V4 CANADA

Office Phone: Thursday mornings call (780) 413-0215

* Please do not leave voicemail messages here - call the above general line instead

Office Email: click here

 http://edmontonsmallpress.ca/contact.html

 

 


 

Boyle Street

http://www.boylestreet.org/about.html

 

How To Contact Boyle Street

In person or by mail:

Boyle Street Community Services

10116 - 105 Ave

Edmonton, Alberta T5H 0K2

Office hours are from 9:00am to 4:30pm daily

 

By telephone: (780) 424-4106

By fax: (780) 425-2205

By email: info@boylestreet.org

 

http://www.boylestreet.org/links.html

 


http://www.bissellcentre.org/index.htm

 

http://www.bissellcentre.org/contact.htm

 

Spoke to Shelly Williams

Hi Shelley,
 
Thanks for taking my call today.  Your center looks like it does a TON of good in the commmunity.  I would like to contribute with workshops to help people become more disease resistant at the personal and family level, as well as in their community interactions.  I've got my web address below so you can read about my project.
 
As I said on the phone, we might want to meet in January (I'm back after the 14th) to talk about how I we might work together. Just email me with a place and time and I'll meet you there.  I'll be in Edmonton until May.

Catholic Social Services

 

 http://www.catholicsocialservices.ab.ca/CSSFindServicesbyLocation/default.aspx?cityid=68

 

 


 http://www.lewisestates.org/index.html

 

09/24

Left phone message with Rob, whose number is on the main page.

 

I found Bandy Luedemann's email and phone on the web site (no listing of current officers) and sent her an email with the phone message and the invitation in it.  Sent to: 

Luedemann@telusplanet.net

lewisestates@hotmail.com

 

Found the contact list site:  http://www.lewisestates.org/committee.htm  I forwarded the previous message to Robert Sharman,rsharman@shaw.ca, the President of the organization.  It occurrs to me that they might not have a hall for meetings, and that it might be useful for me to say that I could do the talk in someone's home, or in another central location, such as the club house for the golf course that this community is built around.

 

 

Message to Robert Sharman Robert Sharman,rsharman@shaw.ca

 

The week of October 21-25 (M-F) is open. So if you can pick a date you think would work best, I’ll put it on the schedule and we can go from there. I looked up the EMS Branch of the Community Services Department (which I noticed in your alternative email signature.) I would like to work with the city to get out my message of community preparedness. I’ve sent an email offering to present on flu pandemic preparedness to Robert Black of the Emergency Preparedness Department. They have a flu pandemic preparedness mission. Perhaps you could suggest additional ways in which I might reach people through the city departments. Would the Department of Community Services be interested in sponsoring a talk on pandemic preparedness? I have some excellent resources that I can share to encourage community involvement. Thank you very much. I look forward to working with you.  

 

Followed up on 10/8.  Messge to Sharman.

 


 

 Parkview community League

http://www.pvcl.ca/

 

9/24 

emailed David Smith, suggested "be prepared" for scouts, and a three-way talk with Laurier Heights and Lynnwood.  They have a three-league committee.

 

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Parkview Community League mailto:davidbsmith@shaw.ca

Laurier Heights Community League (Not in EFCL list)

Lynnwood Community League lynnwoodcommunity@shaw.ca

Rio Terrace Community League Removed. They serve west of the freeway. Can use for another invitation to Rio Terrace,Patricia Heights, Quesnell

Jasper Park Community League Spoke to Don at 904-1413

Crestwood Community League rod.matheson@gov.ab.ca

West Jasper/Sherwood Community League Spoke to Irene Blains (theblains@shaw.ca) about it and she suggested working with SPURR

http://www.thespurr.ca/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&layout=blog&id=9&Itemid=152

Canora

Britannia Youngstown

emailed marian Bruin Marian Bruin 944-5417

she emailed me back on 10/10. email from Wai Tse Ramirez on 10/14.  780 944-7596

Talked on the phone to Wai Tse on 10/14. Set date and time for October 28, 6:30-8:00. 

 

 


 

Michelle

http://www.lynnwoodcommunity.com/index.htm

 

Emailed on 9/26

lynnwoodcommunity@shaw.ca

 


 

Rod Matheson

http://www.crestwood.ab.ca/executive.htm

 

'rjmatheson@shaw.ca'; 'rod.matheson@gov.ab.ca'

 

emailed on 9/26

 


 

glenora community league

website expired as of 9/26

http://www.glenoracommunity.com/

 


 

Oliver community league

Not found

 


 

Fossdale community league

no site found

 


 

Riverdale Community League

sent to hall@riverdalians.net 9/26

 


 

 McCauley community leage

'info@mccauley.info'

sent message and left message at 428-5332

 

October 8:  sent to:  'waasen_@shaw.ca'; 'info@mccauley.info'; 'info@bmcnews.org'; 'info@albertaave.org'

 

I really appreciate your taking time to chat with me about my work yesterday. As you recall, we discussed my offering a talk on public health issues (focusing on flu pandemics) to the McCauley Community League (and perhaps Alberta Avenue, Boyle Street and other communities in your area). I think my information about preparedness and my new Community Flu Preparedness Kit will be valuable to your community. Here is the website for my project: http://www.faculty.english.ttu.edu/barker/PandemicRisk/Default.htm I must say I’m quite impressed with your newsletter. I think it’s the best one I’ve seen so far (and I’ve looked at my share of them as I’ve contacted community leagues in Edmonton). I can easily provide a photo, a blurb, or a couple of columns about the subject and my project if it would help get the word out. As I outlined to you in our conversation, I’m asking leaders like you to help by getting the word out. I can schedule the room with the League and don’t mind paying the hall rental. A newsletter item, some posters (which I’ll put up) and an email list to which I can send my invitations is all I really require. You mentioned doing the talk in early November, which would be fine with me. I’m particularly interested in reaching at risk populations, inner-city groups, and other segments of society for whom public health issues are important and for whom communication might be a challenge. I hope we share these goals.

 


 

 

 Volunteer Edmonton

left a phone message and emailed on 9/26

Janice Bell, Director

(780) 732-6649

Evelyn Pham, Communications Coordinator

(780) 732-6655

 

 http://www.volunteeredmonton.com/contactus.php

 

 

This was in their newsletter.

 

Learn About the Role of Volunteers In Public Health Disasters

Dr. Thomas Barker, Visiting Scholar with the University of Alberta School of Public Health, is

prepared to talk to you or your community group about the ways that communities can come

together to address the threat of a flu pandemic: by volunteering as a caregiver, communicator,

or in some other role to support the community. How can your group help find trained

volunteers? Visit

session with Dr. Barker.

www.volunteeredmonton.com/hottopics.php to learn how to book a free

 


 

 

 Parkdale community league

left phone message at: 

Parkdale Cromdale Community League Association

11335 85 St Nw, Edmonton T5B 4S1, Alberta

p: 780 471 4410

Website - None Supplied

Email - None Supplied

 


 

 

 Called Bellvue and spoke to Brian Finley

http://newbuild.typepad.com/bellevue_community_league/

 

10/6

He said call Highlands.  I wrote to webmaster@stormyweather.ca and asked for contacts at Highlands.

 

 

I have updated the contacts page now and you can find it at:  http://www.highlands-community.ab.ca/contacts.htm  Or the main website http://www.highlands-community.ab.ca

 

 

 

 Newton:  http://www.newtoncl.ca/boarde.htm roland.provost@newtoncl.ca

 

Belleview:  Finley  May contact again after booking with group is set.

Beverly Heights:

Beacon Heights:

Nerwon roland.provost@newtond.ca

Montrose Howard Weir, president 780-471-2758

 

 

Sent email to

To Leadership of Highlands, Newton, Montrose, Bellevue, Beverly Heights and Beacon Heights Community Leagues,  on 10/6.  Addresses = hclpres@yahoo.ca; HowardLawrence@shaw.ca; roland.provost@newtoncl.ca.

 


 

 

 Left a message with Nancy at Canadian Red Cross

Regional Office - Edmonton9931 - 106 Street

 

T5K 1E2

Tel: (780) 423-2680

Toll free: 1-800-565-4483

Fax: (780) 428-7092

 

 

 

 


 

 City of Edmonton

Edmonton.ca is an evolving website. Your insights and opinions are used to continually improve this site. Let us know what you think at WebFeedback@edmonton.ca. Due to volumes of emails received, we may not be able to contact you directly, but value your input. Email to: Citizen Action Centre Phone: 780-496-8200 Fax: 780-496-8297

 cacentre@edmonton.ca

http://www.edmonton.ca/for_residents/emergency_services/contact-us.aspx

 

 


 

 

Edmonton Community Leaders, Preparation for public health emergencies may help bring communities together. The research project called "Risk Communication for Flu Pandemics" could provide your community with new ways to communicate. Dr. Thomas Barker is a Visiting Scholar with The University of Alberta School of Public Health who is talking about and investigating how communities take part in public health decision-making. Email Dr. Barker at thomas.barker@ttu.edu (780 884-1299) or visit http://www.faculty.english.ttu.edu/barker/PandemicRisk/ to find out how your community members can participate in this program. p>

albertaavenue@gmail.com; aldergro@telusplanet.net; allendalecommleague@hotmail.com; executive@avonmorecl.net; hutchinr@telus.net; belmead@telusplanet.net; blackmudcreek@gmail.com; hmah@freenet.edmonton.ab.ca; info@innercity.ca; info@BYCLNews.com; league@brookview.ca; hall@delwood.ca; info@decl.net; eeca@shaw.ca; epcl@shawbiz.ca; empirepk@edmc.net; fraserflyer@shaw.ca; goldbar@ecn.ab.ca; gwcl@telus.net; hairsine@telus.net; hazeldea@telus.net; info@idylwylde.org; icl@interbaun.com; kepnews@hotmail.com; league@laperle-community.ca; info@lagolindo.ca; lakewd@telusplanet.net; leefieldcom@interbaun.com; lessardcommunity@lessardcommunity.ca; CommunityInfo@lewisestates.org; info@MLCL.net; oliverco@telusplanet.net; ridgecl@telus.net; riverbendcl@interbaun.com; williw@telusplanet.net; sthwd@telus.net; theridgecommunityleague@yahoo.ca;

 

 


 

 

I was also thinking that you may wish to connect with  city of Edmonton person in charge of disaster planning for the city - his name is Dean McKellar and his email is dean.mckellar@edmonton.ca.  (from Janice Bell)
 

Email to Dean McKellar on 9/30

 

Dear Mr. McKellar, Your name was suggested to me as a person I might contact to interview as a public health information provider. I am a Visiting Scholar with the UA School of Public Health. I am investigating community communication readiness for flu pandemics. You can read about my study at this link: http://www.faculty.english.ttu.edu/barker/PandemicRisk/. I am attaching an invitation to an interview. As a professional involved in emergency and disaster planning, your views are an important element in the overall Edmonton community response. The invitation is general, and has been approved by the UA Health Research Ethics Board. I hope you will have time for a brief research conversation about the issue of community response to public health information. Please let me know if you are interested in being interviewed. I promise it will be interesting and useful, and it will not take up much of your time. Thank you!

 

 


 

Rio Terrace, Patricia Heights, Quesnell October 3

 

 http://www.rioterrace.ca/

 Hi Sheri, saudet@telusplanet.net 

 

I got your email address from the person who answered the phone at (780) 487-0610, the Rio Terrace Community League office. I would like to send it to the leadership of the League, Mr. Tony Andrezejewski. Can you possibly forward the message to him, or the appropriate person, for me? I’d sure appreciate it.

 

Left a few phone messages at:   486-1140  (Cheryl Becker) and  (780) 487-0610. 

 10/6/08

Got a call from Becker who will pass the info off to Tony.  Her email:  dcbecker@shaw.ca Home:  780 486-1140.

Emailed her on 10-6.

 

 


 

McLeod president@mcleodcommunityleague.ca; piper@mcleodcommunityleague.ca

http://www.mcleodcommunityleague.ca/contact#executive_committee

 

Steele Heights no site found, this league appears to be associated with McLeod

 

Kilkenny http://www.kilkenny.ab.ca/  mailto:president@kilkenny.ab.camailto:vp1@kilkenny.ab.ca

Evansdale

Northmount  

Area 17 Community Leagues:  http://www.evansdale.ca/?q=node/19

  • Steele Heights

 

 nmclinquiries@northmount.ca; president@northmount.ca; president@mcleodcommunityleague.ca; piper@mcleodcommunityleague.ca; president@kilkenny.ab.ca; vp1@kilkenny.ab.ca; president@evansdale.ca; president@lagolindo.ca; bwday@telus.net; londonderynews@gmail.com

 

Sent on 10/7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Text:

Dear xxxxxxxxx Community League,

 

I am a Visiting Scholar with the University of Alberta School of Public Health, writing to offer a public talk on pandemic flu readiness for community league members in Edmonton. I would like to present the talk to the xxxxxxxxxxxxx Community League. From your website it looks like your League is quite active and a talk on community readiness for public health threats might be of interest to members.

 

Community preparedness is one of the most important elements in dealing successfully with flu pandemics and other public health threats.

 

The talk may help your members prepare for pandemic flu, listeriosus, or other threats from biological agents. The 30 to 60 minute talk is part of a research project to find ways for the public to communicate effectively with health care agencies, such as Alberta Health Services. Talks may be scheduled any evening during September and October at your facility. No equipment is required and the talk is totally free. You can find out more about the presentation at the following Internet link:

 

http://www.faculty.english.ttu.edu/barker/PandemicRisk/Presentation/presentation.htm

 

I am attaching an invitation and sample poster. I can do the talk as a stand alone presentation or do it as part of another event. Please call 780 884-1299 or email thomas.barker@ttu.edu if you are interested in scheduling a talk for xxxxxxxxxxxx Community League members. If you are not involved in program planning, could you please forward this message to the correct persons?

 

Thank you!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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