The Environmental Health Institute of Canada (EHI-Canada) is an incorporated charitable foundation with a vision for enhancing and coordinating efforts to understand, prevent and manage environmentally-associated illnesses. EHI-Canada was founded by professionals from a variety of backgrounds who recognized that protecting Canadians from environmental hazards that impact their health requires a collaborative effort with many key players. With such key partners, EHI-Canada creates and supports projects and programs that increase public participation and address multiple research, educational, and front-line clinical and community environmental health needs for Canadians.

Recent Activity

EHICanada site moved to WordPress

Welcome to the new format for the EHICanada website. Most of the old content is still available, but in a different place. From the home page, you can navigate to content in a number of ways:

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Canadian Academy of Psychologists in Disability Assessment (CAPDA)

Dr. Annette Lorenz joined the Education Committee and brought American Society for Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH)  experts to speak at their conferences in 2010 and 2011, as a way to promote use of clinical hypnosis where applicable in disabled patients.  Dr. Lorenz is the current President of CAPDA, and CAPDA features Dr. Allen Frances speaking about […]

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Clinical and Community Care Support Projects

A number of activities are grouped together in this post.

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Getting around the EHI Canada site