Canadian Public Health Association Survey – Deadline Extended

If you haven’t participated already, you still have time to complete the Canadian Public Health Association’s survey on a public health approach to substance use!

The deadline for the CPHA Survey has been extended until July 28th, 2021.

The Canadian Public Health Association is inviting you to participate in a survey to better understand your perspective on substance use. We are currently working on a project to develop tools, resources and learning materials to implement a public health approach to substance use, and we would love to hear from you to better understand your perspective and which topics and resources would be most useful to you.

Who can participate in the survey? This survey is for anyone whose work may impact people who use substances, including those who work in the substance use field, health and social service providers, public health, allied professionals, peer support workers, public safety, policy/decision-makers, etc.

Why should I participate in this survey? Participation in the survey is completely voluntary. We hope that findings will support the creation of tools, resources and online learning modules to support the implementation of a public health approach to substance use in Canada.

How long will the survey take? The survey should take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

When does the survey close? This survey will be open until July 28th 2021.To participate in the survey, please follow this link:

If you have any questions, please contact the research team at

Alex Paterson – Project Officer

Canadian Public Health Association

404-1525 Carling Ave., Ottawa ON K1Z 8R9

T: 613-725-3769

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