Migrant Farm Worker Health Forum 

In support of migrant farm worker communities and those working with them OHCOW organized the Ontario Migrant Farm Worker Health Forum, a unique opportunity to bring stakeholders together to share best practices, and explore innovative ideas to improve access to quality care for migrant farm workers.

Occupational Health Issues in Agriculture 

By Dr. Michael Pysklywec from Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW)

Sexual Health and MFWs 

By Aaraon Diaz Mendiburo, postdoctoral fellowship International Migration Research Centre, Wilfrid University and speakers

Pesticide Safety in Ontario 

By Lynn Van Maanen fom the Ontario Pesticide Education Program (OPEP)

Health and Safety Hazards in Agriculture 

By John Aird from the Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS)

Approaching the Challenge of Worker feedback and Data Collection for MFW Programs 

By Eduardo Huesca from Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW)

Creating Supportive Spaces with MFWs in Simcoe 

By Camille Roberts, Outreach Volunteer

Pesticide Safety in ON Legislation and Training 

By Eduardo Huesca from Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW)

Mental Health Among Jamaican Farm Workers 

By Stephanie Mayell, McMaster University 

Best Practices in Using Interpreters Volunteers to Professionals 

By Laura Comiskey 

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