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Strategies and Opportunities to Improve Physician Wellness, Decrease Burnout, and Support Professional Practice 2:00 pm
Strategies and Opportunities to Improve Physician Wellness, Decrease Burnout, and Support Professional Practice @ Online
Jun 10 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Join the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) for a webinar with Dr. Vicky Stergiopoulos, a Clinician Scientist and the Physician-in-Chief at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). The objectives of the webinar include: Describe individual, team and organizational level strategies to improve physician engagement, wellness, and excellence Discuss the opportunity to decrease physician burnout by optimizing the use of electronic health records Review opportunities to support professional practice and leadership development of physicians
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Mental Health and Addiction QI Collaborative Series – Focus on Ontario Health Teams 11:00 am
Mental Health and Addiction QI Collaborative Series – Focus on Ontario Health Teams @ Online
Jun 13 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
In preparation for Ontario Health Teams, join the Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario for this free webinar series and learn about opportunities for collaboration with your local mental health and addiction agencies on how to work together to improve access, transitions and care outcomes using a quality improvement (QI) approach. This webinar is hosted by Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario.
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ATTCH Niagara Family Fun & Wellness Day 11:00 am
ATTCH Niagara Family Fun & Wellness Day @ Hernder Estate Winery
Jun 15 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
ATTCH Niagara is thrilled to be holding a Family Fun & Wellness Day to launch their new non-profit organization. The goal of the Family Fun & Wellness Day is to promote connection, wellness, and fun for families while raising funds to support the delivery of free and low-cost therapy for people in need of all ages. There will be fun for the whole family, including: Bouncy castle Skyhunters Birds of Prey Exhibit Family Photographs Yoga by the Vineyard A live Preformance from a new youth band, Deadwax Music Lead Activities Crafts Family Games Penny Sale Table Thrifting Section & More! For more information, call 905-684-9333 or email reception@attch.org. All activities other than penny sale and thrift table are by donation. Suggested amounts will be posted but people can participate regardless. This event is hosted by ATTCH Niagara.
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Family Support Services at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton 12:00 pm
Family Support Services at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton @ St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton - Upper Auditorium
Jun 18 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Join the Concurrent Disorders Capacity Building Team to learn more about the Family Peer Support services available through St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton. Fiona Wilson and Karin Anderson will speak on family engagement, family centred care, and the Peer Support in PES as a new initiative. Additionally, family members who have utilized the support offered through St. Joseph’s will share their stores. Attend the sessions in-person or remotely. This event is hosted by the Concurrent Disorders Capacity Building Team.
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Addressing Mental Health and Well-being by Creating Balanced and Supportive Post-Secondary Environments 1:00 pm
Addressing Mental Health and Well-being by Creating Balanced and Supportive Post-Secondary Environments @ Online
Jun 25 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Students that are transitioning from high school to post-secondary education can experience a great amount of stress (Sheng, 2017). According to the National Institute of Mental Health, routine stress can contribute to mental health challenges such as depression or anxiety. The majority of people entering or preparing for post-secondary education, 15-24 year olds, are more likely to experience mental illness than any other age group (CAMH, 2012). Many changes occur during this period that are unfamiliar and out of their control. In response to these statistics, specifically looking at young adults 18 years of age and older, and in the interest of evolving education practices with inclusive principles while improving well-being, this webinar will discuss how post-secondary institutions can provide a welcoming, holistic, and supportive environment, demonstrated by physical and sensorial elements. This webinar is hosted by the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health.
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The Roshni Project Webinar: Highlighting the Lived Experience of South Asian Women 1:00 pm
The Roshni Project Webinar: Highlighting the Lived Experience of South Asian Women @ Online
Jun 27 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Presenter: Dr. Gursharan Virdee, psychologist and researcher at CAMH Learn about: The mental health realities of young South Asian women The roles of family, faith communities, educators, and mental health service providers The process and benefits of co-creation as a source of empowerment About the Roshni Project Following many years of hearing young South Asians in the Greater Toronto Area share challenges with accessing culturally-informed mental health supports and services, we came together to find a way to help. Young South Asian women in particular expressed a need to see a young South Asian mental health professional that ‘looked like’ them. Someone who understood what it was like to be a woman and straddle two completely different cultures — being Canadian and being South Asian. Through these dialogues emerged a number of gaps in the systems surrounding these young people, with the central and repeated theme being understood as a young South Asian and the role of gender in their experiences. This webinar is hosted by the Evidence Exchange Network (CAMH).
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