The Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement (CFHI) has launched a mobile app that allows the public to access their popular Patient Engagement Resource Hub on the go. The Patient Engagement Resource Hub is an online collection of tools for engaging and partnering with patients and families to improve health and healthcare. The Hub is a one-of-a-kind resource developed by CFHI, with more than 100 Canadian and international open-access and freely available resources and tools – including engagement frameworks, toolkits to help implement a variety of engagement methods, guides to evaluation techniques, and patient surveys.
Registration is now open for the Mental Health Commission of Canada’s consensus conference on November 2-4, 2015 in Ottawa. The conference will focus on removing barriers that can prevent successful transition from child and youth to adult mental health services.
As the number of people fleeing conflict in Syria continues to increase and expand across borders, providing adequate and proper mental health care to refugees in this crisis has become a central issue. With almost four million displaced persons from Syria, the corresponding mental health crisis is not new, as refugees have been experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and anxiety since the beginning of the five year old civil war. The importance of addressing this issue, however, is becoming more noticeable as the number of affected people continues to rise and the impact on neighboring populations becomes a global concern.
The first full week of October invites Canadians to share the realities of living with mental health issues through Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW).
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Over the last several years, governments at different levels across the country have made investments in mental health and addiction services, supports and programs for their respective communities. And there are examples all across the country of effective programs that promote mental health, prevent mental illness, and provide effective mental health and addiction services.
With the first puck now dropped for the 2015-16 Ontario Hockey League (OHL) season, CMHA Ontario has even more goals for the Talk Today program.
Police record checks reform legislation took another step towards reality as Bill 113 passed its second reading in the Ontario Legislature on Tuesday, Sept. 29.
A coalition of leading health organizations is calling on the Ontario government to develop a comprehensive alcohol strategy to address the health harms of alcohol.
Former national health minister Allan Rock is speaking out about the importance of assisting with mental health issues.