Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division is set to host three conferences over the next several months that will focus on health system quality improvement, workplace mental health and campus mental health, respectively.
CMHA Ontario 2019 conference, The Quality Culture: Building Better Together
Registration is now open for CMHA Ontario’s 2019 conference, The Quality Culture: Building Better Together, slated for April 1-2 at the Marriott Downtown at CF Toronto Eaton Centre.
This event will bring together board volunteers, agency leaders and clinical/front-line staff to discuss the integral role everyone plays in creating a “quality culture” in the community-based mental health and addictions sector.
Keynote speakers include veteran emergency room physician and medical media personality Dr. Brian Goldman, award-winning national health writer André Picard, registered psychotherapist and compassion fatigue specialist Françoise Mathieu, and health care expert Dr. Joshua Tepper.
To register, visit cmhaontarioconference.ca.
Mental Health Works’ 2019 workplace conference, Roadmaps to Resiliency: Investing in Mental Wellness for Ontario’s Workplaces
Registration is also open for Roadmaps to Resiliency: Investing in Mental Wellness for Ontario’s Workplaces. Hosted by Mental Health Works, a national social enterprise led by CMHA Ontario, this conference is set for May 13-14 also at the Marriott Downtown.
It will bring together leaders, managers and employees to discuss emerging best-practices and skills that can develop resiliency in the workplace.
Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health’s 2019 conference, Whole Campus, Healthy Communities
The Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health is accepting abstracts until April 15 for its 2019 conference, Whole Campus, Healthy Communities, set for Oct. 15-16 at the Hyatt Regency Toronto.
This year’s conference will focus on five themes: substance use, mental health strategies, wellness and health promotion, diversity and inclusion, and the student voice.