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Fall 2005: Transformation

October 11, 2005

network_21-2_cover_100 Changing the Mental Health Care Map in Ontario

IN THIS ISSUE: The Time Is Now to Make a Difference – Team Work – Lessons Learned – Transforming Ontario – Setting the Table for Recovery – “E” Is for Enabler – The Gold Standard: Rules of Engagement.


Vol. 21, No. 2


The Time Is Now to Make a Difference

Team Work

CMHA Windsor-Essex County Branch partners up to launch one of Ontario’s first family health teams

Lessons Learned

Based on experiences from other provinces, what can we expect from Local Health Integration Networks?

Transforming Ontario

Mapping the new Local Health Integration Networks and CMHA branches across the province

Setting the Table for Recovery

Consumer/survivors need a seat at the table if the transformation agenda is serious about building a recovery-based health care system

“E” Is for Enabler

How will Ontario’s e-health strategy support transformation and protect privacy at the same time?

The Gold Standard

Michelle Gold explains the rules of community engagement

Re: Cover
Donna Husiak, Icarus (acrylic on canvas, 9′ x 4′). Reproduced by permission. One of nine original paintings, by various artists, inspired by stories from Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Commissioned by the Workman Theatre Project, in partnership with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, for the exhibition “From Myth to Muse.”

In Memory of Pedro Alderete
This issue of Network is dedicated to the memory of visual artist Pedro Alderete, whose work I’m a Patient appears in the magazine. Pedro died in a tragic accident in October 2005, while working on a mural in Downsview Park. His work originally appeared in the Being Scene exhibition at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

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