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What are chronic diseases? Chronic (or non‑communicable) diseases last for at least three months, are not passed between people, and progress over time. What are mental health problems or illnesses?...
Stepped Care 2.0© (SC2.0) is a transformative model for mental health and addictions services. Developed in Canada by Dr. Peter Cornish, the person-centred approach organizes and delivers evidence-based programming aligned...
Developed by Dr. Peter Cornish, and championed by the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC), Stepped Care 2.0© (SC2.0) is a transformative model for the delivery of mental health and...
Stepped Care 2.0 © (SC2.0) is a transformative model for the delivery of mental health and addictions services. The person-centered, strengths-based approach provides rapid, same day, flexible access to evidence-informed...
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The CSA Z2003:20 National Standard of Canada for Mental Health and Well-Being for Post-Secondary Students (the Standard) — the first of its kind in the world — is a set...
Flexible work arrangements are alternative arrangements or schedules from the traditional working day and week. Employees may choose a different work schedule to meet personal or family needs. Alternatively, employers...
Although suicide is preventable, rates in Canada have remained relatively stable over the last two decades. The assessment of suicide risk by clinicians and mental health professionals plays a key...
Learn about three opioid- and other substance use-related stigma reduction programs for health and social care providers that have been evaluated using the Opening Minds Provider Attitudes Towards Opioid Use...