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Category: Webinars

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Ghost in the Machine: Tackling Structural Stigma in Health-Care

Learn more about the Mental Health Commission of Canada’s multi-year project to better comprehend and address mental health- and substance use-related structural stigma in health …

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E-Mental Health and Indigenous Partnerships in Suicide Prevention Webinar

With Kids Help Phone’s suicide-related contacts more than doubling in the last 5 years, suicide prevention and life promotion have become increasingly important to its …

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Alcohol Use and Suicide – Webinar

While alcohol use is linked to as many as one-third of suicide deaths, this connection is rarely discussed. In this webinar, Drs. Norman Giesbrecht, Heather …

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Measuring Stigma Related to Opioid Use

Learn about the Opening Minds Provider Attitudes Toward Opioid Use Scale (OM-PATOS), geared to those in the helping professions that may respond to or care …

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Postvention Program: Being prepared to act in the event of a suicide – Webinar

*Please note, some terms used at the start of the webinar are not considered safe language when it comes to talking about suicide. We apologize …

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Community-Based Research Request for Proposals – Information Session

Learn more about the context behind the goals and objectives of the Request for Proposals: Community-Based Research Projects in Cannabis and Mental Health. You’ll learn …

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On a light blue background, we have text in left and right columns. On the left, we read the title of the webinar in darker blue text, “Creating a Workplace Mental Health Strategy: From Start to Impact!” Below, in black text, the date of the webinar: November 18, 2019. Beneath the date are the logos and Twitter handles for Civic Action (civic is in blue with orange points over the I’s; action is in orange, but the I is flipped upside-down to create an exclamation point. The I is blue and the point is orange. Their twitter handle is @CivicActionGHTA) and the Mental Health Commission of Canada (a spark made up of blue and green lines). In the right column, we read the text, “Logged in early? Know where your workplace stands on mental health for FREE. In under 3 minutes. Get started at: mindsmatter.civicaction.ca/ https://soutienbienetre.civicaction.ca/” Beneath both columns along the bottom of the image is a white band. The Civic Action logo is repeated in the bottom right corner. The MHCC logo is repeated in the bottom right corner.

Creating a Workplace Mental Health Strategy: From start to impact!

Want to create a workplace mental health strategy but don’t know where to start? Wondering how to make the case with your senior management on …

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Cannabis and Mental Health

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Physician Wellness, Engagement, and Excellence. Strategies and opportunities to improve physician wellness, decrease burnout, and support professional practice

Description: Join the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and the Mental Health Commission of Canada for a webinar with Dr. Vicky Stergiopoulos, a …

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