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A Vision for Quality Mental Health Care for All – Webinar

Hear the vision and first-hand experiences of members of the Quality Mental Health Care Network, co-led by the Mental Health Commission of Canada and HealthCareCAN.

Panellists:

  • Samaria Nancy Cardinal, Patient Partner, Patients for Patient Safety Canada
  • Jodi Hall, CEO, Canadian Association for Long Term Care
  • Rebecca Jesseman, Director of Planning and Operations, Mental Health and Addictions, Health PEI
  • Mike Villeneuve, CEO, Canadian Nurses Association

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