The National Campus Mental Health Community of Practice (CoP) invites you to join us for our third webinar this academic year. The focus of this webinar will be twofold:
- First, to check in with our CoP members and continue a dialogue on some of the emerging topics of our CoP. We will explore current practices and resources relating to the priorities discussed in previous webinars (e.g., policy) as well as connect with each other to share ideas, wisdom and opportunities to collaborate in these area further. Jonny Morris, Senior Director of Public Policy, Research and Planning at the Canadian Mental Health Association British Columbia Division will be on hand to moderate this discussion.
- Second, to present a “preview” of a new tool we are working on: a self-assessment and resource inventory based on the “Post-Secondary Student Mental Health: A Guide to a Systemic Approach”. This tool is designed to be completed by key campus stakeholders as a group, discussing specific questions in key seven areas of the Guide. The collaborative process of completing the self-assessment will help to assess campus’ strengths, resources and identify areas of growth that are necessary in creating a campus community deeply involved in transformative learning and the mental well-being of students. Participants will have the opportunity to complete an inventory in advance and offer their feedback that will foster discussion during the webinar. The webinar will also present a comprehensive list of best practices in each of the seven areas of the Guide. A PDF of the list will be emailed to the participants who will attend the webinar.
- Tayyab Rashid, Ph.D., C.Psych, Health & Wellness Centre, University of Toronto Scarborough
- Ashley Humeniuk, MPH, Manager, Health Promotion & Outreach, University of Calgary
- Jonny Morris, Senior Director of Public Policy, Research and Planning, Canadian Mental Health Association British Columbia Division
Registration: You can register through this link.
- You do not have to be a CACUSS member to join this webinar.
- The date of this webinar has been changed from April 7th to April 28th.
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