Identifying the Big “P” and Little “p” Policies within Institutions, Communities and Government

Posted on March 17th, 2016

Summit 2016 participants were invited to collectively pinpoint key policies- within post-secondary institutions, surrounding communities and government- that impact mental health, well-being and substance use in the campus context. Using Think-Pair-Share, participants were encouraged to...

Practice Makes Policy: Creating Policy That Enables Well-being

Posted on March 17th, 2016

This graphic recording was created during Jenna Omassi’s keynote presentation and student reflections following her presentation focusing on policy change on BC campuses at Summit 2016. Below is a description of the keynote:

“A challenge to health and well-being on college...

Promoting the Mental Health of BC’s Post-Secondary Students: An Interactive Look at Policy and Practice Shift

Posted on March 17th, 2016

A graphic recorder summarized Jonny Morris’ session at Summit 2016 exploring how Healthy Minds | Healthy Campuses has advanced significant change on campuses across BC and beyond at a national level. The session provided an up-close look at how HM|HC has helped shift policy and practice...

Post-Secondary Student Mental Health: Guide to a Systemic Approach

Posted on January 21st, 2015

The guide illustrates a framework for addressing student mental health in post-secondary institutions. The purpose of the guide is to be used as a tool to support the creating of campus communities that are deeply conducive to transformative learning and mental well-being through a systemic...

A Radical Redesign of Post-Secondary Education

Posted on January 17th, 2015

A graphic recording from keynote address by Dr. Richard Keeling at Summit 2012 called Higher Learning on Healthy Campuses: A Radical Redesign of Post-secondary Education. Critical questions of institutional mission, organizational structure and policy, and the nature and formation of programs...

What Contributes to Our Success?

Posted on January 17th, 2015

A graphic recording from the Case Conference: “Diagnosing” a Healthy Campus Community (Panel Discussion) at Summit 2012. This plenary session was a ‘double flip’ on the traditional critical incident response team case conference whereby we will be shifting the gaze to the broader...

World Cafe Session 2

Posted on January 17th, 2015

At Summit 2012, participants were invited to participate in a World Cafe discussion called, “Ready, Set, Imagine: World Café – “What does a healthy campus community look like and how do we get there?” In the second World Cafe session, some of the topics discussed were spaces...