[NOTE: This post is solely for the purposes of supporting the communication efforts of the Changing CARE: Embrace initiative; this is not a Pathways lead project so please contact EMBRACE as per below] Thanks to the contributions of health providers and family...
There is a known physician shortage across Canada. In 2017, Canada ranked 28th out of 39 developed countries based on physician-to-population ration (i.e. the number of physicians per 1000 people) (OECD, 2017). On average, there are 2.7 doctors per 1000 people across...
The Women’s Mental Health program at the Royal is currently looking for 2 volunteers (will receive paid honorarium) to serve on an advisory committee for a research project focused on the mental health needs of women staying in violence against women (VAW) sector...
The Renfrew Mental Health and Addiction services, with support from Champlain Pathways to Better Care, collaborated to develop a baseline understanding of the number of individual clients who are accessing both mental health and addictions services in Renfrew County....
The Champlain Regional Surge Planning Protocol Development: Phase II is intended to aid in the refinement of the protocol’s first version. This project targets the creation of an actionable strategy to improve Mental Health and Addictions (MH&A) Alternate Level of...
“Human Guinea Pigs or Game-Changers? Exploring Clinical Study Myths and How Volunteer Participants Can Help Transform Mental Health Research and Care”
Th. May 23, 2019 @ 7 pm
Auditorium, The Royal
Registration is Required: tinyurl.com/y672tl6a#MentalHealth#addiction
Celebrating 10 Years of CODA: Connecting on Disability and Abuse
Mon June 10, 9:30 -11:30 a.m,
Coffee and Cake at 11:00 am!
If you have any questions, accommodations needs, call 613-580-2424 ext. 25393.
HELP improve transitions in service.
Tu. May 21, 5:30-7pm
Centretown Community Health Centre
420 Cooper St, Ottawa ON
Si vous souhaitez participer en français, n'hésitez pas
à nous contacter.
Phone interviews avail.