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Multifamily Group Therapy (MFT) is an intensive outpatient therapy that brings families who are coping with an eating disorder (ED) together to learn from and support each other. At Southlake, we rely primarily on the MFT model as practiced by Pennie Fairbairn and...Read More
Head to Toe is a new practice that helps with early identiﬁcation and management of patients at elevated risk for suicide in pediatric medical and surgical units. All youth 12 and older admitted to the medical and surgical inpatient units at the Children’s Hospital of...Read More
Within mental healthcare, coercive practices are those that restrict freedom and force interventions to immediately de-escalate potential crisis. It is rare to find such practices elsewhere, yet they are common in mental healthcare (namely the use of restraints and...Read More
The Burnaby Centre for Mental Health and Addiction (BCMHA) is a tertiary care facility for adults with the most severe and complex concurrent disorders across BC. People with concurrent disorders in BC are highly marginalized, often living with other challenges that...Read More
CAMH has been leading the development and implementation of Integrated Care Pathways (ICP) in the Mental Health and Addictions sector since 2013. Accreditation Canada has already recognized two of the CAMH’s ICPs as leading practice and these have been successfully...Read More
In the Spring of 2017, the Mayor of Grand Bank NL reached out to the CEO of Eastern Health asking for help; his community was losing too many people to suicide. Eastern Health engaged communities in a series of consultations (4), where 144 people responded that...Read More
The Youth Engagement Initiative (YEI) operates within the Child, Youth and Emerging Adult Program at CAMH and is supported by the Margaret and Wallace McCain Centre for Child, Youth and Family Mental Health. The goal of the YEI is to facilitate collaboration between...Read More
Zero Suicide enables best practice in suicide risk screening and assessment, risk formulation, and safety planning (https://zerosuicide.sprc.org/). The foundational belief of Zero Suicide is that suicide deaths for individuals under the care of health systems are...Read More
In the summer of 2018, the Forensic Psychiatry Program at St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton created a Patient Safety Task Force with a mandate to promote safety for all. The Patient Safety Task Force collaborates to uphold a safe environment for both patients and...Read More
Caring for Healthcare Workers; the National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in Healthcare
Each week, 500,000 Canadians miss work due a mental health problem or illness. Many of these workers are from the healthcare sector. In fact, staff working in the healthcare sector are 1.5X more likely to miss work due to illness or disability than people in all other...Read More
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