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On February 3, 2023, EENet hosted a webinar to celebrate the winners of the 2022 Paula Goering Collaborative Research and Knowledge Translation Award.

This bi-annual award is sponsored by University of Toronto Department of Psychiatry, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Foundation, and the CAMH Provincial Systems Support Program.

This year the award recognizes the excellence of two projects, both of which demonstrated innovation and effectiveness in how they integrated the expertise of diverse stakeholders into their research.

Engaging youth with mental health and/or addiction concerns in health care navigation and research

Mental health navigation offers a unique opportunity to engage more young people in MHA care, yet youth engagement in MHA navigation settings is not well-understood. The Family Navigation Project partnered with youth, decision-makers, providers, and caregivers as co-researchers to collect information from key stakeholders and develop a youth engagement framework. The presenters will discuss the approach and lessons learned on engaging youth in mental health and/or addictions navigation services and research.

Presenters: Thalia Phi and Roula Markoulakis

Building Success in Housing First Treatment: CMHA Ottawa Condominium Study and Toolkit

CMHA Ottawa owns 40 condominium units in regular buildings scattered across Ottawa, Ontario, that they rent to their clients with severe mental illness who are homeless or vulnerably housed. The presenters will share findings on their process in engaging stakeholders in an evaluation of the program, including the development of a knowledge mobilization toolkit and promotional video.

Presenters: Maryann Roebuck, Lisa Medd and Leif Harris

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