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Engaging in refresher training is key to ensuring the completion of quality OCANs to support client care. Join this webinar to participate in some of the interactive OCAN refresher training activities developed by Ontario Health.

Are you an OCAN trainer? This is an opportunity to learn how to lead these activities for staff in your organization. Are you an agency staff using OCAN with clients? This is an opportunity to complete some refresher training activities developed by Ontario Health.

Originally live streamed on Thursday, February 29, 2024


Learning objectives

  • Improve the quality of client information collected in OCANs.
  • Enhance client and staff experiences by engaging in activities focusing on how OCAN supports client recovery.
  • Learn to facilitate training activities in your organization.       

About the organizers

The Ontario Common Assessment of Need Community of Interest (OCAN)

The OCAN Community of Interest is co-led by the Canadian Mental Health Association Peel Dufferin and Ontario Health with the support of Knowledge Mobilization at CAMH.

The knowledge exchange goals are:

  • Increase awareness of the project and its value to Ontario’s mental health and addictions system.
  • Increase interest in using the OCAN to inform service delivery, planning and policy decisions.
  • Increase the quality of client information collected in the OCAN to support client care.

Knowledge Mobilization, Provincial System Support Program (KMb-PSSP)

The Knowledge Mobilization team in the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health’s (CAMH) Provincial System Support Program (PSSP) moves evidence to action to improve programming and inform policy change. Our team works closely with researchers, clinicians, policymakers, system planners, service providers, and people with lived experiences to mobilize knowledge and help people connect.

This webinar took place on Thursday, February 29, 2024, and was part of a two-part series. Session 1 took place on February 8, 2024. Click here to watch Session 1.

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