At last year’s MPA conference, we brought together participants to explore exceptional experiences in mental and physical health care. Here is a summary of the findings gathered from participant responses that day. Stay tuned for the full report and join us on Oct 8, 2019 at the next conference to continue the conversation!
This year's conference will focus on capacity building efforts in new models of care, education programs from undergraduate curriculum to practice and oppurtunities on how to scale and spread MPA clinical and education programs to a local setting.
As an infant and then as a child, Nabihah was sick all the time. She would cough persistently and run short of breath, but no one knew why. Numerous visits to health care specialists in the Greater Toronto Area, where Nabihah lived with her parents, failed to pinpoint a diagnosis.
Bell Let's Talk is a day when many Canadians speak up to raise awareness about mental health and to promote positive change in our communities. On this day, we are taking a moment to reflect on what is at the center of the #BellLetsTalk campaign – utilizing technology and communication to reduce stigma and increase access to mental health services for all Canadians.