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mar 20, 2019

PART 2 of New Narratives Webinar Series: Integrated Treatment Programs for Pregnant and Parenting Women who use Substances.

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mar 12, 2019

This toolkit is aimed at helping people who are supervising and implementing peer roles to better understand peer support and its unique value proposition for mental health and addiction agencies so that they can support peer workers in unlocking the potential of this nascent profession in our communities.

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mar 11, 2019

On Friday March 8th, the Ontario Housing First Regional Network Community of Interest (OHFRN-CoI) hosted the second annual Ontario Housing First Forum. This year’s theme highlighted Evidence-based practices.

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mar 08, 2019

Dr. Peter Cornish and his team at Memorial University of Newfoundland developed Stepped Care 2.0 – a model of care that aims to reduce the burden of mental illness on society through more efficient self-corrective systems of care offering the low-est level of intervention intensity warranted by initial and ongoing assessments.

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fév 26, 2019

This report was developed by the Housing, Health, and Justice Community of Interest, with support from Evidence Exchange Network (EENet). 

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fév 21, 2019

The EPION Metabolic Monitoring Working Group developed three videos to highlight the suite of tools developed for metabolic monitoring. These resources are designed for community and hospital based psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, family physicians, and front line mental health specialists working with individuals and families dealing with psychosis.

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fév 13, 2019

Check out EENet's new infographic poster on older adults and problem gambling. This poster is based on the article, "The prevalence of problem gambling and gambling-relatedbehaviours among older adults in Ontario" in the Journal of Gambling Issues by Mark Van Der Maas. 

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fév 12, 2019

This is the first study of people living with HIV in Ontario that looks at the link between cannabis use and alcohol use over time. Increases in recreational cannabis use were associated with increases in alcohol use, while increases in medicinal cannabis use were not. The findings are relevant as heavy drinking has negative outcomes for people with HIV.

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