Cannabis knowledge exchange forum: A health equity lens on youth and cannabis use

  1. Event details
  2. Promotional toolkit

Event details

Hosted by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in partnership with the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC), the Cannabis Knowledge Exchange Forum is the national event that will bring together policy-makers, researchers, professionals working in primary care, mental health and addictions, public health, education and social services to share the latest research and information, to promote evidence-informed practices, and to explore experiences and needs of diverse groups of youth with regards to non-medical cannabis use in the Canadian context.

The Forum is also supported by the Margaret and Wallace McCain Centre for Child, Youth & Family Mental Health. Simultaneous French translation will be available for selected workshops.

This year’s theme is A health equity lens on youth and cannabis use and focuses on:

  • cannabis use among diverse populations
  • building resilience and reducing harm
  • youth perceptions on cannabis

 

Date: February 4, 2021

Registration is now full - please join the waitlist

If you have any questions, please contact cannabis [dot] hub [at] camh [dot] ca.

Access more credible cannabis information at the Cannabis Knowledge Exchange Hub

We are also now accepting applications for poster presentations. All those wishing to participate must submit an abstract by Friday December 11, 2020

Promotional toolkit

Thank you for taking the time to help promote the upcoming Forum. Below, you will find a selection of text and images for you to use and modify for your newsletters or social media channels. If you have any questions, please reach out to francesca [dot] kennedy [at] camh [dot] ca.

Sample newsletter text

Please join us at the second annual Cannabis Knowledge Exchange Forum. 

This national event will bring together policy-makers, researchers, professionals working in primary care, mental health and addictions, public health, education and social services to share the latest research and information, to promote evidence-informed practices, and to explore experiences and needs of diverse groups of youth with regards to non-medical cannabis use in the Canadian context.

This year’s theme is A health equity lens on youth and cannabis use and focuses on:

  • cannabis use among diverse populations
  • building resilience and reducing harm
  • youth perceptions on cannabis

 

The virtual forum will take place on February 4, 2021 with registration closing on Wednesday, January 27, 2021.

Learn more and register: https://www.cpd.utoronto.ca/cannabis-forum/

We are also now accepting applications for poster presentations. All those wishing to participate must submit an abstract by Friday December 11, 2020. Apply now: https://www.cpd.utoronto.ca/cannabis-forum/abstracts/

Social media

Whether you are a speaker, poster presenter, attendee or representation an organization, we want to thank you for your help sharing this event. In all social media posts, please use the hashtag #CKEF2021 and refer to the suggested accounts, below, to tag. 

Twitter

  • @EENet_News
  • @MHCC_
  • @CAMHnews

Facebook

  • @theMHCC
  • @CentreforAddictionandMentalHealth

LinkedIn

  • Mental Health Commission of Canada
  • CAMH

Instagram

  • @themhcc
  • @CAMHnews

Graphics

Are you looking to share an image promoting the Forum on social media? We have a collection of resources that you may use. Each file below contains four images.

 

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