Using standardized tools to improve services: A knowledge exchange event for the mental health & addiction sectors

Join stakeholders from across the mental health and addiction sectors to hear more about current, innovative work happening across the province, and learn new ways of using standardized tools to support client-centered care and quality improvement.

This event will bring together community agencies, hospitals, policymakers, and system planners to:

  • Share innovative practices and new evidence from across the province.
  • Learn new ways to use standardized tools to improve client experiences and support
  • quality improvement.
  • Participate in interactive discussions about the ways to make implementation easier and overcome barriers to using the tools.


Some of the standardized tools that will be discussed include the Ontario Common Assessment of Need (OCAN), the interRAI Child and Youth Mental Health Instrument and
Adolescent Supplement (ChYMH), Ontario Perception of Care for Mental Health and Addictions (OPOC-MHA), and Staged Screening and Assessment (SS&A), which includes
Global Appraisal of Individual Needs (GAIN) Q3 MI ONT.

Registration is free but spaces are limited.

Register for this event before February 17, 2020! Download the flyer.

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