Webinar: Community engaged research - Integrated services for substance-involved pregnant women

Creating an Integrated service delivery program for substance-involved pregnant and parenting women in Thunder Bay

Exploring the perspectives of service users

Join this FREE webinar to learn what services to offer and how to provide services to mothers who are substance involved and their children, how to enhance service access and delivery, and how to meet the educational and professional development needs of health and social service professional students and providers.

Date Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Time: 2 - 3 PM EST

Register today! This webinar is FREE but spaces are limited. Download the event flyer.

Who should attend?

Service providers; clinicians; individuals involved in systems-level governance, policy, and planning; persons with lived experience/self-identified family members; and peer support workers. 

Care providers and organizations working with mothers who are substance involved and their families: This webinar will guide your decisions about what services to offer and how to provide services to mothers who are substance involved and their children.

Policymakers: This webinar will provide valuable information on how you can enhance service access and delivery, and will provide insights into the educational and professional development needs of health and social service professional students and providers.

About the presenters

Dr. Kristen Jones-Bonofiglio is Director at the Centre for Health Care Ethics and Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario Lisa Bishop is Principal Investigator for the Mothers' Voices Thunder Bay Project. She is Associate Staff at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre and an Anishinabe Registered Midwife at Dilico Anishinabek Family Care, where she provides specialized care to highly marginalized and/or substance involved women and families.

This webinar is presented by EENet in collaboration with Lakehead University, the Thunder Bay Drug Strategy, and Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre.

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