The Social Network: Examining partnership development to support knowledge translation in youth mental health

banner showing a woman, smilingPartnership development is necessary to transform systems that promotes health across multiple levels. Social network analysis (SNA) is the study of relationships among social units and can be useful to examine how partners collaborate within a network to achieve major objectives.

Join our webinar to explore how SNA was applied to the Frayme network to better understand how partnerships were being developed, as well as how these partnerships were being leveraged to achieve network objectives. We will also discuss how SNA can be a useful tool to examine relationship development within IYS partnerships.

A Q&A at the end of the webinar will provide an opportunity for participants to ask questions and/or share comments.

Date: March 30, 2020  
Time: 12:00 PM EST – 1:15 PM EST

Register for this webinar.

Learning objectives

This webinar will allow participants to:

  • Understand the concept of partnership and how it can support system-level mental health promotion
  • Understand the SNA method used to examine Frayme partnership development
  • Review findings describing how partnerships were developed within the Frayme network
  • Learn how to apply SNA to examine partnership development within IYS

Who should attend

All stakeholders involved in child and youth mental health, including:

  • Managers, directors, and program leads of youth services
  • Service providers
  • Policy makers
  • Researchers
  • Youth advocates
  • Family advocates

The presenter

Tanya Halsall is a Postdoctoral Fellow, Frayme Health Research. She received her PhD from the School of Human Kinetics at the University of Ottawa. Her primary research areas are in positive youth development, mental health promotion and examining initiatives that apply ecological approaches. She has also been involved in evaluating system-level initiatives, including Frayme.

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