Using data to inform programming, planning and policy, Webinar/archived, series

from CAMH and EENet

CAMH Monitor 2013 – Part 2: Using the Data to Inform Program Planning and Policy

October 8 | 11:00 am – 12:30 pm EDT

The CAMH Monitor is the longest ongoing survey of substance use and mental health among adults in Canada. This free webinar from CAMH Health Promotion Resource Centre and EENet will feature provincial partners who have used the CAMH Monitor data to inform programming, planning and policy. A panel will discuss how the data can inform planning that advances health equity and a focus on the broader determinants of health.

This is the second in a two-part series. Part 1 focused on provincial trends in mental health and substance use. Recording  |Slides

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One comment

  1. Bill Dare

    Useful resource from Evidence Exchange below:

    Understanding and interpreting research evidence is an important part of practicing evidence-informed public health. The National Collaborating Centre for Methods & Tools has created a series of short videos to explain some important terms that you are likely to encounter when looking at research evidence. Maureen Dobbins, Scientific Director of NCCMT, demystifies statistical analyses and research jargon commonly used in public health.

    From now through December, @HealthEvidence will run a #MT_URE Twitter campaign to promote a video from this series each week. Follow us on Twitter @HealthEvidence or click here

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