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Published on Jan 10, 2012
One of the key challenges in healthcare reform is the lack of accurate and robust data sets upon which to make clinical, administrative, and strategic decisions.
The National Infant Child and youth Mental Health Consortium (The Consortium) recognized a gap in knowledge and partnered with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research -- Institute of Human Development, Child and Youth Health, Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres, and The Provincial Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health at CHEO to prepare a Background Paper on Access & Wait Times in Child and Youth Mental Health.
In June 2011 the Institute of Human Development, Child & Youth Health (IHDCYH) is launching two funding opportunities in the area of mental health services for children and youth: Knowledge Synthesis and Partnership for Health System Improvement (PHSI) grants.
The purpose of these funding opportunities will be to address mental health services and wait times by creating knowledge and developing and testing models that will ultimately improve access to mental health services for children and youth in Canada.
This webinar will provide an opportunity: To learn general information about the Partnership for Health System Improvement grant To learn about the upcoming Knowledge Synthesis and Partnership for Health System Improvement funding opportunities in child & youth mental health To ask specific questions about these funding opportunities and understand what IHDCYH hopes to accomplish To discuss strategies on how to maximize the collective strength and experience of the Consortium in applying for these opportunities