BOLD IDEAS: Exploring research, elevating practice, influencing policy
A number of our 2017 Conference presenters have generously made their presentations available and these have now been uploaded to our website. Where presentations are available, you will find links to presentation files below under their relevant sections.
Special Thank you to our Platinum Plus sponsor
Ian Brunskill – Consulting Partner, MNP: "How Boards in teh Child and Youth Sector can Cultivate Learning Through Strategy "
Legal Overview for Board Members
Boards as Advocates pts 1&2
Health Equity Impact Assessment Tools
Conference Keynote Addresses
Dr. Joshua Tepper – President and CEO of Health Quality Ontario: "Better Quality Care: Let's Be Bold"
Dr. Charlotte Waddell – Canada Research Chair in Children’s Health Policy, Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University and Director of Children’s Health Policy: "Early inetrvention: Exploring a Bold New Idea"
Dr. Marla B. Sokolowski – University Professor, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto: "Gene Environment Interplay: Biological Embedding of Experience"
Dr. Jean Clinton – Clinical Professor McMaster University, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences: "The Teenage Brain Under Construction"
Monday Morning Sessions
MA2 – The Intersection of FASD and Infant Mental Health: Applying a Trauma-Informed Lens for Children in the Welfare System
MA4 – Peer on Peer Violence: Increasing Understanding to Enhance Intervention
MA5 – Digital Strategy to Support Clinical Practice Excellence
MA6 – Implementation of a Clinical Navigation: Holding and Supporting Families Through Their Service Journeys
MA7 – STEP in the Right Directions: Support, Treatment and Education for Preschoolers Residing in a Women’s Shelter
Monday Afternoon Sessions
MP1 &MP9 – Beyond Collaboration – Consortiums and Mergers as New Models to Achieve Higher Impact and Coherence in Human Services (Part 1)
MP2 – The Profound Impact of Trauma and early Childhood Experiences on Developmental Outcomes in the Young Parent and Child Dyad
MP3 – Mapping Community Infant and Early Mental Health Services in Ontario
MP4 – Beyond List-Giving: Exploring the Need for Youth and Family Mental Health and Addiction Navigation Services in Ontario and How it Can be Done.
MP5 – The Road Ahead: Developing an Ideal Future State of Youth Mental Health and Addictions
MP6 – Factors that Best Identify Risk to Re-Engage in Aggressive Behaviours and the Best Support Treatment Interventions
MP7 – Surveillance Indicator Frameworks: Looking at Positive Mental; Health and Suicide
MP10 – Intensive Family Services: Working Towards Empowering Parents to Reclaim Their Families
MP11 – Innovative and Adaptive Leadership Strategies to Manage Competing Ministry Directives and Continuous Funding Restraints
MP12 – A Multidisciplinary Approach to Embedding the Science of Infant and Early Mental Health
MP13 – Not a Unicorn: Bold and Innovative Programming for LGBTQ+ Children, Youth and Their Families
MP14 – Helping Kids Manage Stress: One School Board’s Experience in Building Resiliency Across a School District
MP15 – Let Our Voices Be Heard – New Path Evaluation Findings
MP16 – Aboriginal Children’s Health and Well-Being Measure: Innovative Practices for Individualized Clinical Assessment and Intervention, Locally-Based Community Research and Evidence-Based Community Programming, and Opportunities for Influencing Policy
Tuesday Morning Sessions
TA2 – Helping the Baby Walk-In: Including Infant and Caregiver Mental Health in Our Walk-In Settings
TA3 – Research Methods Designed for Residential Treatment Contexts: Ethnographic Elements of Mixed Method Approaches
TA4 – Workload Overload: The Development and Implementation of a Workload Review Process that Mitigates Risk Using Collaborative Resolutions
TA5 – Supporting Children and Youth with Developmental Trauma: Assessing Commonly Presenting Symptoms and Identifying Optimal Interventions
TA6 – The Dragon’s Den Challenge: Demonstrating the Effectiveness of Youth Treatment
TA7 – Equipping Parents to Support Youth Who Self-Injure: Essentials and Recommendations
TA8 – Promoting Mental Health and Well-Being in Schools: Elevating Practice and Influencing Policy Through Research
Tuesday Afternoon Sessions
TP1 – Introducing the Scoring Tool for Assessing Residential Treatment (START): Measuring Critical Success Factors in Mental Health Residential Treatment for Children and Youth
TP3 – By Youth, For Youth: Principles, Tools and Strategies for Engaging Young People
TP4 – Primary Care and Mental Health Addictions in Ontario
TP5 – Adolescent Distress and Safety – A New Approach in the Emergency Department
TP6 – Innovative Ways of Supporting Young Victims of Human Trafficking
TP7 – Implementing the Choice and Partnership Approach: How and Innovative Service Delivery Model is Transforming the Delivery of Child and Youth Mental Health Care in Ottawa
TP9 – Transforming Our System of Care: The Here 24/7 Experience
TP11 – A Clinical Research Project Evaluating a Newly Structured, 4-Session Treatment Intervention for Anxiety Through a Multi-Site Clinical Trial
TP12 – Striving for Clinical Excellence: The Use of Data in Supervision
TP13 – Addressing Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH) Through Collective Impact in Ottawa
TP14 – Co-Designing Prototypes for Improving Transitions from Youth to Adult Mental Health Services in Ontario: Integrating Implementation Science with Experience-Based Co-Design Methods
TP15 – Transformation Through Standardization and Collaboration: A Model for Continuous Quality Improvement of Services
TP16: Porquoi Pas? French Language Child and Youth Mental Health Services in Ontario
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