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MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING AMONG ONTARIO STUDENTS: Results of the 2017 OS...

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Student mental health and well-being is a priority within Ontario. During this webinar session you will get an overview of the Mental Health and Well-Being survey findings from the 2017 OSDHUS. Although most students rate themselves as being in good physical and mental health, key issues such as suicidal ideation and psychological distress still remain a concern. The findings from the OSDUHS can help educators, public health professionals, policy-makers, and other youth-serving professionals understand the mental health and well-being trends as a way to inform mental health promotion, prevention and early intervention programs and services.

This webinar will:

Introduce the 2017 OSDUHS mental health and well-being results;
• Discuss key trends among Ontario students;
• Present a panel of OSDUHS researchers that will answer audience questions and discuss the implications of the findings.


Target audience: Public health, teachers, policy-makers, mental health leads, counsellors and service providers.

The webinar panel:

• Dr. Robert Mann, Institute for Mental Health Policy Research, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)

• Dr. Hayley Hamilton, Institute for Mental Health Policy Research, CAMH

• Angela Boak, Institute for Mental Health Policy Research, CAMH


Registration is required for this event. As space is limited, we recommend that individuals participating from the same organization register as one person and view the webinar together.


Webinar hosted by Evidence Exchange Network.

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