By Josina Vink for the CAMH Blog
It’s time to reclaim experimentation to enable people-powered innovation in mental health.
Mental health systems in Canada have a dark history with experimentation. 395 more words
By Michael-Jane Levitan, Special Advisor, Office of Transformative Global Health
Collaborative mental health seems self-explanatory. It suggests that work surrounding mental health be a collective effort with varied perspectives and diverse skill sets to improve the quality of care for clients. 428 more words
In the 2010-2014 period, I’ve had the chance and the privilege to represent the students’ and academic community in a number of expert bodies, platforms and collaborative governance forums, in the legislative ( 246 more words
Not that long ago, I was offered the chance to speak in front of the great audience of SOFIMUN Conference.
In case you wonder, the acronym stands for Sofia International Model United Nations, the biggest and most prestigious such international youth event held in the country for quite some time. 1,294 more words
In 2012, the Reform & Union Club and New Bulgarian University signed a Memorandum of Understanding aimed at increasing the quality of the knowledge and qualification exchange networks and at ensuring the closer interaction between the civil society organisations, on the one hand, and the corporate and the academic sector, on the other. 507 more words