Welcome to the home of the Centre’s growing collection of online learning modules. Whether you’re looking for information about implementation, evaluation or specific mental health topics we’re adding modules all the time, so check back often to see what’s new.
Youth and family engagement
- An overview of the core definitions, theories and benefits of family engagement in mental health care, and an introduction to the Bringing Family Engagement
- What is youth engagement? Why is it so important in child and youth mental health care?
- An overview on how to navigate through the material presented in the implementation learning modules.
- An introduction to topics surrounding leadership in the change process and how to influence change.
- The key success factors involved in building a team and the components influencing teamwork.
- A focus on staff readiness, the need for an evidence-informed practice, critical appraisals and selecting the right evidence-informed practice.
- A look at the factors influencing the implementation process and the National Implementation Research Network implementation drivers.
- An overview and guidance on how to implement an outcome measurement system.
- A discussion on next steps and other support available from the Centre.
- This module will provide an overview of evaluating the implementation of evidence informed practice, outcome evaluation, and useful tools for evaluating impl
Special topics in child and youth mental health
- In this module, we’ll identify risk and protective factors associated with non-suicidal self-injury and describe strategies to improve early identification.
- This module will present ways to develop your awareness of stigma in child and youth mental health, its different forms and how we can reduce it.
- In this module, we’ll consider why evidence is so important.
- This module provides an introduction to the types of anxiety disorders and strategies for prevention and intervention.
- In this module, we’ll explore what oppression is and how we can develop an anti-oppressive lens when working with children, youth, families and each other.
- This module is intended to guide you through the process of preparing for and writing a literature review in several different contexts.
- This module provides an overview of evidence, best practices and practical strategies for youth suicide prevention, risk management and postvention
- This module is intended to define bullying, identify different forms of bullying, and understand why children bully.
- In this module, we’ll explore what we know about how adults learn best, we’ll walk you through planning a learning session and we’ll offer strategies that wi
- This module provides an overview of the types of mood disorders in children and youth and strategies for prevention and intervention.
- In this module, we’ll offer some very specific strategies that can help you build and enhance your partnerships, as well as overcome challenges so that you c
- This module offers an overview on building and enhancing communities of practice, and what it takes to evaluate and strengthen them.
- This module describes qualitative and quantitative approaches to data collection and analysis.
- In this course, we will introduce you to the topic of developmental evaluation, help you to assess whether this approach is a good fit for your work and offe
- This module takes you through the various tasks involved in preparing for and planning an evaluation.
- This module focuses on carrying out the evaluation as defined by a framework.
- This module focuses on what happens after you evaluate.
- This module will support evaluators in understanding the importance of ethics when working with participants and increases their ability to identify key ethi