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Policy ready papers

In order to make wise and effective public policy decisions, decision-makers need credible information that is based on reliable research evidence.

The choice of topics for the Centre’s policy papers are guided by clinicians, decision-makers, policy-makers and emerging trends in the field. These papers reflect timely issues relevant to child and youth mental health and can be used as a solid basis for effective decision-making.
 

Papers and briefs

(Stol, Khanlou, Nguyen, Tran, Omer, Yip, Farah, Watanabe, Sundar, McBrearty and Carter)

(Companion Paper)

Executive summary

(The Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health, Children's Mental Health Ontario, Lough Barnes Consulting Group)

(Companion Paper)

Executive summary

(Clinton, Kays-Burden, Carter, Bhasin, Cairney, Carrey, Janus, Kulkarni, and Williams, 2014)

(Companion Paper)

Executive summary

(Boydell, Hodgins, Pignatiello, Edwards, Teshima and Willis)

(Companion Paper)

Executive summary

(Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health)

The Centre's submission to the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology.

(Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health, The Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres, The National Infant, Child, and Youth Mental Health Consortium)

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