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Reducing Opioid and Substance Use-Related Stigma in Health-Care and Other Direct Service Delivery Contexts

Introduction This report shares the Mental Health Commission of Canada’s exploration of how to reduce opioid‑related stigma in the context ...
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Briefs to Government | CAMIMH

Each year, CAMIMH submits a Brief as part of the federal government’s pre-budget consultation process.  Also, it may submit Briefs ...
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Call for Abstracts now open until July 5 | L’Appel de présentations est prolongé jusqu’au 5 juillet

La version française se trouve ci-dessous. Call for Abstracts now open until July 5 Normal isn’t just a harmless 6-letter ...
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Online mental health and substance use supports available through Wellness Together Canada

Le français suit. The COVID-19 pandemic has placed substantial strain on all those living across the country. Financial and employment ...
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Nurses Commit to Action Against Anti-Indigenous Racism

Nurses in Canada have been working to respond to the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission since it was ...
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Invitation to provide feedback on the survey about knowledge and capacity of public

The Canadian Public Health Association is working on a new project to build the knowledge and capacity of public health, ...
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Monthly Newsletter: May 2021

In this issue of the BC ECHO on Substance Use newsletter, you’ll find resources, news updates, and feature articles on ...
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CNA Letter re Public Health Agency of Canada Vaccine

La version française suit ci-dessous Dear members and colleagues, December 2020 marked a pivotal moment in our fight against COVID-19 ...
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Latest information on COVID-19 Resources

La version française suit ci-dessous There are a number of updated resources available on our website for the public, as well ...
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Mental Health Commission Of Canada: National Forum on the Standardization of Mental Health Apps – Summary report

In March 2021, the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) brought together people with lived and living experience of mental ...
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