KDE Hub Webinar: Creating engaging social media content

Registration is now open for our July webinar! In this webinar, digital marketing consultant Tim Campbell-Smith will help participants explore how to use social media to reach and engage their audiences. Tim will offer guidance on choosing platforms, creating compelling…

Workshop: Intentional Interactions: Social Media and Youth

Are you having trouble connecting and communicating with youth? Young people are seeking meaningful interactions with a mission or purpose - and they have much to contribute. If you're finding it difficult to get your message across to Millennials and…

Workshop: Intentional Interactions: Social Media and Youth

Are you having trouble connecting and communicating with youth? Young people are seeking meaningful interactions with a mission or purpose - and they have much to contribute. If you're finding it difficult to get your message across to Millennials and…

Workshop: Community-based evaluation Phase 2

This workshop is the second of two in a series that explores community-based evaluation. A community-based approach to evaluation can help evaluation be more meaningful and support community projects in their ability to adapt during disruptive and uncertain times. Community…

Webinar: Canada’s Positive Mental Health Surveillance Indicator Framework

Accessible and timely population-level data about the mental wellbeing of Canadians can help inform intervention, policy and research priorities to advance mental health promotion and illness prevention. Responding to expressed interest in this topic, the KDE Hub is pleased to…

Intersectionality & Complexity: Anti-Black Racism, Mental Health & COVID 19

Racism is a stressor that burdens the mental and overall wellbeing of Black, Indigenous and racialized Canadians and impacts on multiple levels, including individual and structural. This webinar will explore the historical and present-day impacts and disparities of Anti-Black racism…

Against the Current Knowledge Exchange: Tides of Wellbeing & Connection

Against the Current is a two-day virtual event where youth, researchers, and practitioners share, discuss, and reimagine upstream* policies and practices that support young people across local, national, and international pursuits to deepen youth engagement and promote wellbeing. *While recognizing…

Webinar: Intersectionality and Complexity – Anti-Black Racism, Mental Health and COVID-19

Racism is a stressor that burdens the mental and overall wellbeing of Black, Indigenous, and racialized Canadians and impacts on multiple levels, including individual and structural. Led by Liben Gebremikael (CEO) and Solomon Lome (Project Coordinator) from the TAIBU Community…

Webinar: Communities of Practice – Conceptualization, practical considerations, and lessons learned

Communities of Practice (CoP) are often used as a strategy to bring people together to share promising practices, build relationships, learn from one another, and create new knowledge to advance practice. In this webinar, audience members had the opportunity to…

Webinar: Applying Trauma-Informed Approaches in Mental Health Promotion

This webinar provided a practical and application-based lens to implementing a trauma-informed approach to mental health promotion. With an increased understanding of how trauma can impact the success of community-based mental health promotion programs and population health outcomes, the importance…

Workshop: Lessons and real-time learning about pandemic adaptations by PHAC’s Mental Health Promotion Innovation Fund (MHP-IF)

The Canadian Public Health Association hosted their national conference from October 6-8th 2021. The conference brings together public health professionals, policy makers, academics, and students from multiple disciplines and sectors to share new research and best practices on a range…

Workshop: Resilience and the pandemic: Experiences of 20 diverse projects from the Mental Health Promotion Innovation Fund (MHP-IF)

Held since 2004, the Atlantic Summer Institute on Healthy and Safe Communities (ASI) brings together community groups, researchers, practitioners, educators and government representatives from across Atlantic Canada and beyond. ASI 2021 hosted their Atlantic Policy Forum on Mental Health Promotion…

Webinar: Mental Health Promotion in Canada: Leveraging global and local assets to accelerate our progress and impact

The need for mental health promotion (MHP) has never been greater and it’s least developed on the mental health continuum. This webinar featured the Public Health Agency of Canada’s Mental Health Promotion Innovation Fund (MHP-IF) as a multi-year, multi-phase approach…

Webinar: Refining plans for child and youth mental health promotion system engagement and a project infographic template

The purposes of this webinar were to shape early Hub directions for strengthening system supports for mental health promotion in Canada and to refine a new template for project infographics. Download Event Brief

Conference: Atlantic Summer Institute on Safe and Healthy Communities

Held since 2004, the Atlantic Summer Institute on Healthy and Safe Communities (ASI) brings together community groups, researchers, practitioners, educators and government representatives from across Atlantic Canada and beyond. ASI 2020 focused on mental health promotion and was entitled, Upstream…

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