Mental Health Commission of Canada. (2021). Performance measurement in infant and early childhood mental health and well-being in Canada: Key messages and resources from a rapid scoping review. Ottawa, Canada: Mental Health Commission of Canada. https://mentalhealthcommission.ca/resource/performance-measurement-in-infant-and-early-childhood-mental-health-and-well-being-in-canada-key-messages-and-resources-from-a-rapid-scoping-review/
This rapid scoping review describes the performance measurement landscape within the field of infant and early years mental health in Canadian and select international contexts. Findings are summarized in 13 key messages and identify important opportunities to bridge knowledge, practice, and policy.
Relevant to researchers, policy makers, and practitioners, this report is a rich source of information on the state of population-level performance measurement in the field of infant and early years mental health. Useful materials include summaries of pan-Canadian advancements (e.g., population-level data sets and tools) as well as references to provincial/territorial initiatives and key organizations focused on infant and early years mental health.