San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join a FREE presentation about:
- An evidence-informed intervention using physical activity to improve the health and longevity of people experiencing mental illness
- Lessons learned during implementation
Who should attend: Service providers; clinicians; individuals involved in systems-level governance, policy, and planning; persons with lived experience/self-identified family; and peer support workers.
Date: Thursday, March 27, 2014
Time: 3:00 to 4:30 pm EST
Location: Bata Shoe Museum, St. Crispin’s Studio, 327 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON OR webinar
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About the presenter:
Ken Jue is an accomplished consultant committed to creating conditions that will improve the well-being and longevity of people experiencing mental illness. Ken designed and launched the InSHAPE program, seen in the U.S. as one of the best innovations to reduce the life expectancy gap for mental health consumers and service users. InSHAPE is an evidence-informed model that integrates a multi-faceted and person-centered approach to whole health improvement with social inclusion and community engagement strategies. For more information, visit www.kenjue.com/inshape
When & Where
Evidence Exchange Network (EENet)
Evidence Exchange Network (EENet) actively promotes the use of evidence in decision-making by providing an infrastructure to connect evidence to mental health and addictions stakeholders across Ontario, develops targeted KT products and tools, and supports interactive exchanges. The EENet community includes researchers, clinicians, decision-makers, service providers, system planners, policymakers, persons with lived experience, and families. Join the network at www.eenet.ca and www.eenetconnect.ca.