Mental Health Commission of Canada is hosting an event at Ryerson University on May 24th, Inform a new Standard for Psychological Health and Safety for Post-Secondary Students
Join us LIVE Friday, May 24
Inform a new Standard for Psychological Health and Safety for Post-Secondary Students -
Post Secondary Student Standard
Join us LIVE on Twitter (@mhcc_)
on Friday, May 24 at 8 am to discuss substance use and mental health on campuses. The feedback from this event will inform a new Standard for Psychological Health and Safety for Post-Secondary Students.
Your involvement is essential to the PSS Standard's success! Click here to add the event to your Outlook calendar: https://mhcccsmc.sharepoint.com/pp/SHARE/Forms/AllItems.aspx?id=%2Fpp%2FSHARE%2FSubstance%20Use%20and%20Mental%20Health%20on%20Campus%20Engagement%20Event%2Eics&parent=%2Fpp%2FSHARE&p=true&cid=94451740-f494-4f93-9400-a585a181b97a
The Mental Health Commission of Canada is hosting a livestream of a dialogue event and a Twitter chat to share and promote best practices, to discuss the intersections of substance use and mental health on campus, and to ensure as many perspectives as possible inform the new voluntary Standard for Psychological Health and Safety for Post-Secondary Students (PSS Standard).
Friday, May 24 2019
Livestream: 8:00 AM - 8:55 AM
Twitter Chat: 9:10 AM - 10:10 AM
Livestream: 10:10 AM - 11:00 AM
All times EDT
Please note this will be an English event.
In the first hour:
Learn more about the PSS Standard presented by MHCC's project leads followed by a discussion to the Post-Secondary Partnership on Alcohol Harms with Bryce Barker, Knowledge Broker at the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction.
Twitter chat will take place alongside the live in-person discussion, based on our Dialogue in a Box to gather input about promising practices to support #StudentSuccess and barriers that students face in attaining optimum mental health.
We’ll come back together live to share what’s been said in the room and in the chat.
Watch the livestream and join the Twitter chat @mhcc_using the hashtag #StudentSuccess.
What if I don’t have Twitter?
You don’t need an account to tune in. Click here and you’ll find the livestream pinned to the top at the appointed hour.
Can I watch later?
You bet! Livestreams are stored as videos on Twitter, so you can tune back in at any time.
I’m not available then, but I’d love to contribute. How can I help?
1) You can complete this anonymous survey: https://onlinesurvey.mentalhealthcommission.ca/s3/postsecondary
2) You can host your own dialogue session in your community by using the toolkit Dialogue in a Box.