STUDY DAYS - Topical Lectures

Those at a distance can view webcast sessions via Zoom Webinar, Live on the date of the event, or webcast recordings. Webcasts are recorded and archived for a minimum of one year for access by participating agencies or individuals. We encourage agencies to view webcasts in groups or in team meetings in order to take advantage of discussion and activities.
 


HEADS-ED Mental Health Screening Tool - Follow up and discussion

Recorded June 16 2020

With presenters Dr. Mario Cappelli, Senior Clinician-Scientist at the Ontario Provincial Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental, Adjunct Professor of Psychology, Clinical Investigator, CHEO Research Institute Professor of Psychiatry; Dr. Ashley Radomski, Post-doctoral fellow, Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health; and Joel Schryer, Program Manager, Mental Health and Quality Improvement, Children First - Windsor

The HEADS-ED mental health screening tool was initially developed for use with children and youth between the ages of 6 and 18 years presenting to the Emergency Department. It has since been adapted and used in a variety of settings including youth mental health walk-in clinics, centralized intakes, and most recently to facilitate care pathways between primary care and community-based mental health services. A new version of the tool has been developed for use with children under age 6. Early years mental health providers provided feedback on the initial version of the tool during a previous session with IMHP. The HEADS-ED Under 6 is now being validated by the Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health in collaboration with Children First in Windsor. The presentation will provide:
  • A brief background of the HEADS-ED
  • An overview of the use of the HEADS-ED in primary care (Primary Care Pathways project)
  • The adaptation of the HEADS-ED for children under 6
  • Preliminary results from HEADS-ED under 6 validation study
  • A discussion of how primary care providers can support infant mental health.
  • Progress update of a scoping review on the multidimensional mental health and developmental screening tools for children six years of age and under.
 
 

  HEADS ED Community Consultation and Discussion

Recorded December 11 2018
Speaker: Mario Cappelli, Senior Clinician Scientist, Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child & Youth Mental Health, CHEO


 

TALKING ABOUT BABY SLEEP:  IMPROVING SLEEP OUTCOMES IN INFANCY 

Recorded December 14 2017
Presenter: Robyn Stremler, RN, PhD, Associate Professor, Director, PhD Program, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

 

Also check out the Understanding Sleep in the First Year Discussion Guide for more on this topic.