Ask the Experts: CICMH Webinar Series
The Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health has launched a webinar series where specialists can share promising practices in their disciplines to address the needs of students with complex mental health concerns and strategies to promote a mentally healthy campus.
Who are the Experts?
The Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health has identified subject matter experts in the field of mental health and addictions as well as on-campus mental health practitioners to lead each webinar.
Who Should Attend?
All stakeholders in campus mental health can bring their own level of expertise to our wider community of practice. We encourage anyone who supports the mental health needs of post-secondary students to attend the webinars, ask questions, and share their perspectives on each topic on our online community of practice platform after participating.
How it Works
In the biweekly newsletter, the CICMH advertises upcoming webinars and provides the following information:
- Our Guest
- Topic of Discussion
- Date and Time
- Eventbrite Registration Link
Once you have the webinar link, you may sign in anytime before the presentation by following the steps below:
- Select “Enter as a Guest”
- Type in your Name
- Click the “Enter Room” button
- Please post your comments/questions/info in the ‘Chat’ pod during the webinar
- Please also let us know if someone is watching the webinar with you, as we would like to track our participant numbers. You can do this in the ‘Chat’ pod
- Turn on your speakers or use headphones to listen
If you do not have speakers or headphones:
- Enter Participant PIN:50554706#
The following picture is from the Good2Talk webinar. This is how the webinars will appear on your screen once you join with the link you are provided. You must have adobe flash player in order to view the webinar so if you are not up to date, please click here to download the latest version. Click the picture below to enlarge.
The Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health would like to thank the support of the Evidence Exchange Network (EENET) & CAMH Health Promotion Resource Centre for this webinar series.