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Prototyping at the Charlotte Street Arts Centre

The NouLAB Academy teams came together at the Charlotte Street Arts Centre in Fredericton, NB for the much anticipated prototyping workshop. Both teams started the Academy program last October and have been working on problem framing, system mapping, user centred design, scenario planning, and determining metrics – all to inform what they wanted to prototype by highlighting their assumptions and hypotheses in relation to their respective problems.

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The Canadian Open Data Awards

For the fourth consecutive year, the open data community from coast to coast will gather at the annual Canadian Open Data Summit. Once again excellence in the field of open data will be recognized at the Summit’s Award Ceremony on June 13th, 2017 in Edmonton, Alberta.

Call for nomination deadline: May 26, 2017.

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Program Design and Logic Model Workshop to Support Change and Deliverology

Learn tools and approaches to support program and service planning, design, implementation, and evidence-based outcomes for government and organizational learning and decision-making

June 22-23, 2017

Wu Centre, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton.

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Symposium on Promoting Child and Youth Mental Health

The Atlantic Summer Institute (ASI) is offering its 2nd Symposium on Promoting Child and Youth Mental Health: Moving Evidence to Action on August 21-23, 2017 in Charlottetown, PEI. The Symposium will gather community leaders, government representatives, educators, health practitioners and youth to review evidence of youth mental health issues in the region and to create collaborative strategies to promote positive mental health in schools and communities.

Early Bird registration rates will be available until June 1, 2017.

Preliminary Program.
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"The past year I have been assisting with the development and implementation of NaviCare/SoinsNavi. My primary contribution was an environmental scan of pediatric patient navigation programs in Canada. Currently I am working on the evaluation of the centre. We are still early days as the centre was only launched last January. We will be conducting semi structured interviews with both families/caregivers who use the centre as well as any care professionals (health, education, or social services) who either refer a family to the centre or use it themselves."
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Killam Prizes
CIHR-Spring 2017 Project Grant
Leadership in Advocacy Award – Criteria and Eligibility
The Royal’s Institute of Mental Health Research: The Royal-Mach-Gaensslen Prize for Mental Health Research

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