Moving evidence into action - using the 2015 findings from the Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey

On October 5, 2016, EENet presented part two in a webinar series on the 2015 Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey (OSDUHS) findings.

In this webinar, the presenters reflected on how the OSDUHS data has been used to inform programming, planning, and policy at the system level. The OSDUHS is run by CAMH’s Institute for Mental Health Policy Research.

To view the webinar recording click here and you can see the presenters' slides here. If you missed the first webinar in the series, which provided an overview of the 2015 survey findings, you can view the recording and slides from part 1 here.

The presenters:

  • Elizabeth Amorim, Supervisor, Substance Misuse/Injury Prevention Team, Peel Public Health
  • Po-Po Lam, Epidemiologist, Peel Public Health
  • Mark Beazley, Clinical Manager, Crisis and Youth Programs, St. Joseph’s Care Group
  • Gail Czukar, Chief Executive Officer, Addictions and Mental Health Ontario

The OSDUHS webinar series is hosted by Evidence Exchange Network (EENet) in the Provincial System Support Program at CAMH.