Yvette Doiron



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Developing, Implementing and Evaluating a Model for Youth Mental Health Service Transformation: ACCESS*- Canada *ACCESS: Adolescent / young adult Connections to Community-driven, Early, Strengths-based and stigma-free Services

2014/15-2020/21 • $24,336,557 • PI,CO,Other
Over 75% of mental disorders begin in early adolescence or young adulthood. When untreated, mental disorders can have serious negative consequences for youth, cause immense suffering for youth and families, and have high costs to society. Outcomes for most mental disorders have remained...

Implementing Mental Health Recovery Guidelines Into Services: A Pan Canadian Study

2017/18-2020/21 • $413,906 • PI,CO
Implementing Mental Health Recovery Guidelines Into Services: A Pan-Canadian Study (Piat, Briand, Mantler Albert, Doiron, Maillet, et al)Issue to be addressed: The aim of this project is to facilitate system transformation to a mental health recovery perspective by implementing and evaluating...

A Knowledge Synthesis on Implementation of the Recovery Concept into Canadian Mental Health Services

2015/16 • $100,000 • PI,Other
Issue to be addressed: The goal of this synthesis is to transform Canadian mental health services to a recovery approach. In order to do this we will conduct a systematic review of research on implementing the recovery concept into mental health services for people with serious mental illness....

Developing, Implementing and Evaluating a Model for Youth Mental Health Service Transformation: ACCESS*- Canada *ACCESS: Adolescent / young adult Connections to Community-driven, Early, Strengths-based and stigma-free Services

2013/14 • $25,000 • PI,CO,Other
Most mental disorders (over 70%) first appear between early adolescence and young adulthood. The long-term outcomes of mental disorders can often be determined early in the course of illness. That is why a lack of or delay in treatment can have serious negative consequences for youth and society...

Mental Health Recovery in Canada: Developing and Sustaining a Pan Canadian Community of Practice

2013/14 • $24,975 • PI,CO,Other
The overall aim of this grant is to bring together knowledge users, decision makers, and researchers from across Canada to develop Pan Canadian research on the implementation of recovery throughout the system of mental health services. Mental health recovery is defined as "a way of living a...

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