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Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Care Network
18th Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Care Conference (2017) Connecting People In Need With Care
Ottawa, Ontario
2017/06/02 - 2017/06/03
Join us in Ottawa Next Year for Canada's 150th Anniversary Celebration!

18th Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Care Conference (2017) Connecting People In Need With Care

June 2 and 3, 2017, Delta City Centre, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

We are excited to welcome health care providers, administrators, policy makers, patients, and families to join us from June 2-3, 2017 at the Delta City Centre in beautiful Ottawa! This year, we celebrate "Connecting People in Need with Care" as an overarching theme, connecting with patients of all ages and hard-to-serve populations, connecting via technology, connecting with policy makers to initiate change, and connecting with each other to work collaboratively in mental health care.

Our host city for this year is also home to Canada's 150th Anniversary Celebrations which will be taking place throughout 2017. This is the perfect opportunity to visit Canada's capital and take part in this special year of National celebration (#Ottawa2017). Visit our website,, as we continue to add more details, but for now save the date and also consider submitting an abstract.

Target Audiences:

Interprofessional/intersectoral teams
Family physicians and other primary care providers
Mental health care providers
Psychiatrists and psychologists
Administrators and policy makers
Other health disciplines working with primary care and/or community care
People with lived experience
Family members
Educators and their students

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