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2023 Projects

August 9, 2023

Shifting the Focus: Shaping the Content for an Educator Wellbeing Course

This project seeks to create a community of Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) who will gather 5 times to shape the content for a 6-week educator wellbeing course. This course will then lay the foundation for a larger proposal (2024 SHRF[…]

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June 16, 2023

Public Safety Personnel Families: An Ecosystem of Prevention Resources and Supports

Project Summary: Our goal is to develop and offer evidence-based and trauma-informed mental health primary and secondary prevention resources and adapt existing tertiary prevention supports to serve micro population of PSP families through PSPNET – Families. Developing the PSPNET – Families ecosystem will require an ecological approach that recognizes that PSP and their family members […]

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June 5, 2023

Creating a Trauma Integrated Practices Knowledge Mobilization Series for Child-Serving Sectors in SK

This project is to develop trauma-integrated practices (TIPS for…) knowledge briefs that will serve as a knowledge dissemination and mobilization initiative that touch on a variety of topics and audiences,  assisting practitioners in different child-serving sectors.   Principal Investigator: Dr.[…]

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June 5, 2023

Cross-Sectoral Collaboration to Improve Outcomes for Children/Youth in Vulnerable Contexts

Despite efforts of Canadian governments to address problems created by service fragmentations, many children and youth with complex needs continue to fall through the cracks in the siloed systems of care. Children with mental health struggles/issues/concerns are significantly affected by[…]

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May 25, 2023

Win With Wellness Program Evaluation

The Saskatchewan Roughrider Foundation launched its Win With Wellness Presentation Series, an interactive presentation designed for grades 5 to 9 students that focuses on giving students the tools they need to understand and manage their stress and anxiety and build supportive[…]

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