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A conversation about Measurement-Based Care with Yale

April 14 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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A conversation about Measurement-Based Care with Yale

Hi Everyone,

I’m excited to be able to invite you all to an amazing event that I think will be very valuable to our members and participating organizations. Our friends at Greenspace Health have created an educational partnership with the Yale Measurement-Based Care Collaborative (MBCC) where they’ll be hosting an educational series consisting of three virtual panels. You’ll be able to learn from the Yale MBCC’s brilliant perspectives on Measurement-Based Care, its impact on clinical and social care approaches to implementation and much more.

The first event is coming up on April 14th, and I hope you can make it. Here are the details:

Webinar: The Importance of Measurement-Based Care: A Conversation With the Experts at Yale
Date: April 14, 2022 from 1-2 PM EST
Description: Join us as we sit down with four renowned psychologists and the faculty behind the Yale Measurement-Based Care (MBC) Collaborative.

Through a talk-show-style conversation, the group will share their unique perspectives on MBC and its value in shaping the future of behavioural health and addictions services. This is your opportunity to engage in a conversation with leading experts on MBC and understand the impact it’s having on your industry.
The first panel is intended for a broad audience with varying levels of MBC knowledge. Get answers to your burning questions and also help inform the content of the next two panels, where we’ll have a chance to dive deeper into themes that emerge. Note: Audience participation is encouraged, but not required.

Register here to save your spot!

ABOUT THE YALE MBC COLLABORATIVE (MBCC)
The Yale MBCC is dedicated to the advancement of MBC as an evidence-based care practice through continued research, awareness and education around both its impact and strategies for implementation for systems, clinicians and clients. The Collaborative was formed by a group of psychologists with interests in clinical service delivery, research, program implementation, quality improvement, reducing healthcare disparities, and advancements in mental health care systems that will result in better outcomes for all.
In service,

Lynne Raskin
Canadian Centre for Accreditation

Organizer

Greenspace

Venue

Virtual