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Online learning resources from the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools -- (1) An effective way to promote and support skill development in evidence-informed practice and (2) Critical Appraisal of Research: Some resources

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Online learning resources from the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools -- (1) An effective way to promote and support skill development in evidence-informed practice

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I Introduction
II How are the modules used?
III Are the modules effective?
IV Conclusion

--Submitted by Jeannie Mackintosh, National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools

I Introduction

Toronto Mobile Crisis Intervention Team (MCIT) Program Implementation Evaluation Brief Report

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I Background
II An Evaluation of the Toronto Mobile Crisis Response Team Program
III Evaluation Recommendations
IV References
V Resources

--submitted by Maritt Kirst, Amy Katz and Vicky Stergiopoulos. The original report on which it is based was written by Maritt Kirst, Renira Narrandes, Kate Francombe Pridham, Janani Yogalingam, Flora Matheson and Vicky Stergiopoulos, Centre for Research on Inner City Health, St. Michael’s Hospital

I Background

Adolescent Stress and Coping: A Meta-analysis

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I Introduction
II Article search
III Literature review
IV Adolescent coping strategies
V Method
VI Understanding the ecological framework
VII References

Submitted by Cameron Montgomery1,2, David Trumpower1, Angus McMurtry1, Shehzad Ghani1, Alix Daubney1, Eva Guerin 2 (1Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa; 2 Institut de recherche de l’Hôpital Montfort)

I Introduction

Heart and Stroke Foundation Stroke Report 2014: Death rates from stroke have greatly decreased over past 10 years, but with an aging population and an increase in younger people having strokes, can the system keep up?

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I Introduction
II Stroke can happen at any age
III Improvements in care and treatment
IV Coordinated care
V Specialized units, specialized care
VI The power of technology
VII Rehabilitation
VIII Prevention
IX Involving patients and families
X Conclusion
XI Resources

--submitted by Ian Joiner, Patrice Lindsay and Stephanie Lawrence

I Introduction

Imagine Men’s Health Study – Health and Well-being among Gay and Bisexual Men of Colour in Toronto: Intersections of Body Image, Racism, Homophobia, and Gender Roles

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I Introduction
II Study objectives
III Study context
IV Phase 1: Qualitative interviews
V Phase 2: Online survey
VI Study implications
VII Notes and resources

--Submitted by David J. Brennan and Rusty Souleymanov

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