Evidence snapshots

Evidence snapshots

EVIDENCE SNAPSHOTS MAY 2020
 
Read this report developed by the United Nations on the importance of putting human rights at the center of shaping an effective and inclusive pandemic response.
EVIDENCE SNAPSHOTS APRIL 2020
 
In this COVID-19 pandemic, emerging popular refrains like ‘we’re all in this together’ and ‘we will come through this together’ echo across media. But who is this ‘we’?
 
Read this policy brief to better understand the differential impacts that COVID-19 has had on vulnerable populations and recommended actions as a result.
EVIDENCE SNAPSHOTS MARCH 2020
 
Read this annual report on immigration to Canada to learn about the successes that have been achieved as they relate to welcoming newcomers to Canada.
EVIDENCE SNAPSHOTS FEBRUARY 2020
 
Findings show rates of first contact in the emergency department for youth mental health conditions in Ontario were highest among refugees and recent immigrants to Canada. Read this article to learn about sociodemographic and primary care factors that may play a role, and about suggestions for improving access to the mental health system on an outpatient basis.
EVIDENCE SNAPSHOTS JANUARY 2020
 
Recognizing and appropriately treating mental health problems among new immigrants and refugees in primary care poses a challenge because of differences in languages and culture and because of specific stressors associated with migration and resettlement. Read this article to learn about strategies for mitigating barriers to the provision of adequate mental health services.
EVIDENCE SNAPSHOTS DECEMBER 2019
 
There is a lack of consensus on appropriate mental health care for war-traumatized individuals. Read this article to gain insight into key recommendations for mental health professionals.
EVIDENCE SNAPSHOTS NOVEMBER 2019
 
This report examines select sociodemographic trends, social determinants of health, and issues related to IRER populations; while also highlighting next steps in moving forward.
EVIDENCE SNAPSHOTS OCTOBER 2019
 
This report builds the case – economically and socially – for investing in culturally and linguistically appropriate and diverse mental health care for Canada’s Immigrant, Refugee, Ethno-cultural and Racialized (IRER) populations. This report offers: an examination of Canadian published research on IRER peoples mental health in Canada, promising practices to better serve IRER populations and an economic evaluation of IRER mental health service use.

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