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Waypoint Talks

Waypoint Talks is a new virtual webinar series, offered by the Waypoint Research Institute. The purpose of this series is to highlight the practical implications of research projects.

Here, you will find the recordings and resources from past events:  

Recording for Waypoint Talks -
Deep TMS as a novel treatment approach for smokers: How neuroscience of the insular cortex led to a new treatment modality
(January 30, 2024): 

WT Jan 30 2024

Recording for Waypoint Talks -
Coercive control in intimate relationships: Recent research and practical implications
(September 26, 2023): 

WT Sept 26 Coercive Control Video
Slides for Waypoint Talks -
Coercive control: Recent research and practical implications
(September 26, 2023): 
WT Sept 26 PPT
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Waypoint Talks: Building your research toolkit

Waypoint Talks: Building your research toolkit is a new virtual education series, offered by the Waypoint Research Institute. The purpose of this series is to highlight best practices used in mental health research, quality improvement, and program implementation.

Here, you will find the recordings and resources from past events:  

Recording for Waypoint Talks: Building your research toolkit - A Preventative Online Mental Health Program for Youth (June 27, 2023): 
POMHPY Waypoint Talks
Slides for Waypoint Talks: Building your research toolkit - A Preventative Online Mental Health Program for Youth (June 27, 2023): 
WT June 27 POMHPY PPT
 For more information on POMHPY, click here
   



Keys to our Past: Unlocking our History in Mental Health Care

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Keys to our Past is a film series created by the Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care in partnership with the Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre, funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC). The collection brings to life topics in the history of mental health care in Canada ranging from the emergence of the asylum era to differing treatments to changes in Not Criminally Responsible (NCR) legislation. Each film is roughly 10mins in length, providing an historical introduction and connects the past to current practices.

Closed captioning is available for each video as are full transcripts.

Teaching Guides are currently in development. We would appreciate any and all comments, suggestions, and questions to enrich these documents.

Please feel free to contact us at [email protected]

Click on the images below to go to a specific video. Or, you can view the full series on YouTube at: http://bit.ly/KeystoOurPast

 Keys to our Past - Buildings
Buildings
Transcript
     Keys to our Past - Moral Treatment
Moral Treatment
Transcript
     Keys to our Past - Somatic Therapy
Somatic Therapy
Transcript
 
               

 Keys to our Past - Drug Therapy
Drug Therapy
Transcript

     Keys to our Past - NCR
 Not Criminally Responsible
Transcript
     Keys to our Past - Language & Stigma
Language & Stigma
Transcript
 
               
               


Keys to our Past
  Keys to our Past Trailer


Film Series Reviews

Humber College: Press Release re: Keys to our Past

http://humber.ca/today/news/unlocking-history-mental-health-care-canada

 

Preserved Stories Blog: Review of Keys to our Past following Humber public launch

http://preservedstories.com/2017/10/04/well-received-well-attended-mental-health-film-series-premiere-at-humber-college-lakeshore/

 

Humber College: Review of Keys to our Past following Humber public launch

http://humberetc.com/film-series-shines-light-on-mental-health-stigma/

Advances in the History of Psychology Blog: Keys to Our Past Series - Interview with Laura Ball
https://ahp.apps01.yorku.ca/2017/10/keys-to-our-past-film-series-interview-with-producer-laura-ball/

Orillia Packet & Times Article

http://www.orilliapacket.com/2017/10/11/films-explore-waypoints-history



Waypoint Research Institute 5th Annual Conference - Interview Series

 

The following interview series was filmed at the 5th Annual Waypoint Research Institute Conference, held in Barrie, ON May 15-17, 2017. The series features our keynotes from this year's event: Nadine Wathen (Western University) and Nicholas Watters (Mental Health Commission of Canada).

Click on the images below to go to a specific video. Or, you can view the full series on YouTube at: http://bit.ly/WRIInterviewSeries
  

Interview Series

What is Knowledge
Translation?

 

   

Interview Series
Words of Wisdom: Advice for Students


 
    Interview Series
Research and Policy: Do they mix?