Research & Evaluation
Information about how we use research and evaluation to support our program aims and objectives.
Mobilizing Minds: Integrated knowledge translation and youth engagement in the development of mental health information resources - 2016
High rates of highly persistent mental health problems can have significantly damaging effects on young adults’ lives, and young adults are less likely to seek treatment for such problems.
mindyourmind: An Overview and Evaluation of a Web-Facilitated Mental Health Program that Applies Empowerment Strategies for Youth - 2016
Many Canadian youth suffering from mental health issues do not access necessary services. There is a need for more evaluation of existing programs that promote access.
Bipolar Youth Action Project - CREST.BD, Bipolar Society of BC, Youth Action Group, mindyourmind - 2016
An action research project conducted in British Columbia to explore effective self-management strategies for youth with bipolar disorder.
Researchers from Western University partnered with mindyourmind staff and a youth team (7 youth aged between 18-25) to co-create guidelines that support youth in telling their personal story with mental illness.
Mobilizing Minds, Pathways to Young Adult Mental Health - Young Adult Team, Research Team, mindyourmind, Various Community Partners - 2014
Mobilizing Minds: Pathways to Young Adult Mental Health is a multi-year, multi-province knowledge mobilization research project which focuses on young adult mental health.
Mental Health Literacy in Canadian Young Adults: Results of a National Survey - York University & Mobilizing Minds Research Group - 2012
A survey was conducted by the Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health to evaluate the knowledge and skills of young adults in Canada that allow them to access, understand, and apply information regarding mental health. The results of this survey were analyzed by the Mobilizing Minds Research Group and research partners at York University.
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