Posters, Mental Health

ChartierPosterJan30.17 It’s time to invest in a comprehensive Child and Youth Mental Health Strategy at provincial and national levels
By Mariette Chartier

Mental illness touches children from all corners of the province and across all socioeconomic levels. We found, however, that some children are at greater risk.

ChartierPoster3Feb14.17 It’s time to invest in a comprehensive Child and Youth Mental Health Strategy at provincial and national levels
By Mariette Chartier

Children with mental illnesses are less likely to graduate from high school and are also more likely to be accused of a crime or to be victimized.

ChartierPoster2Jan30.17 It’s time to invest in a comprehensive Child and Youth Mental Health Strategy at provincial and national levels
By Mariette Chartier

Mental illness is the most common illness experienced by children and teens in Canada.

Medicine is not just a science, it’s an art Medicine is not just a science, it’s an art
By Lynn Wilson

When patients feel that their doctor has communicated well with them, they report a better understanding of their health problems and treatment plan.

When inequality in Canada goes up, child well-being goes down When inequality in Canada goes up, child well-being goes down
By Erin Schryer

Record numbers of children in Canada are living in poverty in spite of an all-party resolution in 1989 to end child poverty by the year 2000.

When inequality in Canada goes up, child well-being goes down When inequality in Canada goes up, child well-being goes down
By Dr. Nicole Letourneau

According to UNICEF, Canada is one of the more unequal societies for children and youth, ranking 26th of 35 rich nations on indicators like health, education, income and life satisfaction.

When inequality in Canada goes up, child well-being goes down When inequality in Canada goes up, child well-being goes down
By Dr. Nicole Letourneau and Erin Schryer

According to UNICEF, Canada is one of the more unequal societies for children and youth, ranking 26th of 35 rich nations on indicators like health, education, income and life satisfaction.

Funding community-based programs can help reduce male suicide Funding community-based programs can help reduce male suicide
By John Oliffe

Art creates a space for men to open up about mental illness and suicide. The process of creation can be therapeutic, and the product facilitates dialogue so others who are similarly challenged can speak out or seek help.

Funding community-based programs can help reduce male suicide Funding community-based programs can help reduce male suicide
By Britney Dennison

People are more likely to engage and participate in outreach programs and projects for mental health that are held in alternative spaces — by getting away from the traditional clinic-based therapeutic settings.

riddleposteroct11-16 Too many women around the world still die during pregnancy and childbirth
By Dr. Valery Ridde

Canada should be more actively involved in networks that promote a childbirth based on respect and dignity — and save lives in the process.


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