Knowledge Bites Lunch & Learn Series

Addiction & Mental Health Knowledge Exchange

The Addiction & Mental Health (AMH) Knowledge Bites Lunch & Learn Series is a quarterly event hosted by the Alberta Health Services Provincial AMH team. This series is intended for evaluators, researchers, decision makers, health professionals, and others with an interest in addiction and mental health-related evidence topics.

A guest speaker will be invited to present their latest findings from a completed evaluation, research or quality improvement project relevant to the field of addiction and mental health, specifically highlighting the implications for practice.

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Upcoming Events

The Lunch & Learn Series is held quarterly from 12:05 p.m.-12:50 p.m.

For details about the next event, view our event poster.

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Knowledge Bites Playlist

Past events can be on viewed on the AHS AMH YouTube Channel.

May 18, 2021: Am I enough? Exploring Alberta families’ journeys parenting a child with mental health challenges through multimedia with Dr. Dorothy Badry, Greta Gerstner, and Melissa Appleton

November 25, 2020: Staying Connected: Consumer experience of the recovery journey and long-term engagement with a rural mental health clinic with John Doell and Lyuda Krupin

September 15, 2020: Peer Support Pilot in Five Community Services with Beverley Thompson, Donna L. Rutherford, Yvonne Benson, and Michael McComb

July 16, 2020: Increasing Access to Care for Individuals Living with Opioid Use Disorder: Evaluation Results from a Primary Health Care Focused Approach in Alberta with Sarah Fotheringham and Judith Krajnak (no video available)

May 7, 2020: Congruence Couple Therapy: An Integrative Approach in Addiction and Concurrent Disorder Treatment with Dr. Bonnie Lee and Korie-Lyn Northey

March 12, 2020: A Coherent and Effective Performance Measurement Framework for Mental Health and Addictions in Canada: Inevitable or Impossible? with Dr. Carol Adair