#Frayme2022 Learning Institute
Opens Nov 3 2021 12:00 AM (EDT)
Deadline Nov 30 2021 11:59 PM (EST)
Description

Frayme Learning Institute 2022 – Future State: The Path to an Exemplary Youth Mental Health System
February 23-24, 2022
#Frayme2022

Types of submissions
Three types of programming will be offered at the 2022 Learning Institute - virtual symposiums, virtual workshops and virtual poster presentations.

Virtual symposiums (approximately 20 minutes in length per presentation + 10 minutes for questions): Symposiums will feature presentations by one or more speakers that are didactic in nature,  focusing on sharing lessons learned, key takeaways or specific learnings from a project, collaboration or initiative in the youth mental health and substance use space. Space will be reserved after each presentation for questions and comments from participants. 

Virtual workshops (approximately 25-30 minutes in length per workshop):  Virtual workshops will facilitate an interactive space for conversations, questions, and dialogue through audience involvement. If you’re looking for feedback on your project, and seek to engage participants as co-presenters, or are hoping to stir up bold new ideas, then this option is for you.  

Virtual poster presentations: Virtual poster presentations will showcase your project through a digital poster format with mechanisms that will allow participants to interact with authors and ask questions.

Eligibility criteria for submissions
All submissions to the 2022 Learning Institute will be delivered virtually. Please check the list below to ensure your submission fits the all required criteria:

  • Each workshop and symposium submission must be no longer than 30 minutes in length and (for symposiums) include time for questions and comments from the audience.

  • Submissions must relate to youth mental health and/or substance use and addictions services, supports and/or programs operating in Canada. Content around international youth mental health and/or substance use and addictions services, supports and/or programs will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

  • Workshop and symposium submissions must include the input and expertise of either youth and/or family members either in the delivery of the workshop/symposia itself or in the work of the project being highlighted within the workshop/symposia.

  • Selections will be based on the following criteria:

    • relevance to the event objectives, content streams and Frayme’s mandate;
    • clarity and coherence of the submission;
    • utility to potential participants;
    • consideration to meaningful youth and family engagement;
    • (for workshops) presence of interactive components;
    • consideration to equity, accessibility, inclusivity and diversity of the project/work.  

To successfully submit your abstract, all aspects of the application form must be completed. Additional members can contribute to or review your application in advance - you can do this by selecting Invite Collaborators. You can address the invitation to their preferred email address and also set their permissions in advance - to view and edit, or to view only - and can send them an optional message in your invitation. If you are a Collaborator on an abstract, please note that the primary Applicant (the individual who invited you to contribute to the application) is responsible to submit the completed abstract on behalf of your team.

#Frayme2022 Learning Institute


Frayme Learning Institute 2022 – Future State: The Path to an Exemplary Youth Mental Health System
February 23-24, 2022
#Frayme2022

Types of submissions
Three types of programming will be offered at the 2022 Learning Institute - virtual symposiums, virtual workshops and virtual poster presentations.

Virtual symposiums (approximately 20 minutes in length per presentation + 10 minutes for questions): Symposiums will feature presentations by one or more speakers that are didactic in nature,  focusing on sharing lessons learned, key takeaways or specific learnings from a project, collaboration or initiative in the youth mental health and substance use space. Space will be reserved after each presentation for questions and comments from participants. 

Virtual workshops (approximately 25-30 minutes in length per workshop):  Virtual workshops will facilitate an interactive space for conversations, questions, and dialogue through audience involvement. If you’re looking for feedback on your project, and seek to engage participants as co-presenters, or are hoping to stir up bold new ideas, then this option is for you.  

Virtual poster presentations: Virtual poster presentations will showcase your project through a digital poster format with mechanisms that will allow participants to interact with authors and ask questions.

Eligibility criteria for submissions
All submissions to the 2022 Learning Institute will be delivered virtually. Please check the list below to ensure your submission fits the all required criteria:

  • Each workshop and symposium submission must be no longer than 30 minutes in length and (for symposiums) include time for questions and comments from the audience.

  • Submissions must relate to youth mental health and/or substance use and addictions services, supports and/or programs operating in Canada. Content around international youth mental health and/or substance use and addictions services, supports and/or programs will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

  • Workshop and symposium submissions must include the input and expertise of either youth and/or family members either in the delivery of the workshop/symposia itself or in the work of the project being highlighted within the workshop/symposia.

  • Selections will be based on the following criteria:

    • relevance to the event objectives, content streams and Frayme’s mandate;
    • clarity and coherence of the submission;
    • utility to potential participants;
    • consideration to meaningful youth and family engagement;
    • (for workshops) presence of interactive components;
    • consideration to equity, accessibility, inclusivity and diversity of the project/work.  

To successfully submit your abstract, all aspects of the application form must be completed. Additional members can contribute to or review your application in advance - you can do this by selecting Invite Collaborators. You can address the invitation to their preferred email address and also set their permissions in advance - to view and edit, or to view only - and can send them an optional message in your invitation. If you are a Collaborator on an abstract, please note that the primary Applicant (the individual who invited you to contribute to the application) is responsible to submit the completed abstract on behalf of your team.

Opens
Nov 3 2021 12:00 AM (EDT)
Deadline
Nov 30 2021 11:59 PM (EST)