Access For All
Our virtual events, whether they be lectures, workshops, or podcasts, are accessible to anyone and everyone! You just need to register.
To immediately access and view our current and previous events, please register as an Associate Fellow. It takes minutes to register and you will be automatically accepted.
If you are a current PhD, Postdoc, or Early Career Researcher, you may be eligible to participate as a Fellow. Fellows receive enhanced access to DIVERT Mental Health benefits. Applications for the 2023 calendar year are now closed. Applications for the 2024 calendar year will open in late fall 2023. We encourage you to register as an Associate Fellow to gain access to DIVERT Mental Health’s content.
DIVERT is in the midst of planning exciting lectures and activities for Fall 2023 & Winter 2024. With the help of our multidisciplinary team and collaborators, we will be launching interactive educational sessions and professional development workshops that pulls on teachings found at the cross-section of our four pillars: Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion; Digital/Virtual Technologies; Implementation Science; and Leadership and Professional Development. Each session will be grounded in the diverse lived experiences of children, youth, and families; and delivered in partnership with academic and industry, NGO, and community mental health care organization members. Each session will be translated into the other official language through live interpretation.
Our Fall 2023 schedule is as follows:
- September 27th, 2023 12pm-1pm EDT (English to French)
- October 2023 TBD
- November 2023 TBD
- December 2023 TBD
All members of DIVERT Mental Health will automatically receive information to access these sessions. Register as an Associate Fellow to receive updates on DIVERT’s lectures and activities.
Inclusive Child & Youth Mental Health: Training for the Digital Age
Hacking CIHR Funding with an EDI Lens
Child and youth mental health crisis & the Emergency Department: using a digital health solution
Being a Mother or Birthing Parent as a Student: Important Intel for Supervisors and Trainees in Mental Health Research & Clinical Training Programs