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CAGP/CCSMH Seniors’ Mental Health Outstanding Care & Integrative Practice Award (open)

Nominations Due: Friday, May 24, 2019

Please submit the completed nomination package electronically to cagp@secretariatcentral.com, with all sections clearly marked to CAGP-CCSMH Awards Committee. Seniors' mental health teams, programs and individuals can all be nominated. Priority will be given to nominees in the healthcare, continuing care and not-for-profit sectors.

The award winner will be recognized at the CAGP-CCSMH Annual Scientific Meeting in Banff, Alberta. The winner will be provided with one complimentary dinner ticket where they will receive their award on October 25 in Banff. A profile on the successful individual(s) and/or team(s) will be included in the CAGP and CCSMH e-newsletter to members following the ASM.

AWARD

In recognition of an individual, team, service or program leading outstanding seniors’ mental healthcare and integrative practice models, such as: interprofessional and interdisciplinary collaboration, integration of mental and physical health care, and/or support systems integration/navigation of older adults. Additional domains of activity can also include: exemplary teamwork, outstanding educational initiatives, innovative program development and/or initiatives to build a community of practice in seniors’ mental healthcare at a regional, provincial or national level.

Applicant Requirements

The nominee or team must meet some or all of the qualities outlined below:

  •  Outstanding interprofessional and interdisciplinary collaboration.
  •  Integration of mental and physical health care and/or support systems integration/navigation of older adults.
  •  Exemplary teamwork.
  • Outstanding educational initiatives.
  • Innovative program development and/or initiatives to build a community of practice in seniors’ mental healthcare at a regional, provincial or national level.
  • Innovative programming or initiatives to combat ageism and stigma.
  • Promotion of the strengths associated with aging and the value of older adults to our society.
  • Inclusion (if available) of statements made by older adults or their caregivers who have been positively impacted by the work of the nominee*

    *Please note such a statement requires anonymity or written patient consent to be provided in the nomination submission.


Application

Nominators must be either a member of the CAGP or an Affiliate of the CCSMH. Affiliation with the CCSMH is free – please visit www.ccsmh.ca to join.

The nomination must include the following:

  • A written statement by the nominator concerning the merit of the individual’s or team’s contribution with regards to the above-mentioned qualities in sufficient detail to allow assessment by the awards committee. Please include specific examples of how their work has impacted the field of seniors’ mental health.
  • Either the nominee’s curriculum vitae (if an individual), or a summary of the positions held by each team member (if a team is nominated).
  • Any supplementary marketing or educational materials produced by the individual or team that would be relevant for consideration (max. 3).

Nominations Due: Friday, May 24, 2019

Please submit the completed nomination package electronically to cagp@secretariatcentral.com, with all sections clearly marked to CAGP-CCSMH Awards Committee.

If you have any questions please contact us at cagp@secretariatcentral.com.

    PAST CAGP/CCSMH SENIORS’ MENTAL HEALTH OUTSTANDING CARE & INTEGRATIVE PRACTICE AWARD WINNERS
    • Marilyn White-Campbell (2018)

    PLEASE NOTE: The CAGP cannot provide patients with the names of physicians providing care to patients. The Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons in most Canadian provinces and territories maintain a website for patients to find a physician by specialty. A list of these governing bodies is available on the Federation of Medical Regulatory Authorities of Canada’s website.

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