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HEIA Community of Interest (CoI) 

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Building on the existing capacity and expertise in this area, this Community of Interest (CoI) will support the implementation of the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care's Health Equity Impact Assessment tool within the broader mental health and addiction sector across Ontario and encourage sharing of the results of the HEIA application. Through knowledge exchange and transfer this web-based CoI will enhance the evidence base for HEIA provincially, nationally and internationally

The purpose of the HEIA CoI is to build evidence on the effectiveness of HEIA and increase the use of HEIA in Ontario to reduce inequities in access, use, and outcomes of mental health care.

The Community of Interest provides a platform for sharing research and practice-derived evidence on the application and effectiveness of HEIA, and reinforces equity-based improvements in Ontario mental health and addiction programs and services. The work of this CoI will support Ontario's key priorities, decision-making frameworks, and legislation including the Excellent Care for All Act, the Local Health System Integration Act, Ontario's Action Plan for Health Care, and the French Language Service Act.

To view the HEIA Community of Interest activites, click here.

This community of interest is intended for researchers, service providers, policymakers and systems planners supporting people with mental health and substance use problems.Champion organizations of the HEIA CoI include the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC), Health Nexus, Wellesley Institute, Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Ontario and Public Health Ontario.

New memebers are welcome!

The HEIA CoI is supported by Evidence Exchange Network (EENet).

As a member of this CoI you can expect:

  1. access to CoI members with expertise in use of the HEIA tool
  2. an opportunity to engage other researchers, service providers, policymakers, service planners who have used HEIA tool
  3. a means to share your own experiences, knowledge and collaborate on generating and building new evidence of HEIA
  4. access to resources, webinars and expert knowledge on HEIA


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