The 5th US/Canada Forum on Mental Health and Productivity: Reference Report of Presentations and Proceedings
PublisherMental Health International
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AbstractThis report provides detailedi nformation on the content of the 5th US/Canada Forum on Mental Health and Productivity in 2013. The full-text of each of the presentations delivered at the Forum is included here in this report as edited transcripts based on the audio recording of the event. Other content is presented concerning the key themes from the discussion that occurred during the meeting and select ideas captured in the comments and interviews obtained after the meeting from the panel of experts. Other related source material from the Forum is also provided in the appendices to this report.
Table of ContentsAbstact. 1) Protocols. 2) Prologue. 3) Introduction to the Form. 4) BraIN Health in a Brain-based Economy. 5) Re-thinking Mental Illnesses and Brain Research in a Brain Economy. 6) Finding a Cure for Major Mental Illness: Is this a Reality of a Pipe Dream? 7) Breakthroughs in Treating Mental Health Disorders: Historic Beginnings of Personalized Medicine. 8) Forging a New Era of Collaboration. 9) Comments and Ideas from Forum Discussants. 10) Epilogue. 11) Appendices concerning: The Forum Sponsor (Appendix A); the Forum Host and Report Sponsor (Appendix B); the Full Roster of the Invited Presenters, Discussants and Members of the Executive Panel (Appendix C); Brief Review of the Four Previous US/Canada Forums on Mental Health and Productivity (Appendix D); and Highlights of the 2011 Final Report from the Roundtable (Appendix E).
Description82-page conference proceedings.
CitationMental Health International. (2014). The 5th US/Canada forum on mental health and productivity: Reference report of presentations and proceedings. White Paper (82 pages). Authors: Attridge, M., Lackey, H., McIntyre, R., Ricciuti, J., & Wilkerson, B. Toronto, ON.
Series/Report No.US/Canada Forum on Mental Health and Productivity;5
SponsorsMental Health International. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC). Lundbeck.
Keywordworkplace mental health
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