Developing a Framework for a Mental Health Strategy for Canada was a project started by the Mental Health Commission of Canada that took place from June 2008 until September 2009. The goal of the project was to increase awareness of the issue of mental health to the nation and to create and frame an official strategy for the country of Canada to adhere to, in order to properly address the issue as a unified nation.
In June, MASS LBP completed its largest project to date, a lengthy engagement process to help the Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) determine priorities for $1.8 billion in annual health care spending.
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This case study features the Patient and Client Council (PCC), a publicly funded organization run by a 16-member management board under the Health and Socila Care (Reform) Act passed in Northern Ireland in 2009. The PCC aims to improve the involvement of health and social care services in public policy-making processes.