Youth Substance Use Advisory Council
Co-Leads: Nick Harris, PhD, Lisa Bishop, PhD
Rural Access & Telehealth Advisory Council
Co-Leads: Bruce Hollett, MD; Igor Yakovenko, PhD
Concurrent Disorders Advisory Council
Co-Leads: Phil Tibbo, PhD; Pamela Arenella MD
PWLLE Working Group
Co-Leads: Gerard Yetman; Natasha Touesnard
Indigenous Working Group
Co-Leads: Renee Masching, MSW; Daphne Hutt McLeod, MA
Advisor: Amy Bombay, PhD
Sex and Gender Working Group
Co-Leads: Niki Kiepek, PhD; Jacqueline Gahagan, PhD
With feedback from CRISM Atlantic members three areas were identified as important with respect to primary service needs and related research focus: Concurrent Disorders; Youth Substance Use; and Rural Access and Telehealth. To guide work in these areas, three Working Groups (WG) have been created. WGs will be responsible to help identify, support and monitor research projects, fully or partially funded, through WG funds.
CRISM Atlantic members identified three population-specific areas of importance: PWLLE; Indigenous Peoples; and Rural Access & Telehealth. To guide work within these areas, Advisory Councils (AC) were created. ACs will be responsible to inform the WG research projects to ensure projects are designed, conducted and that information is shared in a way that considers the population-specific areas.
We invite you to BECOME A MEMBER, or if you are a member, consider TAKING ON A ROLE within our identified research theme working groups and priority population advisory councils.
We ask that you provide us with a brief statement (up to 250 words) on why you are interested and the Advisory Council and/or Working Group of interest to you.
Feel free to include a statement or document about your related expertise and/or recent CV.
Send your information and any questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org by August 25th, 2023.