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Identification of Suicidal Ideation in the Canadian Community Health Survey—Mental Health Component Using Deep Learning

Sneha Desai, Myriam Tanguay-Sela, David Benrimoh, Robert Fratila, Eleanor Brown, Kelly Perlman, Ann John, Marcos DelPozo-Banos, Nancy Low, Sonia Israel, Lisa Palladini, Gustavo Turecki
2021 Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence  
An automated screening system for SI could help prompt clinicians to be more attentive to patients at risk for suicide.Methods: Using the Canadian Community Health SurveyMental Health Component, we trained  ...  Deep Learning (DL) may be a useful tool in this context, as it can be used to find patterns in complex, heterogeneous, and incomplete datasets.  ...  MATERIALS AND METHODS Dataset The Canadian Community Health Survey-Mental Health Component is a publicly available database provided by Statistics Canada.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frai.2021.561528 pmid:34250463 pmcid:PMC8264793 fatcat:cmizx6ggefa2fo5ar76p6mjhve

Prediction of Suicidal Ideation in the Canadian Community Health Survey - Mental Health Component Using Deep Learning [article]

Sneha Desai, Myriam Tanguay-Sela, David Benrimoh, Robert Fratila, Eleanor Brown, Kelly Perlman, Ann John, Marcos DelPozo-Banos, Nancy Low, Sonia Israel, Lisa Palladini, Gustavo Turecki
2019 medRxiv   pre-print
Methods: Using the Canadian Community Health Survey - Mental Health Component, we trained a DL model based on 23,859 survey responses to predict lifetime SI on an individual patient basis.  ...  Deep Learning (DL) may be a useful tool in this context, as it can be used to find patterns in complex, heterogeneous, and incomplete psychiatric datasets.  ...  Methods Dataset The Canadian Community Health Survey -Mental Health Component data was collected in 2012 cross-sectionally for 25,113 people of ages 15 and over living in the ten provinces of Canada.  ... 
doi:10.1101/19010413 fatcat:e5lu6wrr5vbjdnormtjvmqzg7e

The Canadian Coalition for Seniors' Mental Health (CCSMH) and Canadian Academy of Geriatric Psychiatry (CAGP) Joint Scientific Meeting

Various Authors
2014 Canadian Geriatrics Journal  
In addition to his professional activities, Dr. Goldbloom is the immediate past Chair of the Board of Governors of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival of Canada. Learning Objectives: 1.  ...  He maintains an active clinical and teaching role at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health where he serves as Senior Medical Advisor. He is also Chair of the Mental Health Commission of Canada.  ...  Participants will learn about overlap between the con- structs of suicide ideation and the desire to hasten death as it impacts the aging Canadian population. 3.  ... 
doi:10.5770/cgj.17.169 pmid:25448798 pmcid:PMC4244130 fatcat:kummkwf42fdrpiig5ohtaxmut4

An Online Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Intervention for Youth Diagnosed With Major Depressive Disorders: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial

Paul Ritvo, Zafiris J Daskalakis, George Tomlinson, Arun Ravindran, Renee Linklater, Megan Kirk Chang, Yuliya Knyahnytska, Jonathan Lee, Nazanin Alavi, Shari Bai, Lillian Harber, Tania Jain (+1 others)
2019 JMIR Research Protocols  
use disorder in the past 3 months, or who demonstrate clinically significant suicidal ideation defined as imminent intent, or who have attempted suicide in the past 6 months; and (3) individuals with  ...  for suicidal ideation and death by suicide.  ...  Suicide Rates of suicide and suicidal ideation are high in some First Nations communities and even higher in some Inuit communities.  ... 
doi:10.2196/11591 pmid:31359869 pmcid:PMC6690226 fatcat:q33tsgm3qvgbtoy6d2esrkixja


2011 Healthcare Quarterly  
Acknowledgements This project was made possible by funding contributions from the Champlain Local Health Integration Network and the Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health.  ...  Acknowledgements We gratefully acknowledge the support of the National Crime Prevention Strategy, the Networks of Centres of Excellence and SAMHSA in the preparation of this review article.  ...  A 2009 survey of Ontario CASs found that only 55% endorsed using some form of structured screening tool in the identification of mental health needs of children and youth in their care -and there was significant  ... 
doi:10.12927/hcq.2011.22507 fatcat:2vxwfvxurbelji4we2plp66lcy

The Eight Ujarait (Rocks) Model: Supporting Inuit Adolescent Mental Health With an Intervention Model Based on Inuit Ways of Knowing

Gwen Katheryn Healey, Jennifer Noah, Ceporah Mearns
2016 International Journal of Indigenous Health  
<strong>Conclusion: </strong>Evidence-based, community-driven models for youth mental health interventions in the North hold promise.  ...  <p><strong>Objective: </strong>This study responded to a community-identified need to form an evidence base for interventions to promote mental health and wellness among youth in Nunavut.  ...  In the 2007-2008 Inuit Health Survey, 48% of respondents reported having thought seriously about suicide at some point in their lives, and 14% of respondents reported recent suicidal ideation (Galloway  ... 
doi:10.18357/ijih111201614394 fatcat:zdv6ixlhjjfr3d3jgmlfqnbtua

Code red: Towards authentic transformational leadership of emergency management

Denis HJ Caro
2015 Journal of Hospital Administration  
Using a key informant approach and a semi-structured confidential questionnaire, the perspectives of 103 emergency, health care and technological leaders of diverse professional backgrounds on the challenges  ...  The implications for hospital and health care administrators are also presented.  ...  He would also like to especially thank the Canadian College of Health Leaders, the Association of Fire Chiefs of Canada, the Association of Social Workers of Canada and the Canadian Information Processing  ... 
doi:10.5430/jha.v4n5p67 fatcat:35vil3calbcfbghkzc7rdwt57u

Managing suicidality in schizophrenia

David C Mamo
2007 Canadian journal of psychiatry  
The primary objective of this review article is to provide a coherent, systematic synthesis of the literature on the management of suicidality in schizophrenia that is relevant to the front-line clinician  ...  I used my own clinical experience to create fictional case examples to illustrate the applicability of the literature discussed in this paper.  ...  This is supported by the results of a national survey in the United Kingdom of completed suicide with 12 months of contact with mental health services, which showed that mental health staff underestimated  ... 
pmid:17824353 fatcat:tsazrys65fctjhl6ry5ts4vbm4

The Use of Mobile Applications to Support Indigenous Youth Wellbeing in Canada

Noella Noronha, Savanah J. Smith, Dawn Martin Hill, Lori Davis Hill, Sara Smith, Amy General, Cynthia McQueen, Makaśa Looking Horse, Alexander Drossos, Cynthia Lokker, Nicole M. Bilodeau, Christine Wekerle
2021 International journal of child and adolescent resilience  
As people of the land, all disruptions to ecological health are a disruption to personal and community holistic health.  ...  It is timely to review the extant literature on mental health apps with Indigenous youth as, currently, Indigenous apps are in early research stages.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to acknowledge Ms. Katherine Kim for her assistance in organizing meetings for writing, reviewing and editing this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.7202/1077724ar fatcat:wueh6gxsvvc5xplevj72c2d3sy

Canadian Academy of Geriatric Psychiatry (CAGP) 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting Book of Abstracts

Various Authors
2018 Canadian Geriatrics Journal  
activity 2. social activity, 3. engaging in lifelong learning, 4. taking care of our mental health, 5. changing how we think about aging.  ...  The Fountain of Health (FoH) Initiative for optimal aging is a unique Canadian strategy that demonstrates positive psychiatry in action.  ...  Burhan, Akshya Vasudev, Tony O'Regan, Cheryl Forchuk, TELEPROM-G study group Background: With the growing health and mental health needs of Canadian seniors, current models of community based care is running  ... 
doi:10.5770/cgj.21.320 fatcat:skhsiuo3b5fttmfz26ovs4keqm


Chelsea Ohlmann, Janelle Kwee, Robert Lees
2014 International Journal of Child, Youth & Family Studies  
In the Alive group, at-risk high school students, 15 to 18 years of age, learned to support each other, became literate in mental health issues, and created and performed presentations on suicide prevention  ...  Adolescents' experiences in a grassroots, school-based suicide prevention education group in British Columbia, Canada, were investigated in response to anecdotal observations of the group's strong positive  ...  After learning about various mental health disorders and the connection between mental illness and suicide, the group members decided to focus on suicide prevention.  ... 
doi:10.18357/ijcyfs.ohlmannc.512014 fatcat:ou6qkj3atzhttgxthci3eaqaxa

E-Poster Presentations

2020 European psychiatry  
In a second step, a retrospective assessment of diagnostic criteria (DSM-5) was undertaken by using entries on the HCIS software.  ...  Conflict of interest: Introduction: Delusional disorder has been considered an uncommon mental illness with an estimated prevalence of 24 to 30 cases and an annual incidence of 0.7 to 3 cases per 100.000  ...  impact of learning disabilities in the mental health of children and adolescents.  ... 
doi:10.1192/j.eurpsy.2020.5 fatcat:vslfruegm5f2jc5dl6hu6gqnom

The Process, Outcomes, and Challenges of Feasibility Studies Conducted in Partnership With Stakeholders: A Health Intervention for Women Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence

Judith Wuest, Marilyn Merritt-Gray, Norma Dubé, Marilyn J. Hodgins, Jeannie Malcolm, Jo Ann Majerovich, Kelly Scott-Storey, Marilyn Ford-Gilboe, Colleen Varcoe
2015 Research in Nursing and Health  
We began to address these gaps in knowledge in a feasibility study of a health intervention for women survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV) conducted in partnership with policy, community and practitioner  ...  Our findings show the importance of examining elements of feasibility for complex community-based health interventions as a basis for determining whether controlled intervention efficacy testing is justified  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to the New Brunswick women, communities, and domestic violence outreach programs that supported this research.  ... 
doi:10.1002/nur.21636 pmid:25594917 pmcid:PMC4305208 fatcat:yrciwwubpzfghcwysi5wmkn6hm

Power of Connections: How a Novel Canadian Men's Wellness Program is Improving the Health and Well-Being of Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Men

Iloradanon Efimoff, Lyana Patrick, Viviane Josewski, Paul Gross, Sandy Lambert, Victoria Smye
2021 International Indigenous Policy Journal  
We focus on men's experiences with the DUDES Club to identify four main themes in the data: brotherhood and community, accessible health care information, disrupting colonial constructions of masculinity  ...  Since 2017, the DUDES Club has rapidly expanded in Northern BC and, with the help of a partnership with the First Nations Health Authority, has grown to include 40 sites in British Columbia and 2 sites  ...  Richard Johnson co-founded the DUDES Club and was an outreach worker for the Positive Outlook Program at Vancouver Native Health Society.  ... 
doi:10.18584/iipj.2021.12.2.10896 fatcat:o37kfoj4dndircqv6j6mvz44u4

Language and Culture as Protective Factors for At-Risk Communities

Onowa McIvor, Art Napoleon, Kerissa M. Dickie
2013 International Journal of Indigenous Health  
Although much literature exists on various topics related to culture, language and health, the specific focus of this paper was studying the effects of the use of language and culture on the health of  ...  A comprehensive review and analysis of the literature related to the role of Indigenous language and culture in maintaining and improving the health as well as reducing the risk factors for health problems  ...  in Canadian First Nations communities.  ... 
doi:10.18357/ijih51200912327 fatcat:q2hkvkl7izddxinkqjqhaw7cma
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