Annual Conference 2022
On Friday, June 24th, we held the EPI-SET Annual Conference 2022. We heard from speakers across all areas of the project, discussing data, challenges and successes, as well as upcoming plans/future directions. Click below to watch the presentations!
The first ever NAVIGATE International Conference will be taking place virtually in May 2022. This conference will bring together the experiences of NAVIGATE teams in the USA, Israel, Canada, and China.
Day 1: Tuesday, May 10, 2022 from 9AM - 11AM EST
Day 2: Tuesday, May 17, 2022 from 9AM - 11AM EST
Click the watch the conference recordings!
NAVIGATE International Conference 2022
Given that EPI services have rapidly transitioned to virtual care with little evidence to guide virtual delivery of EPI, a group from CAMH with many members from the EPI-SET team, including youth and family advisors, have been studying the implementation of NAVIGATE delivered virtually ("e-NAVIGATE").
The e-NAVIGATE team held their first annual meeting in February 2022 to share successes over the past year, including:
Analyzing responses from Qualitative Interviews with patients and family members to learn more about their experiences of receiving virtual care;
Analyzing responses from a Focus Group with clinicians to understand their experiences of delivering virtual care;
Exploring facilitators and barriers associated with delivering virtual care through the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR) Interviews;
Sharing results from fidelity assessments, which examined adherence to EPI standards following the transition to virtual care compared with in-person delivery;
Examining data from the Virtual Client Experience Surveys and Virtual Provider Experience Surveys to understand the overall satisfaction and acceptability of virtual care; and
Extracting data from electronic medical records to examine the factors that affect service engagement, including healthy equity factors, within a virtual setting.
The study team is continuing to develop knowledge translation strategies, which will include conference presentations, informational webinars for patients, families, and providers, and a manual outlining how to deliver NAVIGATE virtually.
Study results will be prepared over the next several months to publish in peer-reviewed journals.
Adapting NAVIGATE for Bipolar Disorder
We are working with CAMH Education specialists to adapt NAVIGATE for Bipolar Disorder.