In Attendance: Eva Serhal, Sanjeev Sockalingam, Chelsi Major, Jasmyn Cunningham, Sarah Bromley, Harriet Eastman, Milena Gosk
Sanjeev → Follow up with Steering Committee re: project co-leads [Done] and where the recommendations role might come from.
Sanjeev → Follow up with George re: accreditation
Christine → Connect with ECHO ONMH team to identify what the sites need in terms of IT to participate actively, whether at their desk or with their group
Sarah → Start identifying potential high yield skills in modules that could be used to inform curriculum topics.
Project deliverables – address both key grant and ECHO ONMH MOHLTC requirements. Alignment with the MOHLTC deliverables may allow us to seek MOHLTC funding through ECHO ONMH at a later date (particularly as part of project sustainability)
Curriculum development will start with a needs assessment that uses expert consensus and participant validation to inform the subsequent steps (i.e., topic identification, order, and presenters; learning objectives; content development). Expert consensus will begin as early as our next meeting.
Curriculum presenters can be guests
Knowledge change will be assessed via self-report, given that the first cycle (July 2019 – March 2020) only has 9 sessions.
Team structure and governance – the general structure looks good, but until we know who will be coleading with Sanjeev (administrative and planning oversight and decision making), we can’t confirm the structure and governance
Start date – July 23 or 30? Deferred to next meeting.
Recommendations role – each session, a member of the team records the recommendations given in the session to the case presenter. This will be an action item for next meeting.