STUDENT LIFE OPPORTUNITIES

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RECRUITING NURSING STUDENTS FOR INDIGENOUS HEALTH PROFESSIONS PROGRAM’S ELECTRONIC TUTORING AND MENTORSHIP (ETM) INITIATIVE

September 13, 2020

Dear Nursing Students,


Are you interested in educational accessibility, health professions education, and Indigenous 

health? The electronic Tutoring and Mentoring (eTM) initiative of the Indigenous Health Professions Program is now recruiting mentors! 


What is eTM? 

The eTM initiative is aimed specifically at offering academic help and advice about university 

programs in the health professions to Indigenous students in high school, CEGEP or undergraduate studies who reside in geographically remote locations, or for whom e-tutoring and e-mentoring may otherwise be 

relevant. 

What are e-tutors/e-mentors? As an eTM: 

• You would be connected electronically to an Indigenous student interested in the health professions 

• You would mentor them and offer advice about future university studies in health 

• You would tutor them electronically, in the topic of their science-related courses. 


The volunteering experience is online (therefore from the convenience of your home), flexible, time-manageable, and most importantly: incredibly rewarding.  


To apply, please fill out this form: https://forms.gle/bLhJ2RJvi7Z4m8Rn9

  

Due Date: September 27, 2020


For more information on the eTM initiative, click here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yCCm7hUBQn1V7v-K6iMOntvNdtOSrhKY/view?usp=sharing 


If you have any questions, contact us at: etm-ihpp.med@mcgill.ca 

MCGILL COLLABORATIVE MENTAL HEALTHCARE FALL 2020 CORE MEMBERSHIP RECRUITMENT

September 13, 2020

The McGill Student Association for Collaborative Mental Healthcare (CMH) is currently recruiting new core group members! Applications for the following exec positions are due Sunday, September 20th at 11:59pm. We ask that interested applicants fill out the following application form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfrBL9lVeb-FMqcvyAybkZ5X29OHTTa-DJOTZlYo0XK-0TCgg/viewform

What is CMH and why should I join? 

CMH is a unique space for future mental healthcare workers and researchers to come together 2 evenings per month. Exec members meet an additional 2 evenings per month to organize events and core group meetings. Collaborative learning is encouraged via interdisciplinary case studies, popular media & article discussions and workshops led by guest partners and students. CMH topics include: efficacy and development of interdisciplinary professional networks in mental healthcare, current collaborative care models, cultural competency, client -oriented approaches, integration of mental health interventions from various fields -and many other exciting topics! CMH allows for a non-hierarchical space in which McGill students and community members gather to generate future research questions, develop clinical skills and establish long-lasting interprofessional networks. CMH provides valuable educational, community networking and mental health advocacy experiences for students from both graduate and undergraduate programs with interests in clinical and research aspects of mental healthcare. CMH is a great opportunity to meet like-minded students, network, and learn more about different perspectives in the healthcare field. 

Core Member Description

·         To attend a 2-hour core member meeting every 2 weeks and participate in workshops, guest speaker-led discussions about topics relevant to mental healthcare

·         To attend CMH community events (panel, conference)

·         If interested, can contribute to CMH event organization and special project development

Selection Criteria:

Interest and/or experience in mental healthcare, interest in interdisciplinary collaboration

You can find out more about CMH by checking out our website http://cmhmcgill.wixsite.com/collaborative/about or Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/837702269693792/?ref=br_rs


If you have any questions, please email us at: mcgillcmh@gmail.com

 

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