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Project IN4M: Literature Review and Environmental Scan

December 24, 2010

Project IN4M is a multi-sectoral project managed by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in association with the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC). This collaborative initiative proposes to explore the feasibility of taking needs-based human resources planning from theory to practice in the mental health domain. The MHCC sees a need for a predictive tool that would supplement its research agenda. Project IN4M is designed to produce a human resources planning tool that will be robust over time, across jurisdictions and across major diagnostic categories. The predictive tool would give governments, service providers and the public a better picture of what is needed in terms of human resource capacity for both formal and informal care-giving (including peer support and peer workers) to address the demand, both now and in the future, for mental health services.

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