Videos

Developmental Transitions

Brianno Di Rezze
Occupational Therapist
Assistant Professor in the School of Rehabilitation Science
CanChild Scientist at McMaster University

As part of the Youth to Adult Transitions project, Dr. Briano Di Rezze discusses a literature review that evaluates health service delivered therapies or programs targeting areas of adult role development for youth with mental health disorders.

Economics & Transitions

Chris Longo
Associate Professor
Health Policy and Management

Dr. Christopher Longo discusses a literature review that aimed to identify the additional costs associated with youth transitioning into adult mental health services as part of the Youth to Adult Transitions project.

Youth to Adult Transitions Project Overview

Glen Randall
Associate Professor
Chair of the Health Policy and Management Area

Dr. Glen Randall provides an overview of the research project “Enhancing Health System Performance and Patient-Centred Care: Youth to Adult Transitions in Health Care – The Case of Mental Health Services in Ontario”

Information Technology & Transitions

Neil Barr
PhD student, Health Policy

Neil Barr, a PhD candidate at McMaster University, discusses a literature review that aimed to identify how information technology can support the transition from child to adult mental health services as a part of the Youth to Adult Transitions project.

Peer Support & Transitions

Pat Wakefield
Associate Professor of Health Policy and Management
Director of McMaster’s Master of Health Management program

Dr. Patricia Wakefield discusses a literature review that was designed to identify how peer support is being used to assist youth as they transition between child and adult mental health services as part of the Youth to Adult Transitions project.

Models of Care in Transitions

Tram Nguyen
PhD Candidate in the Rehabilitation Science program

Tram Nguyen, a PhD candidate at McMaster University, discusses a literature review that examines different models of care used in guiding child to adult mental health service transitions as part of the Youth to Adult Transitions project.

Effectiveness of Health Services & Programs in Transitions

Mark Embrett
Health Policy Analyst and Instructor
Doctoral Candidate
Health Policy Researcher

Mark Embrett, a PhD candidate at McMaster University, discusses a literature review that examined existing health system services and specialized transition programs as part of the Youth to Adult Transitions project.

Philosophies of Care

Gillian Mulvale
Assistant Professor
Health Policy and Management

Dr. Gillian Mulvale discusses a literature review that aimed to understand how care philosophies influence the delivery of child vs. adult mental health services as part of the Youth to Adult Transitions project.

This project was funded by the Government of Ontario through a Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Health System Research Fund grant entitled 'Harnessing Evidence and Values for Health System Excellence.' The views expressed on this website are the views of the research team and should not be taken to represent the views of the Government of Ontario.

 

Contact Information

Glen E. Randall CHE, BA, MA, MBA, PhD
Health Policy and Management
DeGroote School of Business
McMaster University 1280 Main Street West,
Hamilton, Ontario L8S 4M4

Phone: (905)525-9140 x26191
E-mail: randalg@mcmaster.ca