This report uses administrative records from health services, an inventory of available mental health and addiction services, and experiences of patients, families and front-line mental health workers to understand. This information was used to create a more holistic picture of the reality of mental health and addiction care in Saskatchewan.
This project was conducted under the Canadian Institutes of Health Research’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research. It’s designed to foster innovative evidence-based approaches to managing health issues by opening up traditional research teams to include patients and others as equal members.
• Technical Appendix for Hearing the Patient Voice: Improving Health Care for People with Complex Mental Health Disorders in Saskatoon
• High-Cost Health Care Use in Saskatchewan: A Picture of Mental HealthDownload