Help identify priorities for knowledge mobilization: Putting evidence into action for mental health and addictions

We need your input to identify priorities for moving evidence into action across Ontario’s mental health and addictions system. You and your networks are invited to complete a brief survey to inform PSSP's strategic priorities for knowledge mobilization.

The Sharing Together initiative is led by the Provincial System Support Program at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). Sharing Together is designed to identify knowledge sharing gaps and strategic priorities across the mental health, substance use and addictions landscape. Our teams work to bridge these gaps using diverse, innovative and equity-centred knowledge mobilization approaches.

This survey invites you to share information, perspectives and insights that respond to urgent needs and opportunities for moving evidence into action. Together, we can help develop and maintain high quality, sustainable and compassionate mental health systems for individuals, families and communities across Ontario and beyond.

The survey will take approximately 20 -25 minutes to complete.

All survey participants will have the option to be entered into a raffle where they could win one of two $100 gift certificates. The first 100 participants will be eligible to win an additional prize of a $200 VISA/MasterCard gift card.

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Who can contribute to this survey?

The survey aims to gather data from individuals with diverse experience of and/or expertise about mental health, addictions and substance use. If you have lived experience, work/practical experience and/or specialized education-and-training, we are eager for your input.

Complete this survey by February 6, 2023:

Consent and confidentiality

Completion of the survey is voluntary. All survey data will be anonymized prior to data analysis. Findings will be presented in summary form only, and individual responses will never be made public.

You can access more information about Sharing Together by reading the information sheet, or visiting If you have any questions about how data will be used, please contact

Please note that a French version of this survey is also available now.

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