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Continue to evolve towards a person and family-centered community-based shared service delivery model, while enhancing our education and research capabilities, through:

  • Ensuring a successful transition to CBME
  • Progressing the development of a community-based shared-care program, including collaborative and shared care, with solutions to access and flow problems, more effective lines of comunication to community organizations, and increase GP comfort levels with managing stable cases
  • More effectively monitoring the patient's journey through the system, satisfaction levels, reducing chronic and acute waiting lists
  • Finalizing and implementing the partnership and practice plan
  • Participating effectively in the LHIN redesign
  • Ensuring an effective leadership succession within the Department

Queen's Department of Psychiatry is nationally respected as a model of high quality collaborative, person and family-centered mental health care services, education and research:

  • With our community partners, we provide outstanding, integrated mental health care services for people with mental disorders in South Eastern Ontario, across their life span
  • We are known by students and educators to provide an exemplary competency-based, clinical education
  • We are innovative, having a strong, collaborative clinical research program, with areas that earn international acclaim
  • We work in a collegial, collaborative manner across Divisions and Services to achieve our goals and provide career opportunities
  • We are a partner and an advocate for the rights and improved quality of life for people with mental disorders
  • We are valued for our knowledge and leadership by the communities we serve, Queen's, and our service delivery partners