Training

Best Practices in Suicide Intervention – Nunavik Version

Person in charge:
Jean-Philippe Lefebvre-Louis
training.pp@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

A 4-day training session for frontline workers responsible for carrying out suicide prevention interventions.

It is particularly attentive to Nunavik’s realities and focusses on cultural safety. It allows interveners to share and learn from collective experiences and better understand Nunavimmiut facing suicidal thoughts.

Through case studies and role-play, participants will develop skills to engage and properly assess the risk for suicide, skills to focus on strengths and restoring hope as well as skills to organize and provide appropriate follow-ups.

Please register by email at:
training.pp@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

Next sessions in 2019:
Kuujjuaq, Oct. 1-4, 2019
Puvirnituq, Oct. 8-11, 2019
Kuujjuaq, Nov. 26-29, 2019

 

Continuous training LPP/ P-38.001 (Act respecting the protection of persons whose mental state presents a danger to themselves or to others)

Person in charge:
Laurence Millette, agente en santé mentale à la RRSSSN
819-964-2222 x 287
laurence.millette@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

Training for all workers.

Subscription via Google Form.
Lunch-and-learn conferences will be available by visio conference and telephone conference (according to preference).

Next training:
On a monthly basis – detailed calendar to follow

 

Introduction to protective confinement, what you need to know

Person in charge:
Laurence Millette, Mental Health Planning Officer, NRBHSS
819-964-2222 x 287
laurence.millette@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

Training for all front-line workers.

A recorded version of the training is available in your organization’s network (ask the contact person of your organization for more information).

Next session:
February 2020 (dates to be confirmed)

 

Introduction to protective confinement for physicians, what you need to know

Person in charge :
Laurence Millette, Mental Health Planning Officer, NRBHSS
819-964-2222 x 287
laurence.millette@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

Training for physicians.

A recorded version of the training is available on your organization’s network (ask the contact person of your organization for more information).

Next session:
February 2020 (dates to be confirmed)

 

Contact person by organization

IHC:
Maxime Labrecque, PLA and Mental Health responsible
maxime.labrecque.csi@ssss.gouv.qc.ca
819-988-2957

UTHC:
Nathalie Boulanger, DSP
nathalie.boulanger@ssss.gouv.qc.ca
819-964-2905

Continuous training LPP/ P-38.001 :
Jean-Frédéric Bécu, psychologist
Jean-frederic.becu@ssss.gouv.qc.ca
Clinical counselor - UTHC: Sarah Marquis
Sarah.Marquis.uthc@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

Pre-North Training

Person in charge:
Natalie Laviolette, RRSSSN
Natalie.Laviolette@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

3-day training about the following topics :

  • Introduction to Inuit culture
  • Adaptation and intercultural communication
  • Living and working in Nunavik

This training is destined to new employees of the Nunavik health and social services network (in priority); to employees who did not get the opportunity to undertake the training prior to their departure to Nunavik; and to the network’s collaborators.

Subscription via the Human Resources of the three organizations (IHC, UTHC, NRBHSS), who have to transmit the subscriptions to:
natalie.laviolette@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

Next training:
Available every two weeks.

Extended-role training

Person in charge:
NRBHSS: Evelyne Thibault
Evelyne_Thibault@ssss.gouv.qc.ca
IHC: Linda Godin, DSI
UTHC: Dominic Pelland, DSI

Training about nursing practices in remote and isolated regions

Subscription upon authorization of the DSI of your organization

Next training:
According to the schedule of the service provider.