Project Insights: 2021-22 Mental Health Care Delivery on Campus 2021-22

Written by Marcus Lomboy (Senior Research Assistant), Tiffany Lee , Christopher Simpson, Isabel Bowman & Maliha Sarwar (Design Research Assistant)

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Mental health is a complex issue. And designing a service that effectively meets the needs of a diverse student body is an equally wicked problem. In an effort to better understand the experiences of students accessing campus mental health supports, the Innovation Hub partnered with Health & Wellness (H&W) at the University of Toronto (U of T). The partnership began over the summer of 2021 over a series of group co-creation sessions. Continuing into the 2021-2022 fall and winter terms, we continued the co-design process by reaching out to students who accessed same-day appointments. 

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What’s Your Why: Prioritizing Perspectives

This blog post is the third installment of What’s Your Why, a new blog series aimed at highlighting the importance of connecting back to the “why” that drives you and the work you are involved in. This week we will be featuring the story of our Writer & Editor, Spencer, who shares his experience supporting the research we do at the Innovation Hub. 

The Writer & Editor at the Innovation Hub communicates the insights from our project-specific work in our final reports to our partners and the broader U of T community in an easy-to-understand, accessible format. 

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Written By: Spencer Ki, Writer & Editor