Reducing Substance Misuse and Mental Health Problems
On Post-Secondary Campuses:
Novel Perspectives & Gender-Based Approaches

October 14 – 15, 2016

Toronto Airport Marriott Hotel

A Movember funded Mental Health Forum from the Caring Campus Project, Queen’s University, the University of Calgary, and Dalhousie University

The forum will bring together policy makers, health and wellness service providers, student leaders, post-secondary representatives, and other stakeholders, to dialogue and share approaches to promote mental health and safe drinking behaviours on post-secondary campuses. The forum will focus particularly on:

– Gendered approaches
– Engaging students
– Novel approaches

Registration costs
Early bird (By September 12th)
Students: $70.00

Non-students: $160.00

After September 12th
Students: $100.00

Non-students: $200.00

Register Now!

Please book your room at the Toronto Airport Marriott at a reduced rate using this link.


Dr. Michael Kaufman

Author, Cofounder of the White Ribbon Campaign. Speaking on masculinity, substance use, and mental health on Canadian campuses


Dr. Lorraine Greaves

UBC, Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health. Speaking on Gender-transformative public health applied to substance use and mental health


Joe Ehrmann

Former NFL’er, Cofounder of Building Men and Women for Others, National Fatherhood Initiative’s Man of the Year award winner. Speaking on healthy and unhealthy masculinities and their cultural roots and implications.

Jesse Hayman

Jesse Hayman

Director of Men’s Health Promotion – The Movember Foundation.
Speaking on the journey of the Movember Foundation and its vision of ensuring men live happier, healthier and longer lives.