Event Title: The World’s Best Athletes and Beyond: Design, Delivery and Evaluation of a Community-Based Mental Skills Training Programme

Event Description: Join us for this month’s trauma- and violence-informed landscape of practice meeting where we’ll hear from Dr. GraceTidmarsh. Dr. Grace Tidmarsh is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham whose expertise lies in process evaluations and translating sport psychology to complex community settings.

For the first 30 minutes of this meeting, Dr. Tidmarsh will present on her work designing, delivering and evaluating a community-based mental skills training programme. After the presentation, there will be an opportunity for questions and discussion.

The final 20 minutes will be devoted to breakout discussions for each community of practice to meet.

Please note, the first half of this event will be recorded.

Date: April 26, 2024

Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM (ET)

Location: Zoom

Register here: https://carleton-ca.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwtcuuhqzkiG9fQfYXK3fyf1SR9e10ELjmx#/registration 

What is a Landscape of Practice? LoPs are diverse groups of people interested in the same thing, in this case, TVIPA. LoPs are made up of communities of practice (CoPs), which are smaller groups of people who engage in TVIPA in the same way. For example, this LoP will be made up of three CoPs: Community Advisory Board members, TVIPA researchers, and physical activity practitioners interested in TVIPA.

What does being involved in the LoP look like? The LoP will be invited to attend monthly presentations and discussions on TVIPA. Following each LoP meeting, CoPs will have the opportunity to meet for discussions tailored to their interests.

Interested in learning more? If you are interested in being a member of the LoP or would like more information please contact Gabby Gonzalez Montaner (gabby.gonzalezmontaner@carleton.ca).