BP-Net is accepting applications from staff, faculty, and students from Canadian post-secondary campuses with expertise in post-secondary mental health. Apply now!
WHO CAN SERVE AS A REVIEWER?
Staff (e.g., service provider, student life professional/administrator, health promoter, etc.), faculty, or students with expertise and/or lived experience in areas related to post-secondary mental health can serve as reviewers.
In particular, we are interested in individuals with expertise including, but not limited to, one or more of the following areas:
- Digital Health & Telemedicine
- Emerging Adults
- Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
- Health Promotion
- Healthy Campus
- Indigenous Health
- Institutional Assessment
- Lived Experience
- Mental Health
- Mental Health Interventions
- Post-Secondary Mental Health
- Program Evaluation
- Public Health
- Service Delivery Models
- Strategy Development & Implementation
- Student Affairs
- Student Life
- Teaching Practices
WHAT IS THE TIME COMMITMENT?
Reviewers are matched with submissions in their stated areas of expertise during the biannual review periods (fall and spring). Depending on reviewer availability, review of a single submission requires approximately 2 hours.
HOW CAN I APPLY?
Individuals interested in serving as a reviewer are asked to complete a brief Reviewer Application Form.
REVIEWER TRAINING & RESOURCES
To assist reviewers, BP-Net has developed the following training video outlining the review process and criteria.
In addition, reviewers will be provided with the following resources to assist their review of submissions:
- Reviewer forms for the best practice continuum and the Indigenous-specific practices tracks (as applicable)
- Best Practices Guide