Welcome to the discussion forum hosted on EENet Connect!
The discussion forum allows you to connect with other professionals across Ontario and Canada. EENet Connect is an online community where stakeholders from across Ontario can connect with each other, share knowledge and collaborate more effectively. More than 13,000 members from the mental health and addictions sector are already using the site.
Here are five steps on how to join EENet Connect:
Get started: Visit www.eenetconnect.ca and register to join this online community where over 13,000 people interested in mental health and addictions go to share knowledge and collaborate – this is where the Cannabis forum is housed. Once you’ve registered, you’ll get a verification e-mail from the site administrators. As soon as you verify your email address you will be granted access and you can start to set up a profile!
Find the Cannabis Knowledge Exchange Hub forum: Once you’ve logged in, click on “Forums” in the main menu and select “Cannabis Knowledge Exchange Hub.” You can also access the cannabis forum directly.
Have your say: Once you’ve entered the forum, you can join a conversation thread by clicking on it. Scroll down, click “Post Reply” and start typing! You can also post a new topic of your own. Ask questions of fellow members or let others know what you’re working on. Simply click the big green “Post” button near the upper right corner of any page and select “Topic.” Make sure you’ve selected Cannabis Knowledge Exchange Hub from the drop-down menu before you publish.
Make it personal: Visit your profile page via the upper-right corner of any page of the site to personalize your experience. By virtue of participating in the Cannabis Knowledge Exchange Hub forum, you are also part of the broader EENet Connect community. Make sure to set your notification preference so that you receive automatic e-mails only about the new content you’re interested in.
Come back soon: EENet Connect is an online community by you and for you. Visit as often as you like – Members want to hear from you! Post a comment or question today. Get connected and help shape our community.