Table 4

Anticipated deliverables from the scoping review

Framework of potential strategies according to the domain of well-being and level of engagement requiredYouth, family members, healthcare providers, researchers, advocacy councils and policy makersPublish in relevant journals; disseminate at relevant academic meetings; presentation at grand rounds.
A bibliography of articles that describe how to conduct strategies to mitigate impactYouth, family members, healthcare providers, researchers, advocacy councils, policy makers and fundersPrepare a summary report outlining possible approaches to mitigate potential impacts that will include the primary articles, to be made available as a PowerPoint slide deck; non-traditional strategies to disseminate our results (eg, social media, blogs).
An in-depth synthesis and comparison of results and insights on strategies, including categorisation of methods used to assess each strategy, to reveal what research is available for each strategyYouth, family members, healthcare providers, researchers, youth advocacy councils and policy makersInform a sequential explanatory mixed-methods design that involves three intersecting phases of work anchored conceptually to the five domains of youth well-being. We have partnered with the O’Brien Institute for Public Health, The Sandbox Project, KT Canada, Children’s Healthcare Canada, Young Canadians Roundtable on Health, Solutions for Kids in Pain, 19 to Zero, and Maritime and Alberta SPOR Support Units for implementation.