SAYCW members are organizations and individuals from various sectors with a shared interest in improving the health and well-being of youth and communities in Saskatchewan. SAYCW strives to be inclusive of a diversity of voices, and welcomes all! Members contribute through the Steering Committee and/or one of our Working Groups or Committees.
SAYCW achieves its mandate through the work of SAYCW staff and SAYCW members who contribute to Working Groups and Committees that are formed by the Steering Committee. The Steering Committee is co-chaired by the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency (SCA) and the League of Educational Administrators, Directors and Superintendents of Saskatchewan (LEADS).
Currently, SAYCW has the following Working Groups and Committees:
Survey Development and Implementation Working Group
Data Analysis Working Group
Data Access Review Committee
Knowledge to Action Working Group
SAYCW Grants Working Group
SAYCW Grants Review Committee
The Working Groups and Committees consist of SAYCW members and others as required. Working Groups report progress to and seek guidance from the Steering Committee. Working Groups have developed their own Terms of Reference, work plans and budget requirements. Working Groups meet monthly or less, as work requires.
SAYCW also regularly seeks input and feedback from experts in the survey topic areas, through groups called Communities of Practice.
If you or your organization feels that you/they have something to contribute and gain from membership in a Working Group or Committee, feel free to express your interest to the SAYCW Project Manager.
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Support youth and community well-being through the collaborative action of community partners working together. Through evidence, tools and resources, SAYCW supports stakeholders to turn the knowledge gained through the youth health survey into health promoting action.
SAYCW 2016 Provincial Youth Health Report
This brief questionnaire seeks feedback from schools, school divisions, and other Saskatchewan stakeholders on the SAYCW Youth Health Survey 2015, the results reports, and the Healthy Schools and Communities grant. We hope to learn from you to improve SAYCW’s work in conducting our next Thriving Youth, Thriving Communities Survey in 2019, preparing the results reports, and translating the knowledge into health promoting action.