- Take Home Naloxone for Opioid Users at High Risk of Overdose
CAMH Addiction Rounds
Presenter: Dr. Jonathan Hsu
Friday, February 24, 9 to 10 am.
To describe a clinical case at high risk for opioid overdose; to review local policies for take home naloxone; to outline the evidence for take home naloxone.
- 7th International Conference on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Research: Results and Relevance 2017
March 1-4, 2017, The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver, BC.
Integrating Research, Policy and Promising Practice Around the World.This advanced level conference continues to bring together experts from multiple disciplines to share international research.
- Naloxone: What every clinician needs to know
CAMH Addiction Rounds
Presenter: Maria Zhang
Friday, March 3, 9 to 10 am.
Connect Ontarians in a position to reverse an opioid overdose to free naloxone kits; engage clients on opioids in frank and respectful conversations about opioids; compare and contrast intranasal and parenteral formulations of naloxone.
- Childhood Trauma Toolkit - Adverse childhood experiences and traumas increase children's risk for lifelong illness. The Childhood Trauma Toolkit offers resources for pediatric healthcare providers to understand, assess and develop treatment plans for traumatized children.
- Pathway Through Care from Teen Mental Health - The Pathway Through Mental Health Care is a complete and comprehensive approach to increasing the mental health literacy and help-seeking ability of teenagers and the people they see almost every day – their teachers. This model links schools with health care services to ensure students are able to access mental health care when and where they need it.
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