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The Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health Project builds on the former Refugee Mental Health Project, expanding to cover mental health problems and disorders in different groups of immigrants and refugees as well as evidence-based services, treatments and supports that have the capacity to effectively address the unique needs of different groups.
Building a two row ideology with western medicine and indigenous knowledge
Tuesday, February 20, noon to 1 pm.,
Webinar, St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto
The presenters will discuss their path to advocate for health equity for indigenous populations as well as the concept of building a Two Row Ideology bridge and establish sustainable collaboration/partnership between western medicine and indigenous knowledge keepers. With presenters Anna Banerji and Michele-Elise Burnett.
Brain Circuits and Human Behaviour: What can go wrong and what can we do about it?
CAMH Addiction Rounds
Friday, February 23, 9 to 10 am., Bell Gateway Building
Presenter: Dr. Nir Lipsman. Learning objectives: to learn about common brain circuit conditions, and how these can be linked to dysfunction in key brain areas; to learn about emerging forms of neuromodulation in psychiatry; to learn about the challenges of direct-to-brain forms of neuromodulation.
Integrating Physical and Mental Health: People, Programs and Populations
NMH Mini Symposia Series/Psychiatry Research Day
Friday, March 9, 8:45 am. to 1:15 pm.
Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning, Toronto
Speakers: Dr. Isobel Heyman, Great Ormond Street Hospital; Dr. Bonnie Zima, UCLA Center for Health Services and Society, David Geffen School of Medicine; Dr. Jennifer Stinson, SickKids; Dr. Hana Saab, The Hospital for Sick Children; Dr. Christopher Kowalski, CAMH, SickKids.
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