- Roots of Empathy 2017 Research Symposium
April 26-27, The Design Exchange, Toronto
Join RoE for two days of enlightening, stimulating and diverse talks on the latest from neuroscience, psychology and sociology. They’ll explore brain science, resilience, wellbeing and the roles of business, government, journalism and philanthropy in solving society’s problems.
- Using Brain Stimulation to Learn About Substance Use Disorders in Schizophrenia
CAMH Addiction Rounds
Friday, April 28, 9 to 10 am.
Presenter: Mera Barr
Learning Objectives: what is the difference between brain stimulation as a probe versus treatment; the advantage of measuring mechanisms from the frontal brain region; to understand the potential of brain stimulation for substance use disorders.
Integrating mental health and diabetes management: A collaborative care approach
May 2, 2017 12:30-1:30, Toronto
MPA (Child, Youth and Family) Grand Rounds with Dr. Ian Zenlea, Deepy Sur and Sheryl Parks. The relationship between type 1 diabetes and mental health disorders, current gaps in care and an integrated collaborative care model for treatment.
May 10-13, MIssissauga
Pri-Med Canada (formerly Primary Care Today)in partnership with the University of Toronto’s Department of Family & Community Medicine (DFCM) delivers 3 full days of Continuing Medical Education.
- Diversity and Equity in Mental Health and Addictions Conference 2017: Dialogues on Trauma: Meaning Making and Community Building
Friday May 12, 8 am to 5 pm. Toronto
Organized by the Hong Fook Mental Health Foundation. Identifying diverse perspectives of trauma; strategies to strengthen community connections; clinical skills to work with diverse communities; reflective practice; recognizing the role of race and identity.
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