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Upcoming CAMH Professional Education Courses Fall 2018 - Opioid Use Disorder Treatment Course; Concurrent Disorders in Primary Care; and Collaborating with Families Affected by Concurrent Disorders.
Ending Sexual Violence and Harassment: Current Research and Prevention
Monday, 24 September, 9 am to 3:30 pm.,
CAMH BGB, 100 Stokes St., Toronto
This symposium will advance knowledge about the nature and impacts of sexual violence and harassment and describe leading edge strategies for prevention. Topics include: public health impacts of sexual violence and harassment; causes; experiences of victims; perceptions and perceived norms of perpetrators; roles of peers & peer dynamics; bystander interventions; self-defence training; engaging men in prevention. This is a free event that is open to researchers, clinical and prevention practitioners, policymakers and students.
The Roshni Roadshow
Wednesday, September 26, 5 to 8 pm, CAMH Queen St.
The Roshni Project team are hosting a series of workshops in collaboration with community partners across the Greater Toronto Area. In each workshop we will share findings from our research, screen four short films and facilitate a discussion about mental health in the South Asian community. Regular updates about The Roshni Project and the Roshni Roadshow will be posted to our website www.theroshniproject.com.
The Canadian Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine (CAPM) Annual Meeting
September 26, Toronto, Westin Harbour Castle
CAPM is one of four academies of the Canadian Psychiatric Association (CPA).The CAPM Annual Meeting typically attracts between 70 and 100 delegates—including psychiatrists, physicians, trainees and other health care professionals—who have an interest in the interface between mental and physical illness and well-being.
Breaking down the stigma of childhood disability
HEIA Community webinar
Wednesday, September 26, noon to 12:30 pm.
Disability stigma is a key barrier to living healthy and meaningful lives for children and youth with disabilities. Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital is carrying out a multi-faceted, multi-year public anti-stigma campaign, Dear Everybody, which was co-developed with young people with disabilities and their families.
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