Dr. Chris Kowalski and Dr. Laura Naismith present CAMH Grand Rounds in March 2018. Learning objectives: understand how simulation can be used to enhance the effectiveness of inter professional care, and describe key instructional design considerations for inter professional mental health simulation.
- Access to primary care
- Alcohol, including conversations with alcohol researchers Nick Heather, Robin Room and Marc Schuckit at the 2017 Alcohol Symposium
- Brain circuitry and human behaviour, Deep brain stimulation
- Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Care Conference
- Client perspectives and advocacy
- Crisis planning
- Dual diagnosis (including H-CARDD / DD CARES videos)
- Mini Med School 2012 - Alcohol (Marilyn Herie); Psychosis (Dr. Kwame McKenzie); Memory and Aging (Dr. Amer Burnham) and Autism Spectrum Disorders (Yona Lunsky).
- Physician Health Program Series produced in conjunction with the OMA
- Psychiatrist field notes: Reflections on approaches to concurrent disorders
- Psychiatric interviewing series with Dr. David Goldbloom
- Race, Industry and Policy in the US
- Rounds and education
- Simulation and education
- Smoking and tobacco
- Telemental health: Overiew and Do's and Don'ts
- Treatments and approaches to care
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Dr. Robert Zipursky presents Grand Rounds at CAMH in April 2018
Learning objectives: Outline the different study methodologies used to determine recurrence rates following a first episode of psychosis, as well as their limitations; Describe the risk of recurrence with and without maintenance medications for individuals who have remitted from a first episode of psychosis; Describe the risk of developing schizophrenia and bipolar disorder when a person has a first episode of cannabis-induced psychosis.
Addiction Rounds at CAMH February 2018 with Nir Lipsman of the Sunnybrook Research Institute Harquail Centre for Neuromodulation.
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; and to learn about the challenges of direct-to-brain forms of neuromodulation.
Dr. David Goldbloom presents CAMH Grand Rounds in April 2018.Learning objectives: to become familiar with the early history of ECT, including in Toronto; to appreciate the cultural history of ECT and its impact on attitudes and behaviour; and to consider the evidence of the effectiveness of ECT.