Putting Sleep Disorders to Rest in Medically Complex Patients
Technology-Enabled Collaborative Care for Youth (TECC-Y): A Feasibility Study
Presented by: Osnat Melamed, MD
March 21, 2019 from 12pm-1pm at 1001 Queen St. West (Community Centre Building - Traning Room A)
A Tale of Two Centres: Delirium Prevention and Management Across the Lifespan
Presented by: Dr. Claire De Souza, Laura Bucklet, Mary Lynn Peters, and Dr. Jason Kerr
The Medical Psychiatry Collaborative Care Certificate (MP3C) is a continuing education program to support learning in integrated mental and physical collaborative care. The MP3C modules are designed for all health care providers who are working with patients and families to address complex co-morbid physical and mental health care needs.
As an infant and then as a child, Nabihah was sick all the time. She would cough persistently and run short of breath, but no one knew why. Numerous visits to health care specialists in the Greater Toronto Area, where Nabihah lived with her parents, failed to pinpoint a diagnosis.
Bell Let's Talk is a day when many Canadians speak up to raise awareness about mental health and to promote positive change in our communities. On this day, we are taking a moment to reflect on what is at the center of the #BellLetsTalk campaign – utilizing technology and communication to reduce stigma and increase access to mental health services for all Canadians.