This Medical Psychiatry Collaborative Care Certificate module will provide participants with an introduction to quality improvement methods and tools. Participants will have the opportunity to apply the methods and tools learned by participating in a large group exercise and a case study that integrates mental and physical health. Sign up today!
Presented by Drs. Valerie Taylor and Paul Kurdyak, this presentation at CAMH looks at how we can improve medical care for patients with complex mental illness. Join us in person or live via webcast.
This year’s annual MPA conference is titled ‘A Matter of Life: New Approaches to Care for Patients with Physical and Severe Mental Illness.’ The event will be hosted by CAMH at the Chelsea Hotel on Oct. 6, 2017. The event is open to everyone. Register now!
Dr. Christopher Kowalski, a child and adolescent psychiatrist from the U.K. who is currently undertaking an MPA Simulation Fellowship, pens this blog about the recent simulation training course he helped to create and offer recently to Canadian health care providers. He shares this thoughts on why it will have a significant impact on improving the care of young people with complex physical and mental health needs.
Dr. Paul Kurdyak, MPA Director of Health Outcomes, sat down with Sandeep Dhaliwal, MPA Senior Communications Advisor, to answer some questions about the MPA scorecard, which highlights progress to date, and to share his thoughts on why it is so important to capture data.
The Child, Youth and Family arm of the MPA (nicknamed “MPA Jr.”) recently invited staff, MPA members and community partners to come together at The Hospital for Sick Children to participate in a hackathon event to plan the future of MPA Jr. initiatives. Check out a wrap video from the event.