Attached to this email and below is a poster for the next BC Reproductive Mental Health Academic Rounds on Tuesday, 2nd June 2015, 12.00 – 1.00. Dr Monique Wong, Infant and Child Psychiatrist at the Alan Cashmore (Infants and Childhood Mental Health) Centre in Vancouver will be presenting on ‘The Mother-Baby Dyad & the Importance of Baby. The impact of maternal psychiatric illness on attachment and infant health.’. We look forward to you joining us.
Please circulate the information to any colleagues who may be interested in joining us via Telehealth or Teleconference.
Should you wish to join us for this presentation, please respond to email@example.com asap but by end of day 27th May 2015 at the very latest.
When joining us via Telehealth for any of these presentations, please respond with the following information:
1) Your location (city/hospital) and preferred Telehealth site/room.
2) A contact person for your site who will be responsible for arriving 15 minutes early to participate in the test call and distributing slides, evaluation materials and a sign in sheet.
A Help Guide is attached to assist with setting up Telehealth connections if needed.
When joining via Teleconference, respond via email to firstname.lastname@example.org for connection details.
A Note for Physicians: The Reproductive Mental Health Academic Rounds are a self-approved group learning activity (Section 1) as defined by the maintenance of Certification program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Physicians who attend via Telehealth are eligible are able to earn MOC Section 1 credits so long as they sign and return the attendance and evaluation form. These forms will be emailed to the site contact in advance of the presentation.