CALL FOR ABSTRACTS NOW OPEN!
May 10-11 (Fri-Sat) | Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel | Richmond BC
Target audience: Interprofessional/intersectoral teams, family physicians and other primary care providers, mental health care providers, psychiatrists and psychologists, administrators and policy makers, other health disciplines working with primary care and/or community care, consumers and family members, educators and their students, and researchers.
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Please note that you can make edits to the abstracts up until the cut-off date of December 20, 2018. Notifications will be ready by early February 2019.
The 2019 abstracts guidelines are available on our conference webpage https://ubccpd.ca/course/CCMHC2019.
Keynote Presentations include:
- Patricia Conrod, PhD. Professor, The Université of Montréal, Department of Psychiatry. The personality-targeted approach to treating substance use problems was first developed and tested by Dr. Patricia Conrod at McGill University in Montreal, Canada (1995-2000).
- Anna Ratzliff, MD, PhD. Associate Professor, The Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington. A national expert on collaborative care and specifically, on training teams to implement and deliver mental health treatment in primary care settings.
- Cornelia (Nel) Wieman, MD, FRCPC. President, Indigenous Physicians Association of Canada. The first female Indigenous psychiatrist (Anishnawbe – Little Grand Rapids First Nation, Manitoba). In January 2018, Nel joined the First Nations Health Authority in BC as a Senior Medical Officer, Mental Health & Wellness, in the FNHA’s Office of the Chief Medical Officer.
- Evan Wood, MD, PhD, ABIM, FASAM, FRCPC, ABAM Diplomat. Director, British Columbia Centre on Substance Use; Professor, The University of British Columbia. Dr. Wood is a general internal medicine specialist and diplomate of the American Board of Addiction Medicine who has been responsible for the creation of a number of addiction clinical and clinical training programs.
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