Dr. Champagne is a first-year part-time clinical educator fellow at the Centre for Health Education Scholarship (CHES). She is also an infant/preschool psychiatrist working at the Early Childhood Mental Health Program at Richmond Hospital and a Clinical Instructor at UBC.
She obtained her medical degree at McGill University in 2008. She went on to complete her Psychiatry Residency in 2013, followed by her Child and Adolescent Subspecialty Training, both at University of Ottawa, before running away from the cold winters in 2014 to settle in BC. She is currently enrolled in the Master of Health Professions Education program at Maastricht University. She has an interest in educational leadership and has participated in several leadership courses and programs.
Champagne, M., & Aggarwal, D. (2014). [Review of the book Understanding Early Childhood Mental Health – A Practical Guide for Professionals, by S.J. Summers & R. Chazan-Cohen). Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 23(2), 152.
Champagne M., & Gandhi J. (2013). The Ottawa Maternal Wellness Project: An evolution of accessible and attachment-based perinatal mental health services in Canada’s national capital region. Presentation 4: Implementing Perinatal Mental Health Telephone Consultations to Primary Care Providers in Order to Improve Accessibility and Help Support Parenthood [Abstract]. In International Biennial Congress of The Marcé Society: Acting together around childbirth. Arch Women’s Ment Health, 16 (Suppl 1), S55