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  • Opioid Use Disorder in Primary Care Conference
    November 24, Beanfield Centre, Toronto
    Conference goals: to highlight topics such as treatment approaches, harm reduction strategies, clinical guidelines and new evidence in the field of opioid use disorder, and to network with peers, which is particularly beneficial for people working in remote communities.  

  • HCARDD Conversations - HCARDD (Health Care Access Research and Developmental Disabilities) connects with experts about healthcare and developmental disabilities: Emergency Care, Primary Care, Medical Education, Policy Makers, Patient Voices and Transitions.

  • Shame and Aberoo: Understanding mental health stigma in the Middle Eastern community
    Wednesday, December 6, 1 to 2 pm., Webinar.

    Poran Poregbal, group therapist, at the Vancouver General Hospital’s Cross Cultural Clinic, discusses the concept of aberoo, its impact on mental illness and mental health treatment and services, and ways that service providers can try to facilitate mental health among newcomer clients experiencing this as a barrier.

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Portico is a network of addiction and mental health sites from across Canada.

Portico offers clinical tools and evidence-based materials for health care providers, social service workers and others. While the resources on the core Portico pages are designed for professional use, they can be of equal interest to those with lived experience and their families.

Portico hosts partner sites that are built and run by other groups and networks. They are editorially independent of the main site, with a variety of perspectives.

Portico's search engine includes our partners and a wide range of external addiction and mental health sites to help you find what you need.

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