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  • Overview of the OPTIMA Trial 
    Presenter: Dr. Bernard Le Foll
    Friday, October 20, 9 to 10 am, CAMH

    Optimizing patient-centered-care: a pragmatic randomized control trial comparing models of care In the management of prescription opioid misuse (OPTIMA)
    Learning objectives: Presenting the Canadian Research Initiative in Substance Misuse (CRISM); presenting the evidence for Agonist therapy in Prescription opioid use disorder; presenting the design of OPTIMA Trial.

  • Hepatitis C in Primary Care and Drug and Alcohol Settings
    October 20, Niagara Falls

    This CSAM course, delivered in three parts, is designed to strengthen the capacity of clinical staff working in primary care and drug and alcohol settings who work with PWIDs to effectively test for, treat and manage hepatitis C. 

  • Integrated Obesity & Mental Health Care: Practical Strategies to Improve Outcomes
    A Clinical MP3C Module
    October 23, 5 to 8 pm., Trillium Health Partners, Toronto

    This workshop addresses the association between mental health and obesity from both adult and pediatric perspectives. It identifies and explains the difference in treatment approach when working with each of these populations.  

  • The 13th Annual CADDRA ADHD Conference 
    October 27-29, Quebec City, QC.
    The conference will address many topics and issues of interest to you as a clinician or researcher working in the field of ADHD, with the 4th Annual ADHD Research Day and ADHD Institute workshops on Friday, October 27. 

  • 7th Annual Sexual Behaviours Clinic Workshop
    November 2-3, Toronto
    ​The Sexual Behaviours Clinic (SBC) at CAMH invites it's seventh year of providing a series of excellent speakers in the area of sexually inappropriate behaviour, paraphilias, and sexual abuse prevention. 

  • Race, Industry and Policy in the United States' War on Opioid Drugs that Wasn't
    Presenter: Dr. Helena B. Hansen
    Friday, November 3, 9 to 10 am, CAMH

    Learning Objectives: Describe three institutional causes for the racial patterns of opioid treatment and overdose in the U.S.; Discuss two potential interventions to decrease opioid overdose rates among all racial groups in the U.S.

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