Please contact Dr. R. Milev with any questions.
The Collaborative Care program is a knowledge exchange network and platform of the Department of Psychiatry, Queen's University. The mandate is to promote, enable and support collaborative interprofessional person and caregiver-centred mental health and addictions care by designing, developing and implementing collaborative, education, service delivery improvements and related research.
Mental health and addictions care is optimally provided when the person and caregiver are full partners in their care and acknowledging that one discipline cannot facilitate care and healing completely.
Webinar #1: Dr. Ken Le Clair and Dr. Joe Burley
"Interprofessional Collaborative Mental Health Care in the Clinical Setting"
Webinar #2: Dr. Joe Burley
"Changing Culture with Interprofessional Education"
Webinar #3: Dr. Ken Le Clair and Dr. Nick Kates
"Bringing Research to Interprofessional Collaborative Mental Health Practice"
Webinar #4: Dr. Maciej Pilecki
"Family Paradigm in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry"
Webinar #5: Dr. Sarosh Khalid-Khan
"Adolescent Mood Disorders"
Webinar #6: Dr. Renee Fitzpatrick
"Disruptive Behaviour Disorders"
Webinar #7: Dr. Dallas Seitz
"Pharmacological Management of Neuropsychiatric Symptoms of Dementia"
Webinar #8: Dr. Dallas Seitz
"Assessment and Non-Pharmacological Management of Neuropsychiatric Symptoms of Dementia"