Presented in English with simultaneous translation in French
Date: Friday, April 11th, 2014
ime: 8:00am to 4:30pm
Venue: Douglas Mental Health University Institute, Verdun, Quebec, Douglas Hall Pavilion
The Division of Child Psychiatry at McGill University has invited two renowned clinicians/researchers to discuss clinical and academic work experiences with these vulnerable adolescents, focusing on the assessment and treatment.
Natalie Grizenko, MD, FRCPC; Dr. Natalie Grizenko works as a clinician researcher, teacher and administrator. She has been medical chief of the Severe Disruptive Behaviour Disorders Program since 1988. From 1996 to 2001, she was the director of professional and hospital services at the Douglas Institute and was involved in the restructuring of ultraspecialized programs and the development of a community-based model of psychiatric services.
Lily Hechtman, MD, FRCPC; Dr. Lily Hechtman is a professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at McGill University and Director of Research, Division of Child Psychiatry. She is a child psychiatrist and an internationally recognized researcher in ADHD. Dr. Hechtman’s research has focused on long-term (15-year) prospective studies of children with ADHD followed into adolescence and adulthood. Dr. Hechtman combines a rigorous research background with extensive clinical expertise and experience.
Sarojini Sengupta, MD;
Registration is now open. To register please psychiat [dot] division [at] muhc [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (click here).
PROGRAM INFORMATION WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON:
For questions, please contact:
Divison of Child Psychiatry, McGill University
4018 St. Catherine St. West
Westmount, Quebec, H3Z 1P2
Telephone: (514) 412-4400 ext. 22470; Fax:(514) 412-4337
psychiat [dot] division [at] muhc [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (e-mail)