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CMHRU Meetings 2013

Wednesday Research Meetings

ICFP, Room 218B
3:00 – 4:30


Setting up a virtual psychology clinic in Chad: Challenges and lessons learned (January 16)
Neda Faregh

A village possessed by witches: A study on possession and common mental disorders (January 23)
Ram Sapkota

In your face or: What Husserl could learn from Levinas about Intersubjectivity (January 30)
Bettina Bergo

A political economy framework: Self-governance and health in Nunavik (February 6)
Sarah Fraser

Unsettling the dominant myths of healing: The power of "good stories" in South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission (February 20)
Monica Patterson

Probing the Jihadi Mindset (February 27)
Sohail Abbas

Towards a revisioned psychiatry: Contributions of cultural-clinical psychology (March 6)
Andrew Ryder

Changes in DSM-5: An Overview (March 20)
Venkat Bhat

Compassion as a pathway to resilience among Tibetan refugees (March 27)
Sara Lewis

Evaluation of language barriers to mental health services among linguistic minority outpatients: A preliminary report (April 3)
Eric Jarvis

Cultural Psychiatry Day (April 10)

Making peace in the heart-mind: Towards an ethnopsychology of resilience among Bhutanese refugees (April 17)
Liana Chase

Confounding culture: Drinking, country food and traditional knowledge networks in a Labrador Inuit community (April 24)
Joshua Moses

Unraveling ethnic density effects, expectations and acculturation the adjustment of Russian-speaking immigrants from the Former Soviet Union to Montreal (May 1)
Tomas Jurcik & Esther Yakobov

Childhood migration post-WWII and post-detention in Soviet labour camps: An examination of resilience-related themes from a lifespan development perspective (May 8)
Amanda Chalupa

How Omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D relate to psychological distress in the Inuit population (May 15)
Hans-Ragnar Skogli

Training of health workers in eastern Chad to address the mental health needs of Darfur refugees (May 22)
Neda Faregh