Dr Lalinec-Michaud is Associate Professor and psychiatrist at the Douglas Hospital. She has her medical degree from Paris. More than half of Dr Lalinec's patients in the inpatient ward are new Canadians. Her current research interest is the comparison of psychiatric presentation and family support in Anglophone and Francophone patients. She is interested in supervising trainees.
martine [dot] lalinec [at] douglas [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (email)
D'Mello, D. A., Pinheiro, A. L. & Lalinec-Michaud, M. (1993). Premenstrual mania: Two case reports. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 181(5), 330-331.
Dongier, M., Tempier, R., Lalinec-Michaud, M. & Meunier, D. (1986). Telepsychiatry: Psychiatric consultation through two-way television: A controlled study. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 31(1), 32-34.
Guillem, F., Bicu, M., Bloom, D., Wolf, M.-A., Desautels, R., Lalinec, M., Kraus, D. & Debruille, J. B. (2001). Neuropsychological impairments in the syndromes of schizophrenia: A comparison between different dimensional models. Brain and Cognition, 46(1-2), 153-159.
Lalinec-Michaud, M. (1988). Three cases of suicide in Chinese-Canadian women. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 33(2), 153-156.
Lalinec-Michaud, M. & Engelsmann, F. (1989). Cultural factors and reaction to hysterectomy. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 24(3), 165-171.
Lalinec-Michaud, M., Subak, M. E., Ghadirian, A. M. & Kovess, V. (1991). Substance misuse among native and rural high school students in Quebec. International Journal of the Addictions, 26(9), 1003-1012.
Yassa, R., Iskandar, H., Lalinec, M. & Cleto, L. (1990). Lorazepam as an adjunct in the treatment of catatonic states: an open clinical trial. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology, 10(1), 66-68.