CMHRU Meetings 2005

Wednesday Research Meetings

ICFP, Room 218B
1:30 – 3:00


Sometimes affliction is a door: a bio-psycho-cultural analysis of the pathways to candomblé mediumship (January 19th)
Rebecca Seligman

Tensions, contradictions, ambiguities and constraints in an ‘alternative’ model of psychosocial support for survivors of torture and refugee trauma (January 26th)
Kelly McKinney

Publishing qualitative research: reflections & impressions (February 2nd)
Rob Whitley

Finding Nemo: The ongoing search for a method to evaluate the Cultural Consultation Service (February 16th)
Dr. G. Eric Jarvis

Wading through the empirical literature on risk factors associated with suicidal behaviours amongst youth and adolescents: A review of recent literature (February 23rd)
Ken Paul

The construction of culture in the discourse of practitioners: Suicide prevention through ambivalence (March 2nd)
Tara Holton

Insight: Royal road or silvered mirror into the soul? (March 30th)
Dr. Constantin Tranulis

From Stultitia & schizophrenia: The changing faces of madness in western history (April 6th)
Sadeq Rahimi

Interpreters in medical settings: hopes, risks and (very few) facts (April 13th)
Yvan Leanza

Work among Aboriginals in Montreal (April 20th)
Kaha:wi Jacobs

First impressions and clinical decision-making in psychiatry (May 25th)
Dr. Steven Cohen

Patients’ and physicians’ explanations of medically unexplained symptoms: Early results from a qualitative study (June 1st)
Dr. Melissa Dominice Dao

A summary of a qualitative evaluation of fifteen CCS patient files and the key issues identified (June 29th)
Meredith Woermke

Périmetres en défensifs de la dignité feminine de prostituées de Tarija, Bolivie (July 6th)
Chantal Robillard

Depressive symptoms in China and Canada: The somatization hypothesis, revisited (July 20th)
Andrew Ryder

Surviving a distant past: constituting holocaust trauma descendant identity (July 27th)
Carol Kidron

Trauma and coping strategies among refugees (August 10th)
Abdel Hamid Afana

Meaning-oriented analysis in cultural psychiatric research: methodology (August 24th)
Sadeq Rahimi

Convergence and divergence in perceptions and definitions of parental authority, child discipline and abuse between recent immigrants and youth protection workers: implications for intervention in a multicultural context (September 14th)
Ghayda Hassan

The place of culture in expressed emotion research: A critical discussion and review (October 12th)
Jessica Dere

Psychosocial correlates of psychological distress amongst Inuit in Nunavik, Quebec: Preliminary findings (October 26th)
Ken Paul

Early detection of psychosis: The role of families in the police referral of patients to emergency psychiatric services (November 2nd)
Dr. G. Eric Jarvis

The medicalization of adolescence and narratives of psychopharmaceutical use (November 16th)
Kelly McKinney

Voices of vulnerability: An autoethnographic study (November 23rd)
Aimee Ebersold-Silva

Identity, empowerment and the psychological well-being of Canadian Aboriginal youth (November 30th)
Melissa Tiessen

The silent world of the holocaust trauma descendant: psycho-social distress or alternative survivor-family cultural life-world? (December 14th)
Carol Kidron

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