CMHRU Meetings 2021

Wednesday Research Meetings

3:00 – 5:00


Practicing Plasticity: how intersubjective synchrony promotes neurocognitive flexibility (January 27)
Jonas Mago

Practices of Letting – Ethnographic reflections from a study of carers and persons living with dementia (February 3)
Keven Lee

We are all under the same roof”: Coping and meaning making among older Bhutanese with a refugee life experience (February 17)
Rochelle Frounfelker & Bhuwan Gautam

Attachment injuries in couples: The experience and treatment of adjustment disorder in persons betrayed by their romantic partner (February 24)
Michelle Lonergan

Narrative Selves: From Personalized to Person- Centered Medicine (March 3)
Laurence Kirmayer

Mutable Environments and Permeable Human Bodies (March 17)
Professor Margaret Lock

Racism is a pandemic: COVID-related discrimination, mental health and support for violent radicalization (March 24)
Diana Miconi

The process of selection and cultural adaptation of a tool to address mental health among Inuit and Kanien'kehá:ka in Québec (March 31)
Liliana Gomez Cardona

Horsemen and horses in Old Montreal: Collaborative survival in the urban margins (April 21)
Vincent Laliberté

Writing for Publication (September 29)
Laurence Kirmayer

Toward a Framework for Social Determinants of Health in Neuroscience Research (October 6)
Laurence Kirmayer

Engaging indigenous communities of Guatemala in promoting psychosocial wellbeing: A theory-driven process evaluation (October 13)
Katherine Pizarro

Learning in good faith: Lessons from a cultural humility training day on mental health in Muslim communities (October 20)
Sarah Hanafi, Salam El-Majzoub, Jennifer Picado, and Sara Cohen-Fournier

Results of a task force consultation on equity, diversity and inclusion (October 27)
Myrna Lashley

How do social inequities shape the transformational changes people make to their lives and communities following a mental health challenge? (November 10)
Gerald Jordan

Barriers to participation in first episode psychosis family psychoeducation programming for carers from black communities: A qualitative exploratory study (November 17)
Michaela Field

Exploring the lived experience of psychosis of individuals from different cultural backgrounds (November 24)
Katherine Lynch

Your Brain on Dopamine? Tracing an Ontological Choreography of Psychosis (December 1)
Suze Berkhout

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