This collaboration between the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and McMaster is an educational initiative to promote curriculum innovation and resources related to the spectrum of alcohol use disorders.
This video archive shows the presentation given at McMaster University by Dr. Anthony Levinson and Michael DeVillaer on November 7, 2014 to the medical students as part of the MF5 curriculum.
This collaboration between the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and McMaster is an educational initiative to promote curriculum innovation and resources related to the spectrum of alcohol use disorders. Funded by a grant from CAMH, in partnership with CREATE Canada, we seek to bring high quality, evidence-based tools and resources to improve the training of physicians in the assessment and management of alcohol-related problems.
This e-learning activity is a form of self-study using enduring materials (e-learning modules) as defined by the Maintenance of Proficiency (Mainpro+®) Program of the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC). Self-study using e-learning modules is included under the Non-Certified Self-Learning credit category. Any non-certified activity is generally eligible for one non-certified credit per hour.
This e-learning activity is a form of self-study using enduring materials (e-learning modules) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Self-study using e-learning modules is included as an example of a Section 2 activity. Reviewing enduring materials is generally valued at 0.5 credit per topic. However, additional research/self-study using the e-learning can also be submitted as Personal Learning Projects (PLPs) where you will earn two (2) credits per hour.
The file was developed by Mike DeVillaer, educator with The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences at McMaster University. The content provides a detailed public health perspective on the epidemiology of drug problems with implications for both clinical and public health interventions.
This app for tablets and smartphones is designed to help practicing physicians, residents, medical students and other health care workers in the management of alcohol use disorders. You will find evidence based guidance on screening, diagnosis, and the management of alcohol problems in primary care, emergency department and inpatient clinical settings.
A two page complete description of the full curriculum offerings.
The Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse's guidelines for promoting low-risk guidelines among patients.
Portico is a knowledge exchange network for mental health and addictions professionals, allied professionals, clients, families and caregivers.
Staying on top of your drinking this time of year can be difficult. Find out more information about an app designed to help you track your drinking.
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