OPA Webinar: Support and Share – Angela Ho/Valerie Primeau
2020-05-21 08:00 PM 2020-05-21 09:00 PM OPA Webinar: Support and Share – Angela Ho/Valerie Primeau Virtual Event America/New_York

Organization: OPA

OPA Webinar: Support and Share – Angela Ho/Valerie Primeau/Michelle Marlborough
Thursday, May 21, 2020 - 8:00 - 9:00 p.m.

This interactive webinar will serve as participant-driven rounds, with a particular focus on psychiatrists providing inpatient, consultation-liaison, or ER services. This is an opportunity to share from different regions of the province and provide mutual support with possible strategies for addressing challenges. While this session will prioritize supporting psychiatrists working in high acuity and medically complex settings, we welcome psychiatrists working in any setting to join for collaboration and support.  

This session will be co-facilitated by OPA Council members Dr Valerie Primeau, Head of Service of General Psychiatry, VP Medical Staff, North Bay Regional Health Centre, Site Director, Academic/Psychotherapy Coordinator for the Psychiatry Residency Program, Northern Ontario School of Medicine, and Dr Angela Ho, community psychiatrist in Toronto

Support and Share Objectives
  1. To understand challenges faced across the province in providing psychiatric care during COVID 
  2. To share about potential approaches to addressing challenges
  3. To provide collegial peer support 
Registration

To register for this free event, please click the link below.

About the Speakers
Dr. Angela Ho

Dr Angela Ho completed her medical training and psychiatry residency at the University of Toronto. She currently works with an intensive case management team serving marginally-housed individuals with severe mental illness and substance use disorders. She also provides couples therapy and teaches on Family and Couples therapy as a Lecturer with the Department of Psychiatry. As a member of the Ontario Telemedicine Network, she provides indirect psychiatric consultation. She is a Council Member of the Ontario Psychiatric Association and is affiliated with Inner City Health Associates, St Michael’s Hospital, and Mount Sinai Hospital. She previously worked at the University of Toronto Health & Wellness Student Health Centre and East End Community Health Centre.

Dr. Valerie Primeau

Valerie Primeau, MD, FRCPC is a bilingual psychiatrist in North Bay.  She has been actively involved in the treatment of concurrent disorders.  She assisted in the implementation of medically supervised withdrawal management beds at the North Bay Regional Health Centre (NBRHC) acute inpatient psychiatry unit, and is the physician lead for the rural implementation of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Integrated Care Pathway on alcohol use disorder and depression.  Most recently, she has been appointed the physician lead for the implementation of a Rapid Access Addiction Medicine (RAAM) clinic at the Community Counselling Centre of Nipissing.  She currently sits on the Health Quality Ontario Alcohol Use Disorder Quality Standard Advisory Committee and is helping revise the Withdrawal Management Standards with Addictions and Mental Health Ontario.  She is highly involved in resident education and is currently the North Bay Site Director, Psychotherapy Coordinator and Academic Coordinator for the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) Psychiatry Residency Program.

Dr. Michelle Marlborough

Dr. Michelle Marlborough is a psychiatrist at the Operational Stress Injury Clinic at St. Joseph’s Healthcare London. She received her medical degree from McMaster University in 2011 and completed psychiatry residency training at the University of Toronto. Her clinical interests include the treatment of military, veteran, and first responder populations experiencing post-traumatic stress and related difficulties as a result of their service. Additional interests include the physician mental health, medical education, and disaster management. Dr. Marlborough is also an Investigating Coroner and has an interest in death investigation and its applications to public safety.

 

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