Spring/Summer Peer Educational Opportunities

The Section on Primary Care Mental Health (SoPCMH) is pleased to invite Ontario physicians to our third annual spring/summer educational series.

Starting Tuesday June 7, and every second Tuesday after that until the end of the summer, you will have the opportunity to meet with colleagues to discuss any challenges arising from your provision of mental health care to your patients.

The sessions are informal and interactive, and the diversity of participants’ clinical experience has contributed to the past success of the series.

Each session is an independent entity, so you are welcome to join us for even one session.

The evening will be led by a member of the Section executive or education committee, focusing on unleashing the collective wisdom within the room, in a relaxed, collegially supportive environment.

These sessions are eligible for CCI credits from the GPPA, and for Mainpro credits through the linking learning to practice pathway http://www.cfpc.ca/Linking_Learning_to_Practice/


You are asked to RSVP for EVERY session you attend prior to each session, at the latest by noon of the Monday preceding the session, to Dr. Harold Pupko at drhappi@aol.com in order to be placed on the list provided to the security guard who monitors admission to the building.


Upcoming Summer Series Dates:

June 7 & 21;

July 5 & 19;

August 9 & 23


Time: 7:30 PM

Location: OMA Offices, 150 Bloor Street West, 9th Floor (North East corner of Bloor and Avenue Road)

Cost: No charge, courtesy of the dues-paying members of the SoPCMH


RSVP Details

Unless otherwise indicated, all events take place at the OMA offices, 150 Bloor St. West, 9th floor.
This is at the north-east corner of Avenue Road and Bloor.
All events start promptly at 7.30 PM. Please try to arrive on time.
You must RSVP for each event you plan to attend.
For the Summer Series, please see registration details on the Summer Series page.
For all other events, please RSVP by phone to: 416-229-2399, ext 125 ( Ada or Anna), or via e-mail to: michaelpare@rogers.com.
For inquiries only about Section education activities, contact Dr. Harry Zeit at harryzeit@sympatico.ca.