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Approach to Anxiety Disorders and PTSD in Primary Care

 

OMA Section on Primary Care Mental Health Wednesday Night Series

Speaker: Dr. Jon Davine, MD, CCFP, FRCP(C)

Date: Wednesday, March 28th, 2018

Location: OMA Offices, 150 Bloor Street West, Suite 900, Toronto, ON
Time: 7:30-9:30 PM
Cost: No charge, courtesy of the OMA Section on Primary Care Mental Health

Please RSVP by phone to: 416-229-2399, ext 125 (Ada or Anna) or e-mail to: michaelpare@rogers.com.

Jon Davine, MD, CCFP, FRCP(C) is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences at McMaster University, with a cross appointment in the Department of Family Medicine. His outpatient psychiatry practice focuses on liaising with primary care physicians in the “shared care” model. For a number of years, he has taught courses in behavioural sciences to family medicine residents and to family doctors in the community. He has lectured nationally and internationally on this topic. He is a past Chair of the Council of Psychiatric Continuing Education (COPCE), which is affiliated with the Canadian Psychiatric Association. He is currently the Ontario representative on the Canadian Psychiatric Association Education Committee. He has also co-authored a book called” Psychiatry in Primary Care, a concise Canadian pocket guide”. He was made a fellow of the American Psychiatric Association in 2013. He was made a distinguished fellow of the Canadian Psychiatric Association in 2014.

Learning Objectives:

1. Learn effective ways to quickly diagnose anxiety disorders and PTSD
2. Learn psychotherapeutic approaches to anxiety disorders and PTSD
3. Learn evidence based psychopharmacological approaches to anxiety disorders and PTSD

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