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CAGP 2015- 2016 Geriatric Psychiatry Online Course

  • 09 Sep 2015
  • 01 Aug 2016
  • Online via moodle

Registration

  • *please use the code provided to CPA members*
  • *please use the code provided to IPA members*

Registration is closed


The course will be co-chaired by Dr. M. Rapoport, president of the CAGP,  Dr. D. Seitz, and Dr. A. Wiens. Faculty members include Dr. T. Rajji, Dr. B. Mulsant, Dr. M. Heisel, Dr. M. Hussain, Dr. K. Shulman, Dr. J. Fleming, Dr. L. Gage, Dr. K.L Cassidy, Z. Waisman and Dr. P. Chan.  New this year, we have Drs. Simon Davies and Damien Gallagher from Toronto, and also some new international faculty including Dr. Carl Cohen, Dr. Charles Reynolds III, Dr. Eric Lenze, and Dr. Michael Reinhardt. We have also added new interactive simulated cases developed by Dr. Amer Burhan and colleagues at the University of Western Ontario.

The review course was developed with the technical and educational guidance of Dr. Marcus Law, Director of Technology Enabled Learning at the Centre for Faculty Development of the University of Toronto.

This Geriatric Psychiatry Online course will consolidate learning of geriatric psychiatry in an innovative, interactive, and fun manner. Our program is geared to physicians, health care professionals and residents who are interested in up-to-date learning about the psychiatric care of the elderly, and features interactive asynchronous online learning (sign on at your convenience). This 10-month course, comprised of 18 two-week modules, is lead by expert faculty and covers a wide array of topics in geriatric psychiatry at an advanced level.

Registration Rebate Opportunity.  We have a new exciting initiative for those who register for the online course! Participants who enroll before November 2, 2015 and actively participate throughout the course will be entered in a draw to receive a full registration rebate. In order to be entered into this draw, you must register for the course before the deadline of November 2, and actively participate in the course discussion. Active participation will be adjudicated by the online course committee, and will require providing a high quality post in 70% of the course modules (13 out of 18 modules).  One draw will be held for Physician and Healthcare Professionals and another draw will be held for Students and Residents.  One qualifying participant from each of these groups will win a full rebate of their registration fee for the Online Course.  Click here to register now in order to be included in this opportunity!

Please note, participants will not receive their log-in information until payment is received.

Click here to view the 2015-2016 Geriatric Psychiatry Online Course Schedule.

For more details, please click here.

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Cancellation Policy: cancellations will only be accepted on or before October 30, 2015. No credits or refunds will be given for cancellations received after October 30, 2015 Substitutions may be made at any time. No liability is assumed by the CAGP for changes in program dates, content, speakers, or cancellation of the event.

The course will be co-chaired by Dr. Mark Rapoport, president of the CAGP, and Drs. Dallas Seitz, and Andrew Wiens. Faculty members include Drs. Keri-Leigh Cassidy, Peter Chan, Jonathan Fleming, Laura Gage, Daphna Grossman, Marnin Heisel, Nathan Herrmann, Benoit Mulsant, Jeff Myers, David Oslin, Tarek Rajji, Ken Shulman, and David Streiner, as well as the three co-chairs. 


The review course was developed with the technical and educational guidance of Dr. Marcus Law, Director of Technology Enabled Learning at the Centre for Faculty Development of the University of Toronto.

 

This Geriatric Psychiatry Online course will consolidate learning of geriatric psychiatry in an innovative, interactive, and fun manner. Our program is geared only to physicians and residents who are interested in up-to-date learning about the psychiatric care of the elderly, and features interactive asynchronous online learning (sign on at your convenience). Nineteen 2-week modules with expert faculty will cover a wide array of topics in geriatric psychiatry at an advanced level.


The online format will include recommendations of key up-to-date review papers, practice exam questions, reflective discussion of controversies, opportunity to ask faculty questions you’ve always wanted to know (but were afraid to ask), and to discuss clinical problems with peers and faculty. 


Along with access to the Geriatric Psychiatry Online, participants will also have access to all of the Banff, Ottawa, and Toronto National Review Course videos, as well as the references and handouts used during these courses. Should you wish to have access to the materials only, prices will be made available.

 

The course will be co-chaired by Dr. Mark Rapoport, president of the CAGP, and Drs. Dallas Seitz, and Andrew Wiens. Faculty members include Drs. Keri-Leigh Cassidy, Peter Chan, Jonathan Fleming, Laura Gage, Daphna Grossman, Marnin Heisel, Nathan Herrmann, Benoit Mulsant, Jeff Myers, David Oslin, Tarek Rajji, Ken Shulman, and David Streiner, as well as the three co-chairs. 


The review course was developed with the technical and educational guidance of Dr. Marcus Law, Director of Technology Enabled Learning at the Centre for Faculty Development of the University of Toronto.

 

This Geriatric Psychiatry Online course will consolidate learning of geriatric psychiatry in an innovative, interactive, and fun manner. Our program is geared only to physicians and residents who are interested in up-to-date learning about the psychiatric care of the elderly, and features interactive asynchronous online learning (sign on at your convenience). Nineteen 2-week modules with expert faculty will cover a wide array of topics in geriatric psychiatry at an advanced level.


The online format will include recommendations of key up-to-date review papers, practice exam questions, reflective discussion of controversies, opportunity to ask faculty questions you’ve always wanted to know (but were afraid to ask), and to discuss clinical problems with peers and faculty. 


Along with access to the Geriatric Psychiatry Online, participants will also have access to all of the Banff, Ottawa, and Toronto National Review Course videos, as well as the references and handouts used during these courses. Should you wish to have access to the materials only, prices will be made available.

 

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