Psychopharmacology for Clinicians -
An Introduction

April 14 - 15, 2018 - Register Here

Psychopharmacology for Clinicians is designed for health care practitioners currently working or intending to develop an expertise in the mental health field.

This comprehensive program will briefly review the pathophysiology of common mental health disorders as well as the pharmacology and place in therapy for antipsychotics, mood stabilizers, antidepressants and benzodiazepines. This practical program will provide the knowledge and skills to assist you in making confident therapeutic decisions to optimize patient care.

The program will focus on current guidelines and the use of evidence based resources to optimize therapy in complex cases where there are a number of medical issues in addition to the psychiatric disorders. It will also provide updates on new medication and current trends in psychiatry.


Who Should Attend?

This program will be of interest to health practitioners who wish to enhance their knowledge and skills to improve health outcomes for mental health clients.

This includes:

 

How Much?

$899 + HSTEarlybird Rate (Until February 1, 2018)
$999 + HST - Regular Rate

 

Where Do I Go?

Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy
8th Floor, 144 College Street
Toronto, ON M5S 3M2 
(At the corner of College St & University Ave - Queen's Park Subway Station)

 

Am I Eligible for Tuition Assistance?

You may qualify for funding from the Allied Health Professional Development fund. For more information, please visit their website at: https://www.ahpdf.ca/


Contact:

Ryan Keay
ryan.keay@utoronto.ca
416-978-7562