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Presentation – Ethics of Patient Inclusion (1)

Event poster text in article.Adventures in integrating mad people’s knowledge into psychiatry curriculum

In this presentation we will discuss:

  • Centering Madness: a course prioritizing service user knowledge, concepts and paradigms;
  • Challenges & opportunities teaching psychiatry residents;
  • Ways for you to become involved and engaged in these dialogues.

Wednesday October 16th

3:00 – 5:00PM

Training Room A, CAMH 1001 Queen Street West

Speakers Lucy Cost & Lauren Munro

For more info 416-535-8501 extension 33003

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