"1. Introduction: The Stressed Sex? -- 2. Number Crunching: the pattern and prevalence of psychiatric problems -- 3. Digging deeper into the data -- 4. Emotional disorders -- 5. Alcohol and drug problems -- 6. Less common problems: eating disorders, anti-social personality disorder, and autism -- 7. Conclusion: putting the pieces together." - NLM
Diagnosis -- History -- Mental state examination and psychopathology -- Cognitive state examination and organic disease -- Office-based psychiatric assessment -- Understanding and managing relationships with patients -- Difficulties relating to psychosis -- Unpopular patients -- Values and beliefs -- Culture -- Who should i be? -- Interviewing with other team members -- Interviewing families and other informants -- In the community -- Fragmented interviewing and assessment -- 'Impossible' assessments -- Neurodevelopmental assessment -- Personality -- Risk and safety -- Record keeping and reports.
2008 Research Colloquium held on February 14, 2008 at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, SFU Vancouver.
Disc 1: Welcoming Remarks / BCMHARN Presentation by Dr. Bill Homer (BCMHARN) -- Early intervention in youth mental health: A best buy in mental health reform by Patrick McGorry (University of Melbourne) -- A message from the Mind Foundation of BC by Dr. Otto Forgacs (Mind Foundation of BC) -- Reducing aggression and violence in teens at high-risk through caregiver training: Theoretical model, evidence and translation to community practice by Dr. Marlene Moretti (Simon Fraser University)
Disc 2: Welcoming Remarks / CYHRNet Presentation by Dr. Bonnie Leadbeater (CYHRNet) -- Structural and functional brain changes in patients with never treated mood disorders by Dr. Glenda MacQueen (Mcmaster University) -- The school-based promotion of children's social and emotional competence: What does the research say? by Dr. Kimberly Schonert-Reichl (University of British Columbia)