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									                       PGY-2 YEAR: 2012-2013 CORE CURRICULUM WORKSHOPS
                       Location: CAMH-Clarke Site, Boardroom 801, (9:00 am to 5:00pm)
              Please check website http://postgrad.utpsychiatry.ca/core-curriculum/ or U of T PORTAL for updated schedule

Goal: To provide a comprehensive foundation in general psychiatry, for developing psychiatric residents, including exposure to the basic sciences
underlying psychiatric practice and an overview of the major clinical issues in adults.
Readings: All residents attending the Core Curriculum lectures will be expected to have read the appropriate chapter in 10th Edition of Synopsis of
Psychiatry or other assigned reading prior to the Core Curriculum lecture itself. Electronic Access - Go to utoronto.ca; then click on “library”;
then click on “electronic resources” and in the text box, enter “Kaplan & Sadock.” Both the Child & Adolescent text along with the Comprehensive
text appear as the first few listings followed by the Concise Textbook 3rd edition (2008). You can then connect through the link by either using you
Utorid or your library card.
Feedback: On day of workshop, you will be expected to complete a paper Supervisor’s Evaluation Form of each presenter.
Attendance: Core Curriculum attendance will be monitored. You will be required to Sign-in each morning by 9:30am. Signing in for your
colleagues will be viewed as a major breach of professionalism. Attendance will be reflected on your ITER evaluation under the category of
“Professionalism.” Attendance rates below 75% may result in an “unsatisfactory” rating, and will become part of your academic file.
Exam: Based on the content of each Core Curriculum session as well as Neuroscience Week. All exams are mandatory and must be written on
assigned dates. Not writing the exam will be viewed as a major breach of professionalism.
PGY 2 Afternoon Centralized Resident Groups: Please refer to the end of the schedule for Groups.    Workshop Lesson Plan &
                                                                                                     Handouts will be posted
                                                                                                         on Blackboard for
                                                                                                       residents to review &
                                                                                                          print as required


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                                                           ORIENTATION MORNING
            Wed. June 27, 2012                                                                              RS-2029  33 Russell St.
                                                                  9:00 am

1. Getting Started
Block Coordinator: Dr. Cliff Posel                                                                                 Tel : 416-480-6100
                                                                                                                   Email : cliff.posel@sunnybrook.ca
Educational Objectives:

At the completion of this block of the Core Adult General Psychiatry Curriculum, the resident will have acquired the following
competencies and will function effectively in:

    1. Demonstrating an awareness of structures of governance in mental health care, as well as an understanding of the major regional,
       national and international advocacy groups active in mental health matters.
    2. Recording and maintaining accurate and timely medical records for each patient seen; the record to include history, relevant
       physical examination, relevant investigations, diagnosis, understanding, and treatment plan.
    3. Synthesizing an effective level of clinical knowledge and understanding relevant to psychiatry regarding local health care
       regulations including but not restricted to the Mental Health Act, Personal Health Information Protection Act, Health Care Consent
       Act, Substitute Decisions Act, Ontarians with Disabilities Act, and other legislated reporting directives, etc…
    4. Assessing patient suitability for psychotherapy
    5. Recognizing and utilizing general common factors in psychotherapy


 Date        Start Time                                    Title                                Chapter(s)        Presenters                      Room
July 4        9:00-10:15       Reflective Practice: The Arts, Humanities
                                                                                                                  Dr. Allan Peterkin              801
                               and Reflection-Part I
             10:15-11:30 Psychopharmacology Seminar Begins                                                                                        801, 845
             11:30-12:45 Psychotherapy Seminar Begins                                                                                             852, 634
                                                                                                *CPSO policy
                               An Introduction to General                                       on Medical
              2:00-5:00        Psychiatry; Record Keeping                                       records           Dr. Robyn Waxman                801
                               * http://www.cpso.on.ca/policies/policies/default.aspx?ID=1686
July 11
          NO Session
July 18   9:00-10:15    Reflective Practice: Well-being &
                                                                                      Christopher Hurst      801
                        Managing Stress
          10:15-11:30 Psychopharmacology                                                                     801, 845
          11:30-12:45 Psychotherapy                                                                          852, 634
                      Advocating For Patients (income                  Chapter in
           2:00-5:00    replacement including welfare & ODSP,          Synopsis TBA
                                                                                      Dr. Susan Abbey        801
                        entitlement forms, return to work)
July 25   9:00-10:15    Reflective Practice: Hidden Curriculum                        Dr. Bruce Ballon       801
          10:15-11:30 Psychopharmacology                                                                     801, 845
          11:30-12:45 Psychotherapy                                                                          852, 634
                                                                                      Dr. Ari Zaretsky
           2:00-5:00    Introduction to CBT-Part 1                                                           801
                                                                                      Dr. Pat Rockman
Aug 1                   Reflective Practice: Interprofessionalism
          9:00-10:15                                                                  Donna Romano, RN       801
                        Reflecting On Working with Others
          10:15-11:30 Psychopharmacology                                                                     801, 845
          11:30-12:45 Psychotherapy                                                                          852, 634
           2:00-5:00  Introduction to CBT-Part 2                                      Dr. Ari Zaretsky       801
Aug 8     9:00-10:15    Reflective Practice: Mindfulness and
                                                                                      Dr. Bill Gayner        801
                        Reflection
          10:15-11:30 Psychopharmacology                                                                     801, 845
          11:30-12:45 Psychotherapy                                                                          852, 634
                                                                                      Dr. Jan Malat,
           2:00-5:00    Introduction to Psychodynamics                                                       801
                                                                                      Dr. Adrienne Tan
Aug 15    9:00-10:15  CBT1 Weekly Seminar Begins                                                             801, 845
          10:15-11:30 Psychopharmacology                                                                     852, 634
          11:30-12:45 Psychotherapy
                                                                       Chapter in     Dr. Justin Geagea,
           2:00-5:00    Mental Health Act and Legal Issues             Synopsis TBA                          801
                                                                                      Ms. Nyranne Martin
Aug 22    9:00-10:15  CBT2
                                                                                                             801, 845,
          10:15-11:30 Psychopharmacology
                                                                                                             852, 634
          11:30-12:45 Psychotherapy
                                                                       Chapter in     Dr. Justin Geagea,
           2:00-5:00    Capacity Evaluation                            Synopsis TBA                          801
                                                                                      Ms. Nyranne Martin
Aug 29                                                                                Dr. Justin Geagea,
             9:00       CCB                                                                                  801
                                                                                      Ms. Nyranne Martin
            12:00       PRAT SUMMER PICNIC
Sept 5    9:00-10:15  CBT3
                                                                                                             801, 845
          10:15-11:30 Psychopharmacology                                                                     852, 634
          11:30-12:45 Psychotherapy
                      The Mental Health System
                      Mental Health Advocacy and                       Chapter in     Drs. Leslie Buckley,   576 Church
           2:00-5:00                                                   Synopsis TBA                          St. 2 floor
                      Community Visit-Progress Place                                  Cliff Posel
                        (full location details log on to Blackboard)
Sept 12      9:00-10:15 CBT4
            10:15-11:30 Psychopharmacology                                                                                   801, 845
            11:30-12:45 Psychotherapy                                                                                        852, 634
                            Achieving & Sustaining Psychotherapy
                            Effectiveness: Interpersonal
                            &Relational Aspects of Formulation &                                Drs. Paula Ravitz &
             2:00-5:00                                                                                                       801
                            the Therapeutic Alliance-A                                          Elyse Dubo
                            Demonstration of Psychodynamic
                            Psychotherapy
Sept 19      9:00-10:15 CBT5
            10:15-11:30 Psychopharmacology                                                                                   801, 845
                                                                                                                             852, 634
            11:30-12:45     Psychotherapy
                            An Evidence-Based Approach to the
             2:00-5:00                                                                          Dr. Molyn Leszcz             801
                            Practice of Group Therapy
            SR1 = supplemental readings as textbook does not adequately cover this area with respect to the Canadian context




2. SCHIZOPHRENIA
Block Coordinator: Dr. Albert Wong                                                               Tel: 416-535-8501 x4010
                                                                                                 Email: albert.wong@utoronto.ca
Educational Objectives
       To know the main neurobiological abnormalities in schizophrenia
       To appreciate the uncertainties in diagnostic classification and symptom categorization in schizophrenia and related psychotic
        disorders
       To know the major current theories about the etiology of schizophrenia
       To learn the basic pharmacological and behavioural approaches to the treatment of schizophrenia
 Date       Start Time                           Title                        Chapter(s)        Presenters                   Room
Sept 26                     NO Session - Yom Kippur
Oct 3                       Lecture I: History, Diagnosis,                    Chapter in
             9:00-12:00                                                       Synopsis 13       Dr. Albert Wong              801
                            Phenomenology, Epidemiology                       &14
                            PSYCHOTHERAPY DAY- Dr. Molyn
             1:00-5:00      Leszcz                                                              Dr. Nancy McWilliams         MSH-18 flr
                            Location: 18 floor MSH Auditorium
Oct 10       9:00-10:15     CBT6
                                                                                                                             801, 845
            10:15-11:30     Psychopharmacology
                                                                                                                             852, 634
            11:30-12:45     Psychotherapy
                                                                              Chapter in
                            Lecture II: Neurobiology,
             2:00-5:00                                                        Synopsis 13       Dr. Albert Wong              801
                            Treatment                                         &14
3. PERSONALITY DISORDERS
Block Coordinator: Dr. Carmen Wiebe                                                                    Tel: 416-535-8501 x2368
                                                                                                       Email: carmen_wiebe@camh.net
Educational Objectives
       To be familiar with the current DSM-IV-TR Axis II personality disorders (PDs).
       Full awareness of the strengths and limitation of the DSM-IV-TR Axis II PDs.
       Familiarity with alternative dimensional models of personality psychopathology and the strengths and weaknesses of these
        approaches, from a research and clinical perspective.
 Date        Start Time                             Title                         Chapter(s)           Presenters                    Room
Oct 17       9:00-10:15       CBT7
                                                                                                                                     801, 845
            10:15-11:30       Psychopharmacology
                                                                                                                                     852, 634
            11:30-12:45       Psychotherapy

             2:00-5:00        STUDY AFTERNOON 1 – Exam (Date of LMCC Exam- Oct 27 & 29)
                              Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada (LMCC): http://www.mcc.ca/en/
Oct 24       9:00-10:15 CBT8                                                                                                         801, 845
            10:15-11:30 Psychopharmacology                                                                                           852, 634
            11:30-12:45 Psychotherapy
                        STUDY AFTERNOON 2 – Exam
                              Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada (LMCC)
Oct 31       9:00-10:15       CBT9                                                                                                   801, 845

            10:15-11:30       Psychopharmacology
                                                                                                                                     852, 634
            11:30-12:45       Psychotherapy
                              Personality Disorders: Recent
             2:00-5:00                                                            N/A                  Dr. Lena Quilty               801
                              History and Future Directions
Nov 7       9:00              PRAT FALL RETREAT
Nov 14
             9:00-10:15       CBT10
                                                                                                                                     801, 845
            10:15-11:30 Psychopharmacology                                                                                           852, 634
            11:30-12:45 Psychotherapy
                        Overview of the Borderline
             2:00-5:00 Personality Disorder & Medication N/A                                           Dr. Robert Cardish            801
                        treatments for BPD
Nov 21                                                                            Chapter 27 –
                              Dialectical Therapy in the                          Chapter 35.5 – pp.
             9:00-12:00                                                           944-946              Dr. Carmen Wiebe              801
                              Treatment of BPD                                    See Lesson Plan
                              MANAGER CURRICULUM –
              1:00-4:00
                              Teamwork
                                                                                                       Dr. Molyn Leszcz              801
            The chapters are from the following book (Oldman, J.M., Skodol, A.E., & Bender, D.S. (2005) Textbook of Personality Disorders.
            Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.
4. ANXIETY DISORDERS
Block Coordinator: Dr. Peggy Richter                                                       Tel: 416-480-6832
                                                                                           Email: Peggy.Richter@sunnybrook.ca
Educational Objectives
       To review the biopsychosocial aspects of anxiety disorders
       To appreciate the range of assessment tools for anxiety disorders
       To learn evidence-based treatment approaches for adult anxiety disorders

 Date       Start Time                          Title                      Chapter(s)      Presenters              Room
Nov 28
             9:00-10:15      CBT11
                                                                                                                   801, 845
            10:15-11:30      Psychopharmacology                                                                    852, 634
            11:30-12:45      Psychotherapy
                             Neurobiology and
                             Psychopharmacology of Anxiety
              2:00-5:00                                                                    Dr. Peggy Richter       801
                             Assessment & Treatment of
                             Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Dec 5        9:00-10:15      CBT12
                                                                                                                   801, 845
            10:15-11:30      Psychopharmacology
                                                                                                                   852, 634
            11:30-12:45      Psychotherapy
                             Assessment and Treatment of
             2:00-5:00                                                     Pg: 622-627     Dr. Peggy Richter       801
                             Anxiety Disorders
Dec 12       9:00-10:15      CBT13
                                                                                                                   801, 845
            10:15-11:30      Psychopharmacology
                                                                                                                   852, 634
            11:30-12:45      Psychotherapy
                             Assessment and Treatment of
             2:00-5:00                                                     Pg: 622-627     Dr. Peggy Richter       801
                             Anxiety Disorders
Dec 19                                                                     Chapter in
            9:00-12:00       PTSD and Trauma                               Synopsis 16.4
                                                                                           Dr. Clare Pain          801
                                                                                                                   801, 634,
                                                                                           Dr. Kien Dang
                                                                                                                   852, 845
            1:00-5:00        TEACHING TO TEACH                                             Dr. Jodi Lofchy
                                                                                           Dr. Andrea Waddell
Dec 24-                                                    U of T Seasonal Holiday
Jan 4                                          Monday December 24, 2012 to Friday January 4, 2013
5. MOOD DISORDERS
Block Coordinator: Dr. Robert Levitan                                                            Tel: 416-535-8501 x4020
                                                                                                 Email: Robert_levitan@camh.net
Educational Objectives
       To review the epidemiology, clinical presentation, and biological basis of mood disorders
       To develop an approach to the treatment of depression and bipolar disorder
       To understand important clinical and research issues in the evaluation and management of mood disorders

 Date      Start Time                            Title                        Chapter(s)         Presenters               Room
Jan 7 -    9:00 – 5:00
                           NEUROSCIENCE WEEK – Albert Wong                                                                CS 801
Jan 10
Fri. Jan                   NEUROSCIENCE DAY – Dr. Karl Deisseroth, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Stanford
11                         University                                                                                     MSH 18
                                                                                                                          flr
                           9:00-12:00 Mt.Sinai Hospital-18 fl. Auditorium (All Residents)                                 Auditorium
                           1:00-5:00 CAMH 801- Follow-up Session (PGY 2)
Jan 16                                                                        Chapter in
                           1. Pathophysiology of Depression                   Synopsis:          Dr. Peter Giacobbe
            9:00-12:00                                                        3.1-3.5; 15.1                               801
                           2. Subtypes of Major Depression                                       Dr. Robert Levitan
             1:00-5:00     Manager Curriculum – Conflict                                         Dr. Janice Stein         801
Jan 23      9:00-10:15     Motivational Interviewing Begins                                                               801
              10:15-
                           Psychopharmacology
              11:30                                                                                                       801, 845,
              11:30-                                                                                                      852, 634
                           Psychotherapy
              12:45
                                                                                                 Dr. Andrea Levinson
                           Early Intervention for Mood                        Chapter in         Dr. Chloe Leon
             2:00-5:00                                                        Synopsis: 15.1;                             801
                           disorders                                          4.2                Ms Janice Harris
                                                                                                 Ms Tanya Imrie
Jan 30
            9:00-10:15     Motivational Interviewing                                                                      801
              10:15-
                           Psychopharmacology
              11:30                                                                                                       801, 845,
              11:30-                                                                                                      852, 634
                           Psychotherapy
              12:45
                                                                              Chapter in
                                                                              Synopsis:          Dr. Ayal Schaffer
             2:00-5:00     Bipolar Disorder                                   15.1,2 ;           Dr. Benjamin Goldstein
                                                                                                                          801
                                                                              36.19,20,35
                           GROUP DAY- Dr. Molyn Leszcz                                                                    MSH, Rm:939
Feb 6      9:00            Location: MSH, Rm:939 - 9th Floor – Group Rooms                                                Group Rooms
Feb 13      9:00-10:15     Motivational Interviewing                                                                      801
              10:15-
                           Psychopharmacology                                                                             801, 845
              11:30
              11:30-
                           Psychotherapy                                                                                  852, 634
              12:45
                                                                              Chapter in
                           1. Psychotherapy for Depression                    Synopsis:          Dr. Sian Rawkins
             2:00-5:00                                                        35.9;11,13;36.23                            801
                           2. Pharmacotherapy of Depression                   , 28, 34
                                                                                                 Dr. Anthony Levitt
6. LAW AND MENTAL HEALTH
Block Coordinator: Dr. Mark Pearce& & Treena Wilkie                                                  Tel: 416-535-8501 x 2835
                                                                                                     Email: Mark_Pearce@camh.net
                                                                                                     Treena_Wilkie@camh.net
Educational Objectives
       The student will learn the empirical basis for, and the phenomenology of, impulse control disorders.
       The student will understand the static and dynamic risks for violence flowing from personality dysfunction.
       The student will learn about systemic and case-specific variables leading to the criminalization of the mentally ill.

Date           Start Time                           Title                        Chapter(s)        Presenters                   Room
Feb 20          9:00-10:15       Motivational Interviewing                                                                      801
               10:15-11:30       Psychopharmacology                                                                             801, 845
               11:30-12:45       Psychotherapy                                                                                  852, 634
                                 1. The Forensic Mental Health
                                                                                                   Dr. Mark Pearce
                2:00-5:00           System                                       N/A                                            801
                                 2. Malingering
                                                                                                   Dr. Jeff McMaster
Feb 27             9:00          PRAT WINTER RETREAT
Mar 6           9:00-10:15       Critical Appraisal Seminar Begins                                                              801
               10:15-11:30       Psychopharmacology                                                                             801, 845
               11:30-12:45       Psychotherapy                                                                                  852, 634
                                 Violence Risk Assessment and
                2:00-5:00                                                        N/A               Dr. Lisa Ramshaw             801
                                 the HCR-20
Mar 13          9:00-10:15       Critical Appraisal Seminar                                                                     801
               10:15-11:30       Psychopharmacology                                                                             801, 845
               11:30-12:45       Psychotherapy                                                                                  852, 634
                                 Adult Antisocial Behaviour
                2:00-5:00                                                        N/A               Dr. Treena Wilkie            801
                                 Criminality and Violence
Mar 20          9:00-10:15       Critical Appraisal Seminar                                                                     801
               10:15-11:30       Psychopharmacology                                                                             801, 845
               11:30-12:45       Psychotherapy                                                                                  852, 634
                2:00-5:00        Paraphilias                                     Chapter 18        Dr. Scott Woodside           801
7. Women’s Mental Health
Block Coordinator: Dr. Gail Robinson                                                                Tel: (416) 340-3048
                                                                                                    Email: Gail.Robinson@uhn.on.ca
Educational Objectives
At the end of the two seminars residents should:

 Date        Start Time                            Title                      Chapter(s)        Presenters                Room
Mar 27
             9:00-10:15       Critical Appraisal Seminar                                                                  801
             10:15-11:30      Psychopharmacology                                                                          801, 845
             11:30-12:45      Psychotherapy                                                                               852, 634
                              Sexual Assault & Domestic
                                                                              See Lesson        Dr. Gail Robinson
              2:00-5:00       Violence                                        Plan                                        801
                                                                                                Dr. Karen Abrams
                              Stalking
Apr 3                         Prenatal Mood &Anxiety
                                                                                                Dr. Dr. Alicja Fishell
             9:00-12:00       Disorders                                       Chapter 30                                  801
                                                                                                Dr. Sophie Grigoriadis
                              PMDD and Menopause
                              Manager Curriculum – Self & Career
              1:00-5:00
                              planning
                                                                                                Dr. Susan Lieff           801




8. SOCIOCULTURAL DIMENSIONS OF PSYCHIATRY

Block Coordinator: Dr. Ken Fung                                                                     Tel: 416-603-5349
                                                                                                    Email: ken.fung@uhn.on.ca
Educational Objectives
       To consolidate knowledge and skills from previous cultural psychiatry curriculum.
       To refine knowledge and skills to conduct culturally competent psychiatric assessments.
       To refine knowledge and skills to provide culturally competent psychiatric interventions.

 Date        Start Time                            Title                      Chapter(s)        Presenters                Room
Apr 10                        Cultural Psychiatry: Focus on                                     Drs. Kenneth Fung,
                 9:00                                                         pp 521-524                                  801
                              Assessment                                                        Sam Law
                              CULTURAL PSYCHIATRY DAY-                                                                    MSH
                 1:15          Dr. Ken Fung/Dr. Lisa Andermann                                                            Auditorium
Apr 17       9:00-10:15       Critical Appraisal Seminar                                                                  801
             10:15-11:30      Psychopharmacology                                                                          801, 845
             11:30-12:45      Psychotherapy                                                                               852, 634
                              Cultural Psychiatry: Focus on                                     Drs. Kenneth Fung,
             9:00-12:00                                                       pp 525                                      801
                              Interventions                                                     Kwame Mckenzie
9. DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS
Block Coordinator: Drs. Yona Lunsky and Elspeth Bradley                                         Tel: 416-925-5141
                                                                                                Email: e.bradley@utoronto.ca
Educational Objectives - At the end of the two seminars residents should:

        Understand the difference between disability (e.g., mental retardation and Pervasive Developmental disorders – DSMIV-TR) and
         illness (e.g., physical and psychiatric) and implications for the psychiatric understanding and assessment of persons with
         intellectual disabilities
        Appreciate the impact of such developmental disabilities on the aetiology, presentation and treatment of mental health
         disturbances (e.g., psychiatric and behavioural disorders) in persons with intellectual disabilities
        Be able to apply a systematic, comprehensive and empathic approach to the evaluation of mental health disturbances in persons
         with intellectual disabilities recognizing the complexity of, not infrequent, medical, emotional and psychiatric co-morbidity.

 Date        Start Time                          Title                       Chapter(s)       Presenters                   Room
Apr 24                       Reflective Practice: Psychiatry and the
             9:00-10:15                                                                       Dr. Ronald Ruskin            801
                             Media -- Seminar Begins
            10:15-11:30 Psychopharmacology                                                                                 801, 845
            11:30-12:45 Psychotherapy                                                                                      852, 634
                        Autism & Pervasive                                   See Lesson       Drs. Elspeth Bradley,
             2:00-5:00                                                                                                     801
                        Developmental Disorder                               Plan             Stephanie Ameis
May 1                        Reflective Practice: The History of
             9:00-10:15                                                                       Prof E. Shorter              801
                             Psychiatry-Much To Reflect On
            10:15-11:30 Psychopharmacology                                                                                 801, 845
            11:30-12:45 Psychotherapy                                                                                      852, 634
                                                                             See Lesson       Drs. Yona Lunsky,
             2:00-5:00       Intellectual Disability                         Plan                                          801
                                                                                              Elspeth Bradley
10.OTHER PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS
Block Coordinator: Dr. Raed Hawa                                                              Tel: 416-603-5847
                                                                                              Email: raed.hawa@uhn.on.ca
Educational Objectives
       To have an approach on how to deal with patients who present with various somatic complaints that have been labeled as
        "functional".
       To understand the complexities of assessing and managing patients with sleeping and eating disorders.
       To become familiar with the presentation of earlier experiences and diagnoses of "trauma" and "ADHD" as adults.

 Date       Start Time                          Title                      Chapter(s)        Presenters                  Room
                             Reflective Practice: Writing Your Way
May 8        9:00-10:15                                                                      Ronna Bloom                 801
                             Out of a Paper Bag
            10:15-11:30      Psychopharmacology                                                                          801, 845
            11:30-12:45      Psychotherapy                                                                               852, 634
              2:00-5:00      Sleep Medicine & Sleep Disorders              24                Dr. Raed Hawa               801
                             Somatoform Disorders and                                        Drs. SusanAbbey,
May 15      9:00                                                           17                                            801
                             Factitious Disorders                                            Raed Hawa
                                                                                                                         MSH-18 fl
            1:15-            ADVOCACY DAY- Dr. Amy Cheung
                                                                                             TBC                         Auditoriu
            4:00             Mt. Sinai Hospital-18 fl. main auditorium                                                   m
                             Reflective Practice: Managing Time
May 22       9:00-10:15                                                                      Dr Christopher Hurst
                             and Fatigue
            10:15-11:30      Psychopharmacology                                                                          801, 845
            11:30-12:45      Psychotherapy                                                                               852, 634
                              1. Adult ADHD                                                  Dr. Daniel Gorman
              2:00-5:00                                                    43                                            801
                              2. Work Place Mental Health                                    Dr Ash Bender
May 29       9:00-10:15      Reflective Practice: Eugenics                                   Dr Sarah Colman             801
            10:15-11:30      Psychopharmacology                                                                          801, 845
            11:30-12:45      Psychotherapy                                                                               852, 634
              2:00-5:00      Dissociative Disorders                        43                Dr. C. Pain                 801
                             Reflective Practice: Seeing In
June 5       9:00-10:15                                                                      Dr Allison Crawford         801
                             Psychiatry-What Art Teaches Us
            10:15-11:30      Psychopharmacology                                                                          801, 845
            11:30-12:45      Psychotherapy                                                                               852, 634
              2:00-5:00      Eating Disorders                                                Dr. Allan Kaplan            801
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June 12     9:00-5:00        IPT TRAINING - Dr. Paula Ravitz
                                                                                                                         2029
June 19     9:00             PGY 2 EXAM - 801 Boardroom
                                           PGY 2 Morning Centralized Resident Groups
        Group 1 – Room 634                     Group 2 – Room 801                Group 3 – Room 845                Group 4 – Room 852
        Sunnybrook HSC                         St. Michael’s Hospital            Mount Sinai Hospital              University Health Network
        Boyle, Matthew                         Harrigan, Claire                  Bahathig, Alli                    Al Fakeh, Sulhi
        Gabilondo, Cedric                      Hayer, Lovneet                    Bai, Shari                        Alasiri, Rahaf
        Haggith, Yevgeniya (Gina)              Kitamura, Christopher             Charach, Nate                     Khanna, Robin
        Marlborough, Michelle                  Kelin, Hannah                     Hapke, Emma                       Neszt, Michael
        Mumtaz, Soraya                         Krishnan, uday                    Sawyer, Amanda                    O’Brien, Darcy
        Nica, Irina                            Mills, Rosanne                    Uy, Paul                          Richards-Bentley,
        Holiff, Jacqueline                     Riva-Cambrin, Jeremy                                                Christopher
                                                                                 St. Joseph’s HC
        (WCH/SHSC)                             Wilson-Ewing, Tessa
                                                                                 Benassi, Paul
        North York General                                                       Lachance, Laura
        Ah-Sue, Sherie
        Broad, Kathleen
        Wang, Karen



                                                   PGY 2: Wednesday Morning Seminars
                                                    (This is a mandatory seminar experience for all PGY-2s)
                                  Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a short term evidence-based psychotherapy used in the treatment of mood, anxiety and other
                                  psychiatric disorders. It is based on the principle that emotions, thoughts and behaviours are interconnected and that this
                                  relationship can be used in the service of altering emotional states.
             CBT
                                  Students will be exposed to the basic principles and techniques of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with an emphasis on skill
     Dr. Mark Fefergrad
                                  acquisition. Sessions will consist of didactic, interactive and experiential components and will take place in large and small group
(refer to schedule for details)
                                  formats.
                                  Teachers: Drs. Mark Fefergrad, Greg Chandler, Hester Dunlap, Ken Fung, Chloe Leon, Pat Rockman, Steven Selchen and
                                  Jared Peck
      Critical Appraisal
       Dr. Paul Kurdyak
                                  Teachers: Drs. Amy Cheung, Paul Kurdyak, David Streiner, Carol Strike
       Dr Simone Vigod
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 Motivational Interviewing
                                  Teachers: Drs. Kam Balchand, Leslie Buckley, Carolyn Cooper, Tim Godden, Anu Goodman, Tim Guimond, Mattias Keay, Susan
       Dr. Pam Stewart
                                  Quesnel, Wayne Skinner, Pamela Stewart
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                                  This introductory psychopharmacology seminar series is focused on general principles and follows a set curriculum, with assigned
                                  readings for each week. For each medication category, there are 3 main teaching components, beginning with Mechanisms (which
                                  covers specified chapters from Stahl's 'Essential Psychopharmacology' 2008), Research/Guidelines (which covers important
                                  research papers, treatment guidelines, and specifics of individual agents), and Application (clinical cases developed to highlight
   Psychopharmacology             various teaching points). The bulk of the seminar series takes place in small group learning environments facilitated by
        Dr. Jared Peck            knowledgeable faculty. In addition, there will be 3-4 expert panel debates interspersed throughout the year (large group format), in
(refer to schedule for details)   which guest speakers will address topical issues at greater depth.

                                  Teachers: SMH group - Drs. Sam Law, Lorne Tugg; Sunnybrook/NYGH - Dr. Jason Joannou; MSH/SJ - Drs. Jared Peck, Sian
                                  Rawkins, Steven Selchen, UHN - Drs. Sanjeev Sockinghan, Leslie Buckley

                                  This is a course that introduces students to the theory and practice of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. The course may be thought
                                  of as consisting of three components: practical matters (assessment, note-taking, boundaries etc.), basic concepts (the dynamic
       Psychodynamic              unconscious, transference, countertransference, defenses etc.) and major theories and theorists (an historical survey from Freud
       Psychotherapy              through Ego Psychology, Object Relations Theories, Self Psychology, Relational Psychoanalysis and Attachment Theory).
          Dr. Rex Kay             Students will be expected to read one article (most weeks) and come prepared to discuss the ideas with faculty and peers. Though
(refer to schedule for details)   often focussing on theory, there is an ongoing emphasis on making these ideas clinically relevant for the beginning therapist.
                                  Teachers: Drs. Rex Kay, Jan Malat, David Robertson, Harold Spivak, Pam Stewart, Adrienne Tan
                                  OUTSIDE THE BOX : A COURSE IN REFLECTION Psychiatric training is a powerful experience that shapes and challenges
                                  attitudes, beliefs, concepts of professionalism , wellness and sense of self.
                                  This new course looks at our work through various lenses, including history, film, literature, socio-economic status, business,
                                  religion, gender and culture.
     Reflective Practice
                                  The goal is to help you think and feel "outside the box" and to learn how to reflect on your role as a healer as well as a scientist.
     Dr. Allan D. Peterkin
(refer to schedule for details)   Provocative readings will be assigned, video clips will be viewed , mindfulness will be practised, definitions of physician wellness
                                  will be explored and even magic tricks will be performed ! You'll be asked to do short writing assignments for each of the ten
                                  sessions to hone your narrative competence and reflective capacity.
                                  Teachers: Dr. Ed Shorter, Dr. Leigh Hayden, Dr. Ronald Ruskin, Bill Gayner MSW , Dr. Bruce Ballon, Dr. Allan Peterkin, Dr
                                  Allison Crawford , Donna Romano PhD, Ronna Bloom MEd, and Christopher Hurst Med, Dr Sarah Colman

								
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