The next installment of Casey House’s mental health series for health care and support service providers caring for people living with, at risk for and affected by HIV.
Want to learn more about the impact of crystal meth in our communities?
Enhance your understanding of crystal methamphetamine use including: a medical/clinical perspective, the lived experience, the view from frontline service providers and resources for support as they relate to crystal meth use in our communities.
Join us for facilitated discussions which will include: Community insights and resources – the role of peer support in clinical practice – understanding the biochemistry and impact of crystal methamphetamine on the body
Registration is required, email email@example.com
Thursday March 28th – 9:15 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
The 519- 519 Church Street
Alexander Caudarella addiction physician and family physician, St. Michael’s hospital
Jean-Paul Michael support specialist at St. Michael’s hospital working with individuals who inject drugs, in particular those who have developed complications or infections
Dane Griffiths associate director at the Gay Men’s Sexual Health Alliance of Ontario (GMSH)
Mikiki who has worked in the Gay Men’s Health and HIV response in Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto, recently focusing on harm reduction outreach and HIV testing
Conference chairs and facilitators: Dr. Elise Hall, psychiatric consultant, Casey House psychiatrist, St. Michael’s Hospital & University of Toronto lecturer; Dr. Alan Wai, co-chief resident in psychiatry, St. Michael’s Hospital; Maureen Mahan, MEd, education development coordinator, Casey House
Casey House’s HIV series is intended as capacity building, knowledge exchange and education for health care professionals and HIV/AIDS service providers.
Registration is the time to advise us if you require assistance or have special requirements to ensure we can make every effort to accommodate these requests.