TOPIC: Palliative Care in HIV
SPEAKER: Dr. Bill Mah
DATE: Thursday, February 26, 2015
TIME: 12 noon – 1:30 pm
LOCATION: 519 Church Street Community Centre
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ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Dr. Bill Mah received his undergraduate medical training at the University of British Columbia. He completed his residency in psychiatry at the University of Western Ontario in 2003. Dr. Mah’s current interests and clinical practice centre on providing psychiatric assessment, medication management and individual psychotherapy to individuals with HIV and in the area of palliative care.
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Casey House HIV/AIDS & Mental Health: The Series
Capacity building, knowledge exchange and education for health care professionals and HIV/AIDS service providers.
HIV/AIDS is a dynamic and highly challenging disease, and Casey House remains committed to working together with our communities to provide superb and compassionate care. Drawing from our community of experts, both locally and internationally, Casey House plays a leading role in the Toronto community of AIDS service organizations in putting together conferences, workshops and symposiums in order to further our collective understanding of HIV/AIDS.
Program Director: Dr. Adriana Carvalhal, Consulting Psychiatrist, Casey House; Assistant Professor, Psychiatry, Health & Disease, University of Toronto; Director, Medical Psychiatry Consultation Service, St. Michael’s Hospital
Program Lead: Maureen Mahan, RN, MEd, Education Development Coordinator, Casey House