The first annual META:PHI conference was held on September 21-22, 2018.


Introduction and welcome – Kate Hardy, Sarah Clarke (META:PHI)
Engaging patients in care: Lessons learned from the Ottawa RAAM clinic – Kim Corace, Melanie Willows (The Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre)
Anishnawbe Health Toronto: Rapid Access to Addiction Medicine – Peter Wynne, Sheryl Lindsay, Leslie Saunders (Anishnawbe Health Toronto)
Considerations when working with women – Lindsay Williams (Breakaway Addiction Services)
Special population considerations: The older adult – Marilyn White-Campbell (Reconnect Community Mental Health Services)
Approaches for working with adolescents and youth who use alcohol and drugs – Sharon Cirone (St. Joseph's Health Centre)
Substance use in pregnancy: Top 10 tips for working with pregnant women – Suzanne Turner (St. Michael's Hospital)
Medical and psychosocial management of benzodiazepines, crystal meth, cocaine, and cannabis – Wiplove Lamba (St. Michael's Hospital)
Engaging communities in the RAAM clinic process – Mike Franklyn, Stephanie Paquette, Paola Folino (Health Sciences North)
Supporting families of those who use substances – Irene Njoroge, Leslie Molnar (META:PHI)
Best practices for RAAM clinics – Meldon Kahan (META:PHI)
Developing community pathways – Camille Keith (META:PHI)
Emergency department care in the RAAM era: A critical partnership – Larry Nijmeh (Lakeridge Health)
Trauma-informed care – Leslie Molnar, Irene Njoroge (META:PHI)


Day 1 webcast
Day 2 webcast