Archived educational events
Women and Substance Use (Part 2)
On March 8, 2019, Social Work Educator Leslie Molnar presented the second part of her talk on women and substance use to the monthly META:PHI counsellor call.
Women and Substance Use (Part 1)
On February 8, 2019, Social Work Educator Leslie Molnar presented the first part of a talk on women and substance use to the monthly META:PHI counsellor call.
Seeking Safety in RAAM clinics
On January 11, 2019, Social Work Educator Leslie Molnar presented to the monthly META:PHI counsellor call on Seeking Safety.
Enhancing One-Meeting Potentials: An Introduction to Single-Session Practice in Healthcare
On November 9, 2018, Social Work Educator Leslie Molnar presented to the monthly META:PHI counsellor call on single-session therapy.
META:PHI Conference 2018: Share the experience, aspire for improvement
The 2018 META:PHI conference took place at Women's College Hospital on September 21–22, 2018. We were thrilled to welcome clinicians and administrators from across the province (and beyond!). Many thanks to everyone who attended and contributed to the conference!
Day 1 webcast
Day 2 webcast
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)