The second annual META:PHI conference was held on September 20, 2019.


Provincial overview and META:PHI supports – Kate Hardy (META:PHI), Sarah Clarke (META:PHI)
Clinical best practices in addiction medicine – Meldon Kahan MD CCFP FRCPC
Knowledge dissemination of addiction skills across clinical settings – Ken Lee MD MCFP(AM), Lori Regenstreif MD CCFP(AM) FCFP MScCH(AMH) CISAM, Jennifer Wyman MD CCFP FCFP DABAM MPH
Engaging community partners: Pilot with the Ontario Provincial Police – John Gorchinsky (OPP)
Engaging community partners: Collaborating with CAS – Ambreen Ladha (Children's Aid Society of Toronto)
Engaging community partners: Building pathways with social services – Barbara Andrade (City of Toronto)
Management of substance-induced psychosis, depression, and anxiety – Darren Holub MD FRCPC FASAM DABAM CCSAM
Thunder Bay RAAM clinic: Trauma-informed progress – Julia MacArthur (Thunder Bay Counselling), Darcy McWhirter (St. Joseph's Care Group), Georgina McKinnon (People Advocating for Change through Empowerment), Carleigh Taylor, Dilico Anishinabek Family Care
Making RAAMs accessible: Delivering culturally safe care to Indigenous clients – Sheryl Lindsay (Anishnawbe Health Toronto)
HIV and Hep C: Screening, educating, and referring patients in addiction settings – Courtney Thompson MD FRCPC MSc
Adjunct psychosocial services to RAAM – Leslie Molnar (Women's College Hospital)
Challenges in OAT treatment in fentanyl users – Anita Srivastava MD MSc CCFP


Transfer of care to PCP letter template (alcohol / opioids)
Initial visit letter template
Discharge letter template
Children's Aid Society of Toronto: How and why children enter CAS care
Child and Family Services: Reporting child abuse and neglect
FAR services
FAR summer newsletter


OTN webcast