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EPION’s #MyCannabisIQ resources: now available in French!

EPION is happy to announce that our MyCannabisIQ resources have been translated into French, and are now available for download, with limited print copies available to EPION member programs.

Launched in August 2018, the MyCannabisIQ initiative aims to educate clinical staff, families, and young people about the risks involved with cannabis use. 

Three MyCannabisIQ resources have been created to educate clinicians, families, and clients on important topics related to the legalization of cannabis. Particular emphasis has been placed on EPION’s role in helping to prepare stakeholders for productive conversations with youth about cannabis use in hopes of reducing the potential negative outcomes of cannabis use on recovery. 

These resources are available in English and French on the MyCannabisIQ website: mycannabisIQ.ca

If your program is interested in print copies of the French resources, please let us know via info@epion.ca.

EPION’s Metabolic Monitoring Tools: Instructional videos now available!

EPION’s Metabolic Monitoring Working Group developed three videos to highlight the suite of tools developed for metabolic monitoring. These resources are designed for community and hospital based psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, family physicians, and front line mental health specialists working with individuals and families dealing with psychosis.

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EPION launches MyCannabisIQ public education campaign about risks of Cannabis use

MEDIA RELEASE: Friday August 3, 2018

EPION launches MyCannabisIQ public education campaign about risks of Cannabis use

On the eve of Cannabis legalization in Canada, the Early Psychosis Intervention Ontario Network (EPION) is launching a new MyCannabisIQ campaign to educate clinical staff, families, and young people about the risks involved with cannabis use. (more…)

EPION and CCEIP Cannabis Resource Now Available

The Canadian Consortium for Early Intervention in Psychosis (CCEIP) has developed a cannabis resource in a convenient tear-off pad format. The CCEIP has partnered with Schizophrenia Society of Ontario (SSO) and EPION to include our logos and share the resource with our members. The CCEIP has offered to print and mail this pad to all EPI programs across the province that are identified on EPION’s website (www.help4psychosis.ca), and has provided us with a pdf version so that additional copies can be printed freely. (more…)