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Here you will find a sampling of news and announcements from EPION.
The EPION Metabolic Monitoring working group has adapted a guide developed by service users and practitioners from Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust in England. This guide was developed to empower service users to improve the quality of the care they receive. (more…)
The Niagara Region Mental Health (NRMH) EPI program is developing education around substance-induced psychosis ahead of legalization, targeted to staff, clients, families, and primary care. In anticipation of increased referrals related to substance use, this initiative aims to increase client awareness and harm reduction, and to support clinicians, families, and primary care to better understand and communicate potential risks associated with cannabis use in young people. (more…)
The Heads Up! Program recently received a Knowledge Award from Kingston Health Sciences Centre for their knowledge translation activities on the topic of cannabis and psychosis. Presentations have been made in high-schools, post-secondary institutions and in the media. The program’s cannabis education activities provide young people with information about the risks of cannabis use, sparking an important dialogue across the province. (more…)
Sign up for webinar #28 in the “Ask the Experts” webinar series: “Early Psychosis Intervention for Postsecondary Settings.”
Date: November 29, 2017
Time: 1 PM – 2 PM (EST) (more…)
Are you a primary care provider? Do you work with a client with early psychosis? The Early Psychosis Intervention Ontario Network (EPION) needs your feedback!
Over the past year EPION’s Community of Interest (CoI) has been working on a few documents to support primary care in the early detection and facilitation of access to our EPI services. We have created a generic letter and information sheet. (more…)
The Early Psychosis Intervention Ontario Network (EPION) community of interest recently presented a poster presentation at the Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario (AFHTO) 2016 Conference, “Leading primary care to strengthen a population-focused health system”. (more…)
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
As we approach our annual conference on May 16/17, I would like to invite you to an exciting pre-conference educational opportunity taking place on Monday May 15, 2017 in Toronto. (more…)
Join EPION for a two-day conference and explore different ways to define and understand success. (more…)