News & Events
News & Updates
Here you will find a sampling of news and announcements from EPION.
Two of EPION’s infographics with information on signs and symptoms of psychosis are now available in Portuguese.
French versions of the two new infographics created by the EPION Community of Interest are now available. (more…)
Two new infographics created by the EPION Community of Interest are now available! (more…)
On October 14 & 15, 2015, join EPION for its 10th anniversary celebration and conference at the Hilton Toronto Airport Hotel and Suites, 5875 Airport Road Mississauga, ON. (more…)
The EPION CoI has developed a new infographic highlighting the anatomy of first episode psychosis. This infographic describes the positive, negative, and cognitive symptoms that can accompany an psychosis episode. (more…)
On May 21st, the EPION Metabolic Monitoring and Research working group, with the sponsorship of the Ottawa On Track Program and support from EENet, hosted the Canadian iphYs Satellite Symposium – Keeping the Body in Mind, in Youth with Psychosis. Improving Health Outcomes in Youth with First Episode Psychosis. (more…)
The Cardiometabolic Risk Management resource provides a structured way to screen and begin metabolic interventions for individuals with mental illness, according to Canadian guidelines. It also defines the roles of the mental health and primary care teams. (more…)
On Wednesday May 13, 2015 join St. Joseph’s Healthcare and McMaster University at the 2015 Cleghorn Lecture & 2nd Annual Schizophrenia Professional Development Day. (more…)
The Early Psychosis Intervention Ontario Network (EPION) is pleased to announce their 10th Anniversary Conference in Toronto on October 14-15, 2015, with a pre-conference on October 13, 2015.
Join the next iphYs international symposia series on improving the physical health of young people with psychosis. During this one-day event, you’ll have the opportunity to interact with world-renowned experts on managing weight gain, metabolic syndrome and diabetes in persons receiving early psychosis intervention (EPI).