Portico, our new portal filled with professional resources, is now up and running. We are in the process of developing new content and partner sites, along with moving existing resources over from CAMH Knowledge Exchange, with links provided from the old pages to the new. We apologize for any technical or content-related issues you may experience while visiting Reseau Franco.
Please visit our new site, and sign up to be a part of the our Portico community.
Psychiatry in Primary Care : A concise Canadian pocket guide focuses on questions primary care health professionals may ask, actions they may take and recommendations they may make in their daily practice. The extracts that are posted on-line present a number of examples of possible screening questions for the different psychiatric disorders.
We have also translated the section entitled The patient with a substance abuse problem. To order the full text of this document in English consult our on-line store.
You Tube video in both French and English. For more information consult the CAMH website KnowledgeX.
A brochure for parents and caregivers. This product was created through a partnership between CAMH and the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario, the Ontario College of Pharmacists, and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario
The Mental Health Commission of Canada's voluntary standard for psychological health and safety in the workplace is now available. CAMH will be the first hospital in Canada to adopt the Mental Health Commission’s new National Standard of Canada.
This new resource promotes awareness about healthy use of these technologies, as well as the risks of becoming overly involved and sometimes even dependent on their use. A useful resource for parents.
The Société Santé en français and the Réseau des services de santé en français de l'Est de l'Ontario launched their new Orientations en santé mentale en français, favoriser le rétablissement dans sa langue containing four new priority mental health topics in French. The four orientations include: informing francophone communities; reinforcing community capacity; reinforcing mental health services in French throughout the life span and promoting research and knowledge exchange.
The Consortium national de formation en santé (CNFS), in collaboration with the University of Ottawa and the Université de Moncton, announced the web launch of its new online
resource, the Portail de formation linguistique et d’adaptation culturelle, en santé. For more information about the new portal visit the Website at www.cnfs.net.