Wednesday, April 11, 2018 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM EDT
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Latisha Anderson
CPRI Education
519-858-2774 x5554

Webinar: Practical Psychopharmacology for More Complex Mental Health Presentations: A 3 Part Series

Part 3: Anti-Depressants/Anti-Anxiety Medications

Dr. Ajit Ninan, MD, FRCPC, Medical Director

Joel Lamoure, RPh., DD., FASCP

Child & Parent Resource Institute 


The intended goal of this series of webinars is to facilitate clinical discussion regarding the pharmacologic management of complex mental health presentation in children/youth. These clients often use stimulants, antipsychotics, mood stabilizers, anti-depressants/anti-anxiety medications, each of which has their own risks and benefits from an evidence-informed lens.  Often times, mental health presentations can be complicated by symptom complexity, medical and mental health co-morbidities as well as medication related complexities, including kinetics, dynamics and polymorphisms.  The webinar will review factors to consider when prescribers are faced with similar situations.

There is no cost for webinars. Webinars use an online platform called Adobe Connect, which requires you to have a computer, internet connection, and access to a phone line. Adobe Connect works best in updated browsers such as Google Chrome or FireFox. To test your connection, please visit the Adobe Connect diagnostic page

CPRI webinars have limited capacity and are expected to fill quickly. Webinars that are in high demand may be offered again in the future. If you have registered and for any reason you cannot attend, please contact CPRI's Education & Learning Services CPRI.Educate@ontario.ca to cancel your registration.

Your reservation may not guarantee admission. As our events are free, it’s our policy to overbook. So we strongly recommend that you join the webinar early to access the meeting room before we reach the limit of users our system can support. As a courtesy for those who could not register, please contact cpri.educate@ontario.ca if you cannot attend the session.

**All of our webinars will take place from 10:30am-12:00pm Eastern Standard Time (EST) Unless otherwise specified.