Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

35th Annual Conference

Accreditation
Target Audience:

Psychiatrists, Allied Health Professionals, Residents, Students

Hilton Quebec Hotel
1100 Boulevard René-Lévesque Est
Quebec
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Overview

An updated agenda is now available with all co-presenters (click icon above) or download in French.

2015 Theme: "Evidence Based Child Psychiatry in the Electronic Age"

Who Should Attend?

Psychiatrists, Allied Health Professionals, Residents, Students

Learning Objectives

To describe evidence-based approaches to the assessment and treatment of child psychiatric disorders.
To appreciate developmental and pathological influences of electronic media at different stages of child and adolescent development.
To discuss the role of electronic media in the assessment and treatment of child psychiatric disorders, the delivery of care and education.

For more information, visit www.cacap-acpea.org.

*Pour la brochure française, s'il vous plaît cliquez ici.

Agenda

Sunday October 4

0700        Registration/Exhibits with Coffee & Snacks

0845        Welcome and Opening Remarks
                     Dr. Chris Wilkes

0900        Award Presentation

0905        Keynote: Evidence Base for the Pharmacological and Non-Pharmacological Treatments for ADHD
                     Dr. Samuele Cortese

1000        Question Period

1015        Refreshment Break/Exhibits

1035        Award Presentation

1040        Keynote: Internet Gaming Disorder: A Virtual Addiction
                     Dr. Paul Weigle

1135        Question Period

1150        Lunch on Own/Exhibits  (1 hr 30 min break time)

1200        Editorial Board Committee
1215        Global Psychiatry Committee
1215        The CPA Section on Developmental Disabilities

1320        Return to Venue for Concurrent Sessions

1330        CONCURRENT SESSIONS A-D   (Discussion period follows each presentation)    

SESSION A:    Research Symposium: Developmental Psychopathology in Offspring of Parents with Severe Mental Illness
                                Co-Chairs: Dr. Kathleen Pajer and Dr. Rudolf Uher    
SESSION B:     Academic Perspectives: Stories of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (CAP) Subspecialty Training Experiences
                                Chair: Dr. Ruth Russell    
SESSION C:    Workshop: Providing Young People Access to Personalized Primary Mental Health Care through Accessible Technology: Sandbox Project
                                Chair: Dr. Nasreen Roberts
SESSION D:    Workshop: Building and Growing a Comprehensive Telepsychiatry Program
                                Chair: Dr. Tony Pignatiello

1500                 Refreshment Break/Exhibits     

1530                 CONCURRENT SESSIONS E-H   (Discussion period follows each presentation)

SESSION E:     Research Symposium: Youth Concurrent Disorders: Development, Screening, and Youth and Family Interventions
                                Chair: Dr. Joseph Beitchman
SESSION F:     Academic Perspectives: Critical Reflections on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and Child Psychiatry
                                Co-Chairs: Dr. John D. McLennan and Dr. Ellen Lipman
SESSION G:     Workshop: How Do We Disconnect from Technology and Connect with Each Other?
                                Co-Chairs: Dr. Hazen Gandy and Dr. Michael Cheng
SESSION H:     Special Interest Study Group: Somatic Symptom Disorders and Conversion Disorder
                                Chair: Dr. Claire De Souza

1700        Resident and Faculty Cinq-à-sept 

Monday October 5

0700    Registration/Exhibits with Coffee & Snacks

0730    Constitution Committee
0730    Professional Standards Committee
   
0845    Welcome and Opening Remarks

0900    Award Presentation

0905    Keynote: Treating Anxiety in Youth: Computer-Assisted and Web-Based Programs
                     Dr. Phil Kendall
   
1000    Question Period

1015    Refreshment Break/Exhibits

1035    Award Presentation

1040    Keynote: Texting, Tweeting and Cyberbullying: Clinical Implications of Adolescent Social Media Use
                     Dr. Erin L. Belfort

1135    Question Period

1200    Luncheon Roundtable Discussion on “Developing a Vision for CACAP’s Future”    
                  Come and share your insights! A complimentary lunch will be served.

1320    Return to Venue for Concurrent Sessions

1330    CONCURRENT SESSIONS I-L  (Discussion period follows each presentation)

SESSION I:    Research Symposium: Preclinical Staging of Children-Adolescents at Risk of Adult Major Psychoses
                                Co-Chairs: Dr. Michel Maziade and Dr. Peter Szatmari
SESSION J:     Academic Perspectives: Best Practices in Transitioning Youth with Mental Illness: From Research to Practice
                                Co-Chairs: Dr. Simon Davidson and Dr. Kristin Cleverley
SESSION K:    Workshop: La Technologie au Service d’une Communauté de Pratique en Santé Mentale Jeunesse   (A Technology-Assisted Community of Practice for Youth Mental Health)
                                Co-Chairs: Dr. Lucie Nadeau and Dr. Annie Pontbriand                      
                                NB: This presentation will be delivered in French. Discussion will take place in French and English.   
SESSION L:    Workshop: Mindfulness Interventions for Teens: Challenges, Tools and Clinical Applications
                                Co-Chairs: Dr. Audrey Gagnon-Mc Mahon and Dr. Éveline Perrier-Ménard

1500        Refreshment Break/Exhibits

1530        CONCURRENT SESSIONS M-P  (Discussion period follows each presentation)

SESSION M:    Research Symposium: Research Studies on Effects of Psychosocial Treatments in ADHD
                                Chair: Dr. Lily Hechtman
SESSION N:     Academic Perspectives: Benefits and Challenges of  Designing Mental Health Websites: Lessons Learned
                                Chair: Dr. Wendy Spettigue
SESSION O:     Workshop: Enseigner la Gestion    (Teaching Leadership)
                                Chair: Dr. Nathalie Gingras            
                                NB: This presentation will be delivered in French. Discussion will take place in French and English.
SESSION P:     Special Interest Study Group: Youth Suicide Prevention
                                Co-Chairs: Dr. Daphne Korczak, Dr. Clare Gray, and Dr. Kathryn Bennett   

1700    Conference Sessions End

1730    President’s Reception and Open Posters   *Everyone Welcome*

Tuesday October 6

0700        Registration/Exhibits with Coffee & Snacks

0700        Research & Scientific Program Committee
0700        Education Committee
0730        Advocacy Committee
0730        Credentials Committee
       
0845        CONCURRENT SESSIONS Q-T   (Discussion period follows each presentation)

SESSION Q:    Symposium: Enhancing Mental Health Care through Technology: International Innovations
                                Chair: Dr. Kathleen Pajer
SESSION R:     Academic Perspectives: Teaching Child & Adolescent Psychiatry in an Electronic Age
                                Chair: Dr. Chetana Kulkarni
SESSION S:    Workshop: Managing 'Big Fears' in Little Kids with Evidence-based CBT
                                Co-Chairs: Dr. Diane Benoit and Ms. Brittany Rosenbloom
SESSION T:    Special Interest Study Group: DBT for Adolescents: Towards a National Community of Practice
                                Co-Chairs: Dr. Marjorie Robb and Dr. Khrista Boylan

1045        General Assembly & Awards (Lunch Provided)

1205        Keynote: Towards Long-Term Recovery in Early Psychosis: Novel Social Media and Mobile Based Interventions for Young People
                               Dr. Mario Alvarez-Jimenez

1315        Question Period

1330        End of Conference - Have a Safe Journey Home!

Key Speakers

Mario Alvarez-Jimenez, PhD, D.Clin.Psy

Associate Professor, The National Centre Of Excellence in Youth Mental Health, The University Of Melbourne
“Towards Long-Term Recovery in Early Psychosis: Novel Social Media and Mobile Based Interventions for Young People”

 

Erin L. Belfort, MD

Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Tufts University School of Medicine
“Texting, Tweeting and Cyber-bullying: Clinical Implications of Adolescent Social Media Use”

 

Samuele Cortese, MD, PhD

Clinical Associate Professor, University of Southampton, UK;Adjunct Associate Professor, New York University, USA
“Evidence Base for the Pharmacological and Non-Pharmacological Treatments for ADHD”

 

Phil Kendall, PhD, ABPP 

Distinguished University Professor, Laura H. Carnell Professor of Psychology, Temple University
“E-Health Intervention and Parent Training for Anxiety Disorders”

 

Paul Weigle, MD

 Associate Medical Director of Natchaug Hospital, an affiliate of Hartford Healthcare
“Internet Gaming Disorder - a Virtual Addiction”

 

 


Cost

By Sept 14, 2015 
After Sept 14 & Onsite 
FULL CONFERENCE RATES
CACAP Members and Presenters
$475 
$650 
Non Members (PhD/MD) 
$715 
$905 
Other Allied Health Professions 
$180 
$245 
Residents/Graduate Students 
$180 
$245 
Medical Students* 
$0 
$0 
Industry 
$715 
$905 
DAILY RATES
CACAP Members and Presenters
$225/day 
$300/day 
Non Members (PhD/MD) 
$325/day 
$400/day 
Other Allied Health Professions 
$100/day 
$135/day 
Residents/Graduate Students 
$100/day 
$135/day 
Industry 
$325/day 
$400/day 

 

*Medical Students must provide proof of status when checking in at the conference. Otherwise, a registration fee will apply.


  • Paper copies of the conference syllabus are available for pre-purchase at time of registration ($20). A limited number of paper copies will also be available for sale onsite (first-come, first-served).

  • Complimentary e-syllabus (electronic copies of the presentations and abstracts) will be distributed to all delegates during the conference. For your convenience, free WiFi will be provided in the meeting rooms.

  • Meals will be primarily on your own. Some beverages and snacks will be provided during the day with excellent suggestions nearby for your meals in downtown Quebec City.

  • If you are interested in becoming a Monitor for this conference please send an email to:  michelle.b@ubc.ca before July 31, 2015.  *Monitors receive complimentary registration to the conference.
Cancellations and Refunds

Accommodation

Hilton Quebec
1100 Boulevard René-Lévesque Est
Quebec  Quebec  G1R 4P3
Canada

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

** Per our contract, guests needed to book before Sept 2 to get into the reduced group rate. At this point the hotel has closed the rate and their regular rates apply. **

The Hilton Quebec City hotel is the perfect base for exploring the heritage and charm of Canada's oldest city. Located on Parliament Hill, Hilton Quebec is just a 20-minute drive to Quebec International Airport and five minutes from the train and bus stations. This Quebec City hotel is steps from all major tourist attractions and festivals. Enjoy proximity to the city's government and business attractions. Visit the Old Town to take in Quebec's culture and historical significance.

 

3:00pm Check-in  /  12:00pm Check-out
24-hour cancellation policy

T: 418-647-2411
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