PROGRAM AT A GLANCE

EATON CHELSEA, TORONTO, ONTARIO

33 Gerrard Street West

Toronto, Ontario M5G 1Z4

Canada

Time

Monday, September 8, 2014

Room

3:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

CAGP Board Meeting (invite only)


           Gerrard

Time

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Room

7:00 a.m.

Registration

Churchill Court

Breakfast

Mountbatten

7:30 a.m.

Resident Breakfast (invite only)

Turner

8:30 a.m.

Welcome & Opening Remarks

Churchill

8:45 a.m.

Keynote – Dr. David Goldbloom

Churchill

10:00 a.m.

BREAK Posters and Exhibitors

Mountbatten Lane

10:30 a.m.

Symposium/Paper Block #1

See below

12:00 p.m.

LUNCH

Mountbatten

University Leaders’ Lunch (invite only)

Turner

CCSMH Steering Committee Lunch (invite only)

Mountbatten (reserved table)

 

Communications Committee Lunch (invite only)

James

 

Research Committee Lunch (all welcome)

Austen

1:00 p.m.

Plenary – Dr. Joel Sadavoy

Churchill

2:15 p.m.

Symposium/Paper Block #2

See below

3:15 p.m.

BREAK Posters and Exhibitors

Mountbatten Lane

3:45 p.m.

Workshop Block #1

See below

5:15 p.m.

5:45 p.m.

CAGP AGM – Wine & Cheese

CAGP AGM Registration

Mountbatten Lane

Churchill

Time

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Room

 

7:00 a.m.

Registration

Breakfast

Churchill Court

Mountbatten


8:30 a.m.

Welcome & Opening Remarks

Churchill


8:35 a.m.

Keynote – Dr. Eric Lenze

Churchill


9:45 a.m.

BREAK – Exhibitors

Mountbatten Lane


10:15 a.m.

Workshop Block #2

See below


11:45 a.m.

LUNCH & Awards Ceremony

Mountbatten


1:00 p.m.

Plenary – Dr. Mark Rapoport

Churchill



2:15 p.m.

 

Symposium/Paper Block #3

 

See below


Activity – King Lear at Stratford

3:00 – Depart

5:15 – Arrive

6:00 – Dinner

8:00 – King Lear

11:30 – Return


3:45 p.m.

BREAK – Exhibitors

Mountbatten Lane


4:00 p.m.

Workshop/Paper Block #3

See below


5:30 p.m.

END

 



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This event is an accredited group learning activity (section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, approved by the Canadian Psychiatric Association (CPA). The specific opinions and content of this event are not necessarily those of the CPA, and are the responsibility of the organizer(s) alone.

This program has been accredited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Ontario Chapter for up to 12.5 Mainpro-M1 credits.

 

CCSHM-CAGP JOINT SCIENTIFIC MEETING 2014 LEARNING OBJECTIVES

1.    Review novel intervention and treatment strategies in the field of seniors' mental health care.

2.    Explore emerging biomarkers and methods of assessment and diagnosis in seniors' mental illnesses.

3.    Explore national, provincial and local initiatives that impact service delivery to seniors with mental illness.

4.    To appreciate ways in which simulation, literature and theatre can inform the training of dementia caregivers and add insight into mental illness in older adulthood.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Dr. David Goldbloom
Professor of Psychiatry at University of Toronto, and Chair of the Mental Health Commission of Canada
Seniors’ Mental Health: A Perspective from the Mental Health Commission of Canada

Dr. Eric Lenze
Professor of Psychiatry at Washington University in St. Louis, and leading expert in Late-Life Anxiety Disorders

Managing Anxiety in Older Adults: 8 Simple Rules

PLENARY SPEAKERS

Dr. Mark Rapoport
Associate Professor of Psychiatry at University of Toronto, and President, Canadian Academy of Geriatric Psychiatry
Lear’s Shadow:  Contemporary Lessons on Differential Diagnosis in Geriatric Psychiatry

Dr. Joel Sadavoy

Professor of Psychiatry, University of Toronto, Inaugural CAGP President
Training Caregivers of Patients with Dementia


DISCLAIMER

The CCSMH and CAGP reserve the right to make necessary changes to this program. Every effort will be made to keep presentations and speakers as represented, however, unforeseen circumstances may result in the substitution or cancelation of a presentation topic or speaker.

 

SYMPOSIUM/PAPER SESSIONS

Paper presentations and symposia will expose you to some of the leading and innovative research in the file of seniors’ mental health. They will provide you with knowledge, strategies and resources you can employ right way.

Symposium/Paper Block #1 – Tuesday – 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Room

Symposium #1 – Novel Biomarker Development for Use in Clinical Interventions
Aristotle Voineskos, Daniel M. Blumberger, Tarek K. Rajji, Benoit Mulsant

Rossetti

Symposium #2 – Telepsychiatry: Clinical and Educational Applications in Geriatric Psychiatry
Cindy Grief, Lisa Sokoloff, David Conn, Rob Madan

Wren

Concurrent Paper Session #1

a.    Community Based Group Intervention for Older Adults experiencing low mood and stress: An Ontario Pilot Project- Jennifer Hardy, Scott Mitchell, Nasreen Khatri, Michaela Hynie

b. Dementia and Staff Grief
Mary Schulz

Scott

Concurrent Paper Session #2

a.    Investigating the Association between Perceived Autonomy and Suicide Ideation among Older Adults
Marnin Heisel, Gordon Flett, Gil Schreier, Sharon Moore

b.    Investigating Psychological Risk and Resiliency to the Desire to Hasten Death and Suicide Ideation among Community-Residing Older Adults
Marnin Heisel, Gordon Flett, Gil Schreier, Sharon Moore

c.    Meaning-Centred Men's Groups for Men Facing Retirement: A Preventive Intervention to Reduce Risk for Suicide
Marnin Heisel and the
Meaning-Centred Men's Group Project Team

Carlyle

 

Symposium/Paper Block #2 – Tuesday – 2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.

Room

Symposium #3 – Thinking Critically about Dementia through Theatre and Arts based Practices
Aynsley Moorhouse, LJ Nelles, Jenny Carr

Rossetti

Concurrent Paper Session #3

a.    Local Planning for Psychogeriatric Services: Use of the Mental Health Commission of Canada Guidelines
Carole Cohen, Faith Malach


b.    Culture Change Toward Person-Centred Care in Long Term Care Homes
Mary Schulz 

Carlyle

Concurrent Paper Session #4

a.    Self-Reported Mood and Subsequent Healthcare use in Older Emergency Department Patients: Results of a Multicenter Prospective Cohort Study
Aliya Ramjaun, Samir Sinha, John Hirdes, Andrew Costa

b.    Delirium Prevention, Screening and Management from Emergency Department to Discharge Follow-up
William A. Nisker, Lily Spanjevic, Trish Corbett

Scott

Concurrent Paper Session #5

a.    Collaborative Care Rounds Mental Health and Residential Care Outcomes
Christine Dobbelsteyn, Nirmal Kang, Lina Furminger, Sue Hundal

b.    Eliminating Stigma: A Focus on Seniors’ Mental Health
Bonnie Schroeder, Samantha Kolapak

Wren

 

   Symposium/Paper Block #3 – Wednesday – 2:15 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.

Room

Symposium #4 – Brain Stimulation Interventions in Late Life Mood and Cognitive Disorders
Sanjeev Kumar, Tarek K. Rajji, Daniel M. Blumberger

Rossetti

Symposium #5 – Hip Fracture Outcomes: a Mental Health Perspective
Andrea Iaboni, Kathy McGilton, Dallas Seitz

Wren

Concurrent Paper Session #6

a.    Managing BPSD in the Acute Care Hospital Setting: Scoping the Problem and Testing Solutions
Lesley Wiesenfeld, Jocelyn Bennett, Kiran Rabheru, Dallas Seitz, David Harvey

b.    Innovation in Behavior Support: Engaging and Enabling Innovation from Front Line Staff
Janet Chee, Dorothy Huang, Ivy Cheung

c.    An e-Learning Program about Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD)
Marie-Andrée Bruneau, Caroline Ménard

Scott

Concurrent Paper Session #7

a.    Fountain of Health: Bringing Mental Health Promotion into Clinical Practice
Meagan MacNeil, Vanessa Thoo

b.    A Supported Self-Care Intervention for Middle-Aged and Older Primary Care Patients with Depressive Symptoms in Association with Chronic Physical Conditions: a Randomized Controlled Trial
Jane McCusker, Martin G. Cole, Mark Yaffe, Erin Strumpf, Maida Sewitch, Tamara Sussman, Antonio Ciampi, Eric Belzile

c.    Participe présent: développement et validation d’un programme visant à promouvoir la participation communautaire des aînés vivant avec un problème de santé mentale
Manon Parisien, Kareen Nour, Alan Regenstreif, Ginette Aubin, Véronique Billette

Carlyle

WORKSHOPS

Workshops are highly interactive, lively and informative with significant opportunity for audience participation. These 90 minute sessions gives conference participants time to engage with presenters and their topics in a more in-depth way. Participants will be asked to register in advance.

Scott

Workshop Block #1 – Tuesday – 3:45 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.

Room

1.    Future of Geriatric Psychiatry Recruitment in Canada - Discussion about the Results of a Pan-Canadian Online Survey of Psychiatry Residents
Soham Rej, Vincent Laliberte, Melissa Andrew, Catherine Shea, Marla Davidson, Tricia Woo

Wren

2.    Promoting the Mental Health of At-Risk Seniors through Inter-Disciplinary Interventions
Simone Powell, Penny MacCourt, Patti Gorr

Carlyle

3.    The BC BPSD Algorithm – an Introduction to its Development and Practical Application
Carol Ward, Elisabeth Drance

Rossetti

4.    Violence Risk Assessment for Geriatric Psychiatrists
Zohar Waisman, Goran Eryavec
Scott
5.    Psychotherapy Groups for Long-Term Care Residents: Intervention Training Manual
Kenneth Schwartz


Gerrard

 

 

Workshop Block #2 – Wednesday – 10:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.

Room

6.    Innovation in Dementia Care: Therapeutic Simulation for Caregivers,
Joel Sadavoy
, J Nelles, Virginia Wesson

Wren

7.    Psychosis in the Elderly:  What’s New?
Corinne Fischer, Zahinoor Ismail, Tarek Rajji

Carlyle

8. Psychogeriatric Consultation in the Emergency Department: Questions Asked and Lessons Learned in the Service of Patient Care and Hospital Flow
Lesley Wiesenfeld, Mavis Afriyie-Boateng, Nana Asomaning, Carla Loftus

Scott

9.    An Affect Education Model for Professional Caregivers: A Two-Person Centred Approach for Managing Behavioural and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia in Long-Term Care
Kenneth Schwartz

Rossetti


Workshop/Paper Block #3 – Wednesday – 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Room

10. Preventing Suicide among Older Adults: From Assessment of Risk to Sensitive Care
Marnin Heisel, Bonnie Schroeder

Wren

11. A Systematic Approach to the Treatment of Agitation and Aggression Associated with Dementia
Benoit Mulsant, Tarek Rajji, Simon Davies, Donna Kim, Bruce Pollock

Rossetti

12. Psychiatric Day Hospital for Geriatric Depression: a Qualitative Study
Robert Madan, Kenneth Schwartz
A Community Outpatient Model for the Treatment of Depression: The Baycrest Psychiatric Day Hospital Intervention Training Manual
Kenneth Schwartz, Robert Madan, Judi Cohen

Scott

Concurrent Paper Session #8

a.    Predictors of Participation in an Inpatient Geriatric Rehabilitation Program
Diana Nicolici, Saba Shahab, Alva Tang, Erind Dvorani, Joanna Schechter, Peggy Arden, Ruki Kondaj, Nahid Kamsorkhi, Paul Katz, Linda Mah

b.    Modified Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Group Therapy with Cognitively Impaired Elderly
Anyssa Shakeri, Marisa Tuzi

c.    Grey Matter Volume Predicts Accurate Response Rate in Patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment and Older Controls during a Working Memory Task
Jun Ku Chung, Amer Burhan, Ariel GraffGuerrero


Carlyle

POSTERS

Posters will be displayed on Tuesday, September 9 during the two breaks in the Mountbatten Lane. There is a dedicated poster viewing Tuesday afternoon at the 3:15 p.m. break when poster authors will be present to answer questions. Award winning posters will be displayed on Wednesday in the Churchill Court.

Posters – Tuesday – Mountbatten Lane

Primary Presenter

  • 1.    Evaluation of a Symptom-Triggered Protocol Approach to the Management of Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome in the Geriatric Population

Peter Chan

  • 2.    Exploring Visual Attention as a Biomarker for Working Memory in Patients with Alzheimer's Disease

Sarah Chau

  • 3.    Treatment Algorithm for Agitation and Aggression in Alzheimer's and Mixed Dementia

Simon Davies

  • 4.    Mental Health Nurses: Gatekeepers for an Interprofessional Geriatric Community Mental Health Team

Dianne Dillon-Samson

  • 5.    Response without Remission with Right Unilateral Ultrabrief Pulse ECT:  Switch to Brief Pulse Unilateral ECT can be Effective.  A Report of Two Cases.

Holly Dornan

  • 6.    The Flipped Classroom and Social Media: Experiences with a Geriatric Psychiatry Unit in Undergraduate Medical Education.

Michelle Gibson

  • 7.    Cognitive Remediation for Older Patients with Schizophrenia: A Pilot Study

Angela Golas

  • 8.    Resident Needs and Attitudes Towards Geriatric Psychiatry: Results of a Pan-Canadian Online Survey of Psychiatry Residents

Vincent Laliberte

  • 9.    Cholinesterase Inhibitor Discontinuation in Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease: a Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials

Graham Mazereeuw

  • 10. Mindfulness-Oriented Interventions: Are They Beneficial for Older and Younger adult Psychiatric Inpatients?

Katerina Nikolitch

  • 11. Short-latency Afferent Inhibition of the Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex in Healthy Subjects

Yoshihiro Noda

  • 12. Health Care Experiences in Primary Care: Perspectives of Community-Dwelling Persons with Dementia and their Caregivers

Jeanette Prorok

  • 13. Optimizing Responsive Behaviors in Senior-Friendly Acute Care Hospitals

Kiran Rabheru

  • 14. Implementation of the First Behavioural Support Team for Dementia Persons in Acute Care

Dianne Rossy

  • 15. Recherche Évaluative sur la satisfaction des médecins de famille par rapport aux services offerts par le Service de gérontopsychiatrie du Pavillon Albert-Prévost de l’HSCM, dans le cadre du Plan d’Action en Santé Mentale (PASM)

Majda Ines Senouci

  • 16. Medical Predictors of Psychiatric Re-hospitalization in Older Patients with Severe Mental Illness

Jean-Daniel Sylvestre

  • 17. Geriatric Psychiatry Clients: Barriers to Discharge

Lisa VanBussel

  • 18. Biopsychosocial Predictors of Psychiatric Re-hospitalization in Older Patients with Severe Mental Illness

Ching Yu

  • 19. Apolipoprotein E2 Allele Promotes Spatial Strategies and Hippocampal Grey matter in a Human Virtual Navigation Task

Venkat Bhat

                                         

 

                                         

 

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