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  • 03 Nov 2014 10:04 AM | CAGP (Administrator)

    The CAGP Trainee Committee was formed in 2012 with the goal of creating opportunities and support for Member-in-Training (MIT) CAGP members. The three key objectives of the trainee strategy initiative are:

    1.           Recruitment of future geriatric psychiatrists.

    2.           Provide networking opportunities for the MIT members of the CAGP.

    3.           Increase the profile of the CAGP among members-in-training.

    Over the past year the Trainee Committee has further developed our initiatives for members-in-training set out in 2012. For the third year in a row the CAGP offered complimentary memberships to psychiatry residents, geriatric psychiatry subspecialty residents and medical students under the category of MIT.

    We have continued to update our Facebook page and continue to use social media as a way of communicating with MIT members. Currently we have 86 followers of the CAGP Facebook page.

    The CAGP provided three $500 bursaries for psychiatry residents and one $500 bursary was awarded to a medical student to attend the CCSMH-CAGP Joint Scientific Meeting on September 9-10, 2014 in Toronto, Ontario. Two bursaries were awarded to senior residents or fellows to attend the CAGP National Review Course in Geriatric Psychiatry on September 7-8 in Toronto, Ontario. We will continue to distribute a brief questionnaire to trainees who receive a travel bursary with the goal of assessing whether or not the trainee strategy has been effective over the long term at attracting residents to the field of geriatric psychiatry.

    A number of trainee initiatives will occur at the Annual Scientific Meeting in Toronto, Ontario, on September 9, 2014. A CAGP Members-In-Training Breakfast will be held and will include a presentation on the subspecialization of geriatric psychiatry by Drs. Andrew and Shea. The breakfast will also provide networking opportunities with fellow MIT members, geriatric psychiatry program directors and university leaders. A CAGP trainee social event will be held on the night of Wednesday, September 10 to provide an opportunity for meeting and networking with other trainees interested in geriatric psychiatry. The MIT members will wear badges at the Joint Scientific Meeting to increase their visibility and allow CAGP members to network with our MIT members.

    The CAGP has collaborated with the Canadian Medical Students National Geriatric Interest Group (NGIG) to develop a yearly newsletter publication for medical students interested in geriatrics. The most recent edition of the NGIG publication included topics focused on geriatric psychiatry. A copy of the publication can be accessed

    An oral workshop will be presented at the CCSMH-CAGP Joint Scientific meeting in Toronto, Ontario to explore the results of the CAGP survey titled “Assessment of Residents’ Needs and Attitudaes Towards Geriatric Psychiatry” followed by a panel discussion, including representation from the Canadian Geriatrics Society to brainstorm ideas of why trainees choose geriatric psychiatry and how to attract more trainees into the field of geriatrics at the Joint Scientific meeting. Dr. Soham Rej and Dr. Vincent Laliberté, psychiatry residents at McGill University, have spearheaded this project with the bold leadership and kind support of colleagues from the CAGP.

    I would like to thank all of the members of the Trainee Strategy Initiative Subcommittee for their contributions over the past year. Dr. Catherine Shea will be stepping down from our committee this year and we would like to take this opportunity to thank her for her significant contribution to the Trainee Strategy Initiative over the past two years .

    Marla Davidson, MD, FRCPC

    CAGP Co-chair, Trainee Strategy Committee


  • 03 Nov 2014 9:53 AM | CAGP (Administrator)

    The CAGP's third National Review Course in Geriatric Psychiatry is a two-day course held before the CAGP 2014 Annual Scientific Meeting. It is intended as a practical update or part of preparing for the Royal College Geriatric Subspecialty examination. Past iterations of this course have led to it receiving the 2014 CPA-COPCE award for Most Outstanding Continuing Education Activity in Psychiatry in Canada.

    We had planned and budgeted for 75 attendees but close to 150 attendees have registered.

    This year’s course includes the following topics and presenters:

    •  Assessment of MCI and Dementia – A. Wiens
    • Neuropsychiatric Symptoms of Dementia and Their Management – D. Seitz
    • Assessing Capacity in the Elderly C. Cohen
    • Sleep Disorders in the Elderly - C. Reynolds III
    • Recognition and Assessment of Depression in Late-Life B. Mulsant
    • Delirium from three perspectives: Geriatric Psychiatry, Geriatric Medicine and Family Medicine – G. Heckman,
    • A. Moser, M. Rapoport
    • A Sneak Preview of the Canadian Coalition on Seniors’ Mental Health Guidelines – M. Gibson
    • Psychopharmacology
    • Antipsychotics and Adverse Drug Reactions N. Herrmann
    • Antidepressants in Late-Life B. Mulsant
    • Psychopharmacology in the Frail Elderly Medically Ill – S. Sockalingam
    • Psychotherapy: Problem Solving Therapy (PST) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) – D. Seitz and
    • KL. Cassidy
    • Changes with Normal Aging: Physiology, Pharmacology, Psychosocial, Cognition and Neurologic – G. Heckman and M. Rapoport
    • Sexuality in Old Age C. Grief

    The program was developed in monthly meetings since the 2013 CAGP ASM in Ottawa with consultation and/or survey and/or feedback from the 2013 Review Course to CAGP members, select family physicians and geriatricians. This has (hopefully) ensured that we are delivering on our promise to make the educational program relevant and interesting to geriatricians and family physicians wanting to improve and update their knowledge base in geriatric mental health.  

     The Planning Committee was made up of the following:

    • Andrew Wiens, MD, Chair
    • Mark Rapoport, MD, Co-chair
    • Dallas Seitz, MD, Co-chair
    • George Heckman, MD, representative for geriatric medicine
    • Andrea Moser MD, representative for family medicine.

    The Toronto National Review Course would not be possible without the support of the entire CAGP board led by Dr. Rapoport, as well as the hard-working administrative team of Ms. Dora Iskander, Ms. Laurel Honeyford and Ms. Maria Kardaris of Secretarial Central. Over the past few months they have been working very long hours finalizing all preparations, communicating with the Eaton Chelsea Toronto, answering questions from members and attendees and dealing with administrative issues.

    There are some gaps in the program topics that we simply couldn't cover in a two-day course. We are also encouraging attendees to participate in the popular CAGP Online Study Group, which will cover the topics from the Review Course in some more detail, as well as many additional ones from November 2014 to August 2015.

    We will be seeking feedback to help prepare for the future of this educational program that will be return as the “CAGP Update in Geriatric Psychiatry” with a main thrust of providing quality Continuing Professional Development in Geriatric Psychiatry. The name change will allow us to access a pool of presenters who up until now have not been permitted to participate in an “exam-preparation course” by virtue of their membership on a Royal College exam related committee, or are themselves exam markers. 

    Andrew Wiens, MD, FRCPC

    CAGP Chair, National Review Course in Geriatric Psychiatry

  • 03 Nov 2014 9:44 AM | CAGP (Administrator)

    Dear Colleagues, 

    As I write this report, intense last-minute preparations are currently being made for this year’s National Review Course and Annual Scientific Meeting. This feeling of intensity has actually been quite consistent during this second year of my role as President. Since our last AGM, when our new bylaws were approved, the staff at Secretariat Central has taken over all operations of the CAGP, gracefully weathering the transition from TOCorp and well-supporting our major initiatives and strategic planning. At our September 2013 meeting, the board approved this transition, which has been quite successful. For this second year of my term, apart from supporting the transition of the staff, I have ensured that we make our privacy policy transparent, prompt advances in our fundraising and marketing strategies, board orientation, board training and board succession planning. We held a Strategic Planning Session in the winter, and have made plans to enhance and transform our major initiatives to maintain their relevance in an evolving landscape. 

    Volunteerism at the CAGP has boomed this year. Three non-board members assumed major volunteer leadership positions on behalf of the CAGP:

    o Dr. Andrea Iaboni is chairing a new Research Committee with the focus on fostering the development of geriatric psychiatry research in

    Canada . She will host the first in-person meeting of this committee at the 2014 ASM, and has already built an e-network of CAGP members engaged in research at

    o  Dr. Andrew Wiens, who was Co-chair of the National Review Course for the first two years, has taken over my position as Chair and has assembled an excellent program. In addition to our returning faculty, we will be welcoming Drs. Maggie Gibson, George Heckman, Lesley Wiesenfeld, Sanjeev Sockalingham and Charles Reynolds III. Plans are underway, partnering with the Canadian Geriatrics Society (CGS), to host the 2015 event in

    Montreal in April (with the CGS Scientific Meeting, rather than in the fall with the CAGP Scientific Meeting). Many practising psychiatrists will have completed the Royal College Examination by this winter, and as such, the course will take on a focus of continuing education more than examination preparation.

    o  Dr. Tim Lau has chaired a subcommittee of the communications group focusing on developing e-resources for the CAGP website. We look forward to seeing an enhanced website in the 2014-5 year that will include helpful and up-to-date resources and references.

    In addition, numerous other members have supported the activities of the board. Dr. Marlene Smart, former long-standing board Treasurer, has continued to provide support to the Finance and Awards Committees. Dr. Cathy Shea, former Education Chair of the CAGP, has provided valuable support and guidance to the trainee strategy initiatives. Dr. Marie-France Rivard, CAGP past-President, represented the CAGP at the Canadian Psychiatric Association’s Advocacy Day on Parliament Hill this spring. The invited faculty members of the ASM, National Review Course and Online Study Group work countless hours with the most modest of honorarium to provide a detailed and helpful educational experience, and clinicians and scientists who have submitted symposia, workshops, papers and posters to our ASM have, in the spirit of volunteerism, agreed to strengthen our scientific program substantially.

    The major champions and volunteers of the CAGP, however, are our board members, and there are many accomplishments of this dedicated group to acknowledge in this annual report. I will select a few highlights, but it is important to know that the board members have been volunteering on various committees in addition to the monthly board meetings, with much work in-between. I was thrilled, furthermore, that the board accepted my encouragement for all board members to get involved with surveying the membership for the Strategic Planning Session and with sponsorship. Sincere gratitude goes to all.

    o Dr. Daniel Blumberger, in his first year on the board, assumed a major leadership position as Chair of the Annual Scientific Meeting. He has worked closely with the new executive director of the CCSMH, Bonnie Schroeder, to assemble what promises to be a highly successful program highlighting innovations in seniors’ mental health care. Keynotes and plenaries will include sessions from Drs. David Goldbloom, Eric Lenze and Joel Sadavoy. Dr. Blumberger will be exploring an accelerated academic- and sponsorship-planning timeline to begin implementing for our next ASM in 

    Vancouver on September 30, 2015.

    o Dr. Mark Bosma, also in his first full year on the board, has assumed the position of Chair of the Membership Committee, with the support of our other two new board members, Drs. Nancy Vasil and Maria Di Tomasso. The group was charged with actualizing the changes to member categories that were approved in the new bylaws, and this year has shown excellent membership growth, particularly in our trainees. Although Dr. Di Tomasso has stepped down from the board after her first year, she was very helpful in weighing in on strategic issues pertinent to the board, and has helped ensure continued

    Quebec representation after her departure. Best wishes for a successful year ahead, Maria.

    o  Our trainee strategy Committee, chaired by Dr. Marla Davidson with MIT Dr. Holly Dornan, has been extraordinarily active. Bursaries have been awarded, an enhanced educational, vocational and social program for trainees has been developed for the ASM, and geriatric psychiatry has taken a leading role in the National Geriatric Interest Group for Canadian medical students. Dr. Dornan will be leaving the board after serving two terms. She has been actively involved in both the trainee strategy and the board. Holly, best wishes on your transition to independent practice this coming year.

    o  Dr. Corrine Fischer will also be departing the board after a successful two years leading the Communications Committee. Regional updates, the new CAGP logo, and streamlining the processes for the e-newsletter and other communications have been the focus of her active work on the board, and she has kindly agreed to provide continuity on the communications portfolio after her board tenure. A fond farewell, Corinne, and many thanks.

    o  Dr. Barry Campbell has served a two-year term as board Treasurer, helping clarify issues pertaining to board governance and oversight, financial reporting and planning. He has kindly agreed to serve a third year as Treasurer with the goal of training the Treasurer Elect.

    o  Dr. Carol Ward has assumed an active role in two portfolios on the board this year. She has taken on the role of Secretary at the board meetings, ensuring that the meeting minutes are accurate and posted online, as well as for the second year, chairing our Awards Committee. You can see from her report that this committee has been actively looking at the terms of reference of the awards, and some changes are proposed for future years. She is also investigating the role of the CAGP in the ongoing “Choosing Wisely Campaign.”

    o  Dr. Soham Rej, MIT board member, paved the way for our Strategic Planning Session by creating a survey strategy in which board members approached members in their area to ascertain their wishes for the future of the CAGP. He has also supported the trainee strategy, and has conducted research into the facilitators and barriers of geriatric psychiatry career tracks for residents in Canada.

    o   Dr. Kiran Rabheru, our immediate past-President, has served as Nominations Chair and the Chair of the Partnership Committee. He attended the CAMIMH Champions of Mental Health Gala, which was generously paid for by the Canadian Psychiatric Association, in order to ensure a voice for geriatric psychiatry at this important event. 

    o   Dr. Dallas Seitz, CAGP Vice President, took a leadership role with the advocacy committee. He has represented the CAGP at the CMA forum and supported Dr. Frank Molnar of the CGS in raising a motion to address workforce-related issues in health care of the elderly. He also served as Co-chair of the Online Study Group for its second year, was faculty for two modules, will be faculty for two sessions at this month’s National Review Course, and has agreed to represent the CAGP at the 2015 Canadian Geriatrics Society meeting.

    o  Dr. David Conn, CAGP past-President, continues to serve in an ex-officio position on the board, providing both mentorship and a liaison to the activities of the Canadian Coalition of Seniors’ Mental Health, a group that is actively pursuing exciting new activities in the realm of knowledge translation.

    Our Strategic Planning Session in February identified two major new initiatives. An Advocacy Committee was struck to focus on the professional sustainability and growth of the practice of geriatric psychiatry in Canada, and a Partnership Committee was struck with the goal of advancing the political, research, professional development and financial interests of the CAGP through formal partnerships with key stakeholder organizations. More information about this session appears in the April 2014 e-newsletter available on our website. Preliminary work has begun on these initiatives, but work needs to be done first to ensure that funds are available. A major theme of the Strategic Planning Session this September will be on assessing revenue streams and fundraising/sponsorship for these critical new initiatives.

    Hearty congratulations go to our Geriatric Psychiatry Training Award recipient, Dr. Nadeesha Fernando, and the CAGP Resident awardees Dr. Majda Ines Souci and Dr. Paul Blackburn. I am deeply honored to have received the CAGP award for outstanding contributions in geriatric psychiatry. I am thrilled to be in the company of Dr. Keri-Leigh Cassidy who will receive the CAGP Regional Contributions in Geriatric Psychiatry Award this year as well.

    I have to thank the board members who have worked with me since I started with the CAGP, and in particular Dr. David Conn who encouraged me to join the board in 2006, Dr. Kiran Rabheru who helped me transition into the role of president, Drs. Melissa Andrew and Cathy Shea for persisting in creating a new subspecialty in Canada, Drs. Dallas Seitz and Andrew Wiens for providing the support and encouragement as Co-chairs of the National Review Course and Online Study Group. Thank you as well to my bosses, mentors, colleagues and residents at University of Toronto and Sunnybrook who have supported and encouraged me in this position, and of course to Steven, Ben, Rowan and Noah who have allowed me to be away at board meetings and conferences, and keep me smiling.

    Many thanks must be given to the sponsors of our CCSMH-CAGP Break sponsor: University of Toronto, Department of Psychiatry, and our supporters Magstim and Caversham Book Sellers. Also, a sincere thank you to Maria Kardaris, Andrea Smith, Denise Craine, Laurel Honeyford and Dora Iskander – all of whom have worked hard to ensure a seamless-as-possible transition and a highly successful year.   

    Respectfully submitted,

    Mark Rapoport, MD, FRCPC
    CAGP President

  • 24 Sep 2014 9:00 AM | CAGP (Administrator)

    October 24-25, 2014, Toronto, Ontario

    Biomarkers in Neuropsychiatric Disorders

    International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine

    Omni King Edward Hotel, Toronto ON

    To view the website and online registration, please click here. 

    To view complete conference details please click here: IFCC Specialized Conference_2014.pdf
  • 11 Aug 2014 4:34 PM | CAGP (Administrator)

    The Research Committee is a new undertaking of the CAGP with the aims:

    1.      To foster the development of high quality, multidisciplinary research in geriatric mental health in Canada.
    2.      To support the research activities and research relationships of CAGP members.
    3.      To raise awareness of recent advances in geriatric psychiatry research through knowledge synthesis and dissemination.

    One of our first initiatives is to build a network of CAGP members engaged in research, using the social networking platform ResearchGate (  We call on any CAGP members with an interest in joining this network or the committee to email

    We will hold our first open meeting at the 2014 ASM.  All interested CAGP members are invited.

    Members of the Research Committee are:

    Andrea Iaboni

    Mark Rapoport

    Daniel Blumberger

    Aristotle Voineskos

    Soham Rej

    Maggie Gibson

    Ken Madden

    Join us now!

  • 08 Aug 2014 6:50 AM | CAGP (Administrator)

    ​​​​Thursday October 9 and Friday October 10, 2014.

    Registration starts at 8:30 am and the course begins at 9:00 am. Finishing each day at 5:00 pm.

    1001 Queen Street, Training Room A and B, Toronto, Ontario, M6J 1H4​


  • 05 Aug 2014 4:28 PM | CAGP (Administrator)

    Click here to find out more about the Canadian Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine 2014 Annual Meeting on September 10, 2014 at the Hart House, Toronto.  EARLY REGISTRATION HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO AUGUST 31, 2014.

    Read more....

  • 09 Jul 2014 10:34 AM | CAGP (Administrator)
    Canadian Geriatrics Journal has just published its latest issue here. We invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to review articles and items of interest.

    Thanks for the continuing interest in our work. Ken Madden Phone 604-875-4931, Fax 604-875-5696

    Canadian Geriatrics Journal

    Vol 17, No 2 (2014)

    Table of Contents




    Special Issue on Fitness to Drive (37)

            Kenneth M. Madden

    Original Research


    Geriatric Rehabilitation Patients’ Perceptions of Unit Dining Locations


            Françoise Baptiste, Mary Egan, Claire-Jehanne Dubouloz-Wilner


    Increased Health Service Utilization Costs in the Year Prior to

    Institutionalization: Findings from the Canadian Study of Health and Aging


            John A. Naslund, Agnes H. Sauter, Gloria Gutman, B. Lynn Beattie


    Geriatric Core Competencies for Family Medicine Curriculum and Enhanced

    Skills: Care of Elderly (53-62)

            Lesley Charles, Jean A.C. Triscott, Bonnie M. Dobbs, Rhianne McKay


    Comparison of the SIMARD MD to Clinical Impression in Assessing Fitness to Drive in Patients with Cognitive Impairment (63-69)

            Madelaine L. Wernham, Pamela G. Jarrett, Connie Stewart, Elizabeth MacDonald, Donna MacNeil, Cynthia Hobbs


    Not If, But When: Impact of a Driving and Dementia Awareness and Education Campaign for Primary Care Physicians (70-75)

            Paige Moorhouse, Laura M. Hamilton


    Clinical Practice Guidelines/Consensus Statements


    Consensus Statements on the Assessment of Older Drivers (76-81)

            David B. Hogan, Charles T. Scialfa, Jeff K. Caird


    The Canadian Geriatrics Journal is a peer-reviewed research journal. CAGP members are invited to submit articles to the journal by emailing editor Ken Madden at

  • 09 Jul 2014 10:27 AM | CAGP (Administrator)

    International Psychogeriatric Association (IPA) – What’s New?

    IPA recently adopted a new strategic plan. IPA will be enhancing and expanding many of its current programs and services as well as introducing some new ones. Now more than ever, it is important for all of us to collaborate to improve the mental health of the elderly in Canada and around the world. IPA appreciates CAGP for our longstanding relationship as affiliates of one another. We hope that all of you will join IPA and participate - here are some highlights of what IPA is planning: 

    IPA is about providing a forum for education, networking and collaboration. Based on feedback from members and other professionals, IPA will offer even more opportunities for sharing knowledge in the future:

    • IPA Congresses – Starting in 2015, the IPA International Congress will be held each year (previously, it has been conducted every two years)

    • IPA Regional Meetings – Starting this year, IPA will resume offering meetings in different areas of the world. We will conduct two regional meetings each year

    • IPA Member Forums – Based on shared interests, regions of the world and professional disciplines, IPA provides the opportunity for interacting with colleagues – whether at an IPA meeting or anytime via the IPA website online communities

    • IPA Learning Portal – For those who want a shorter educational program or can’t travel to a meeting or congress, simply log on to the IPA website for 60-90 minutes online education programs
    • Research Forum – This program is new from IPA and will be introduced in 2015 in conjunction with the IPA Congress. As its name implies, it is a great opportunity to share research projects and funding ideas

    There are more programs and services – read more about IPA’s future plans by visiting our new website:

    Save These Dates and Plan to Participate!
    Check the IPA website for updates:

    • 2014 IPA Webinar: Quality of Life in Dementia
      • 10 September (broadcast and then archived)
      • Sube Banerjee (United Kingdom)
      • Barry Gurland (United States)
    • 2014 IPA Webinar: Positive Psychiatry of Aging
      • 8 October (broadcast and then archived)
      • Dilip Jeste (United States)
      • Helen Lavretsky (United States)
    • 2014 IPA International Meeting – Beijing, China
      • 23-26 October 2014
      • Staying Engaged – Practicing Learning throughout the Lifespan”
      • Early registration deadline: 1 September
    • 2014 IPA Webinar: Spotlight on Agitation – Update from the IPA Agitation Consensus Panel
      • 10 November (broadcast and then archived)
      • Henry Brodaty (Australia)
      • Jeff Cummings (United States)
      • Jacobo Mintzer (United States)
      • Mary Sano (United States)

    • 2014 IPA Regional Meeting – Brussels, Belgium
    • 2015 IPA International Congress – Berlin, Germany

    • 2015 Biennial Research Forum – NEW
      • 13-16 October 2015
    • 2014 IPA Regional Meeting – Brussels, Belgium
    • 2015 IPA International Congress – Berlin, Germany

    • 2015 Biennial Research Forum – NEW


  • 09 Jul 2014 10:17 AM | CAGP (Administrator)
    • The CAGP is pleased to offer complimentary memberships to medical students, residents and geriatric psychiatry subspecialty residents in the membership category Member-in-Training (MIT)

    • The CAGP will be exploring partnerships with the Canadian
      Geriatrics Society to support the National Geriatric Interest Group

    • Reduced registration rates to attend the Annual scientific meeting will be held jointly with the Canadian Coalition for Seniors Mental Health (CCSMH) in Toronto, Ontario, from September 9-10, 2014, and will be themed Innovations in Seniors’ Mental Health Care: Insights from the Frontiers of Research and Service Delivery


    • Four (4) $500 travel bursaries for trainees, including medical students and residents, to attend the joint CAGP and CCSMH conference September 9-10, 2014, in Toronto, Ontario

    • Two (2) $500 bursaries for senior residents and geriatric psychiatry subspecialty residents to attend the National Review course from September 7-8 in Toronto, Ontario

    • Bursaries will be awarded in a lottery fashion to attendees who have registered by August 15, 2014

    • Opportunities will be posted on the Facebook page

    Events and Networking Opportunities

    • CAGP Trainee Breakfast on Tuesday, September 9 at 7:30 am, which will include updates on the sub- specialization of geriatric psychiatry and training opportunities as well as an opportunity to meet Geriatric Psychiatry Program Directors from across Canada

    • CAGP Trainee social event will be held on the evening of
      Wednesday, September 10, 2014, at Donatello’s restaurant on Elm Street from 6:00-10:30 pm. It will provide an opportunity to meet and network with other trainees interested in geriatric psychiatry

    • An oral workshop will be presented to explore the results of the CAGP survey titled “Assessment of Residents’ Needs and Attitudes Towards Geriatric Psychiatry” followed by a panel discussion, including representation from the Canadian Geriatrics Society to brainstorm ideas of why trainees choose geriatric psychiatry and how to attract more trainees into the field of geriatrics to be held on September 9, 2014, from 3:45-5:15 pm

    Click here to view the latest NGIG Publication including an interview with
    our very own Dr. Marla Davidson.

    Follow the CAGP on Facebook as it will be used as a platform to communicate upcoming events and opportunities for MIT

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