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Register now for C-IMPACT BD: An accredited, interactive point-of-care web app for clinicians to apply the 2018 Bipolar guidelines

By Vanessa Evans on June 11, 2020 in News

CANMAT is proud to announce the release of C-IMPACT BD, an accredited, interactive point-of-care web-based program designed to help clinicians apply the 2018 Bipolar guidelines in practice. C-IMPACT BD has been developed to facilitate the application of these guidelines into practice by providing case-specific recommendations at point of care. The program’s interactive nature will also […]

Guide pour le patient et sa famille sur la prise en charge des troubles bipolaires d’après les guides de pratique du CANMAT et de l’ISBD available now

By Vanessa Evans on June 8, 2020 in News

The Patient and Family Guide to the CANMAT and ISBD Guidelines on the Management of Bipolar Disorder  is now available in French. The Patient and Family Guide – Guide pour le patient et sa famille sur la prise en charge des troubles bipolaires d’après les guides de pratique du CANMAT et de l’ISBD – presents the […]

In Memoriam: Dr. Glenda MacQueen

By Vanessa Evans on March 30, 2020 in News

The sudden death of Professor Glenda MacQueen on March 26, 2020, is an immeasurable loss to her family, her many friends and her many colleagues throughout Canada and internationally. We have known Glenda for more than two decades as a wonderful colleague and exceptionally gifted clinician-scientist. As a long-time Board member for CANMAT, she was […]

New Clinician Resource Available Now: the Exercise and Depression Toolkit

By Vanessa Evans on September 12, 2019 in News

The Exercise and Depression Toolkit is an evidence-based resource designed to support health care providers in exploring exercise as a treatment option for depression in collaboration with their patient or client. CANMAT guidelines now recommend exercise as a stand-alone treatment for mild-moderate depression, and as an adjunctive treatment for moderate-severe depression.  The Exercise and Depression […]

CHOICE.D Patient Guide to Depression Treatments now available in Mandarin Chinese

By Vanessa Evans on September 5, 2019 in News

CHOICE.D, a guide for patients and their families to understand the different evidence-based treatments available for depression, is now available in Mandarin Chinese. The Mandarin Chinese version of the guide was translated by Hong Fook, a Chinese Canadian community mental health organisation in Toronto, Canada, and enables Mandarin-speaking patients and their families in Canada to […]