Grand Rounds Presentation: Emily Levitt

Measurement-Based Care in Clinical Psychiatry: A Systematic Review

Date: Thursday May 16th, 2019
Time: 12:00pm-1:00pm

Presenters:

Emily Levitt, Clinical Psychology Graduate Student

Emily Levitt has just finished her first year as a Clinical Psychology graduate student at McMaster University. She currently conducts research at the Peter Boris Centre for Addictions Research, under the supervision of Dr. James MacKillop.  Emily previously worked at the Homewood Research Institute as Project Coordinator, and continues to collaborate with the HRI team to conduct clinical research.

Dr. James MacKillop, PhD., HRI Senior Scientist

Peter Boris Chair in Addictions Research
Director, Peter Boris Centre for Addictions Research
Director, Michael E. DeGroote Centre for Medicinal Cannabis Research
Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences, McMaster


Learning Objectives:

  • Barriers and benefits of Measurement-Based Care (MBC)
  • MBC implementation strategies as seen in current clinical trials
  • MBC at Homewood and possible future directions

For those who wish to watch from a computer the day of the event, the webcast link can be found here. Note, the link will only be active 3 hours prior to the scheduled event.