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Eating disorders conference

The Douglas Mental Health University Institute’s eating disorders continuum is presenting a conference: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for treating Eating Disorders When Tuesday, December 4, 201810:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Subject This training is designed...

Saturday, November 24 – Job Fair

A job fair for all Montréal West Island Integrated University Health and Social Services Centre (MWI IUHSSC) facilities will be held:  Saturday, November 24, from 9 a.m. to noon Douglas Mental Health University InstituteDobell Pavilion6875 LaSalle...

Health in Quebec: Let’s Protect Confidentiality!

As part of the confidentiality campaign taking place across Quebec from November 18 to 24, 2018, the Montreal Integrated University Health and Social Services Centre reminds you that the right to privacy and the confidentiality of your healthcare...

How healthy are your lungs? On November 14, participate in World COPD Day

Did you know that nearly half of the people living with a COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) are unaware that they have the disease? COPD is the leading cause of hospitalization among chronic diseases, and the fourth cause of death in Canada.   ...

An innovative mental health project is awarded a prize

The pilot project Demonstration of the Clinical utility of the Resident Assessment Instrument through Lean Methodologies… the making of!, carried out by the Mental Health and Addiction Programs Directorate, was crowned the winner in the SME Public or...

Video conference on the theme The biopsychosocial model of eating disorders - Evaluation and intervention.

The Douglas Mental Health University Institute’s eating disorders continuum is presenting a second series of video conferences, on the theme The biopsychosocial model of eating disorders - Evaluation and intervention. Health professionals are invited to...

November is the Radon Awareness Month

Radon is a radioactive gas that forms from uranium present naturally in Earth’s crust. Radon can seep into buildings where it can accumulate and reach sometimes levels that are dangerous to health. To learn more about its health effects, the sources of...

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