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Quick Takes: A Podcast by Physicians, for Physicians
Every year physicians and residents encounter a growing number of patients — and a shrinking amount of time to keep up-to-date on new practices or legislation surrounding the field of mental health and addiction. Quick Takes has been in the air since 2018.
In this episode of Quick Takes, Dr. Michael Mak discusses meds, CBT, and the mobile apps that he recommends to patients and their families. We explore the history of sleep medicine and mull the growing role apps and wearables are playing in diagnosis and therapy.
In this sleep “update,” QT talks about meds, CBT, and the mobile apps that he recommends to patients and their families. We also explore the history of sleep medicine and mull the growing role apps and wearables are playing in both diagnosis and therapy.
March 2023 Dr. Gratzer discusses the results of a study on the potential for psilocybin in treatment, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, with one of the study’s authors, Dr. Ishrat Husain, lead of the Mood Disorder Service and head of the Clinical Trials Unit here at CAMH.
What all physicians need to know about transgender-inclusive care
June 9, 2021
QT is joined by CAMH experts on transgender care, Dr. Alex Abramovich and Dr. June Lam. They discuss how to ask people what pronouns they go by, the high rates of depression, homelessness and suicidality in the trans population, and medication considerations for those on hormone therapy.
What all physicians need to know about mental health apps
November 18, 2020
QT and Dr. John Torous (returning guest from Harvard) discuss the use of mobile apps in mental health care and look back at the changes that have taken place in this field since their first discussion over a year and a half ago.
What all physicians need to know about global psychiatry
May 22, 2019
In this special episode of Quick Takes, QT talks to Prof. Vikram Patel – 2019 winner of the prestigious John Dirks Canada Gairdner Global Health Award – about how his work has helped with the prevention and treatment of mental health in low-income countries.
What all physicians need to know about digital psychiatry
February 27, 2019
QT is joined by a leading expert in the field of digital psychiatry, Dr. John Torous, to discuss how mHealth tools are currently being used in treatment, and the exciting potential of their use in the near future.
Every year physicians and residents encounter a growing number of patients — and a shrinking amount of time to keep up-to-date on new practices or legislation surrounding the field of mental health and addiction.
With the help of Dr. David Gratzer, CAMH’s Continuing Professional and Practice Development Site Coordinator, you can receive your clinical education on-the-go as he and his guests take these current policies and practices and summarize them for you on the Quick Takes podcasts.
Dr. David Gratzer (@davidgratzer) is a Toronto-based psychiatrist and physician at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, where he is co-chief of the General Adult Psychiatry & Health Systems Division. He is active in teaching with 10 nominations for University of Toronto teaching awards. Dr. Gratzer serves on the OMA’s Section on Psychiatry Executive. He peer reviews for several journals, including Psychiatric Services, and he sits on the editorial boards of The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry and JMIR Mental Health.
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