Psyched Up (Virtual) – 2021 Multiple Dates & Programs
February 19 - December 3
Dr. Diane McIntosh, Psychiatrist in Vancouver, developed PsychedUp CME to make psychiatry continuing medical education clinically relevant, practical, engaging, and interactive.
PsychedUp programs are designed to deepen healthcare professionals’ understanding on how to better diagnose mental illnesses and prescribe or switch psychotropic medications.
PsychedUp CME is accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons and Physicians of Canada for 4.5 Group Learning Activity (Section 1) credits and up to 132 Mainpro+ from the College of Family Physicians of Canada.
Nurses leave PsychedUp CME with:
- A plan for conducting highly effective, time-efficient diagnostic interviews.
- A review of the most up-to-date, evidence-based, clinically relevant psychiatric treatments.
- A patient-focused, individualized prescribing plan that will save them time, lessen their clinical burden and relieve their psychiatric patient\’s suffering.
- A renewed confidence when managing mental illnesses in their busy practice.
To-date, 32 programs with over 3,300 healthcare providers in attendance. Here’s what they said about their experience: https://www.psychedupcme.com/testimonials
List of 2021 Programs:
- February 19, 2021: The Mind-Body connection/GUT BIOME (virtual)
- March 26, 2021: Bipolar disorder (virtual)
- April 16, 2021: What’s new in psychopharmacology? Part 1 of 4 (virtual)
- May 7, 2021: Anxiety disorders (virtual)
- May 28, 2021: ADHD from A to Z (virtual)
- June 18, 2021: Depression (virtual)
- September 24, 2021: Insomnia (virtual)
- November 5, 2021: Role of cannabis and psychedelic medication in psychiatry (virtual)
- December 3, 2021: What’s new in psychopharmacology? Part 2 of 4 (virtual)