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INTERNATIONAL EARLY PSYCHOSIS ASSOCIATION (IEPA) CONFERENCE IN MILAN, October 2016

Posted by David Whitehorn on September 29, 2016 in News

The Nova Scotia Early Psychosis Program (NSEPP) is involved in eight presentations at the upcoming biannual conference of the International Early Psychosis Association. The presentations cover a range of topics and highlight the involvement of the NSEPP in research conducted not only in Nova Scotia, but at a national level as well through participation in the Canadian Consortium for Early Intervention in Psychosis (http://epicanada.org/)

The presentations are listed below. For more information contact Sarah Henneberry at: Sarah.Henneberry@nshealth.ca

Presentations: 

  1. Improving the transition from early intervention services to community careP Tibbo et al (poster)
  2. Clozapine use in Early Intervention Programs Across CanadaMA Roy et al (poster)
  3. Early Intervention for Psychosis in Quebec (Canada): Successes and Challenges for Both Academic and Non-Academic ProgramsM Nolan et al (poster)
  4. Key Findings in Early Psychosis: A Knowledge Sharing InitiativeP Tibbo et al. (poster)
  5. Preliminary exploration of the current use of long-acting injectable antipsychotics in Canadian early intervention services for psychosisP Tibbo et al. (poster)
  6. The CCEIP Decision-Making ToolP Tibbo et al (poster)
  7. The CCEIP Relapse Risk Assessment in Early Phase Psychosis QuestionnaireP Tibbo et al (poster)
  8. Vulnerability to the effects of cannabis on transition to psychosisK Aitchison et al (symposium)