The City of Toronto is starting construction on Ossington Avenue on March 27 until the end of May 2023. During the duration of construction, Ossington Avenue from Argyle Street to Queen Street will be reduced to south bound only for vehicles.
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Opioid Use in Primary Care Virtual annual conference
Designed for anyone involved in the care and support of people who use opioids, this one-day event will provide the opportunity to learn about and discuss topics related to opioid use practices, policies, treatments and harm reduction. Visit the conference pages.
Courses and programs are offered at CAMH by a variety of programs and departments. Courses listed below have been offered in the past. We will update the list of upcoming courses as they are scheduled. Please see the overview Certificate Programs page for an overall list of specific course requirements or the individual program page.
Collaborating with Families Affected By Concurrent Disorders
This six-week facilitator-led online course for health care providers explores the needs of families affected by concurrent disorders, as well as the strategies that health care providers can use to empower families and ensure that their experiences are positive ones.
Managing Alcohol Use Problems This course is designed for physicians and other front-line clinicians consists of five self-directed online modules that explore the impact of alcohol problems, ways to better identify problematic alcohol use, and treatments for alcohol use disorder using both medications and psychosocial treatment approaches.