Unfiltered Research & Scholarship Forum (URF) with Dr. Suzanne Archie's Lab


Start 4 April, 2022, 1 30 PM

End 3 PM

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Please email Dana Waldern (waldernd@mcmaster.ca) for the Zoom link.

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Dana Waldern-Research Office

E-Mail: waldernd@mcmaster.ca


Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences Unfiltered Research & Scholarship Forum (URF) sponsored by the Research Advisory Committee!  URF is a venue for sharing, planning, wishful thinking, unexpected outcomes, uninterpretable results and getting answers to unspoken questions. It provides an interactive research-focused, learner-driven opportunity for exchange of ideas and group feedback. 

April Presentation: Raising awareness of the impact of cannabis on psychosis among young people with a first episode of psychosis from Black racialized communities.
Dr. Suzanne Archie is a psychiatrist and Professor in our Department. She is the Chair of the Anti-Black Racism Task Force for the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences and the Post Graduate Medical Education Director of Equity, Diversion & Inclusion. She also serves as the Brain and Behaviour Subunit Planner for the Undergraduate Medical Education.
Currently, Dr. Archie is engaged in knowledge translation projects sponsored by the Canadian Institute of Health Research involving video game technology to explore perspectives about marijuana and psychosis from youth experiencing a first episode of psychosis of Black African and Caribbean descent.

If you or your lab are interested in attedning or participating, please email waldernd@mcmaster.ca.  We strive to have an equal distribution of presenters across our child and adult psychiatry programs, across our Academic Divisions and our Centres. See you Monday, April 4, 2022, at 1:30 p.m.

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