2nd Quebec Symposium
September 27, 2017 – CRCHUM, Montréal, QC
Dear members and colleagues,
The organizing committee and Dr. Julie Bruneau would like to thank you for your participation in our symposium ” Regroupements de recherche en dépendances au Québec: convergences et synergies ” which was held on September 27, the first event in collaboration with the Institut Universitaire sur les Dépendances (IUD).
We would like to thank you for this wonderful day of exchange, sharing and understanding of the mandate and achievements of CRISM. We hope the event lived up to your expectations.
We would like to especially thank our speakers who responded to our invitation despite a very busy schedule. Thank you for their enthusiasm and their involvement. Without them, this conference could not have taken place:
- Benedikt Fischer, PhD – Center for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
- Cynthia El Hage PhD – CRCHUM
- Maykel Ghabrash, MD, MSc – CRCHUM
- Jorge Flores-Aranda, PhD, MSc – Institut universitaire sur les dépendances (IUD) / Université de Sherbrooke
- Kathy Tremblay – Institut Universitaire sur les dépendances (IUD)
- Marie-Ève Goyer MD, MSc – Programme du Centre de recherche et d’aide pour narcomanes (CRAN)
- Sherry Stewart, PhD – Dalhousie University
- Tiberiu Mahu, candidat au PhD – Dalhousie University
- Sylvanne Daniels, MSc, PhD – Réseau québécois sur le suicide, les troubles de l’humeur et les troubles associés (RQSHA)
Thanks also to Dr. Serge Brochu, Serge Maynard and the organizing committee of the IUD for this great experience, which marked the beginning of a collaborative dynamic between the two networks. We thank the CRCHUM, as well as their audiovisual and catering teams.
We hope to see you again soon for a new event. Keep following us and do not hesitate to support us!
You can access the speakers’ slides in .pdf format or watch the videos of the following speakers’ presentations: Cynthia El Hage et Maykel Ghabrash, Jorge Flores-Aranda, Kathy Tremblay, Lisa Massicotte, Marie-Ève Goyer, Sherry Stewart, Sylvanne Daniels and Tiberiu Mahu