Speciality Day : Adolescent Health

February 14, 2018
MontrÈal QuÈbec

Speakers

Holly Agostino, MD
The Montreal Children's Hospital, MUHC

Franziska Baltzer, MD
The Montreal Children's Hospital, MUHC

Richard Bélanger, MD
Université Laval

Jason Bond, MD
The Montreal Children's Hospital, MUHC

Ian Comeau, MD
The Montreal Children's Hospital, MUHC

Dr Ian Comeau graduated from Dalhousie Medical school in 2009 before moving to Montreal to complete a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at McGill in 2014. He went on to do a fellowship in Paediatric and Adolescent Gynecology at the Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto before coming back to join the team in the division of Adolescent Medicine/Gynecology at the Montreal Children's Hospital and the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at St Mary's Hospital.

Giuseppina Di Meglio, MD
The Montreal Children's Hospital, MUHC

Julius Erdstein, MD
The Montreal Children's Hospital, MUHC

Shuvo Ghosh, MD
The Montreal Children's Hospital, MUHC

Claire LeBlanc, MD
The Montreal Children's Hospital, MUHC

Suzanne Mac Donald, MD
The Montreal Children's Hospital, MUHC

Danit Nitka, PhD
The Montreal Children's Hospital, MUHC

Dr. Danit Nitka is a clinical psychologist with the eating disorders program in Adolescent Medicine and with pediatric health psychology at the Montreal Children’s hospital. Her diverse research background includes work in the areas of infant language development, risk for problematic substance use in young adults, and clinical epidemiology in older adult populations. As a clinician, she draws on her training and experience working with anxiety, mood, substance use, and personality disorders. Among her clinical interests are program development and implementation as well as the integration of psychological intervention modalities and personality dimensions in patient care.

Elie Wakim
Medi-Club Physio

Declaration of Potential Conflict of Interest

Speakers will be requested to disclose to the audience any real or apparent conflict(s) of interest that may have a direct bearing on the subject matter of this program.