Family Medicine

Recommended Resources for Teaching Family Medicine Residents and Students
Tip of the Month

November 2017 (click to view PDF)

 

WHAT

BACKGROUND

HOW TO INTEGRATE

Mood and Anxiety Disorders
Guidelines, Screening Tools,
Patient/Family Resources


Link to Resource can be
found here:


CANMAT brings together 
up-to-date information, evidence,
treatment guidelines, and 
screening tools.

Also provide information on
educational opportunities for
clinicians on mood and anxiety
disorders.

 
CANMAT formed in 1995 by a group of
psychiatrists.

Meet and consult to keep appraised of 
related evidence and developments.

The network exchanges ideas on 
research and clinical practice related
to mood and anxiety disorders.

 
Provide the link to your residents/

Review the screening tools and
patient resources with the resident.

Provide tips on when/how they would
incorporate them into their patient
encounters.
 







 


























Previous Recommended Resources

Guide to Periodic Reviews in Family Medicine Residency 

Procedures Video Series from Canadian Family Physician

Conducting Research in the Health Professions Education  
   
The Difficulty Learning Situation: Assessment Framework (from McMaster; Program for Faculty Development, © 2001) 

McMaster Opioid Manager Tool