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Interventions cognitives à distance en santé mentale

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Severe mental illness is associated with cognitive deficits that impact daily functioning and hinder recovery. The efficacy of psychosocial interventions that support cognitive health is well established, though not widely implemented. The use of digital technology gained some ground during the COVID-19 pandemic, improving access. This webinar will focus on the latest advances in this field.

When: March 26 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.

Presented by: Delphine Raucher-Chéné, MD, PhD 

Dr. Raucher-Chéné joined the Douglas Research Centre in May 2023 as a new clinician and researcher and has worked as a psychiatrist since 2010. Alongside her clinical work, she furthered her research training, completing a doctorate and a post-doctoral fellowship at McGill University / Douglas (from 2019 to 2021). Dr. Raucher-Chéné also joined McGill University as an Assistant Professor in 2023. Her research program focuses on the development of a comprehensive understanding of the cognitive psychopathology of severe mental illness, across stages, from neuroimaging to remediation.

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