Organized by the Forensic Psychiatry Program at St. Josephs Healthcare Hamilton, the Forensic Psychiatry Institute gives you an opportunity to learn from colleagues from across the province and around the world. This is where you will find information on:
- International Forensic Psychiatry Lecture Series
- Risk and Recovery Conference
- Forensic Psychiatry Summer Institute
- Radical Collaborations Research Day
- International Journal of Risk and Recovery
- Aggressive Incidents Scale
- Hamilton Anatomy of Risk Management and
- Hitting the Hammer podcast
Join us to engage in stimulating conversations about mental health and the law.
International Forensic Psychiatry Lecture Series
Hosted by McMaster University and St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, the International Forensic Psychiatry Lecture Series is a weekly educational webinar series. It provides engaging and innovative topics on mental health and the law.
Risk and Recovery Forensic Conference
Don’t miss out on the Canadian forensic psychiatry event of 2022.
Save the date!
April 20 to 22, 2022.
The 15th annual Risk and Recovery Forensic Conference will be a hybrid event, taking place at the Sheraton Hamilton Hotel.
Forensic Psychiatry Summer Institute
The Forensic Psychiatry Summer Institute is devoted to cultivating forensic professional development by encouraging stimulating discussions among professionals in the forensic mental health system while attending to their well-being.
International Journal of Risk and Recovery
The International Journal of Risk and Recovery publishes research and practice-based articles for academics and clinicians. The journal covers forensic psychiatric and medico-legal issues with a focus on risk and innovation in rehabilitation in forensic mental health.
Radical Collaborations Research Day
The Radical Collaborations Research Day page is coming soon!
Aggressive Incidents Scale & Hamilton Anatomy of Risk Management
Until recently, there was a lack of clinically relevant, dynamic, innovative risk assessment tools for clinicians in psychiatry. The revolutionary Aggressive Incidents Scale (AIS) and Hamilton Anatomy of Risk Management (HARM) fill that gap.