International Forensic Psychiatry Lecture Series
Hosted by McMaster University and St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, this weekly educational webinar series provides engaging and innovative topics on forensic psychiatry. Talks will be no longer than one hour and include a question and answer period. Attendees will have the flexibility to register for any topics that pique their interest.
Note: Recordings are only available upon consent of the speaker. Recordings are available for up to ONE YEAR! Free registration is needed to access webinar recordings.
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Don’t forget to review our up-coming live lectures.
Recovered Memory, False Memory, and their Impact on Homicide Investigations
Dr. Peter Collins’ talk from Mar 2.
Vulnerability to Ideologically Motivated Violence Among Individuals with ASD
Dr. Marc Woodbury-Smith talk from Feb. 23.
Homicide as a Complex Relational Event: A Psychodynamic Perspective
Dr. Gwen Adshead’s talk from Feb. 16.
Gender and Strengths in Forensic Settings: What we Know, Don’t Know and Need to Know
Dr. Shelley Brown’s talk from Feb. 9.
Child, Family & Social Psychiatric Perspectives on Forensic Psychiatry
Dr. Vincenzo Di Nicola’s talk from Feb. 2.
Strengths-based Approaches to Risk Assessment and Offender Rehabilitation
Dr. Corine de Ruiter’s talk from Jan. 19.
Incels: Psychological Considerations to Inform Clinical Practice
Dr. Brandon Sparks’ talk from Dec. 8.
Getting Really High and Doing Bad Things – The Chan Case Revisited
Mr. Craig Fraser & Mr. Andrew McLean talk from Nov. 24.
Mental Health and Human Rights: Perspective of the Federal Prison Ombuds of Canada
Dr. Ivan Zinger’s talk from Nov. 17.
Using Sexual Fantasies to Evaluate the Risks of Acting Out: Pitfalls and Potentials
Dr. Christian Joyal’s talk from Nov. 10.
Welcome to the FORUM: A New Patient and Clinician Reported Outcome Measure for Forensic Mental Health Services
Dr. Howard Ryland’s talk from Oct. 27.
Why Is There a Dog in My Office? Answers to This and Other Important Questions for Individuals Work in the Forensic Field
Dr. Colleen Dell’s talk from Oct. 20.
Coercive Controlling Behaviours in Partner Abusive Relationships: What Is It, What Does It Look Like, and Why Is It Important
Dr. Sandy Jung’s talk from Oct. 13.
Involuntary Psychiatric Admissions: What Can We Learn from the French experience?
Dr. Sebastien Prat’s talk from Oct. 6.
Implementation of a Cultural Formulation Tool in Forensic Services
Dr. Treena Wilkie & Suraya Faziluddin’s presentation from June 23.
Panel Discussion: The Future of Forensic Psychiatry Research
Dr. Andrew Olagunju, Dr. Liam Marshall and Dr. John Bradford’s discussion from June 16.
COVID-19 In Forensic and Jailed Populations: A Focus on Epidemiology and Risk Mitigation
Dr. Zain Chagla’s talk from June 9.
Conspiracy Theories Gone Wild: Belief, Ideology, and Intervention
Dr. Joseph Pierre’s talk from June 2.
The Long-Term Effects of Child Sexual Abuse: Social, Psychological and Criminological Sequelae
Dr. James Ogloff’s talk from May 12.
Restorative Justice in Forensic Mental Health – Right or Rehabilitation?
Dr. Gerard Drennan’s talk on April 28, 2022.
Lessons Learned: Working with a Blended Treatment/Healing Approach for Indigenous People in the Criminal Justice System
Dr. Lawrence Ellerby’s talk on April 14, 2022.
Violence Prevention with the Electronic Dynamic Appraisal of Situational Aggression (eDASA) + Aggression Prevention Protocol (APP)
Dr. Michael Daffern’s talk on April 7, 2022.
Malingering: Detecting, Assessing, Accepting and Integrating into Forensic Practice – Part 2
Dr. Percy Wright’s talk from March 31, 2022.