New Connections: Perspectives on Telemental Health Services in Long-Term Care


Where: Online Cost: Free

These rounds are open to students and healthcare professionals.

Presented by:

  • Song Yang (Simon) Yu FRCPC, MD
  • Aviva Rostas, MD FRCPC

The learning objectives of New Connections: Perspectives on Telemental Health Services in Long-Term Care are:
1. Describe current guidelines pertaining to telemental health and their limitations with respect to the long-term care setting.
2. Identify major themes regarding the challenges and strengths of telemental health services for long-term care residents.
3. Discuss ways to improve the quality of telemental health services in long-term care.

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