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D’une durée de deux jours (13 et 14 mai 2019), cette formation porte sur l'évaluation du risque de violence interpersonnelle, selon l'approche du jugement clinique structuré (JCS). La formation s’adresse à tout professionnel travaillant auprès d'une clientèle présentant un risque de violence interpersonnelle (travailleurs sociaux, psychologues, criminologues, psychiatres ou autres).

La période d'inscription est maintenant fermée! COMPLET!

 

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Dr. N. Zoe Hilton is Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto, a Registered Psychologist, and a Fellow of the Canadian Psychological Association. She is currently Senior Research Scientist at Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care. During her 28 years at Waypoint, Dr. Hilton has been a clinician and clinical supervisor, and served on Ethics, Research Ethics, Strategic Planning, and Quality of Medical Care Audit Committees, among others. She was the lead investigator on the research team that developed the Ontario Domestic Assault Risk Assessment (ODARA), a brief actuarial tool created to aid decision making by police and other first responders to intimate partner violence. Dr. Hilton has received competitive grants for her research totaling nearly $1 million, as well as multiple awards for teamwork and community service related to her research. Her currently funded projects include the Trauma among Psychiatric Workers project, a multi-site research study with an integrated knowledge user model. A key research objective is to understand how workplace factors impact trauma experiences among staff working in psychiatric hospitals.