Webinar 1 – Sleep In Other Disorders
January 31, 2022 – 7 pm – 8:30 pm ET
Dr. Raed Hawa, MSc MD FRCPC DABSM DABPN, President CACLP
Professor, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
Deputy Psychiatrist-in-Chief, Centre for Mental Health, University Health Network
Subspecialty Certification in Sleep Medicine and C-L Psychiatry
Diplomate American Board of Sleep Medicine
Diplomate American Board of Obesity Medicine

Webinar 2 – Psychosocial Oncology
April 27th 2022 – 7 pm – 8:30 pm ET
Dr. Jenny Laidlaw MD, FRCPC
Staff Psychiatrist; Fraser Valley Centre & Consulting Psychiatrist; Centre for the North in Prince George – BC Cancer Agency
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at UBC
Psychiatry Representative for the BC Cancer Agency Medical Staff Engagement Society
Board Member of the Canadian Academy of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry
Contributing member to the Royal College Area of Focused Competency (AFC) committee for CL Psychiatry.

Dr. Alan Bates, MD, PhD, FRCPC
Provincial Practice Leader for Psychiatry
Acting Program Medical Director for Supportive Cancer Care, and Chair of the Medical Advisory Committee at BC Cancer
Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at UBC
Past-President of the BC Psychiatric Association.


CACLP is hosting a virtual careers night with a panel of C-L psychiatrists on Tuesday, November 30 from 7-8:30 pm ET!

Trainees across the country can learn more about paths to rewarding careers in C-L psychiatry and have your questions answered by our panel.

Panelists include: Dr. Adrienne Tan, Dr. Jennifer Laidlaw, Dr. Leon Tourian, Dr. Lina Anang and Moderated by 2021 Glenda MacQueen award winner Dr. Kathleen Sheehan.

Please Join us virtually for the CACLP Webinar Series!

The Canadian Academy of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry (CACLP) is one of four academies of the Canadian Psychiatric Association (CPA). Each year, prior to the CPA’s Annual Conference, CACLP hosts a full-day Annual Meeting, however, due to Covid19 CACLP will be offering a Webinar Series.

The CACLP Webinar Series is for psychiatrists, physicians, trainees and other health care professionals—who have an interest in the interface between mental and physical illness and well-being. The audience will range from those in senior positions within their institutions and who have decades of clinical experience to senior residents and fellows who will soon be transitioning to independent practice. Please check back regularly for details on upcoming CACLP Webinar Series.