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Quick Takes: A podcast by physicians, for physicians

Dr. David Gratzer: Physician and Educator at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

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Quick Takes: A podcast by physicians, for physicians

Dr. David Gratzer: Physician and Educator at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

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Every year physicians and residents encounter a growing number of patients — and a shrinking amount of time to keep up-to-date on new practices or legislation surrounding the field of mental health and addiction.Now, with the help of Dr. David Gratzer, Continuing Professional and Practice Development Site Coordinator at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, you can receive your clinical education on-the-go as he and his guests take these current policies and practices and summarize them for you.As an educator, Dr. David Gratzer has been recognized by students and peers alike for his ability to take complex topics and present them in a concise and interesting way. He’s been doing this with a variety of articles related to psychiatry since 2012 in his popular blog, Readings of the Week. Now, in this new show, Dr. Gratzer brings his analytical skills on-air and, with the help of other experts, presents them in short, easily digestible, podcasts.Give him just a few minutes of your time for each episode and come away with strategies and insight on how each topic could affect your practice — and your patients.

Latest Episodes

7. What all physicians need to know about cannabis use and how to talk to our patients about it

In the Fall of 2018, cannabis was legalized for recreational use. And in the Fall of 2019, edibles were. In our first episode of Quick Takes since we marked our one-year of podcasting milestone, Dr. Gratzer sits down with Dr. Leslie Buckley, the Chief of the Addictions Division at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto, to discuss concerns physicians have with the legalization of cannabis (and edibles) and how to talk to your patients about it.

17 MIN2019 NOV 28
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7. What all physicians need to know about cannabis use and how to talk to our patients about it

7- Double Take: Motivational interviewing for anxiety-related cannabis use (A role-play)

In this Quick Takes episodes' bonus content, Dr. David Gratzer and Dr. Leslie Buckley engage in some role-play. Listen to hear how Dr. Buckley uses motivational interviewing techniques as she interacts with a cannabis user suffering from anxiety.

10 MIN2019 NOV 28
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7- Double Take: Motivational interviewing for anxiety-related cannabis use (A role-play)

6-Double Take with Ivan Silver

In a lively conversation with Dr. Gratzer, Dr. Ivan Silver, former CAMH VP Education, shares his thoughts on how medical education has been reshaped by technology.

15 MIN2019 SEP 25
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6-Double Take with Ivan Silver

6-Double Take with Sanjeev Sockalingam

Dr. Sanjeev Sockalingam, CAMH’s VP of Education, looks ahead and considers just-for-me learning experiences and how AI and simulation may impact medical education.

11 MIN2019 SEP 25
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6-Double Take with Sanjeev Sockalingam

6-Double Take with David Goldbloom

Dr. David Goldbloom, CAMH Senior Medical Advisor, and Dr. Gratzer have a light-hearted conversation in which Dr. Goldbloom predicts 5 things that may be in store for the future of medical education and about how technology challenges the norms and expectations of the role of clinicians.

11 MIN2019 SEP 25
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6-Double Take with David Goldbloom

6-Double Take with Peter Selby

Dr. Peter Selby, CAMH Chief of Medicine in Psychiatry, discusses the current state of technology in medical education with Dr. Gratzer.

8 MIN2019 SEP 25
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6-Double Take with Peter Selby

6. What all physicians need to know about technology and education

In this episode of Quick Takes Dr. David Gratzer sits down with an esteemed group of influential medical educators about the impact technology has had on education. Drs. Ivan Silver, Peter Selby, Sanjeev Sockalingam and David Goldbloom each discuss how technology has changed medical education – specifically psychiatric education – and some of the potential and pitfalls of future changes.

14 MIN2019 SEP 25
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6. What all physicians need to know about technology and education

5. What all physicians need to know about physician burnout

In this episode of Quick Takes: A podcast by physicians for physicians, Dr. David Gratzer sits down with Dr. Treena Wilkie, Deputy Physician-in-Chief, Medical Affairs and Practice, at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). They discuss the signs of burnout, how it differs from depression, and how it impacts the individual, as well as the broader health system. They also address the rise in the number of physicians experiencing burnout and what some of the things that organizations like CAMH are doing to help.

12 MIN2019 JUN 19
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5. What all physicians need to know about physician burnout

5-Double Take: One physician’s experience with burnout

Listen to this bonus episode of Quick Takes to hear from a psychiatrist who not only experienced burnout, but who successfully bounced back and is thriving. Dr. Murray Erlich is open and honest as he tells his own personal story: what he went through, how he dealt with it, and his advice to all physicians on what warning signs to look out for.

8 MIN2019 JUN 19
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5-Double Take: One physician’s experience with burnout

4. What all physicians need to know about global psychiatry

When there is no psychiatrist, how do people get the mental health care they need? This special edition of Quick Takes covers this topic as Dr. David Gratzer interviews Prof. Vikram Patel – 2019 winner of the prestigious John Dirks Canada Gairdner Global Health Award – about how his ground-breaking research has helped with the prevention and treatment of mental health in low-income countries.

27 MIN2019 MAY 22
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4. What all physicians need to know about global psychiatry

Latest Episodes

7. What all physicians need to know about cannabis use and how to talk to our patients about it

In the Fall of 2018, cannabis was legalized for recreational use. And in the Fall of 2019, edibles were. In our first episode of Quick Takes since we marked our one-year of podcasting milestone, Dr. Gratzer sits down with Dr. Leslie Buckley, the Chief of the Addictions Division at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto, to discuss concerns physicians have with the legalization of cannabis (and edibles) and how to talk to your patients about it.

17 MIN2019 NOV 28
Comments
7. What all physicians need to know about cannabis use and how to talk to our patients about it

7- Double Take: Motivational interviewing for anxiety-related cannabis use (A role-play)

In this Quick Takes episodes' bonus content, Dr. David Gratzer and Dr. Leslie Buckley engage in some role-play. Listen to hear how Dr. Buckley uses motivational interviewing techniques as she interacts with a cannabis user suffering from anxiety.

10 MIN2019 NOV 28
Comments
7- Double Take: Motivational interviewing for anxiety-related cannabis use (A role-play)

6-Double Take with Ivan Silver

In a lively conversation with Dr. Gratzer, Dr. Ivan Silver, former CAMH VP Education, shares his thoughts on how medical education has been reshaped by technology.

15 MIN2019 SEP 25
Comments
6-Double Take with Ivan Silver

6-Double Take with Sanjeev Sockalingam

Dr. Sanjeev Sockalingam, CAMH’s VP of Education, looks ahead and considers just-for-me learning experiences and how AI and simulation may impact medical education.

11 MIN2019 SEP 25
Comments
6-Double Take with Sanjeev Sockalingam

6-Double Take with David Goldbloom

Dr. David Goldbloom, CAMH Senior Medical Advisor, and Dr. Gratzer have a light-hearted conversation in which Dr. Goldbloom predicts 5 things that may be in store for the future of medical education and about how technology challenges the norms and expectations of the role of clinicians.

11 MIN2019 SEP 25
Comments
6-Double Take with David Goldbloom

6-Double Take with Peter Selby

Dr. Peter Selby, CAMH Chief of Medicine in Psychiatry, discusses the current state of technology in medical education with Dr. Gratzer.

8 MIN2019 SEP 25
Comments
6-Double Take with Peter Selby

6. What all physicians need to know about technology and education

In this episode of Quick Takes Dr. David Gratzer sits down with an esteemed group of influential medical educators about the impact technology has had on education. Drs. Ivan Silver, Peter Selby, Sanjeev Sockalingam and David Goldbloom each discuss how technology has changed medical education – specifically psychiatric education – and some of the potential and pitfalls of future changes.

14 MIN2019 SEP 25
Comments
6. What all physicians need to know about technology and education

5. What all physicians need to know about physician burnout

In this episode of Quick Takes: A podcast by physicians for physicians, Dr. David Gratzer sits down with Dr. Treena Wilkie, Deputy Physician-in-Chief, Medical Affairs and Practice, at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). They discuss the signs of burnout, how it differs from depression, and how it impacts the individual, as well as the broader health system. They also address the rise in the number of physicians experiencing burnout and what some of the things that organizations like CAMH are doing to help.

12 MIN2019 JUN 19
Comments
5. What all physicians need to know about physician burnout

5-Double Take: One physician’s experience with burnout

Listen to this bonus episode of Quick Takes to hear from a psychiatrist who not only experienced burnout, but who successfully bounced back and is thriving. Dr. Murray Erlich is open and honest as he tells his own personal story: what he went through, how he dealt with it, and his advice to all physicians on what warning signs to look out for.

8 MIN2019 JUN 19
Comments
5-Double Take: One physician’s experience with burnout

4. What all physicians need to know about global psychiatry

When there is no psychiatrist, how do people get the mental health care they need? This special edition of Quick Takes covers this topic as Dr. David Gratzer interviews Prof. Vikram Patel – 2019 winner of the prestigious John Dirks Canada Gairdner Global Health Award – about how his ground-breaking research has helped with the prevention and treatment of mental health in low-income countries.

27 MIN2019 MAY 22
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4. What all physicians need to know about global psychiatry

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