The Book Every Psychiatrist Should Read – 3 Minute Talks

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Date and time: 22 Mar 2019 from 16:30 to 17:30

Location: Hawthorn A/B/C  Floor Map

For the past two years, one of our most popular sessions has been our 3-Minute Talks on "The Book Every Psychiatrist Should Read" so we are bringing this back with all new books and speakers.

This fast paced session highlights speakers who provide a three-minute talk about a book that influenced them. Each speaker will introduce listeners to a book that has affected the way they practice psychiatry, whether fiction or nonfiction. The session promises to be fun and thought provoking while inspiring your curiosity.

Learning Objective

  1.  To introduce listeners to a book that has affected the way we practice psychiatry.

Moderated by:  Dr. Gord Kelly

Presenter Book Title Book Author
Dr. Leyland M. Adams The Epidemic of Absence Moise Velasouez-Manoff
Dr. David Block Adverse Childhood Experiences Study Kaiser Permanente under Dr Felliti
Dr. Helen Bondurant The Glass Castle Jeanette Walls
Dr. Mary Cummins Eleanor Oliphant is Compley Fine Gail Honeyman
Dr. Jillann Farmer The Design of Everyday Things Donald Norman
Dr. Kathy Fitch The Child Called It David Peltzer
Dr. Manrit Takhar Tea With the Mad Hatter Erin Campbell & Austin Mardon
Dr. Doug Spaner The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry Rachel Joyce


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