Dr. Pierre Chue, MBBCh, FRCPsych, LMCC, FRCPC, DABPN, MSc, CCST.

Author or co-author of more than 160 articles and abstracts in peer reviewed medical journals, book chapters, and scientific symposia; published several Cochrane Reviews and contributed to national guidelines; reviewer for psychiatric journals and Psychiatry Research Awards Program.

Teaches students in healthcare disciplines from around the world. Given over 600 presentations as a visiting professor and/or invited contributor at major psychiatric congresses and universities and media interviews in English and French. Rated in 2004 Canadian Universities Cormex Report as the most frequently quoted physician in the Canadian media.

Medical educator who has facilitated knowledge transfer and continuous professional development. Developed accredited (national and international) educational programs, master classes, symposia and conferences, clinical practice tools and audit applications for healthcare professionals for universities, CPA, RCPSC, AHS, IHE, CCEIP and industry. Completed evaluations of clinical competency and clinical practice readiness for CPSA.

As Director, Clinical Trials & Research Program involved in >50 national/international clinical trials (schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety disorders, smoking cessation, sexual dysfunction); conducted rater training and developed a patient satisfaction rating scale.

Researcher with Integrative Health Institute, Centre of Excellence for Real World Clinical Outcomes, Neuroscience and Mental Health Institute and Campus Alberta Neuroscience .

Expert for Alberta coroner’s office, EPS, RCMP, health authorities (Canada/ US), IME/insurance companies, Justice Canada, CBSA, CMPA, and CPSA. Medical Panel Chair for WCB. Testified in Canada, US, and UK on an individual plaintiff basis and for national class action law suits. Provided submissions to reimbursement, approval and formulary committees including TPD and PMPRB for Government of Canada, Ontario Drug Benefit Plan and Alberta Blue Cross.