The inaugural Levine Family Lectureship
Women's College Hospital, 76 Grenville Street, Toronto
The Levine Family Lectureship is made possible through the donor-funded Levine Quadruplet Endowment Fund. The Fund was established in appreciation of Women’s College Hospital’s leadership in saving young lives and will continue to support that leadership across the life stages.
Dr. Valerie Taylor
, psychiatrist-in-chief at Women’s College Hospital and scientist at Women’s College Research Institute, will present on the topic of mental health in medicine with a focus on the role that sex and gender play in impacting the presentation, diagnosis and treatment of women’s mental health.
Dr. Simone Vigod
, staff psychiatrist at Women’s College Hospital and scientist at Women’s College Research Institute, will discuss innovative solutions for treating mental health issues around the time of pregnancy.
Monday, June 26, 2017
Registration and refreshments – 5 p.m. | Formal program begins – 5:45 p.m.
Women’s College Hospital, 76 Grenville Street | C.L. Burton Conference Centre, 2nd floor
About the Levine Family Lectureship
With a focus on new and emerging research or best medical practice in peri and post-natal care through the WCH Family Practice Health Centre, the Women’s Mental Health Program or other women’s mental health issues, the Levine Family Lectureship amplifies women’s mental health as a part of healthcare for all women, more broadly among professionals, educators and community, to better equip people to understand the psychosocial determinants of health and how that impacts the treatment and presentation of women’s mental health on a broad scale.
To attend this free event, please RSVP to Marian Johnson by Monday, June 19 at
email@example.com or 416-813-4741.