Dr. Robert Madan is Baycrest’s Chief of Psychiatry and Executive Medical Director of the Centre for Mental Health. He is also the Medical Program Director for the Baycrest Psychiatric Day Hospital and is involved clinically in long-term care consultation, and outpatient psychiatry. He has been on staff at Baycrest since 2003.
Dr. Madan has a strong interest in education. He is the Chair of the Medical Education Committee. Additionally, Dr. Madan is the Postgraduate Education Coordinator for the Division of Geriatric Psychiatry and has recently become the Residency Program Director for the newly accredited Geriatric Psychiatry Subspecialty at the University of Toronto. His academic interests are in the areas education scholarship and faculty development.
Dr. Madan attended medical school at the University of Western Ontario and completed his psychiatry residency in psychiatry at the University of Toronto. He is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto.
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Chief of Psychiatry ; Executive Medical Director for the Centre for Mental Health – Baycrest (professional)
Headquartered in Ontario and fully affiliated with the University of Toronto, Baycrest is the global leader in developing and providing innovations in aging and brain health. Baycrest is unique in the world, combining a comprehensive system of care for aging patients, one of the world's top research institutes in cognitive neuroscience, dedicated centres focused on mitigating the impact of age-related illness and impairment, and unmatched global knowledge exchange and commercialization capacity.
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Direct Observation in Mental Health Training
Baycrest Event Seminar Toronto, Ontario
Treatment Resistant Depression
Clinical and Ethical Issues in Geriatric and Long-Term Care The Baycrest Joseph E. & Minnie Wagman Centre, Toronto
Direct Observation In Health Care Education
Baycrest Learning Series Seminar Toronto, Ontario
KEYNOTE SPEECH: Non-pharmacological Approaches for the Treatment of Behavioral Disturbances in Dementia
Canadian Academy of Geriatric Psychiatry Annual Scientific Meeting: From Prevention to Palliation Toronto, Ontario
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