Join us for another exclusive BCSS Members-Only Event:
Clozapine: The Importance of Early Treatment
The BC Schizophrenia Society is excited to announce our next Members-Only Event! Many benefits come with being a part of the BCSS member community, and we are delighted to invite our members to the second Members-Only Event of 2023!
Join us virtually on Tuesday, September 26, 2023, to hear from Dr. Harish Neelakant, a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at UBC and a psychiatrist working at Vancouver General Hospital and in the Vancouver community.
Dr. Harish Neelakant specializes in the clinical assessment of patients, conducting investigations, and analyzing and evaluating tests and data findings to diagnose the nature and extent of a patient’s mental disorders. He prescribes, orders, and administers appropriate psychotherapeutic medications or treatments to help individuals manage mental, emotional, and behavioural disorders.
Date: Tuesday, September 26, 2023
Time: 6:00-7:00 PM (Pacific Time)
Location: Virtual (Accessible from anywhere you have access to Zoom)
Topic: Clozapine: The Importance of Early Treatment
Save the date and register: Mark your calendar for Tuesday, September 26th and prepare to be part of this educational event. Once you become a BCSS member, you will receive a special event registration link via email.
This session will be recorded and available after the event.
Individuals must be a BCSS member to register for a members-only event. The event recording will be posted to the BCSS website for public viewing one to two weeks after the event. Requests for recording links can be sent to email@example.com. All requests will be vetted by the events coordinator and responded to accordingly. If an individual/organization would like to share the recording, distribution of recording links must be done in good faith and align with the vision and mission of BCSS.
Here is how you can secure your spot at this important event:
To attend this exclusive event, you need to be a BCSS member. Becoming a member is easy and free!
Visit BCSS.org/membership or scan the QR code provided below to sign up. By joining BCSS today, you gain access to this highly anticipated event and become part of a community dedicated to supporting individuals with severe and persistent mental illnesses.
Benefits of BCSS Membership:
The BC Schizophrenia Society would like to share with you the many benefits that come with being a part of the BCSS community. As a member, you will have access to
- – Exclusive BCSS Members-Only Events
- – The opportunity to vote at the BCSS Annual General Meeting.
- – The chance to share your experiences on the BCSS website, newsletters, and social media channels.
- – You will also receive additional information on schizophrenia and other mental illnesses and members-only promotional merchandise.
Event Sponsor: We extend our gratitude to our event sponsor, AA Pharma, for their generous support in making this event possible. Together, we strive to improve mental health care and advocate for positive change.