The Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry welcomes members of the public, child and adolescent psychiatrists, physicians and allied health professionals to our web site promoting the mental health of children and youth and the professional affairs of Canada’s child and adolescent psychiatrists.
On this site you will find:
- Members have access to a members’ forum, a members’ directory and the means to update their personal information profile and pay their dues;
- CACAP’s Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry / Journal de l’Académie canadienne de psychiatrie de l’enfant et de l’adolescent;
- Ways to contribute to advocacy for the mental health of children, youth and families;
- How to join if you are a child and adolescent psychiatrist, a physician or allied health professional with online applications and renewal;
- Information about the profession of child and adolescent psychiatry.
- Professional development information and standards of continuing maintenance of competence for child and adolescent psychiatrists.
- The annual scientific conference of the association with online abstract submission and registration;
- Job opportunities; and
- Information about CACAP.
We welcome your comments about our site. You may contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
CACAP does not provide individual consultations, or referrals to specific child/adolescent psychiatrists.
The Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is a national organization of child and adolescent psychiatrists and other professionals in Canada, committed to advancing the mental health of children, youth and families through promotion of excellence in care, advocacy, education, research and collaboration with other professionals.
CACAP is the recognized national leader in child, youth and family psychiatry through advocacy, education, and expertise.
It is an incredible privilege to assume the Presidency of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry as we redefine our role as a national organization committed to supporting our members and advocating for the mental health of children, youth and families. I am honoured to work with an exceptional Board comprised of Regional Representatives and an Executive dedicated to advancing excellence in care, education, advocacy and collaboration with other professional organizations.
During my presidency, I am committed to bringing to life the goals of our strategic plan: ensuring the fiscal health of our organization; increasing the continuing professional development opportunities available for our members; advocating for child, youth and family mental health care; and building partnerships that help us achieve these goals.
I look forward to working with our members, the Executive, and the Board to grow our organization and its influence as the voice for child and youth mental health in Canada.
Jana Davidson, MD, FRCPC