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  Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry [CACAP], (AcadÉmie canadienne de psychiatrie de l'enfant et l'adolescent)   

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Contact:
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Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
701-141 Laurier Avenue West
Ottawa, ON K1P 5J3
Canada

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The Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry [CACAP] is the sole professional association of psychiatrists who work to improve the mental and emotional well-being of children, youth and their families across Canada. The forerunner Canadian Academy of Child Psychiatry (1980–2002) developed from the previous Canadian Assembly of Child Psychiatry.

The official publication of CACAP is the Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry | Journal de l'Académie canadienne de psychiatrie de l'enfant et de l'adolescent.

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  Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry [CACAP], (l'Académie canadienne de psychiatrie de l'enfant et de l'adolescent)   

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Contact:


Canadian Academy of Child Psychiatry
c/o Elizabeth Waite, Executive Director
701-141 Laurier Avenue West
Ottawa ON K1P 5J3
Canada

613/288-0408
613/234-9857 fax


About:


The Canadian Academy of Child Psychiatry was founded in 1980 and in 2002 became the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry [CACAP]. It s 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 sole professional association of psychiatrists who work to help children, youth and their families across Canada reach their optimal potential for mental and emotional well-being.

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  Canadian Academy of Geriatric Psychiatry [CAGP]   

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Canadian Academy of Geriatric Psychiatry
c/o Lilian Thorpe
Clinical Gerontology
Saskatoon City Hospital
701 Queen Street
Saskatoon, SK S7K 0M7
Canada

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The Canadian Academy of Geriatric Psychiatry [CAGP] is a national organization of psychiatrists dedicated to promoting mental health in the Canadian elderly population through the clinical, educational and research activities of its membership. The CAGP is a member of the Council of Academies of the Canadian Psychiatric Association. It has about 200 members.

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  Canadian Academy of Psychiatry and Law [CAPL], (l'Académie canadienne de psychiatrie et droit)   

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Canadian Academy of Psychiatry and Law
c/o Dominique Bourget
Royal Ottawa Hospital
1145 Carling Avenue
Ottawa, ON K1Z 7K4
Canada

613/722-6521 ext 6366
819/595-8971 fax

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  Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation [CACCF], (Federation Canadienne D'agrement des Conseillers en Toxicomanie)   

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Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation
236 Victoria Street North, Unit 1
Kitchener, Ontario N2H 5C8
Canada

866/624-1911
519/772-0533
519/772-0535 fax

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The Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation [CACCF] strives to continuously offer the most effective and credible certifications to all addiction specific counsellors in Canada. The CACCF promotes, certifies and monitors the competency of addiction specific counsellors in Canada using current and effective practices, which are internationally recognized.

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  Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health [CADTH]   

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Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health
600-865 Carling Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario K1S 5S8
Canada

(613) 226-2553
(613) 226-5392 fax


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Funded by Canada’s federal, provincial, and territorial governments since 1990, the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health [CADTH] is an independent, not-for-profit agency that provides decision-makers with evidence, analysis, advice, and recommendations about about the effectiveness and efficiency of health technologies required to make informed decisions in health care.

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  Canadian Art Therapy Association [CATA], (l'Association canadienne d'art thérapie)   

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The Canadian Art Therapy Association
26 Earl Grey Road
Toronto, ON M4J 3L2
Canada

416/461-9420


About:


The Canadian Art Therapy Association [CATA] was founded in 1977 as a non-profit organization to promote the development of the profession of art therapy in Canada.

Objectives:

  • Encourage professional exchange and collaboration among art therapists, art therapy students and professionals in related fields
  • Promote and maintain national standards of training, practice and professional registration.
  • Foster research and publications in art therapy
  • Increase awarenes of art therapy as an important mental health discipline within the community

The official publication of CATA is the biannual The Canadian Art Therapy Association Journal.

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  Canadian Association for Child and Play Therapy [CACPT]   

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Canadian Association for Child and Play Therapy
24 Hayes Avenue,
Guelph, Ontario N1E 5V5
Canada

519/827-1506
519/827-1825 fax

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The Canadian Association for Child and Play Therapy believes in the value of play and its contribution to an individual's mental, emotional, social and psychological well being. The Association believes in:
  • Advancing and promoting the understanding and value of Play Therapy
  • High standards of professional and ethical practice
  • Advocating membership

To maintain a strong and professional organization, professional training and current research in Play Therapy is promoted throughout the program.

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  Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians [CAEP], (Association canadienne des médicins d'urgence)   

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The mission of the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians [CAEP] is to promote the interests of emergency physicians and the specialty of emergency medicine in Canada by:
  • Advocating for emergency physicians and their patients
  • Connecting emergency physicians
  • Leading emergency medicine education
  • Providing a forum for research in emergency medicine

The official publication of is the Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine / Journal canadien de la médicine d'urgence.

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  Canadian Association on Gerontology [CAG], (Association canadienne de gérontologie) [ACG]   

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Canadian Association on Gerontology
263 McCaul Street
Suite 328
Toronto, Ontario M5T 1W7
Canada

855/224-2240

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Founded in 1971, the Canadian Association on Gerontology [CAG] is a national, multidisciplinary scientific and educational association established to provide leadership in matters related to the aging population. CAG seeks to improve the lives of older Canadians through the creation and dissemination of knowledge in Gerontological policy, practice, research and education.

The official publication of CAG is the Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement .

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  Canadian Association for the Mentally Ill   

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Canadian Association for the Mentally Ill
Box 1378
Kamloops BC V2C 6L7
Canada

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The Canadian Association for the Mentally Ill is a non profit society with no administration fees. Its goals are to create:
  • A National Voice for its Members
  • Clubhouses for members by members in all communities
  • Safe places for members to meet and socialize
  • Jobs for Association members
  • Programs that members want and need

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  Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (l'Association Canadienne pour la prévention du suicide) [CASP/ACPS]   

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Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention
870 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg MB
Canada, R3G 0P1

204/784-4073

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The Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention [CASP/ACPS] was incorporated in 1985 to provide information and resources to communities to reduce the suicide rate and minimize the harmful consequences of suicidal behaviour.

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  Canadian Association of Psychoanalytic Child Therapists [CAPCT]   

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Canadian Association of Psychoanalytic Child Therapists
42 Brookmount Road
Toronto, Ontario M4L 3N2
Canada

416/690-5464
416/690-2746 fax

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The Canadian Association of Psychoanalytic Child Therapists [CAPCT] was founded in 1981 as a service organization for psychoanalytically trained child and adolescent psychotherapists in Canada. In conjunction with its many services, the CAPCT provides educational and networking opportunities for its members, and works to promote awareness of dynamic psychotherapy with children in the mental health community.

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  Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology [CAPO ACOP], (Association Canadienne d'Oncologie Psychosociale)   

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Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology
c/o Anne Leis, PhD, President
Department of Community Health and Epidemiology
University of Saskatchewan
107 Wiggins Road
Saskatoon, SK S7N 5E5
Canada

306/966-7878
306/966-7920 fax

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The Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology [CAPO ACOP] is the oldest interdisciplinary professional association in North America dedicated to helping people to cope with cancer. The purpose of the Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology is to foster and encourage interdisciplinary excellence in psychosocial research, education, and clinical practice in oncology.

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  Canadian Association of Rubenfeld Synergists   


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Canadian Association of Rubenfeld Synergists
112 Lund Street
Richmond Hill, ON L4C 5V9
Canada

905/883-3158

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  Canadian Association for Sandplay Therapy [CAST], (Association canadienne pour la thérapie par le jeu de sable [ACTJS)   

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Canadian Association for Sandplay Therapy

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The Canadian Association for Sandplay Therapy [CAST] is a non-profit organization and a member of the International Society for Sandplay Therapy [ISST].

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  Canadian Association of School Psychologists [CASP]   

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Canadian Association of School Psychologists
Suite 252
162-2025 L'Avenue Corydon
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3P 0N5
Canada

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  Canadian Association of Sexual Assault Centres [CASAC]   

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  Canadian Association of Social Workers, (Association canadienne des travailleurs sociaux)   

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Canadian Association of Social Workers


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Founded in 1926 to monitor employment conditions and to establish standards of practice within the profession, the Canadian Association of Social Workers (CASW) has evolved into a national voice on behalf of some 13,000 members. The CASW Board of Directors determines and oversees general and financial policies. With each provincial association appointing one member to the board, a unified voice for the Canadian profession is assured.

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  Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists, (l'Association canadienne des orthophonistes et audiologistes)   

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Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists
2006-130 Albert Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5G4
Canada

613/567-9968
613/567-2859 fax

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  Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention [CASP/ACPS], (l’Association canadienne pour la prévention du suicide)   

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Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention
c/o The Support Network
#301, 11456 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton, AB T5K 0M1
Canada

780/482-0198
780/488-1495 fax

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The Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention [CASP/ACPS] is a national non-profit organization whose ultimate purpose is to reduce the suicide rate and minimize the harmful consequences of suicidal behaviour. The organization achieves its purpose by facilitating, advocating, supporting and advising, rather than through the provision of direct services.

The core functions of CASP include:

  • Facilitation of broad-based information sharing on intervention and research findings
  • Advocacy for policy development at the federal/provincial/territorial level
  • Development of excellence in research and service in Canada

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  Canadian Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Resource Alliance [CADDRA]   

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Canadian Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Resource Alliance
40 Wynford Drive
Suite 304A
Toronto, Ontario M3C 1J5
Canada

416-637-8583
416/385-3232 fax

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The Canadian Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Resource Alliance [CADDRA] is a national independent not-for-profit professional association of physicians, with associate membership granted to non-physician health care professionals.

Objectives:

  • Take a leadership role in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder [ADHD] research in Canada
  • Develop the Canadian ADHD Practice Guidelines [CAP-G]
  • Facilitate development and implementation of training standards and guidelines
  • Share information amongst all stakeholder groups
  • Advocate to governments, teaching environments and employment organizations on ADHD

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  Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse [CCSA-CCLAT], (Centre canadien de lutte contre l'alcoolisme et les toxicomanies)   

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The Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse is a non-profit organization working to minimize the harm associated with the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.

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  Canadian Coalition for Seniors' Mental Health [CCSMH], (Coalition canadienne pour la santé mentale des personnes âgées) [CCSMPA]   

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Canadian Coalition for Seniors' Mental Health
c/o Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care
3560 Bathurst Street
Room 311 West Wing, Old Hospital
Toronto, ON M6A 2E1
Canada

416/785-2500 ext 6331

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The Canadian Coalition for Seniors' Mental Health [CCSMH] was established in 2002.

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  Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Initiative [CCMHI]   

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Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Initiative
c/o College of Family Physicians of Canada
2630 Skymark Avenue
Mississauga, ON L4W 5A4
Canada

905/629-0900
905/629-0893 fax

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The Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Initiative [CCMHI] grew out of the Canadian Consortium for Collaborative Mental Health Care, formed in 2002 to explore areas of common interest in shared mental health care and how healthcare organizations might work together to enhance the care that patients with mental health problems being seen in the primary care sector receive.

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  Canadian College of Neuropsychopharmacology [CCNP], (Le collège canadien de neurophsychopharmacologie)   

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Canadian College of Neuropsychopharmacology
c/o Rachelle Anderson
1E7.19 Walter MacKenzie Centre
8440-112 Street
Edmonton, AL T6G 2B7
Canada

780/407-6597
780/407-6672 fax

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The Canadian College of Neuropsychopharmacology (le collège canadien de neurophsychopharmacologie) [CCNP] is an association of clinical and basic science researchers with a common interest in the brain mechanisms involved in mental disorders and their treatment. CCNP was founded in 1978. It aims to promote development of research into mental disorders and neuropsychopharmacology and to increase public and government awareness of the importance of research in this field.

The official publication of the CCNP is the Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience.

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  Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences   

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Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences
PO Box 5456, Station A
709 7015 Macleod Trail SW
Calgary, Alberta T2H 2K6
Canada

403/229-9544
403/229-1661 fax

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The Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of knowledge, patient care, and collegiality among health care professionals and research scientists working in all branches of neurological sciences.

Constituent societies:

  • The Canadian Neurological Society
  • The Canadian Neurosurgical Society
  • The Canadian Society of Clinical Neurophysiologists
  • The Canadian Society of Child Neurology

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  Canadian Council of Professional Psychology Programs [CCPPP], (Conseil Canadien des Programmes de Psychologie Professionelle)   

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The Canadian Council of Professional Psychology Programs [CCPPP] represents the various university psychology programs and psychology internship settings in Canada that train clinical psychologists, counseling psychologists, and clinical neuropsychologists.

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  Canadian Counselling Association [ccAcc], (Association Canadienne de Counseling)   

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Canadian Counselling Association
116 Albert Street
Suite 702
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5G3
Canada

613/237-1099
613/237-9786 fax

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The bilingual Canadian Counselling Association [ccAcc] (Association Canadienne de Counseling) is a national association of professionally trained counsellors engaged in the helping professions. Its members work in many diverse fields of education, employment and career development, social work, business, industry, mental health, public service agencies, government and private practice. ccAcc aims to provide leadership and to promote the advancement of counselling principles and practices in Canada. It is committed to the development of the profession of counselling in Canada.

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  Canadian Evaluation Society   


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Canadian Evaluation Society

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  Canadian Federation of Mental Health Nurses [CFMHN]   

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Canadian Federation of Mental Health Nurses
1 Concorde Gate
Suite 109
Toronto, ON M3C 3N6
Canada

416/426-7029
416/426-7280 fax

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Formed in 1988, the Canadian Federation of Mental Health Nurses [CFMHN] pioneered national credentialing in psychiatric and mental health nursing. CFMHN is a member of the Canadian Alliance of Mental Illness and Mental Health [CAMIMH].

Objectives:

  • Assure national leadership in the development and application of nursing standards that inform and affect psychiatric and mental health nursing practice
  • Examine and influence government policy, and address national issues related to mental health and mental illness
  • Communicate and collaborate with national and international groups that share CFMHN professional interests
  • Facilitate excellence in psychiatric and mental health nursing by providing members with educational and networking resources
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      Canadian Group Psychotherapy Association [ACPG/CGPA], (Association Canadienne de psychothérapie de groupe)   

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    Canadian Group Psychotherapy Association

    905/666-0555
    905/666-0000 fax


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    The Canadian Group Psychotherapy Association [ACPG/CGPA] is a national multi-disciplinary organization committed to improving the overall quality of group psychotherapy.

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      Canadian Home Care Association, (Association canadienne de soins et services à domicile)   

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    Canadian Home Care Association
    17 York Street
    Suite 401
    Ottawa, ON K1N 9J6
    Canada

    613/569-1585
    613/569-1604 fax

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      Canadian Health Economics Research Association [CHERA/ACRES], (Association Canadienne pour la Recherche en Economie de la Santé)   

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    Canadian Health Economics Research Association
    Queen's University
    Abramsky Hall, 3rd Floor
    Kingston, Ontario K7L 3N6
    Canada

    613/533-6675
    613/533-6353 fax

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    The Canadian Health Economics Research Association [CHERA/ACRES] is a national membership-based non-profit organization which promotes Canadian health research. Its objectives are to:
    • Provide a more effective forum for communication
    • Assist in the dissemination of health economic and health services research
    • Promote quality research in health economics and health services
    • Promote effective partnerships in health economics and health services research

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      Canadian Hyperlexia Association   

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    The Canadian Hyperlexia Association
    3266 Yonge Street, Box 1829
    Toronto, ON M4N 3P6
    Canada

    905/886-9163
    905/886-4629 fax

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    The Canadian Hyperlexia Association is a group of concerned parents and professionals who have joined together to make a difference.

    Mission:

    • Foster awareness of the syndrome of hyperlexia across Canada
    • Provide information relating to the observable characteristics of hyperlexia
    • Collect, disseminate and share information, practical strategies, and resources regarding hyperlexia
    • Provide opportunities for parents, children and professionals to network
    • Acknowledge the value of appropriate, early and on-going intervention

    The Vancouver Hyperlexia Support Group meets every 6 - 8 weeks. For information email Rebecca Robertson

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      The Canadian Institute   

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    The Canadian Institute
    1329 Bay Street
    Toronto, Ontario M5R 2C4
    Canada

    877/927-7936
    416/927-0718
    877/927-1563 fax
    416/927-1061 fax

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    The Canadian Institute provides conferences and workshops to senior business executives, lawyers and other professionals with a focus on current developments and trends in a wide range of industries.

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      Canadian Institute of Child Health   

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      Canadian Institute for Health Information [CIHI], (l'Institut canadien d'information sur la santé)   

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    Canadian Institute for Health Information
    377 Dalhousie Street
    Suite 200
    Ottawa, Ontario K1N 9N8
    Canada

    613/241-7860
    613/241-8120 fax


    About:


    The Canadian Institute for Health Information [CIHI] is a federally chartered but independent, not-for-profit organization. It brings programs, functions and activities from The Hospital Medical Records Institute [HMRI], The MIS Group, Health Canada [Health Information Division] and Statistics Canada [Health Statistics Division] together under one roof.

    The core functions of CIHI are:

    • Identifying health information needs and priorities
    • Collecting, processing and maintaining data for a comprehensive and growing number of health databases and registries, covering health human resources, health services and health expenditures
    • Setting national standards for financial, statistical and clinical data as well as standards for health informatics/telematics
    • Producing and disseminating value-added analysis

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      Canadian Institute for Pyschodrama and Psychotherapy   


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    Canadian Institute for Pyschodrama and Psychotherapy
    3526 Grey Avenue
    Montreal, QUE H4A 3N6
    Canada

    514/487-0320
    514/931-2274 fax

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      Canadian Medical Association [CMA]   

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    Canadian Medical Association
    1876 Alta Vista Drive
    Ottawa, ON, K1G 3Y6
    Canada

    800/457-4205
    613/731-9331
    613/236-8864 fax

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      Canadian Mental Health Association [CMHA], (l'Association canadienne pour le santé mentale)   

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    Canadian Mental Health Association
    8 King Street East
    Suite 810
    Toronto ON M5C 1B5

    Canada

    416/484-7750
    416/484-4617 fax

    national (snail) cmha.ca (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


    About:


    The Canadian Mental Health Association [CMHA] is a charitable organization that exists to promote the mental health of all people and to serve mental health consumers, their families and friends. Founded in 1918, it is one of the oldest voluntary organizations in Canada. It covers 10 provincial Societies with over 100 chapters and branches.

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      Canadian Mental Health Association [CMHA], London-Middlesex Branch   

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    Contact:
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    CMHA London-Middlesex Branch
    648 Huron Street
    London, Ontario N5Y 4J8
    Canada

    519/434-9191
    519/438-1167 fax

    mailbox (snail) london.cmha.ca (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


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    The London-Middlesex Branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association is a non-profit volunteer organization.

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      Canadian Mental Health Association (l'Association canadienne pour la santé mentale) [CMHA], Metro Toronto Branch   


    Contact:


    Metro Toronto Branch, Canadian Mental Health Association
    970 Lawrence Avenue West
    Suite 205
    Toronto, Ontario M6A 3B6
    Canada

    416/789-7957

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      Canadian Mental Health Association (l'Association canadienne pour le santé mentale) [CMHA], New Brunswick Division (Division Nuveau Brunswick)   

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    Contact:
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    Canadian Mental Health Association New Brunswick
    403 Regent Street
    Suite 202
    Fredericton, NB E3B 3X6
    Canada

    506/455-5231
    506/459-3878 fax

    cmhanb (snail) nbnet.nb.ca (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)

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      Canadian Mental Health Association (l'Association canadienne pour la santé mentale), Newfoundland and Labrador [CMHA Nfld & Lab]   

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    Contact:
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    Canadian Mental Health Association, Newfoundland and Labrador
    354 Water Street, 3rd Floor
    PO Box 5788
    St. John's, NL A1C 5X3
    Canada

    709/753-8550
    709/753-8537 fax

    office (snail) cmhanl.ca (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


    About:


    The Canadian Mental Health Association, Newfoundland and Labrador Division [CMHA Nfld & Lab] is a voluntary, charitable organization established in 1964 to promote understanding of mental health and mental illness through education, advocacy and community development.

    Objectives:

    • Serve as a mental health resource centre for the province at large
    • Support the development of Self-help groups and other community mental health initiatives
    • Speak out on mental health concerns in the media
    • Provide mental health and illness education in communities, schools, workplaces and professional training programs
    • Advocate for improvements in the mental health care system
    • Partner with other community groups and government to address major issues such as poverty and unemployment

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      Canadian Mental Health Association [CMHA], Ontario Division   

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    Contact:
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    CMHA Ontario Division
    180 Dundas Street West
    Suite 2301
    Toronto, ON M5G 1Z8
    Canada

    800/875-6213 (in Ontario)
    416/977-5580
    416/977-2264 fax
    416/977-2813 fax

    division (snail) ontario.cmha.ca (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


    About:


    The Canadian Mental Health Association [CMHA], Ontario Division is a nonprofit, provincially incorporated, registered charity. Its goal is to be the primary source of information about mental health, mental illness and policy in Ontario.

    The core business of the Provincial Office is knowledge enhancement through the development and distribution of information to a wide variety of mental health stakeholders, including local branches, consumers/ survivors and family members, policy makers and leaders and the media.

    Activities center on:

    • Knowledge transfer
    • Support to Ontario Division branches and the mental health field
    • Policy development and analysis
    • Advocacy

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      Canadian Nurses Association [CNA], (Association des infirmières et infirmiers du Canada)   

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    Contact:
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    Canadian Nurses Association
    50 Driveway
    Ottawa ON K2P 1E2
    Canada

    800/361-8404
    613/237-2133
    613/237-3520 fax

    info (snail) cna-aiic.ca (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


    About:


    The Canadian Nurses Association [CNA] is a federation of 11 provincial and territorial registered nurses associations representing more than 129,000 Canadian registered nurses. CNA is the national professional voice of Registered Nurses, supporting them in their practice and advocating for healthy public policy and a quality, publicly funded, not-for-profit health system.

    Objectives:

    • Advance the discipline of nursing in the interest of the public
    • Advocate for public policy that incorporates the principles of primary health care and respects the principles, conditions and spirit of the Canada Health Act
    • Advance the regulation of Registered Nurses in the interest of the public
    • Work in collaboration with nurses, other health-care providers, health system stakeholders and the public to achieve and sustain quality practice environments and positive client outcomes
    • Advance international health policy and development in Canada and abroad to support global health and equity
    • Promote awareness of the nursing profession so that the roles and expertise of Registered Nurses are understood, respected and optimized within the health system

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      Canadian Organization for the Advancement of Computers in Healthcare [COACH]   

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    Contact:
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    COACH
    Suite 216
    10458 Mayfield Road
    Edmonton, Alberta T5P 4P4
    Canada

    403/489-4553
    403/489-3290 fax

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      Canadian Play Therapy Institute   

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    Contact:
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    The Canadian Play Therapy Institute
    Box 2153
    Kingston, ON K7L 5J9
    Canada

    613/384-2795

    cplayti (snail) limestone.kosone.com (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


    About:


    The Canadian Play Therapy Institute serves as one of the world's major resources in play therapy and child psychology. CPTI runs many training programs each year in the field of child psychology and play therapy with a variety of presenters in many regions of North America and the Pacific.

    In addition, the Canadian Play Therapy Institute provides training and in-service education in a number of mental health topics including child psychotherapy and play therapy as well as child abuse and other mental health issues for staff and the public at the request of agencies, institutions and facilities throughout the world with programs geared specifically to the requirements of the host institution. A complete calendar of presentation topics is available by contacting the Institute office.

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      Canadian Psychiatric Association [CPA], (L'Association des psychiatres du Canada)   

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    Contact:
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    Canadian Psychiatric Association
    701-141 Laurier Avenue West
    Ottawa, ON K1P 5J3
    Canada

    800/267-1555
    613/234-2815
    613/234-9857 fax

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    About:


    Founded in 1951, the Canadian Psychiatric Association (CPA) is the national voluntary professional association for psychiatrists.

    Providing a strong, collective voice for psychiatrists across the country, the CPA serves to maintain a community dedicated to ensuring the highest possible standard of professional practice in providing psychiatric services to Canadians.

    On behalf of its members, the CPA provides leadership and support for affiliated provincial psychiatric associations and organizations through advocacy, the development of professional standards, scientific publications, medical psychiatric education, and the promotion of research.

    The official journal of the CPA is The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry.

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      Canadian Psychiatric Research Foundation [CPRF], (Fondation canadienne de la recherche en psychiatrie)   

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    Contact:
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    Canadian Psychiatric Research Foundation
    133 Richmond Street West
    Suite 200
    Toronto, ON M5H 2L3
    Canada

    800/915-2773
    416/351-7757
    416/351-7765 fax

    admin (snail) cprf.ca (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


    About:


    The Canadian Psychiatric Research Foundation [CPRF] is a national charitable organization founded in 1980 to raise and distribute funds for psychiatric research and awareness in Canada.

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      Canadian Psychoanalytic Society, (Société canadienne de psychanalyse)   

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    Contact:
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    Canadian Psychoanalytic Society
    7000 Côte-des-Neiges
    Montréal, Québec H3S 2C1
    Canada

    514/738-6105
    514/738-6393 fax

    psyanal (snail) qc.aira.com (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


    About:


    The Canadian Psychoanalytic Society has 6 branches and 400 members. It is affiliated with the International Psychoanalytical Association.

    The official publication of the Canadian Psychoanalytic Society is the Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis/Revue canadienne de psychanalyse.

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      Canadian Psychological Association, (Société canadienne de psychologie)   

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    Contact:
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    Canadian Psychological Association
    141 Laurier Avenue West
    Suite 702
    Ottawa, ON K1P 5J3
    Canada

    888-472-0657
    613/237-2144
    613/237-1674 fax

    cpa (snail) cpa.ca (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


    About:


    The Canadian Psychological Association was organized in 1939.

    Objectives:

    • Improve the health and welfare of all Canadians
    • Promote excellence and innovation in psychological research, education, and practice
    • Promote the advancement, development, dissemination, and application of psychological knowledge
    • Provide high-quality services to members

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      Canadian Public Health Association [CPHA]   

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      Canadian Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology [CRHSPP]   


    Contact:


    Canadian Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology
    368 Dalhousie Street
    Suite 300
    Ottawa, ON K1N 7G3
    Canada

    613/562-0900


    About:


    The Canadian Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology [CRHSPP] is a national voluntary register which uses nationally accepted criteria to identify psychologists who have demonstrated specialized education and training in mental health services.

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      Canadian Society of Addiction Medicine [CSAM], (Société médicale canadienne sur l'addiction [SMCA])   

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    Contact:
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    Canadian Society of Addiction Medicine
    375 West 5th Avenue
    Suite 201
    Vancouver, BC V5Y 1J6
    Canada

    604/484-3244
    604/874-4378 fax

    admin (snail) csam.org (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


    About:


    The Canadian Society of Addiction Medicine [CSAM] was formed in 1989 to be a national organization of medical professionals and other scientists interested in substance use disorders.

    Objectives:

    • Foster and promote the roles of physicians in the prevention and treatment of alcohol and drug related problems
    • Improve the quality of medical practice in the drug and alcohol field through:
      • Establishment and promotion of standards of clinical practice
      • Fostering and promotion of research
      • Fostering and promotion of medical education
    • Promote professional and public awareness of the roles that physicians can play in the prevention and treatment of alcohol and drug related problems
    • Foster and promote of further development of programs for the prevention and treatment of problems of alcohol and drug use in physicians
    • Contribute to professional and public examination and discussion of important issues in the drug and alcohol field

    CSAM provides Certification in Addiction Medicine for physicians.

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      Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science [CSBBCS], (Société Canadienne des Sciences du Cerveau, du Comportement et de la Cognition)   

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    Contact:
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    Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science
    Department of Psychology
    McMaster University
    1280 Main Street West
    Hamilton, ON, L8S 4K1
    Canada

    bbcs (snail) mcmaster.ca (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


    About:


    The Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science [CSBBCS] is a non-profit organization whose primary function is to advance Canadian research in experimental psychology and behavioral neuroscience. CSBBCS currently represents over 600 Canadian scientists.

    CSBBCS seeks to develop and maintain effective lines of communication with the major federal and provincial funding agencies and science ministries with a view to influencing science policy and funding in Canada, particularly with respect to experimental psychology and behavioural neuroscience. We also seek to promote the value of research in experimental psychology and behavioural neuroscience in the eyes of the general public through the popular and scientific press and other public venues, and to increase communication within our own research community by means of newsletters, electronic networks, and an annual meeting. We have already begun to advocate on behalf of funding for basic science, which is in serious jeopardy in Canada (as elsewhere). It has joined the National Consortium of Scientific and Educational Societies, and plan to participate actively in their efforts to inform and influence the public, Government and granting councils.

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      Canadian Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Alberta Division   

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    Contact:


    Canadian Society of Clinical Hypnosis, Alberta Division
    c/o {Mark Dimirsky, PhD
    200, 10050 - 112 Street
    Edmonton, AB T5K 2J1
    Canada

    780/482-1847
    780/482-4992 fax }

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      Canadian Society for International Health [CSIH]   

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    Contact:


    Canadian Society for International Health
    1 Nicholas Street
    Suite 1105
    Ottawa, ON K1N 7B7
    Canada

    613/241-5785
    613/241-3845 fax


    About:


    The Canadian Society for International Health [CSIH] is committed to the promotion of international health and development. Through the mobilization of Canadian resources, CSIH advocates and facilitates research, education and service activities in international health. The Society seeks to further progressive health policy and programming in all fields where global and domestic health concerns meet.

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      Canadian Society for Pharmaceutical Sciences [Société canadienne des sciences pharmaceutiques)   

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    Contact:
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    Canadian Society for Pharmaceutical Sciences
    3118 Dentistry/Pharmacy Centre
    University of Alberta Campus
    Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2N8
    Canada

    780/492-0950
    780/492-0951 fax

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      Canadian Society of Telehealth [CST], (Société Canadienne de Télésanté)   

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    About:


    Launched in 1998 by 153 founding members from academic, individual, and corporate sector, the Canadian Society for Telehealth [CST] is the first Canadian non-profit health association devoted to Telehealth. It promotes all aspects of telehealth -- the use of communication and information technologies to deliver health care over large and small distances.

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      Canadian Societies of Clinical Hypnosis [CSCH]   

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    About:


    The Canadian Societies of Clinical Hypnosis [CSCH] is a national association of clinicians who use hypnosis to improve the health and well-being of their clients and patients. The Society is a component section of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis [ASCH] and has component sociieties in each province. The Society was established in 1982.

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      Canberra Manic Depressive Support Group   


    Contact:


    The Secretary
    28 Paloona Place Duffy ACT 2611
    Australia

    +61 06 247 5861


    About:


    Meets on the third Monday in each month at Phillip Health Centre.

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      Canyon Ranch Health Resort   

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    Contact:


    Canyon Ranch Health Resort
    Tucson, AZ
    800/742-9000


    About:


    Canyon Ranch is a private for-profit "health resort" that features fitness, nutrition, spa services and medical and behavioral consultations and services.

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