Past Award Recipients

Past Award Recipients

BRUNO CORMIER AWARD

The Bruno Cormier Award is awarded to a distinguished psychiatrist who has made a significant contribution to Forensic Psychiatry in Canada.

2016 – The Honorable Mr. Justice Richard D. Schneider and Dr. Hy Bloom
2015 – Dr. Gary Chaimowitz
2014 – Dr. Renée Roy
2012 – Dr. J. Paul Fedoroff
2010 – Dr. Renée Fugère
2006 – Dr. Abraham Halpern
2004 – Dr. Ian Hector
2003 – Dr. Maelor Vallance
2002 – Dr. Dominique Bourget
2001 – Dr. Roy O’Shaughnessy
2000 – Dr. Graham Glancy
1999 – Dr. Derek Eaves
1998 – Dr. Stephen Hucker
1997 – Dr. Arboleda Florez
1996 – Dr. Lionel Beliveau
1995 – Dr. Pierre Gagné
1994 – Dr. John Bradford

 

CAPL FELLOWSHIP AWARD

Year

Name

Sponsoring University

Theme

2017

Géraldine Godmaire-Duhaime

Université Laval

Impact de l’instauration d’une ordonnance d’autorisation de soins dans l’évolution des patients suivis par une équipe SIM de l’IUSMQ
2016

Emilie Allaire

Université de Montréal

Psychose, automatisme et intoxication : un mélange explosif
2015

Stephen Floyd Wood

University of Ottawa

A Pilot Study of the Rate of Compliance with Section 54 of the Ontario Mental Health Act
2014

Sébastien Prat

McMaster University

Comparison Between Pedophilic and Non-Pedophilic Child Pornography Offenders
2013   No award
2012

Jennifer Pytyck

McMaster University

“Move Over Regina” – The Sovereign Citizen Movement and Its Impact on Canadian Forensic Psychiatry
2011

Valérie Trottier-Hébert

Université de Sherbrooke

Denial of Pregnance and Neonaticide: Case Presentation and Literature Review
2010   No award
2009

Nathan Kolla

University of   Toronto

Double-Blind, Placebo Controlled Trial of Sildenafil   Citrate in Phallometric Testing
2008

Hygiea Casiano

University of   Manitoba

Mental Disorder and Threats Made by Non-Institutional   People with Weapons in the National Comorbidity Study
2007

Joel Watts

University of   Ottawa

Delusional Disorder, Violence and the Courts
2006   No award
2005   No award
2004

Brad Booth

University of   Ottawa

Obsessions of Infanticide and Aggression: Under-Recognized Manifestations of OCD
2003

Gunter Lorberg

Queen’s University

Assessing the Effectiveness of the Protection from   Harrassment Act in dealing with the more severe forms of stalking
2002

Jeff Waldman

University of   Manitoba

From Dangerousness to Risk Assessment: The impact of legal   decisions on the practice of psychiatry.
2001  No award
1999

Aileen Brunet

Centre for   Addiction and Mental Health

Determining the Risk Extra-Familial Child Molesters May   Pose to their Own Children
1998

Alexander Levin

University of   British Columbia

An Approach to the Biological Management of the Repeatedly   Violent