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Micheline Tremblay

Micheline Tremblay

Adult Psychiatry and Honorary Lecturer for the University of Liverpool
Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Tremblay is Consultant in Adult General Psychiatry as part of a Community Mental Health Team providing specialist mental health services to the Northwich population in Cheshire.

She completed her specialist training in Quebec, Canada, as well as her Master's Degree in Experimental Sciences.

Over years Dr Tremblay has held various posts within her Trust including Clinical Director, Chair of the ElectroConvulsive Therapy Group and Medical Governor. This exposure to medical management and governance helped shape an interest for the effective management of disorders through the use of Integrated Care Pathways.

Dr Tremblay developed a special interest for Bipolar Disorder being involved in training and education with a variety of groups including psychiatric trainees as Honorary Lecturer for the University of Liverpool, practitioners including pharmacists and GPs, and most importantly users and carers through her work and involvement with Bipolar UK

As a Fellow of NICE, Dr Tremblay wishes to expand this interest in adapting a concept of Integrated Care Pathway in the management of Bipolar Disorder for use with the Patient Electronic Record systems. This tool is designed to provide cutting edge evidence based information at the finger tips of mental health practitioners. A collaboration with NICE will support the infusion of the latest information within the pathway and facilitate its dissemination. She is hoping to promote evidence based practice, training and education with the use of Integrated Care Pathways. This project is part of a partnership application aiming at facilitating cultural and educational visits with Bipolar Expert Centres in Europe.

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