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Dr. JacquesTremblay, MD,MSc,BA
Assistant Professor


Psychiatry
Addiction medicine
General and internal medicine


Douglas Mental Health University Institute
6875 LaSalle Blvd
Montreal
Quebec
H4H 1R3
514-761-6131 ext.2704
514-489-7861

trejac@douglas.mcgill.ca


Pavillon Foster
6 Foucreault
Saint-Philippe-de-Laprairie
Quebec
J0L 2K0
450-659-8911



Dr. Tremblay is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at McGill University. He is a clinical epidemiologist and an addiction medicine physician. His research deals with the assessment of treatment and program effectiveness in areas related to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), driving under the influence of alcohol, and community psychiatric services delivery. Dr. Tremblay has introduced methods to assess the quality of medical care in Canada and methods to analyze qualitative data using multivariate analysis. He currently acts as external evaluator for a project developing indigenous research on victims of political violence and natural disasters in Nepal, Sri Lanka, Peru, and Guatemala. He is part of an international team working on the treatment of PTSD, using selective emotional memory reconsolidation blockade, in animal models and humans, where he is the Canadian trialist for human randomized clinical trials. Dr. Tremblay is also active in the clinical practice of general medicine in areas related to psychiatry, substance use disorders, and dual disorders. He is currently president of the Council of Physicians, Dentists, and Pharmacists of the Douglas Institute.


Undergraduate: BA, Université de Montréal
Medical School: MD, Université de Montréal

Residency: McGill University/Royal Victoria Hospital


Association des CMDP du Québec, Secretary-Treasurer



Brunet J, Orr S, Tremblay J, Robertson K, Nader K, Pitman RK. Effect of post-retrieval propranolol on psychophysiologic responding during subsequent script-driven traumatic imagery in post-traumatic stress disorder. Journal of Psychiatric Research. 2008;42(6):503-506.

Pedersen D, Tremblay J, Errazuriz C, Gamarra J. The sequelae of political violence: assessing trauma, suffering and dislocation in the Peruvian highlands. Social Science and Medicine. 2008;67(2):205-217.

Lasry N, Levy E, Tremblay J. Making memories, again. A comment on: Karpicke JD, Roediger III HL. The critical importance of retrieval for learning. Science. 2008;319:966-968. Science. 320(5884), 1720.

Tremblay J, Pedersen D, Errazuriz C. Assessing mental health outcomes of political violence and civil unrest in Peru. International Journal of Social Psychiatry. 2009;55(5):449-63.

Brown TG, Ouimet MC, Nadeau L, Gianoulakis C, Lepage M, Tremblay J, Dongier M. From the brain to bad behaviour: neurocognitive and psychobiological mechanisms of driving while impaired by alcohol. Drug and Alcohol Review. 2009;28:406-18.

Fleury MJ, Bamvita JM, Tremblay J. Variables associated with general practitioners taking on patients with serious mental disorders. BMC Family Practice. 2009;10:41.

Brown TG, Dongier M, Ouimet MC, Tremblay J, Chanut F, Legault L, Ng Ying Kin NMK. Brief motivational interviewing for DWI recidivists who abuse alcohol and are not participating in DWI intervention: a randomized controlled trial. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. 2010;34(2):1-10.

Couture S, Brown TG, Tremblay J, Ng Ying Kin NMK, Ouimet MC, Nadeau L. Are biomarkers of chronic alcohol misuse useful in the assessment of DWI recidivism status? Accident Analysis and Prevention. 2010;42:307-12.

Fleury MJ, Piat M, Grenier G, Bamvita JM, Boyer R, Lesage A, Tremblay J. Factors associated with adequacy of help for consumers with severe mental disorders. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Res. 2010.

Fleury MJ, Bamvita JM, Tremblay J, Lesage A. Extent and determinants of general practitioner referrals and contacts with mental health care providers. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health. 2010. Accepted for publication.