Pediatric Mental Health Bootcamp

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Pediatric Mental Health Bootcamp

Half day course providing basic knowledge and skills that pediatric primary care providers need regarding adolescent mental health.

When and where

Date and time

Location

3875 W Beechwood Ave 3875 West Beechwood Avenue Fresno, CA 93722

Map and directions

How to get there

About this event

Overview

Facilitated by experienced UCSF pediatric & child psychiatry faculty who provide clinical care and consultation in primary clinics, FQHCs and school-based health centers, and who routinely teach and consult with inter-professional teams and learners, this in-person ‘boot-camp’ will engage attendees in interactive didactics and case-based small- and large-group discussion. Upon completion, attendees will feel more skilled and confident in applying their knowledge to real-life clinical presentations of:

ADHD with comorbidities like high ACEs, anxiety, disruptive behavior and learning challenges.

Depression & anxiety in children and adolescents, including both psychosocial and pharmacological treatments.

Role of mental health stigma in practice.

Communication strategies for engaging patients and families in collaborative decision-making around mental health concerns.

Target Audience

Primary Care and Pediatric Primary Care physicians, PAs, NPs, Family Medicine and Pediatrics

Agenda

8:00 Registration/Continental breakfast

8:30 Introductions/Acknowledgements/CAPP summary

8:45 Breaking the stigma: check yourself. Anne Glowinski, MD

9:15 Case 1: Young child with ADHD symptoms (add anxiety + ACEs) Petra & Joan

10:30 Break

10:45 Case 2: Adolescent with depression, anxiety, MJ use – Caitlin & Joan

12:00 Lunch: enrollment overview

- Ask the psychiatrist (informal psychiatric consults)

- Meet the CAPP team (CAPP enrollments)

- Resource tables – books, handouts, CAPP swag/postcards

1:00 Engagement/Motivational strategies

Break/Adjourn, with optional

2:00 Stations (with cookies and coffee)

- Ask the psychiatrist (informal psychiatric consults)

- Meet the CAPP team (CAPP enrollments)

- Resource tables (?) – books, handouts, CAPP swag/postcards

Faculty

Petra Steinbuchel, MD, Director CAPP

Anne Glowinski, MD, UCSF Department of Psychiatry

Joan Jeung, MD, MPH

Caitlin Costello, MD

Funding

This activity is supported by grants from the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) and the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS), in partnership with Anthem and Beacon. There is no cost to participants. Free insulated coffee mugs will be given to attendees already enrolled in CAPP, and to those who register to enroll in advance of the conference, or on-site.

COVID Considerations

• For fully vaccinated, symptom-free attendees masks are optional.

• For unvaccinated and symptom-free attendees - masks are required, except while eating or drinking

• Anyone with symptoms is asked not to attend.