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Mental Health Collection 2018 Edition

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NEW: Topical Collections

For elite physicians – broaden your perspective on the hottest medical topics with the wisdom of a wide array of experts.

Our Topical Collections take an interdisciplinary team-based approach to key topics by offering physicians access to lectures from a wide range of specialists all with different perspectives and backgrounds to help close the circle of care.

Take a fresh look at essential topics in a succinct and carefully curated format – because we know that you have no time to waste.

We currently offer 5 Topical Collections with more to come.

95.5 CREDITS

6 PLAYLISTS

65 LECTURES

40+ HOURS OF LISTENING

Highlights from Customers:

Depression and Anxiety by Eric Lewkowiez, MD

“The most useful lecture I have heard on anxiety, and depressive disorders for the primary care pediatrician.”


Suicide Risk Assessment from a Risk Management Perspective by Stephen Hall, MD

“For once, a common sense approach that looks at the patient in a broad context, very refreshing!”


Management of Depression in Pregnancy by Micheal Lang, MD

“Best lecturer ever in all my years and 3 different programs. This was enjoyable and very helpful.”

Mental Health ConditionsPlaylists in Mental Health and key learning objectives:

Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
• Develop an integrative approach to the treatment of ADHD.
• Recognize and manage side effects of ADHD medications.
• Counsel parents about physical exercise, play-based cognitive enhancement, and other non-pharmacologic interventions for ADHD.
• Explain the pathophysiologic association between attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and substance use disorder.
• Counsel patients and family members about the benefits of different interventions to ensure adherence to therapy.
Dementia
• Characterize the different types of dementia based on clinical presentation.
• Counsel the family of an elderly patient who has dementia and psychotic symptoms about the risks and benefits of antipsychotic drugs.
• Distinguish between Parkinson dementia and Lewy body disease on the basis of the patient’s clinical course.
Depression
• Distinguish between normal sadness, bereavement, and major depressive disorder.
• Identify major psychiatric comorbidities that occur in patients with depression.
• Assess the benefits of behavioral therapy for patients with depressive and anxiety disorders.
• Manage a patient with treatment-resistant depression.
• Explain the etiology of mood disorders and the effect of pregnancy on these conditions.
• Describe a psychodynamic psychotherapeutic approach to treating depression in adolescents.
• Compare and contrast the time course and characteristics of depression in patients with type 2 diabetes relative to depression in the general population.
PTSD
• Recognize cognitive and behavioral manifestations of trauma in early childhood, school age, and adolescence.
• Initiate evidence-based treatment strategies for PTSD.
• Teach patients with posttraumatic stress disorder how to build resilience.
Suicide
• Guide patients at high risk for suicide in the creation and use of a suicide safety plan.
• Recognize signs of physician burnout and other risk factors for physician suicide.
• Create a safety plan for an individual who expresses suicidal ideation.
Substance Abuse
• Describe psychosocial therapy approaches to reducing an adolescent’s cannabis use.
• Explain recent findings supporting combination pharmacologic treatment of amphetamine-use disorder.
• Manage prenatal care in a pregnant woman who has substance-use disorder.
• Counsel the parents of a teenager who asks for information about electronic cigarettes.
• Take appropriate action to prevent an impaired physician from causing harm.
• Provide adequate management of pain while minimizing potential for addiction to or abuse of opioids.
• Use clinical judgement to determine whether a patient has decision-making capacity.


  • This is a digital only product - that means access from anywhere, anytime and no risk of delays.
  • Most CME credits in this product will be current for over 2 years, longevity varies by lecture.
  • Includes CME credit tracking and CME certification.

These lectures are for general CME/CE use, and do not necessarily meet your state’s and/or institution’s specific CME/CE requirements for patient safety, risk management, opioid prescribing, etc. Check your individual state and institution to verify continuing education requirements related to licensure and certification.


No cancellations or refunds permitted with this offer. No other discounts apply and offers may not be combined.

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