2019 Mental Health Symposium
This course is designed to promote an interprofessional approach to implementing strategies to build resilience through
the development of a trauma-informed community.
At the conclusion of the program, participants will be able to:
• Recognize the impact of fragmented response to adverse childhood experiences (ACE’s)
• Explore strategies and initiatives to build a trauma-informed community.
• Demonstrate how to use solution-focused conversation techniques when doing the Columbia Risk Assessment.
• Describe the importance of using solution-focused conversation techniques in a trauma-informed response.
• Explore various models of shared medical visits.
• Discuss strategies to overcome barriers to implementing shared medical visits.
• Identify challenges to using telemedicine effectively.
• Examine strategies to enhance the effectiveness of telemedicine.
• Role play effective facilitation of telemedicine.
Full Day Symposium - Physicians, Physicians Assistants, Advanced Practice Nurses, Nurses, Social Workers, Counselors, and all other interested allied health professionals; Morning Symposium - School Teachers and Law Enforcement.
$75 – Morning Symposium (8 a.m. - 1 p.m.) $125 – Full-Day Symposium
How to Register
Register online at www.eeds.com/live/331242.
Registration Deadline: October 28, 2019
$10 late fee applied after October 28, 2019
For further assistance with registration, contact the KU AHEC Statewide Office by calling (620) 235-4040.
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