5126.0 Issues in the Delivery of Mental Health Care

Wednesday, October 29, 2008: 10:30 AM
Leading researchers in the field will present their work covering a range of treatment settings where mental health care is delivered.
Session Objectives: After attending this session, learners will be able to articulate racial/ethnic differences in family involvement in psychiatric crises, describe the principles of action research and implementation science and their relevance to mental health research, define the chronic care model as applied to mental healthcare in primary care, identify barriers to implementing this model in an inner-city setting, define adverse safety events in the context of hospitalizations and identify contributory factors.

10:30 AM
Implementing the Chronic Care Model of Mental Health in Primary Care: The Mental Healthcare Improvement Project (MHIP)
Ray Ownby, MD,PhD, MBA, Nicole Alexandra Eull, PsyD, J. Bryan Page, PhD, Barry Nierenberg, Kenneth Obiaja, MD, MPH and David Brown, MD
11:00 AM
Multiple determinants of depression treatment decisions: From the DEED Project
Seong-YI Baik, PhD, Junius Gonzales, MD, MBA, Barbara Bowers, PhD, Jean Anthony, PhD and Jeffrey Susman, MD
11:15 AM
Safety events during hospitalizations in a cohort of individuals with mental illness: A chart review pilot study
Jennifer H. Hayes, MEd MPH, David Thompson, Daniel Ford, MD, Lisa Dixon, MD, MPH, Peter Pronovost, Donald Steinwachs, PhD, MS, Julia Skapik, R. Boonyasai and Gail Daumit, MD MHS
11:30 AM
Mental Healthcare Improvement Project: A Case Study of Implementation Science in Primary Care
David Brown, MD, Nicole Alexandra Eull, PsyD, Ray Ownby, MD,PhD, MBA, Barry Nierenberg, PhD, Kenneth Obiaja, MD, MPH and J. Bryan Page, PhD
11:45 AM
Race/Ethnicity and Family Involvement in Pathways to Psychiatric Emergency Services
Eric Ryan Kessell, PhD, MPH, Jennifer Alvidrez, PhD, George Jay Unick, PhD, MSW, Richard Patel, MD and Martha Shumway, PhD

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Organized by: Mental Health
Endorsed by: Public Health Nursing, Socialist Caucus, School Health Education and Services

CE Credits: CME, Health Education (CHES), Nursing

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