3159.0 Implementation research in mental health services

Monday, October 31, 2011: 10:30 AM
This session describes implementation research in mental health services including promotion of shared-decision making and recovery-oriented services, a medication management model, and a program to increase guideline-level care for children with ADHD.
Session Objectives: List barriers to successful promotion of shared decision-making in a community mental health agency Evaluate and describe the implementation of best practice standards, and patient-level outcomes related to antipsychotic medication protocol monitoring and management in rural and underserved populations. Evaluate program effects on provider knowledge of, beliefs in, and intentions to implement practice guidelines for proper care of children and youth with ADHD Discuss some key challenges to evaluating recovery-oriented community integrated services.

11:10 AM
Training providers to increase guideline-level care for ADHD in North Carolina
Charles Humble, MSPH, PhD, Treiste Newton, RN, BSN,CCM, Marisa Domino, PhD, Peter Jensen, MD, Lynn Wegner, MD, Christopher Kratochvil, MD, Steven Wegner, MD, JD and Alan Stiles, MD
11:30 AM
Evaluating Transforming Day Programs: Is there a Difference in Acute Service Utilization between Community Intergrated and Traditional Partial Program Users?
Suet Lim, PhD, Elizabeth L. Noll, MA, Aileen Rothbard, ScD, Cathy Bolton, PhD, Arthur Evans, PhD and Trevor R. Hadley, PhD

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Organized by: Mental Health

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH)

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