5142.0 Primary Care: Psychological Approaches and Issues in Public Health

Wednesday, October 31, 2012: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
This session takes a diverse look at the need for comprehensive primary care. Primary care models, such as medical home, continue to evolve with an increased focus on delivering care that is patient-centered, high quality and comprehensive and the need to involve community partners to achieve these goals. This session examines (1) a unique way of defining patient-centered care through art imagery, (2) the impact of mental illness on receiving quality inpatient care of acute myocardial infarction, (3) the impact of a community-based behavioral health crisis stabilization unity, and (4) the benefit of a bullying prevention program from the health care perspective. Together, these diverse presentations will address interesting aspects of patient-centered and comprehensive primary care.
Session Objectives: 1. Define the value of art imagery to measure care patient-centered care. 2. Identify the impact of comorbid mental illness on the quality of inpatient acute myocardial infarction care received. 3. Assess the impact of a community-based crisis stabilization unit for behavioral health patients. 4. Evaluate the cost-benefit of a population-based bullying prevention program from the health care perspective.
Carla Zema, PhD
Carla Zema, PhD

Chronic medical and substance use conditions of patients at a community-based residential Crisis Stabilization Unit
Ryan Friedberg, MPH, James May, PhD, John Lindstrom, PhD, LCP, Kathy Tierney, DNP, PMH-CNS/NP-BC, David N. Masri, MSW, Angela Fitzgerald, MS and Dawn Farrell-Moore, MSW, LCSW, CSAC
Cost-benefit analysis of reducing the health-related consequences of bullying through the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program in schools
Carla Zema, PhD, Diana Schroeder, MSN, RN, Betsy Schroeder, MPH, Charvonne Holliday, MPH, Shiryl Barto, MED and Matthew Masiello, MD, MPH

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Organized by: Medical Care

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH) , Masters Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES)

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