The REACH Institute provides primary care professionals â€“ pediatricians, family physicians, nurse practitioners, physicianâ€™s assistants and psychiatrists â€“ with up-to-date training in the use of psychiatric medications for children and adolescents. This training is also useful to others, including internists, neurologists, and more.
MINI-FELLOWSHIP IN PRIMARY PEDIATRIC PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY (PPP)
This fellowship is tailored to meet the needs of busy, working clinicians like you. Delivered by aworld-class teamof pediatricians, developmental-behavioral pediatricians, clinical nurse specialists, and child & adolescent psychiatrists, the PPP fellowship helps clinicians transform their practices, increase productivity, and improve work satisfaction.Our fellowship includes:
A dynamic 16-credit, 3 day interactive program. Participants learn the core essential skills of evidence-based practices in pediatric pharmacology:
Identify and differentiate child mental health problems such as childhood depression, ADHD, bipolar disorder, anxiety states (including PTSD), oppositional and conduct disorders and psychosis
Properly differentiate and distinguish child mental health problems from normal developmental variations
Create and implement a treatment plan using existing resources, including learning how to delegate tasks to a treatment team composed of family members, school personnel and other professional caregivers.
A 6-month long, clinical case-based, distance learning program.Â Using group teleconferences, participants will consult with nationally-known pediatric psychopharmacology and pediatric experts on a bimonthly basis. These case-based clinical rounds will help participants address problems and questions encountered in daily practice.
A comprehensive toolkit and web-based learning tools. The toolkit includes user-friendly handouts and guides from national experts, assessment instruments, dosing and side effect charts, medication comparison tables, and informational handouts for patients and parents. For example, theÂ GLADPC toolkit will be discussed and applied with patient vignettes.
To schedule a Mini-Fellowship in Primary Pediatric Psychopharmacology Program in your area, please contact theÂ PPP Program Director at 212-947-7322 x223 or
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