What our trainees are saying
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- Published: Wednesday, 19 March 2014 05:51
- Written by Lisa Hunter-Romanelli
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One of the best CME's I've attended. It addresses a critical area of care we are missing in primary care.
Michael Thwig, MD
Interactive learning with a large dose of passionate, experienced providers giving rise to amazing education.
Christina Scanlan, PA-C
This course has been invaluable in changing the practice patterns and behaviors of primary care providers.
Samuel J. Pullen, MD
REACH offered a safe environment to learn and share in. It was and continues to be a supportive invigorating process! It was motivating and increased my confidence in assessment and diagnosis of mental health cases in day-to-day practice life.
Dayna K. Leavens, CPNP, MSN
The expertise of the presenters was beyond any other CME activity I have participated in.
Brian Birch, MD
I am so grateful for the REACH program! While I was one of the few non MD's as a psychiatric nurse practitioner in a primary pediatric setting I found the experience invaluable. … .The REACH program was a well designed program from a neurodevelopmental and multidimensional perspective. I became much more comfortable with managing ADHD, aggression, mood disorders, anxiety and autism in a primary care setting after your program. The teleconferencing sessions offered an excellent forum to discuss complicated cases from many perspectives - pediatric, psychiatric, developmental and neurological.
Patty Barfield, APRN-BC PMHNP
Prior to REACH's PPP training, I would occasionally prescribe antidepressant and antianxiety medications with discomfort and only with concurrent therapy from a mental health provider. Presently, I feel exceedingly comfortable treating my adolescent patients with medication that they require, as well as with providing basic counseling in my office. It is very rewarding to begin with a teenager in tears, and end with one smiling and hugging me in thanks!
Evelyn Hurvitz, MD
Increased my knowledge and confidence in identifying, treating, and managing behavioral health needs as a PCP.
Jennifer Jorgensen, PNP