Learn About Suicide Risk Assessment and Response in Primary Care

OSUWexnerbloglogo2014 Learn About Suicide Risk Assessment and Response in Primary Care on webcast. Nearly every primary care physician has had a patient die from suicide. But there is something that all of us can do about it. We can better identify our patients at risk for suicide and we can more effectively talk with our patients about suicide. On this CME webcast, we’re going to be discussing suicide risk assessment and response in primary care. We’d like to welcome our guests. Clinical psychologist and Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Craig Bryan. And also clinical psychologist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Justin Baker.

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What you’ll learn in this webcast

As a result of this educational activity, webcast participants will be able to: describe how items from the Suicide Cognitions Scale-Revised can improve the accuracy of suicide risk screening and assessment; and identify the components of crisis response planning for suicide prevention.

You’ll also learn about the following:

  • ‘Red flags’ for emergency care
  • When to refer outpatients
  • What to look for when referring a patient to a mental health professional
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

You can find this and many other MedNet21 programs on the OSU – CCME website.

Call our MedNet21 Program Manager at 614.293.3473 for more details about subscribing to MedNet21 as a hospital or as an individual. You can also e-mail him at derrick.freeman@osumc.edu.

On-line Webcast Teaches About Pink Slips and Pink Slip Disorders

OSUWexnerbloglogo2014 On-line Webcast Teaches About Pink Slips and Pink Slip Disorders. On this CME webcast, we are going to discuss behavioral health emergencies. Joining our moderator in the studio is Dr. David Kasick. Dr. Kasick is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and the Director of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry here at the Ohio State University. And also with us today is Dr. Douglas Misquitta. Dr. Misquitta is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and the Director of the Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship Program at Ohio State.

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What you’ll learn in this webcast

As a result of this educational activity, webcast participants will be able to: IDENTIFY the purpose of the application for emergency admission form (“pink slip”) in managing a behavioral health emergency; and DESCRIBE common situations that would warrant the need for involuntary emergency psychiatric treatment.

You’ll also learn about the following:

  • Common reasons for involuntary hospitalization
  • How a person is involuntarily hospitalized and how long does it lasts
  • Behavioral Emergency ResponseTeam (BERT)
  • Managing the suicidal patient in the primary care office

You can find this and many other MedNet21 programs on the OSU – CCME website.

Call our MedNet21 Program Manager at 614.293.3473 for more details about subscribing to MedNet21 as a hospital or as an individual. You can also e-mail him at derrick.freeman@osumc.edu.

Understand Environmental Emergencies by Viewing CME Webcast

OSUWexnerbloglogo2014 Understand Environmental Emergencies by Viewing CME Webcast. It is incumbent on all of you as physicians to be ready to deal with common environmental emergencies whether you are caring for victims in the emergency department, in your neighborhoods, or on the golf course. Joining on moderator to discuss common environmental emergencies is Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Dr. Daniel Bachman. Also joining him is Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Dr. Nicholas Kman.

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What you’ll learn in this webcast

As a result of this educational activity, webcast participants will be able to: discuss epidemiology and presentation of the following Weather and Environmental Emergencies: a. Wind/Storm Related b. Heat Related Illness c. Lightning Injuries d. Drowning e. Hypothermia

And participants will be able to discuss treatment of the following Weather and Environmental Emergencies: a. Wind/Storm Related b. Heat Related Illness c. Lightning Injuries d. Drowning e. Hypothermia

You’ll also learn about the following:

  • The physician’s role in disaster response
  • Most common environmental injuries in emergency medicine
  • Temperature of heated IV fluids
  • Management of frostbite
  • Hurricane Matthew: medical effects 2 weeks later
  • How U.S. emergency response is organized

You can find this and many other MedNet21 programs on the OSU – CCME website.
Call our MedNet21 Program Manager at 614.293.3473 for more details about subscribing to MedNet21 as a hospital or as an individual. You can also e-mail him at derrick.freeman@osumc.edu.