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In response to the increase in mental health crises among children and adolescents, BHIPP has expanded our services and training opportunities. The BHIPP Mental Health Crisis Trainings are a series of interactive, virtual learning sessions on practices, strategies and resources to support emergency medicine and primary care professionals in addressing pediatric mental health crises. Free CME and CEU credit is available for participation.
In addition to our new training series, BHIPP provides free services including care coordination, telephone consultation with child and adolescent psychiatrists, and resource and referral networking to emergency medicine professionals. To learn more about BHIPP services for emergency departments, click here. To request our services, call 855-MD-BHIPP (632-4477).
See below for recordings, slides and resources from each BHIPP Mental Health Crisis Training session.
For questions, please call the BHIPP line at 855-MD-BHIPP (632-4477) or email email@example.com
Session 1: Making sense of Mental Health Crises in ED settings
Session 2: Managing Pediatric Agitation and Aggression in the Emergency Department
Session 3: Your next patient has Autism: Are you prepared?
Session 4: Suicide Prevention Part 1: Active Suicidality and Nonsuicial Self-Injury
Session 5: Suicide Prevention Part 2: Safety and Crisis Planning
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