BHIPP provides in-person and web-based training and educational opportunities through Grand Rounds at hospitals across the state, regional CME conferences, and in-office presentations and in-services at practice and departmental meetings.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, all BHIPP trainings will take place virtually until further notice. Stay safe!
Below is a schedule of upcoming conferences and events. For more information or to schedule a training talk for your practice, please contact Chelsie Ader
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By diagnosis/presenting concern:
Content includes information on the assessment and monitoring of associated symptoms and severity, presentations in primary care, non-pharmacologic interventions (both brief interventions that can be utilized in-office and overview of evidence-based treatment interventions when referring), and psychopharmacology . Possible topics include:
Other topics in child mental health:
Cross-cutting communication skills in behavioral health for primary care: Identify strategies for eliciting and clarifying mental health needs in the course of a pediatric mental health visit; describe and apply brief interventions for commonly encountered concerns
Screening for psychiatric disorders in pediatric primary care: Review of behavioral health screening in pediatric primary care, including overview of existing screening tools and strategies for utilizing screening results in visits
Developing a referral network of community resources: Planning and methods to use in creating or adapting a local resource guide of mental health and substance abuse resources and others who are involved in supporting or serving children and families
Psychopharmacology: Pediatric psychopharmacology for treatment of ADHD, anxiety, behavior disorders, and depression
BHIPP is supported by funding from the Maryland Department of Health, Behavioral Health Administration and operates as a collaboration between the University of Maryland School of Medicine, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Salisbury University and Morgan State University.
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