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Challenges in Providing Mental Health Care During the Pandemic: The Benefits and Limitations of Virtual Care

Thursday, Nov. 26, 6-7 p.m.

Online

The Office of Professional and Educational Development would like to invite all health care providers to CPD@Dusk: Challenges in Providing Mental Health Care During the Pandemic: The Benefits and Limitations of Virtual Care, presented by Dr. Chantelle Reid. This educational event will be offered virtually.

Location: WebEx

Learning Objectives:

After this session, the participant will be able to:

  • summarize the history of telepsychiatry and existing evidence base
  • explain basics do’s and don’ts of virtual mental health care as relevant to primary care
  • explain basics do’s and don’ts of virtual mental health care as relevant to primary care
  • clarify documenting the mental status exam and certification during virtual assessments
  • discuss limitations and pitfalls around providing virtual care for mental health concerns
  • identify local, national and international virtual mental health resources for providers

Please learn more and register at: https://www.med.mun.ca/opd/programs/info.asp?id=4322

The OPED Team

Presented by Office of Professional and Educational Development

Event Listing 2020-11-26 18:00:00 2020-11-26 19:00:00 America/St_Johns Challenges in Providing Mental Health Care During the Pandemic: The Benefits and Limitations of Virtual Care The Office of Professional and Educational Development would like to invite all health care providers to CPD@Dusk: Challenges in Providing Mental Health Care During the Pandemic: The Benefits and Limitations of Virtual Care, presented by Dr. Chantelle Reid. This educational event will be offered virtually. Location: WebEx Learning Objectives: After this session, the participant will be able to: summarize the history of telepsychiatry and existing evidence base explain basics do’s and don’ts of virtual mental health care as relevant to primary care explain basics do’s and don’ts of virtual mental health care as relevant to primary care clarify documenting the mental status exam and certification during virtual assessments discuss limitations and pitfalls around providing virtual care for mental health concerns identify local, national and international virtual mental health resources for providers Please learn more and register at: https://www.med.mun.ca/opd/programs/info.asp?id=4322 The OPED Team Online Office of Professional and Educational Development