Pediatric primary care providers (PCPs) are increasingly in the position of managing the mental health care concerns of their patients, due to several factors. The mental health needs of children and adolescents are recognized now more than ever, and have been exacerbated by recent global stressors. PCPs are often the first point of contact for children and families struggling with mental health concerns. Additionally, the AAP and other organizations have made recommendations regarding PCPs role in mental health care.
Pediatricians and primary care providers (MD, DO, NP, PA) affiliated with Baylor Medical, Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center, CommonSpirit Health, Texas Children's Hospital, and all other PCPs across Texas.
Identify the prevalence of various pediatric mental health diagnoses and their related risk factors.
Identify pediatric mental health care concerns using appropriate diagnostic tools and criteria.
Describe evidence-based treatment interventions for mental health diagnoses.
Implement effective screening, diagnosis, and evidence-based interventions for pediatric mental health concerns.
Participants may be asked to complete a session evaluation.
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