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Lifelong Learning Module 17 - Print Version
Lifelong Learning Module 17 is a compilation of recently published journal articles that features the latest information on topics all child and adolescent psychiatrists should know, featuring articles on ADHD, eating disorders, substance abuse, neuromodulation, social media/technology, youth suicide, and psychopharmacology. The pre-test offers 8 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits that have been ABPN-approved to be meet MOC self-assessment and CME requirements and the post-test offers 30 additional AMA PRA Category 1 Credits that have been ABPN-approved to be meet MOC CME requirements.

This product will give you a printed copy of Module 17 as well as full online access to it through AACAP's Pathways.

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THIS COURSE MUST BE PURCHASED AND COMPLETED BY THE INDIVIDUAL SEEKING TRAINING. THIS COURSE CAN NOT BE PURCHASED ON BEHALF OF SOMEONE ELSE AND LATER TRANSFERED. EACH TRAINEE MUST CREATE THEIR OWN PROFILE IN OUR SYSTEM.

Developed by the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP), the Child and Adolescent Service Intensity Instrument (CASII) is a tool used to determine the appropriate level of service intensity for children and adolescents... Details
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THIS COURSE MUST BE PURCHASED AND COMPLETED BY THE INDIVIDUAL SEEKING TRAINING. THIS COURSE CAN NOT BE PURCHASED ON BEHALF OF SOMEONE ELSE AND LATER TRANSFERED. EACH TRAINEE MUST CREATE THEIR OWN PROFILE IN OUR SYSTEM.

Developed by the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP), the Early Childhood Service Intensity Instrument (ECSII) is a tool used to determine the appropriate level of service intensity for infants, toddlers, and children... Details
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Accumulating data support the efficacy of psychopharmacologic interventions for a number of psychiatric disorders in youth; however, in parallel, studies increasingly reveal a clearer picture of the adverse effects or side effects profiles of these treatments. This advanced Institute seeks to review and apply current data related to efficacy of psychotropic medications in youth, as well as the prevalence and management of medication-related adverse effects. The Institute presents... Details
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All too often, clinicians and some researchers feel shut out of the ways neuroimaging is advancing child psychiatry due to excessively technical terminology, methods, etc. This Institute seeks to break down those barriers, to ensure attendees, whether clinician, researcher, or both, understand the latest in applications of neuroimaging to child and adolescent psychiatry. Areas addressed include how neuroimaging informs our understanding of psychiatric disorders compared to typical... Details
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The Institute presents an interdisciplinary, collaborative approach to the complex presentation of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), placing emphasis on advances in neuroscience and translational research. Presentations are carefully designed to complement and build on each other, using vignettes and video of an ASD case to illustrate relevance to clinical care. Topics include gold standard assessments, behavioral and pharmacological interventions, novel pharmacological treatments,... Details
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This Institute explores family-based programs that are effective, innovative models for expanding psychiatric care to children with medical illness, such as cancer, diabetes, chronic pain, and eating disorders. Child and adolescent psychiatrists who work with physically ill children, and those who anticipate doing so, benefit from a review of the principles of family-based interventions and obtain detailed guidance on how to apply these principles in integrated care settings. Model... Details
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Sleep disorders are a pediatric health problem, which are often unidentified. The Institute provides practicing mental health professionals comprehensive training in pediatric sleep disorders, and advanced knowledge of pharmacological and behavioral treatments of insomnia in children, adolescents, and young adults. Topics discussed include clinical challenges, prevalence, impact on neurobehavioral development, sleep stages, and circadian rhythmicity. Sleep education and hygiene,... Details
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Children and adolescents with intellectual deficits and co-occurring psychiatric disorders are underserved because training in this area can be limited, and because there is no current practice parameter to guide residents, early career psychiatrists, or the practicing child and adolescent psychiatrist in diagnosis and treatment. What constitutes an intellectual disability? How are psychiatric disorders identified in children and adolescents with intellectual disability? What are the ... Details
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Pediatricians and non-child psychiatrists receive practical information on the use of psychotropic medications in children and adolescents. There have been substantial increases in the evidence base that support use of pharmacologic treatments in children and adolescents; however, significant concerns remain that many youth with mental health difficulties do not receive appropriate services or that medication treatments are utilized in inappropriate ways. Presentations provide... Details
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An Advanced Update in Psychopharmacology Relevant to Clinical Practice
Keeping abreast of contemporary findings in psychopharmacology can be challenging but highly beneficial to those in clinical practice because it serves an important role in the treatment of specific psychopathology in youth. The expansion of new medications and medication combinations has enhanced the ability to treat youth, however, clinicians are often unaware of the newest findings, especially when ... Details