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Virtual breakout session Series

PSYCHIATRIC/MENTAL HEALTH

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VIRTUAL BREAKOUT SERIES

Inspiring & Equipping Residents for Careers in Rural Psychiatry Through the Creation of Public & Rural Psychiatry Tracks

PRESENTED BY:

SHEA JORGENSEN, MD

University of Iowa

PGY4 & APA Public Psychiatry Fellow

ALEX THOMPSON, MD, MBA

University of Iowa

Psychiatry Residency Program Director

KAREN DUONG, DO

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Geriatric Fellow

APA Public Psychiatry Fellow

LINDSEY PERSHERN, MD

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

UTSW Rural Psychiatry Track Director

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29 @ 8PM EDT

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the current gap between psychiatry residency training curricula and that needed to provide training in caring for those in rural, underserved areas.

  • Discuss the current public and rural psychiatry programming available and share results about their efficacy in retention of residents to rural areas.

  • Provide practical advice and discuss obstacles involved in rural tract development.


On Beyond Candy Striping: Strategies to Engage Students in Public Psychiatry

PRESENTED BY:

SARAH FINEBERG MD, PHD

Yale University School of Medicine

Department of Psychiatry

ANI ANNAMALAI, MD

Yale University School of Medicine

Department of Psychiatry

STAN MATHIS MD

Yale University School of Medicine

Department of Psychiatry

KYLE PEDERSEN, MAR

Yale University School of Medicine

Department of Psychiatry

POSTPONED- stay tuned for New date

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15 @ 8PM EDT

Learning Objectives:

  • Learners will be able to name several levels of infrastructure building that can contribute to developing student opportunities in public psychiatry.

  • Learners will be able to describe specific approaches to inter-institution frameworks for supporting student engagement in public psychiatry.

  • Learners will be able to describe specific approaches to engaging students directly in public psychiatry work.

PAST EVENTS- Social Justice Breakout Session Series


PLENARY SESSION- Thursday October 8th

Radically Improving the Public Sector Outpatient Experience for Patients & Psychiatric Care Providers:

Presented By: Pat Deegan, Phd & William Torrey, MD.

8-9PM EDT Presentation followed by breakout group discussions @ 9PM EDT

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Dialogue, transformation and social justice: Building critical consciousness and promoting health equity in training
Wednesday, August 19th @ 8PM-9PM EDT

PRESENTED BY:

SACHA AGRAWAL, MD, MSC, University of Toronto , Centre for Addiction & Mental Health

NIKHITA SINGHAL, MD, University of Toronto Psychiatry Resident

NATHAN CORBETT, MD, MSC, University of Toronto Psychiatry Resident

MICHAELA BEDER, MD, Assistant Professor University of Toronto


Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the concept of critical consciousness and use it as a theoretical framework to orient one’s teaching practice

  • Reflect on the way that power operates in healthcare and medical education, including this session itself

  • Try out one or more teaching strategies that can be used in clinical and classroom settings to help learners better understand—and act on—the powerful social forces that shape their lives and those of their patients

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Advocating for Health and Justice, A Case Example: Psychiatrists for Gun Violence Prevention (P4GVP)
Wednesday, September 2nd @ 8PM-9PM EDT

PRESENTED BY:

Marc Manseau, MD MPH, NYU School of Medicine & Psychiatrists for Gun Violence Prevention

Rebecca Cappasso, MD, Project Renewal Inc & Psychiatrists for Gun Violence Prevention

Victoria Dinsell, MD, NYU School of Medicine & Psychiatrists for Gun Violence Prevention


Learning Objectives:

  • To understand gun violence as a public health crisis and its intersection with mental health and psychiatry.

  • To learn how psychiatrists can contribute to advocacy efforts through an example of one relatively new organization (P4GVP).

  • To explore challenges and opportunities for psychiatry advocacy, and begin discussing potential solutions to challenges.

  • To build confidence and solidarity around psychiatry advocacy efforts.

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Practical Advocacy Skills for Mental Health Professionals: from the Capitol to the Streets!
Thursday, September 17th @ 8PM-9PM EDT


PRESENTED BY

Michaela Beder, MD , University of Toronto Dept of Psychiatry Postgraduate Social Justice Lead

Carissa Caban-Aleman, MD, Psychiatrist

Maria Mirabela Bodic, MD, Assistant Professor Columbia University

Karen Rice, MD, Psychiatrist


Learning Objectives:

  • To learn about innovative advocacy campaigns from fellow mental health advocates

  • To gain practical skills in a diversity of advocacy approaches and tactics

  • To learn how to create an advocacy campaign

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“Island Fever”: Community-based approaches towards building Resilience
Thursday, October 1st @ 8PM-9PM EDT

PRESENTED BY

Vanessa Torres-Llenza, MD, George Washington University

Wilnelya Morales Rosado, MD, University of Puerto Rico

Angel Vega Ramos, MD, University of Puerto Rico

Andris Dominicci-Torres, MD, University of Puerto Rico


Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss community-based approaches in underserved areas.

  • Define term "island fever", it’s impact disaster recovery and the community.

  • Describe clinical profile of Vieques residents compared to main island in Puerto Rico.

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