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This month, we focus on integrated behavioral
health in pediatric primary care: 

                    Making A Difference 


This month's featured interview focuses on integrated behavioral health education and training in pediatric primary care. 

The NCIBH team spoke with Jennifer Mautone PhD, ABPP, Clinical Director of Healthy Minds, Healthy Kids at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Kayla Burley, MPH, Operations Manager at the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

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"The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has posed unique challenges in the way behavioral health consultants have been able to partner with the primary care teams to prepare for the increase in behavioral health needs. When we were in person, we would be able to conduct warm handoffs and coordinate care quickly for patients. We have become creative in the way we collaborate virtually with primary care. Additionally, our department has offered educational webinars for primary care providers and other clinicians from medical subspecialties to asses and care for pediatric patients."

-Kayla Burley, MPH
Operations Manager, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

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News, Conferences, and Upcoming Events

News


The NCIBH webinar “Helping Patients Make Changes to Improve their Physical and Emotional Health: The Change that Matters Curriculum" is now available to view online. This webinar showcased the Change that Matters curriculum a new 10-module curriculum of evidence-based behavior change strategies for providers to implement with patients in primary care and behavioral health settings. You can access the recorded webinar and the slide deck on our website at www.NCIBH.org.
Mental Health, Substance Use, and Suicidal Ideation During the COVID-19 Pandemic The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released findings on the elevated adverse mental health conditions associated with COVID-19. The pandemic has been associated with mental health challenges related to the morbidity and mortality caused by the disease and to mitigation activities, including the impact of physical distancing and stay-at-home orders.
 

Events


September 1
National Suicide Prevention Month #BeThere Twitter Chat
Where: Twitter l Website
September 3-5
Mental Health America 2020 Conference COVID-19, Mental Health, and the Need for Equity

What: Virtual Conference l Website
September 11
Half and Half MAT Waiver Training for Primary Care Providers
What: Online Course | Website

October 9
8 hour MAT Waiver Training for Primary Care Providers
What: Online Course | Website

October 8-10
Collaborative Family Healthcare Association (CFHA) Conference Strengthening Integrated Care to Meet Complex Needs
What: Virtual Conference | Website
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