2021 Mental Health Bundle

This mental health bundle is key for any practitioner in primary or mental healthcare. Educational presentations include suicide prevention, depression medication and functional medicine management, ADD, anxiety, mood disorder, and management on unexplained physical symptoms.

Total Credits: 9.8 contact hours; 7 are pharmacology
Release Date: December 1, 2021
$245
  • Includes Credits

    Provide cutting-edge information in the field of Mental Health, specifically Suicide, geared toward primary care providers. Advanced Practice Primary Care providers are increasingly faced with treating and managing their patients’ mental health challenges as depression, anxiety and stress become more prevalent in our society. Currently, suicide is a public health issue of critical importance, one which merits our best, most focused efforts towards treatment and prevention, and stopping it at the primary care level is key. This webinar will introduce a biological framework for suicide prevention, one in which the concept of suicidality as the result of underlying nutritional, genetic, and psychosocial risk factors is explored. | 1.25 credits (0.25 pharmacology) | $30

  • Includes Credits

    This session will provide cutting-edge information in the field of Mental Health, specifically Depression, geared toward primary care providers. Advanced Practice Primary Care providers are increasingly faced with treating and managing their patients’ mental health challenges as depression, anxiety and stress become more prevalent in our society and this session will help you meet these challenges. | 1.00 credits (0.25 pharmacology) | $25

  • Includes Credits

    This presentation reviews critical elements of diagnosis, important considerations in pharmacotherapy, and utilizes a case study approach to analyze the best treatment regimens. | 1.50 credits (1.50 pharmacology) | $37.50

  • Includes Credits

    This presentation reviews the pathophysiology of ADD as the target of pharmacotherapy. Pharmacotherapeutics of psychostimulants, norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors, antiadrenergic agonists, and wakefulness agents are analyzed, with emphasis on indications and efficacies for each. Case studies are then used to evaluate best-practice options in a variety of clinical scenarios including pediatric, adult and psychostimulants contraindicated. | 1.50 credits (1.50 pharmacology) | $37.50

  • Includes Credits

    The focus of this program is the analysis and application of appropriate pharmacotherapy for the treatment of bipolar depression, bipolar mania, cyclothymia, and prevention of relapse. Drug selection, indications, and important safety issues are analyzed in a case study presentation. | 1.50 credits (1.50 pharmacology) | $37.50

  • Includes Credits

    This program presents the physiology of anxiety disorders as a foundation for pharmacologic management, key features in differentiating among anxiety disorders, and pharmacologic choices for acute and chronic management. | 1.50 credits (1.50 pharmacology) | $37.50