All MD's, PA's, NP's, RN's, Ph. D.'s, LCSW's, and MFT's
WebEx (Please MUTE yourself upon entry): https://kponline.webex.com/kponline/j.php?MTID=mea526fdd4839c714c9bdecf2b73d93a6
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- Suzanne Frank, MD, Pediatrics, Kaiser Permanente San Jose
- Brooke Osborne, Psy.D., Psychiatry: Child/Adolescent, Kaiser Permanente San Jose
- Manasi Rana, MD, Psychiatry: Child/Adolescent, Kaiser Permanente San Jose
- Betsy Lieberman, MA, MFT, Psychiatry, Kaiser Permanente San Jose
- Rochelle Woods, M.D., Psychiatry, Kaiser Permanente San Jose
- List the key symptoms that define the diagnosis of serious mood disorders in children.
- Describe and identify the challenges treating bipolar and depressive disorders in children and youth
- Summarize current evidence -based treatment of major mood disorders among children and youth.
This CME presentation will outline varying treatment approaches when working with schizophrenic patients. As part of this talk, a review of the benefits and risks of the long term side effects of prescribing anti-psychotic medications to treat psychosis. Anti-psychotic drugs are some of most widely prescribed medications today, as they are used to treat numerous psychiatric disorders, including schizophrenia as well as bipolar disorder, major depression and even anxiety disorders, although less commonly used to treat the latter. While these medications when prescribed appropriately, can help mentally ill individuals to function and regain the ability to wo
The speaker and planning committee have no financial relationships to disclose.
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**Kaiser Permanente San Jose Medical Center designates this Live Course for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity
- 1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™