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American Academy of Pediatrics Online Training Modules

The Tennessee Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics presents the Behavioral Health in Pediatrics (BeHiP) online training modules which provide pediatric healthcare providers with tools and strategies to screen for, assess, and manage patients with emotional, behavioral and or substance abuse concerns.

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Improving Adolescent Health: Facilitating Change for Excellence in SBIRT

This change package outlines a framework for implementing adolescent SBIRT within your primary care practice. The framework includes operational guidance for adopting foundational change management strategies to create optimal conditions for change, as well as clinical areas for action for SBIRT implementation

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Treating Suicidal Patients During COVID-19: Best Practices and Telehealth

This webinar addressed the use of three best practices in caring for people at risk for suicide that can be delivered easily and effectively via telehealth: safety plans, treatment that directly targets thoughts of suicide, and DBT-based self-help skills and resources that clinicians can start employing in treatment immediately as well as share with patients.

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Webinar: “Helping Patients Make Changes to Improve their Physical and Emotional Health: The Change that Matters Curriculum.”

Presented by Dr. Stephanie Hooker and Dr. Michelle Sherman from the University of Minnesota’s Department of Family Medicine and Community Health. This webinar showcases the Change that Matters: Promoting Healthy Behaviors online curriculum. 

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