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Behavioral Health Integration (BHI) Collaborative Overcoming Obstacles webinar series

How to address the growing behavioral health concerns among children, adolescents, and families

In this Overcoming Obstacles webinar, physician experts will share how they identify behavioral health needs within their patient population and use behavioral health integration (BHI) to provide comprehensive, whole-person care to children, adolescents and families within the practice setting.

Experts will provide case-study-like explanations of how they identify the need, assess practice readiness to address the need, train staff and scale care delivery for positive patient outcomes.

Webinar attendees will also have the opportunity to engage directly with the experts via a live Q&A session at the end of the presentation.

Overcoming Obstacles registration

Register for this and upcoming webinars in the Overcoming Obstacles series.

When

May 20, 2021, 1–2 p.m. Central

Moderator

Mark Borer, MD

Speaker

Tatiana Falcone, MD, MPH, FAPA, FAACAP

Tatiana Falcone, MD, MPH, FAPA, FAACAP, is a child psychiatrist at Cleveland Clinic and assistant professor of psychiatry and neurology at Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University; currently her position is half time research, half time clinical, divided between psychiatry and neurology (epilepsy). She trained in neurophysiology and is the child psychiatrist for the pediatric epilepsy unit.

Dr. Falcone was CHIPS fellow, a Public Psychiatry Fellow and APA leadership fellow. She was recognized as teacher of the year at Cleveland Clinic in 2007 and 2010. For the last 13 years she has been founded by HRSA and NIMH to improve the care for children with chronic medical illness (epilepsy) Project COPE, Project CARE and Project IMPACTT, including implementing a family centered medical home for children with epilepsy as well as implementing routine screening for psychiatric comorbidities in the pediatric epilepsy unit and outpatient pediatric epilepsy.

Some of the projects have use technology to improve the care provided to patients such as telemedicine and electronic interventions using avatars to prevent bullying in children. She is also doing research on suicide prevention (Project PIMS-a study identifying biomarkers to identify suicidal adolescents) and intervention (Project PASS-a randomized control trial comparing 3 interventions in high risk suicidal adolescents).

Registration

Register now for the webinar.

Speakers

Mark Borer, MD

Mark Borer, MD

Tatiana Falcone MD, MPH, FAPA, FAACAP

Tatiana Falcone, MD, MPH, FAPA, FAACAP

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