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Lifelong Learning Module 11
Lifelong Learning Module 11

Lifelong Learning Module 11 is a compilation of recently published journal articles that features the latest information on topics all child and adolescent psychiatrists should know, including articles on ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Depression, ethics, and psychopharmacology. The pre-test offers 8 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits that have been ABPN-approved to be meet MOC self-assessment and CME requirements and the post-test offers 30 additional AMA PRA Category 1 Credits that have been ABPN-approved to be meet MOC CME requirements.

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Institute 1: An Update in Advanced Psychopharmacology for Practitioners
Over the past decade, there has been a rapid increase in pharmacotherapy with children and adolescents who have psychiatric disorders. This Institute goes beyond the basics and delves into the challenges child and adolescent psychiatrists face when they encounter complicated cases requiring more advanced psychopharmacology. It provides contemporary information and a higher level of understanding of... Details
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Institute 2: Family-Based Integrated Care in Child Psychiatry: The Evidence Base and Practical Applications
The AACAP Family Committee has gathered seasoned experts in the area of family theory, family assessment, family interventions, and family training to present material that greatly enhances the psychiatrist’s knowledge of family skills and heighten their ability to implement family therapy in their usual practice settings. Participants learn about the evolution of... Details
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Institute 3: Managing Psychiatrically Referred Youth With Autism: From Diagnosis to Treatment
This Institute provides psychiatrists, pediatricians, and other mental health professionals a practical and useful synthesis of the most recent research on the etiology, assessment, and treatment of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This Institute provides a review of DSM-5 criteria, reviews diagnostic procedures, explores educational, psychotherapeutic, and behavioral... Details
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Institute 4: Neurodevelopmental Disorder Associated With Prenatal Alcohol Exposure: Etiology, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention in an Era of DSM-5
This Institute presents information on alcohol teratology and the importance of vulnerability prior to pregnancy recognition, explains how to diagnose ND-PAE, provides U.S. and worldwide epidemiologic surveillance data, discusses multidisciplinary treatment in collaboration with medical and allied health professionals,... Details
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Institute 6: Early Recognition and Intervention for Youth at High Risk for Depression and Bipolar Disorder
Participants learn to recognize early symptoms of mood disorders in youth and to administer psychotherapeutic and pharmacologic interventions that are effective for those at risk for BD. A novel, step-by-step approach to identification and assessment of risk level is presented; the role of family therapy in treating putatively prodromal youth is considered; cognitive ... Details
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Institute 7: Parent•Child Interaction Therapy: Treatment Components, Evidence Base, Adaptations, and Training Guidelines
Presenters familiarize attendees with one of the evidence-based treatments for preschoolers, Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT). Participants increase their understanding of PCIT’s treatment components and its use with young children exhibiting disruptive behavior disorders and for families with neglect or abuse histories. Other areas covered are:... Details
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Institute 8: Motivational Interviewing: Preparing Youth for Change
Participants receive MI training through a combination of didactic presentations, video examples, and exercises, and practice the use of basic MI techniques. Topics presented are the spirit of MI • collaboration, self-motivation, and autonomy; OARS • open-ended questions, affirmations, reflective listening, and summaries; Rolling with Resistance; research; Change Talk; developing a change plan;... Details
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Advanced Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology With Relevance to Primary Care Consultation
The interaction between child and adolescent psychiatrists and primary care clinicians is becoming increasingly important, especially with the advent of the medical home. This Institute provides a state-of-the-art review of current psychotropic medications and treatment strategies, providing an update on what is new in evidence-based psychopharmacologic treatments of common child... Details
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Research Institute: What's Up in Child Addiction Research: A Focus on Methodology
The Research Institute is designed to drive the research policy agenda for child and adolescent psychiatry by creating an environment that encourages scientific exploration and collaboration of investigators across disciplines. The primary audience is researchers, although others are invited to attend. The overarching aim of this Institute is to provide a higher level of understanding of the ... Details
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The Assessment and Treatment of Preschool Children: Understanding the Essentials
Only ten percent of child and adolescent psychiatry training programs in the United States have clinics specifically dedicated to the evaluation of preschoolers, leaving many child and adolescent psychiatrists uncomfortable and unknowledgeable when assessing and treating young children. This Institute brings together national experts in the field of infant and preschool mental health who... Details