The Mental Health Integration Project is a series of meetings held monthly during the school year aimed at educating primary care providers about mental health issues, fostering closer connections between providers and local psychiatrists, and improving the quality of care provided locally to individuals affected by mental illness. Each meeting will allow time for connecting with colleagues, hearing didactic lectures and participating in case discussions relating to a variety of topics. Topics covered include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, trauma/PTSD, autism, suicide prevention, ADHD, eating disorders, and dementia/geropsychiatry.
Dinner is provided, supported by grants from community health care organizations and United Way.
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