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Behavioral Health 2

$39.99 per year



Welcome to Behavioral Health 2

In this course you will learn about some of the most common cases that present to your clinic on a daily basis from a Behavioral health standpoint.  Dr. Grover-Wenk, a board-certified Family Medicine Physicians will teach you this through real life case scenarios that present to the clinic on a daily basis.  By the end of this course, you will be confident tackling these abnormalities with much more ease.  Because of the multiple topics in this section, Behavioral Health outpatient has been divided into three 4 section.  For complete knowledge in this section, reviewing all sections is recommended

Videos:  4

Duration: 2.26 hours, (2 hours and 26 minutes)

CME: 2.5

  1. Delirium

a.  Definition

b.  Differential diagnoses

c.  Using the CAM Method

d.  Management

i.  Nonpharmacological

ii.  Pharmacological

a.  1st generation vs. 2nd generation antipsychotics

e.  Black Box Warning

f.  Post discharge observations

  1. Dementia

a.  Aging brain

b.  Types of dementia

c.  Diagnosing dementia

d.  Office based labs and imaging testing for dementia

e.  Office based dementia assessments

a.  MiniCog

b.  MoCA testing

c.  MMSE

f.  Neuropsychological testing

g.  Functional status assessments

h.  Management of dementia

a.  Nonpharmacological

b.  Pharmacological

a.  Cholinesterase inhibitors

b.  NMDA antagonists

c.  Antidepressants

d.  Psychoactive medications

i.  SORT Recommendations

  1. Intimate Partner Violence

a.  Definition

b.  Individual risk factors

c.  Relationship and community factors

d.  Risk factors for IPV in partners

e.  Health consequences of IPV

f.  Screening tool

g.  How can primary care physicians help these patients

h.  Stages of change

i.  Assessing patient safety

j.  Documenting and reporting IPV

k.  COVID’s impact on IPV

l.  Telehealth and IPV

  1. Eating Disorders

a.  Diagnosing Anorexia Nervosa

i.  Anorexia subtypes

ii.  Associated lab findings

iii.  Clinical signs

iv.  Complications

b.  Diagnosing Bulimia Nervosa

i.  Severity

ii.  Clinical signs

iii.  Associated lab findings

iv.  Complications

c.  Binge Eating Disorder

i.  Associated lab findings

ii.  Complications

d.  Role of the PCP with eating disorders

e.  Recognition and diagnosis of eating disorders

f.  Taking a history of eating habits

g.  Differential diagnoses of eating disorders

h.  Initial assessment of nutritional status and medical complications

i.  Location for initial treatment

j.  Recommendations for inpatient treatment for anorexia nervosa

k.  Recommendations for inpatient treatment for bulimia nervosa

l.  Collaboration of an interdisciplinary team

m.  Treatment

i.  Psychotherapy

ii.  Treatment for anorexia nervosa

iii.  Treatment for bulimia nervosa

iv.  Treatment for binge eating disorder

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