|Event Title||Inspiring and Expanding the Psychiatric Workforce in Texas|
|Learning Date Start||02/03/2017|
|Learning Date End||02/03/2017|
|More Information||Registration Link: https://cme.utsouthwestern.edu/js1702f|
This collaborative, creative, interactive event is a unique opportunity for leaders in psychiatry education and training from state and local systems all over Texas to engage in dialogue with national experts from the American Psychiatric Association and American Association of Community Psychiatry.
The goal: To network and share ideas for expanding the ability of the psychiatry workforce in Texas to meet the needs of Texans, particularly those who need help the most.
The outcome: Stimulate innovative approaches to inspiring psychiatric trainees in all settings and develop a set of recommendations for furthering community psychiatric education in Texas.
Introductory Speakers: Carol Tamminga, MD, Lou and Ellen McGinley Distinguished Chair in Psychiatric Research, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry and Anita Everett, MD, President-Elect American Psychiatric Association; Medical Director, SAMHSA
8:00-8:30am Registration and Breakfast
8:30-8:45am Welcome / Orientation to the Day
8:45-9:30am Keynote Remarks
Carol Tamminga, MD, Lou and Ellen McGinley Distinguished Chair in Psychiatric Research, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry
Anita Everett, MD, President-Elect American Psychiatric Association; Medical Director, SAMHSA
Michael Flaum, MD, President, AACP; Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of Iowa
9:30-10:15am Getting Acquainted – Open Discussion
Texas participants share their strengths, challenges and questions. AACP participants share their knowledge, background, and experiences.
10:30am – 12:00pm Round Table Sessions Part 1: Small Group Interactive Discussions on Selected Topics with National Leaders and Texas Educators
Topics to be covered include, at minimum:
Creating educational experiences for medical students and residents
Strategies in improving access to underserved populations
Teaching integrated practice - primary health and behavioral health
Teaching public health, population management and performance improvement
Clinical skills needed for the future
System-based practice: teamwork and technology skills
12:15-1:15pm Lunch and Networking
1:15-2:15pm Round Table Sessions Part 2: Small Group Discussions on Selected Topics with National Leaders and Texas Educators
Same topics repeated
2:30-3:30pm Whole Group Discussion – What was learned from the discussion? What can be done to make changes in Texas?
3:30-4:15pm Summarizing Next Steps: Action Steps and White Paper Recommendations
4:15-4:30pm Closing Remarks/Next Steps
|Contact||Lia.Thomas@UTSouthwestern.edu or Lindsey.Pershern@UTSouthwestern.edu|