Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Grand Rounds

Date:

6/14/2013, 12PM-1PM

Location:

LP-190

Contact:

Pamela Chu - Contact Information

Speaker

Name: Karen Finch, MD, CAP-1

Institution: UCSF Department of Psychiatry

Presentation: Assessing the Mental Health Needs of Parents with Infants Hospitalized in the UCSF Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

Speaker

Name: Sasha Waring, MD, CAP-1

Institution: UCSF Department of Psychiatry

Presentation: Perceived change in child psychotropic prescriptions due to psychiatrists' personal experience having children

Speaker

Name: Craig Schiltz , MD, PhD, CAP-1

Institution: UCSF Department of Psychiatry

Presentation: Understanding the bases of adolescent vulnerability to nicotine use disorders

Karen Finch MD
By the end of the presentation learners will:
1. appreciate that NICU hospitalization is a highly stressful experience for parents and families
2. become familiar with the growing literature on the prevalence of mental health disorders among these parents
3. consider strategies to evaluate prevalence rates and risks for psychiatric illness among parents of infants hospitalized in the UCSF NICU

Sasha Waring, MD
By the end of the presentation learners will:
1. become familiar with existing research on the effects of having children on child and adolescent psychiatrists' (CAP's) prescribing patterns and other aspects of clinical practice
2. consider various strategies to further investigate the effects of parenthood on CAP's prescribing and other clinical practices


Craig Schiltz, MD, PhD
Learning Objectives:
1. participants with become familiar with the concepts of conditioning and conditioned responses and how they relate to addiction and how these processes develop from adolescence to adulthood.
2. participants will become familiar with the functional neuroanatomical substrates of nicotine conditioning and relapse in adulthood and adolescence.


 

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