October 2021

Lindner Center of HOPE Offers Free CME Virtual Conference

Crossing the Line: From Dual Diagnosis to Complex Comorbidity A Deeper and Wider Approach to Patient Care

Jennifer Pierson, Senior Director, Marketing and Outreach, Lindner Center of HOPE
 
https://lindnercenterofhope.org/news/events/crossing-the-line-from-dual-diagnosis-to-complex-comorbidity/

Virtually all psychiatric disorders co-occur with other mental health conditions, medical issues and at times addictions. With this knowledge it has been noted that patient populations now reflect complex comorbidity rather than just dual diagnosis or co-occurring. Put simply, patients consistently exhibit three or more significant challenges to their well-being. This presentation will highlight the importance of identifying complex comorbidity in order to improve patient outcomes.

On Wednesday, October 13, 2021 from 12 to 2:30 pm EST, Lindner Center of HOPE is offering a free 2.25 CME/CEU credit virtual conference for healthcare and mental health professionals. 

Presenters and Topics of Discussion include:

The significance of the shift from single or co-occurring diagnosis to complex-comorbidity Paul Keck, MD, Lindner Center of HOPE Psychiatrist in Chief and Founding President and CEO & Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience and Executive Vice Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

Mind the body: Investigating complex comorbidity in psychiatric disorders
Francisco Romo-Nava, MD, PHD, Lindner Center of HOPE Associate Chief Research Officer, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences at University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

Genetic overlap of psychiatric and medical disorders Dr. Alfredo B. Cuellar Barboza, Professor and Vice-Chair of Education, Department of Psychiatry, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon Adjunct Assistant Professor and International Research Collaborator, Department of Psychiatry and Psychology, Mayo Clinic

Clinical case examples of complex comorbidity and how assessment influenced evidence-based treatment Susan L. McElroy, MD, Lindner Center of HOPE, Chief Research Officer Linda and Harry Fath Professor of Psychiatry University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience

After the presentation the participants will be able to:

  • Demonstrate how today's mental health clients are beyond co-occurring/dual diagnosis, as the reality is complex comorbidity
  • Establish the roles research, assessment and evidence-based treatment play in outcomes of patients facing complex comorbidity
  • Demonstrate how assessment influenced evidence-based treatment in case examples of complex comorbidity

Register by Tuesday, October 12, 2021: at https://globalmeet.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1470426&tp_key=0a8af4742b