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Mental Health Conferences, Events, and Education

Mental Health Conferences &
Educational Opportunities

ASAPA 2015 Primary Care Conference
03/04/2015 - 03/07/2015
Arizona State Association of Physician Assistants

GAPA 2015 Spring Conference
03/04/2015 - 03/07/2015
Georgia Association of Physician Assistants

Primary Care Conference
03/08/2015 - 03/09/2015

Phamacology Update
03/10/2015 - 03/11/2015

2015 Conference on Pediatric Health Care
03/11/2015 - 03/14/2015
National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners NAPNAP

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mental health , psych , addictions , neurologic

Latest News

Examination Of Prior Authorization Policies For Antipsychotic Prescribing To Children

With a concern about inappropriate prescribing of antipsychotic medications to children, 31 states have implemented prior authorization policies for atypical antipsychotic prescribing, mostly within the past 5 years, and with most states applying the... Continue Reading

Intervention Results In More Stable Housing For Homeless Adults

A program that included scattered-site supportive housing using rent supplements and case management services led to more stable housing for homeless adults with mental illness in four cities in Canada, compared with usual access to existing housing ... Continue Reading

Time To “Just Say No” To Behavior-Calming Drugs For Alzheimer Patients? Experts Say Yes

Doctors write millions of prescriptions a year for drugs to calm the behavior of people with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia. But non-drug approaches actually work better, and carry far fewer risks, experts conclude in a new report. ... Continue Reading

Study Offers Clues To Early Detection Of Bipolar Disorders In High-Risk Children

New research published today in the American Journal of Psychiatry indicates a strong link between subthreshold manic episodes and likelihood of developing bipolar disorder in children of parents with bipolar disorder. The study’s findings could impr... Continue Reading

Successful Cognitive Behavioral Therapy In Youth Leads To Decreased Thinking About Suicide

Penn Medicine researchers found that patients who did not respond to cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for anxiety in childhood had more chronic and enduring patterns of suicidal ideation at 7 to 19 years after treatment. This study adds to the lite... Continue Reading

Rowan University Study Links BPA Exposure To Autism Spectrum Disorder

A newly published study is the first to report an association between bisphenol-A (BPA), a common plasticizer used in a variety of consumer food and beverage containers, with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in children. The study, by researchers at Ro... Continue Reading

New Care Model Enhances Psychological, Cognitive And Physical Recovery Of ICU Survivors

The Critical Care Recovery Center care model -- the nation's first collaborative care concept focusing on the extensive cognitive, physical and psychological recovery needs of intensive care unit survivors -- decreases the likelihood of serious illne... Continue Reading

Long-Term Care May Not Be Best For Adults With Traumatic Brain Injury; Other Housing Needed

A new, large-scale Canadian study shows that many adults with traumatic brain injury (TBI) live in a long-term health setting – such as a nursing home- which may not be appropriate for their condition and younger age. The study, led by Dr. Angela Co... Continue Reading

Therapeutic Video Game For Autism

Autism Speaks’ not-for-profit affiliate DELSIA has announced new funding for the clinical testing of a therapeutic video game designed to improve executive function skills in children and adolescents affected by autism. Autism Speaks established DEL... Continue Reading

For Patients With Brain Tumors, Insurance Status Linked To Differences In Patient Safety And Quality Of Care

Patients that are on Medicaid or uninsured have higher rates of reportable patient safety and quality of care issues during hospitalization for brain tumors, reports a study in the issue of Neurosurgery, official journal of the Congress of Neurologic... Continue Reading

Enhancing Studies On A Possible Blood Biomarker For Traumatic Brain Injury

New technology being introduced at NYU Langone Medical Center could help researchers advance blood biomarker capabilities that show changes in low concentrations of specific proteins present following a neurological injury. The single molecule array... Continue Reading

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Mental Health Jobs

Mental Health Jobs

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Camp Nurses
Easter Seals New Jersey - Camp Merry Heart
New Jersey

Community Group Home Resident Aide, Group Home Assistant Manager, Registered Nurse & Daily Living Assistant
Eastern Christian Childrens Retreat
Wyckoff, New Jersey

Associate Degree Nursing Instructor, Emergency Medical Services Instructor
Laredo Community College
Laredo, Texas

Physician Assistant (Mental Health)
Tulare County Health & Human Services
Visalia & Porterville, California

Advanced Practice Clinician (NP or PA)
Hampshire Gastroenterology Associates Llc
Northampton, Massachusetts

Registered Nurse
Rolling Hills Psychiatric Hospital
Ada, Oklahoma

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