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Simulation Training: Build Skills to Lead Real-Life Conversations That Change Lives

Simulation Training: Build Skills to Lead Real-Life Conversations That Change Lives

This activity carries a fee of $249.00 to review the content and receive credit.

Format

Patient Case Simulations

Time to Complete

4.5 hours

Released

July 1, 2018

Expires

February 22, 2020

Maximum Credits

4.50 / AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM
4.25 / ANCC CNE

Program Description

This set of 4 state-of-the-art virtual simulations can prepare you to lead real-life conversations that can change patients’ lives. The 4 individually certified activities are:

AT-RISK IN PRIMARY CARE
Learn common risk factors and warning signs for mental health disorders and screening tools to evaluate a patient's level of risk. Then practice effective conversation techniques for assessing a patient's condition, collaboratively exploring treatment options and making referrals to treatment.

Research-proven simulation on screening for substance use and mental health concerns, conducting brief interventions using Motivational Interviewing, and coordinated referrals to treatment.

Antoine Part 1 Presents with back pain and wants a refill of his pain medication prescription Build rapport and gathering deeper information to assess the at-risk level of substance abuse, depression or suicidal ideation.

Antoine Part 2 Conduct the screening for PTSD and a possible substance use disorder. Conduct a screening and collaborate on a treatment plan.

Judith Presents with arthritis pain. Screened positive for depression and indicated suicidal thoughts. Discuss the chief complaint and collaborate on a treatment plan.


AT-RISK IN PRIMARY CARE--ADOLESCENTS
Simulation to build competency of primary care providers to screen adolescent patients for depression and suicide using evidence-based tools, conduct brief interventions using motivational interviewing tactics, and coordinate referrals to treatment.

Clincal Case: Justin Presents with chronic headaches related to mental health concerns. Conversation includes suicide risk assessment


SCREENING AND BRIEF INTERVENTIONS SKILLS ASSESSMENT

Simulation to practice and assess competency to apply evidence-based techniques to screen patients for substance use, conduct brief interventions, and coordinate referrals to treatment.

Contents include:

  • Screening for alcohol use with validated screening tools
  • Motivational interviewing techniques and how to best use them when speaking with patients about substance use
  • Coordinating referrals to specialist treatment and follow-up care

SCREENING AND BRIEF INTERVENTIONS SKILLS ASSESSMENT WITH ADOLESCENTS
Research-proven simulation to build and assess skills in conducting substance use screening and brief Interventions with adolescent patients and coordinate referrals to treatment. Simulation includes 2 practice conversations and 1 assessment conversation.

Developed in collaboration with NORC at the University of Chicago and adopted by more than 40 schools of health professions and state agencies, this online, CE-certified solution helps improve patient-provider communication and supports the integration of substance use SBI in primary care settings

Clinical Cases 3 x 10-15min
Josh 15-year-old who is recovering from an ankle injury sustained while drinking. 
Assess an adolescent patient's substance risk and apply SBIRT techniques
Emily 14-year-old whose screen indicates the weekly use of marijuana. Practice and apply the screening model with limited guidance.
Kayla 16-year-old about her moderate use of alcohol in social settings. 
Perform a Brief Intervention

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Course Access

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