NEW!! 2013 CAP PC In Person REACH Institute Training Sessions!
Sign up now…and a click will take you to the information sheet. The contact information remains the same for the locations:
- November 17-19, 2013 (Sun-Tues) Columbia University, NYC
Due to popular demand, we are delighted to announce our newest educational offerings of evening CME programs. The presentations will be broadcast live to four other sites. Each presentation will start at 6:00 PM with a light dinner, followed by the presentation from 6:30-8:00 pm and then local discussion with your CAP PC team from 8-8:30 at your respective sites. You can sign up with the attached registration form or from our website (look in the Educational Programs tab). Sign up early, as space is limited. There is no cost to PCPs and we will be offering CME for this. We hope to see you there! This year we will have two presentations:
- Wednesday, October 9, 2013 – Responding to Pediatric Trauma: What the PCP Needs to Know will be broadcast live from our NSU/LIJ site and telecast to our other regional sites. Victor Fornari, MD and Carmel Foley, MD from our NSU/LIJ team and Diane Bloomfield, MD, one of our PCP Champs from Montefiore will be the lead presenters for this.
- Wednesday December 4, 2013 – Understanding Self Injury will be presented by our Rochester team, led by Jim Wallace, MD and Mike Scharf, MD.
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CAP PC is New York State’s response to meet the public health need of its children and families with mental health needs. CAP PC is a collaboration between the Departments of Psychiatry at the University at Buffalo, University of Rochester, Columbia University, SUNY Upstate, and Long Island Jewish/North Shore University. For further information, please go to the CAP-PC website.
What Child and Adolescent Psychiatry for Primary Care’s New Phone Consultation Service Does and Does Not Do
CAP PC does:
Assist PCPs to better manage children/adolescents (to age 21) with mild-moderate mental health problems
Assist PCPs with linking and referring their patients to appropriate mental health services in their communities
CAP PC does NOT provide:
- Emergency services or evaluations (we will help identify community emergency services)
- Ongoing treatment for your patients
- Support for the management of problems outside the scope of primary care practice
*CAP PC does not cover Albany and north region; the CAPES program does this (518-581-5015)