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Fri, Oct 30 at 3:00 am EDT
Operation HealthySteps: Promoting Safe Child Care Practices Across a Large Medical System

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Integrated Health Care Models have been proven to improve health care for children and families at risk for toxic stress. The Defense Health Agency in Partnership with the Office of the Secretary of Defense have teamed up to implement the HealthySteps model to improve military family wellness.
Faculty & P-5 Competency Domains

Faculty: Eric Flake, MD, United States Air Force; Lee Kelley

P-5 Competency Domains: 

  • P-5 (4) Health and Developmental Protective and Risk Factors
  • P-5 (8) Service Planning, Coordination, and Collaboration
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Presenters have affirmed that they do not have proprietary interest in products, instruments, devices, services or materials discussed in this event, and have confirmed that they have not been compensated in relation to this presentation.

Going Beyond the Well Visit: A HealthySteps Case Study

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HealthySteps Specialists are in a unique position to provide longitudinal, relationship-based care to infants, toddlers, and their families. This session will describe how Brookdale Hospital's HealthySteps program went beyond the well visit to address one toddler’s at-risk social–emotional health.

Faculty & Competency Domains

Faculty: Allison Lieber, LMSW, Brookdale Hospital Medical Center; Jennifer Saba, PhD, Brookdale Hospital Medical Center; Jodette Rodriguez, MS IMH-DP, MHC-LP, Brookdale Hospital

P-5 Competency Domains:

  • P-5 (4) Health and Developmental Protective and Risk Factors
  • P-5 (8) Service Planning, Coordination, and Collaboration
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Presenters have affirmed that they do not have proprietary interest in products, instruments, devices, services or materials discussed in this event, and have confirmed that they have not been compensated in relation to this presentation.

Integration of Early Childhood Mental Health Into Pediatric Care Including General and Specialty Programs

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Early mental health underpins long-term biopsychosocial outcomes. A major outstanding problem in this domain is identifying at-risk children and directing them toward available resources. This session presents three programs aiming to dramatically increase identification and treatment of early mental health issues by integrating assessment and short-term intervention into pediatric care.

Faculty & P-5 Competency Domains

Faculty: Alyssa Palmer, University of Minnesota; Katherine Rosenblum, PhD, University of Michigan; Maria Kroupina, PhD, University of Minnesota

P-5 Competency Domains: 

  • P-5 (4) Health and Developmental Protective and Risk Factors
  • P-5 (8) Service Planning, Coordination, and Collaboration
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Presenters have affirmed that they do not have proprietary interest in products, instruments, devices, services or materials discussed in this event, and have confirmed that they have not been compensated in relation to this presentation.

Building Data Capacity in HealthySteps: Opportunities, Challenges, and Lessons From Three Primary Care Clinics

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This session will present insights from three primary care clinics as they modify their data systems and collection efforts to better capture relevant information on family and child well-being. Such data are often not available in existing electronic health records but are critical to informing program improvement and performance monitoring.

Faculty & P-5 Competency Domains

Faculty: Alix McNulty, MSN, RN, CPSTI, Advocate Children's Hospital; DeAnn Davies, MS, CLC, C-IPMH, Summit Healthcare; Helen Lee, PhD, MDRC; Lance Till, MS, James Bell Associates; Laura Ibanez Gomez, LMSW, NYU Lagone

P-5 Competency Domains:

  • P-5 (8) Service Planning, Coordination, and Collaboration
  • P-5 (2) Family-Centered Practice
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Presenters have affirmed that they do not have proprietary interest in products, instruments, devices, services or materials discussed in this event, and have confirmed that they have not been compensated in relation to this presentation.

Supporting Medically Fragile Infants Through Family-Centered Care: A Neurodevelopmental Infant Mental Health Approach for All Providers

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Medically fragile infants and their families have developmental needs often not addressed through traditional community-based therapeutic models. This session will present a family-centered care model founded on neurodevelopmental and infant mental health principles to train providers of many disciplines to be better equipped to meet the needs of this population.

Faculty & P-5 Competency Domains

Faculty: Emily McNeil, LPC, The Mariposa Center; Joy Browne, PhD, PCNS, University of Colorado; Petora Manetto-Spratt, PT, DPT, Precious Steps Pediatric Therapy

P-5 Competency Domains:

  • P-5 (2) Family-Centered Practice
  • P-5 (4) Health and Developmental Protective and Risk Factors
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Presenters have affirmed that they do not have proprietary interest in products, instruments, devices, services or materials discussed in this event, and have confirmed that they have not been compensated in relation to this presentation.

Fri, Oct 30 at 3:00 am EDT
Realize. Recognize. Respond: Collaborative Systems Approach to Addressing ACEs in OB and Pediatric Medical Settings

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Tele-visits can provide in-home services to families from any location. Our tele-visit project provides positive observational feedback to parents, identifying what works best for them, and guides parent planning for ways to increase support for children’s early development. Preliminary data show parent–child interaction scores increasing over the course of tele-visits.

Faculty & P-5 Competency Domains

Faculty: Lori Roggman, PhD, Utah State University; Tasha Olson, Utah State University; Maria Carolina Rinaldi, MS; Gina Cook, PhD, California State University, Stanislaus; Mark Innocenti, PhD, 

P-5 Competency Domains:

  • P-5 (3) Relationship-Based Practice
  • P-5 (2) Family-Centered Practice
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Presenters have affirmed that they do not have proprietary interest in products, instruments, devices, services or materials discussed in this event, and have confirmed that they have not been compensated in relation to this presentation.