Webcasts on Adolescent Health
AAP WEB CASTS
Health Information Technology Webinar Series HIT Initiatives: A National Perspective
Please join us for the first webinar of a 3-part series which will consist of presentations detailing strategies for health information technology (HIT) implementation at the national, state, and member practice levels.
The first webinar will focus on HIT at the national level. This webinar is being sponsored by the AAP Child Health Informatics Center (CHIC) and Council on Clinical Information Technology (COCIT).
Speaker: Christoph U. Lehmann, MD, FAAP
Dr. Lehmann is a neonatologist and is Director of Clinical Information Technology and Associate Professor of Pediatrics & Health Sciences Informatics at Johns Hopkins University. He has served as education chair for the AAP Council on Clinical Information Technology and is the founding Medical Director of the Child Health Informatics Center. He is one of the editors of the textbook Pediatric Informatics and a founder of Dermatlas and the Editor in Chief of Applied Clinical Informatics. Dr. Lehmann's interests and research have focused on issues related to computer assisted medical education as well as improving safety through medical informatics applications.
At the conclusion of this activity the participant will be able to:
Describe how HIT relates to pediatrics
Describe AAP HIT infrastructure and core areas of focus
Define Meaningful Use
This live 60-minute session will be presented on Wednesday August 15, 2012 at 12:00 PM CT / 1:00 PM ET and will include time for questions and answers. The session will be recorded at posted on the CHIC Web site for later viewing.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education credit for physicians. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Wednesday August 15, 2012 2:00-2:00 PM EST
Handouts, recordings and other information are available for the following Web casts:
- Bullying: Health Consequences and the Role of the Health Care Provider
- Focus on Adolescent Sexual Health Webinar (June 2011)
- Talking With Teens About Healthy Sexual Relationships (November 2010)
- Promoting Health Equity in Adolescent Care- A 2-part Web cast Series (July/August 2009 )
- NIIAH Web cast Series on Adolescent Health Disparities ( March/April 2009 )
- Communicating in Adolescence: Building On Strengths While Addressing Risks ( January 2008 )
- The 15-Minute Mental Health Visit ( June 2008 )
OTHER ORGANIZATION'S WEB CASTS
- Well Aware Webinar Three Part Series on Youth Sucide
September 27 - THE KEY: Understanding the MINDSET of a youth with suicidal ideation featuring CHERYL A. KING, Ph.D. with the University of Michigan Depression Center. Dr. King is an esteemed expert in youth suicide prevention, focusing on cognitive behavioral and family therapies, child and adolescent depression, and psychosocial treatments for children, adolescents, families.
October 9 - THE INSIGHT: Knowing what to SAY and what to DO to help a suicidal youth with DAVID B. GOLDSTON, Ph.D. with the Duke University Child and Family Study Center. Dr. Goldston is a renowned expert in affective disorders and/or suicidal behavior in children and adolescents, and training for parents with young, oppositional children.
October 18 - THE FORECAST: Can we really PREDICT which 8-year-old children may in time become suicidal? with DENNIS D. EMBRY, Ph.D., recognized by the Society for Prevention Research as a national leader in bringing science to practice. Dr. Embry's work on children's health and safety, reduction of substance abuse, violence and mental illness, has gained national attention. A developmental and child psychologist by training, Dr. Embry is CEO and President of the PAXIS Institute, and co-investigator at the Johns Hopkins Center for Prevention and Early Intervention.
Participants can register for the web events by visiting http://www.wellawaresp.org/webinars.php. Well Aware is sponsored by the Wyoming Department of Health, with federal funding from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, an agency of the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services.
- Adolescent Sleep (7/11/2012) Sponsored by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB)
View the Webcast
- Using PerformWell to Improve Sex Education Programs (6/21/2012) sponsored by The Urban Institute and Child Trends
View the Webcast
- An Overview of Minor Consent and Confidentiality (3/25/10) sponsored by NACCHO & CityMatCH
Presentation Slides from Webcast
List of Resources from Webcast
- The National Association of City and County Health Officials (NACCHO) and CityMatCH host regular Webinars. You can access archived events, including recent Web casts on health disparities and youth development, through the City MatCH Web site. The calendar for their Emerging Issues in Maternal and Child Health Web cast series also is available.
- The National Institute for Health Care Management, Inc. (NIHCM) sponsors Web casts on adolescent topics. A list of their archived Web casts, as well as upcoming events, can be found at the NIHCM Web site.
- The Association for Maternal & Child Health Program has regular Web casts as part of their Adolescent Health Information Series.