Free virtual ‘mental health in pediatric PC’ CME activities scheduled for Atlanta area physicians

The REACH Institute (Resources for Advancing Children’s Health) is encouraging physicians and allied health care professionals (i.e., pediatricians, family physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants) who practice in the greater Atlanta area to register for one of three free virtual ‘Patient-Centered Mental Health in Pediatric Primary Care (PPP)’ CME activities that will take place on May 13-15, August 12-14, and November 11-13.

The course “includes a three-day, interactive virtual session plus 12 case-based group learning calls scheduled bi-weekly over six months.”

The REACH Institute is a non-profit organization that is “dedicated to ensuring that the most effective, scientifically proven mental health care reaches all children and families.” It “provides thousands of primary care providers, therapists, and health care institutions with training in the best evidence-based therapies in order to better diagnose, treat and manage mental health issues.”

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