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Panel Discussion: Interesting Psych Cases for the PCP

Total Credits: 1.5 including 1.5 AOA Category 1-A Credit

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AOA Category 1-A Credit |  Family Medicine |  MOA |  Primary Care |  Psychiatry
Ryan Smith |  Arthur Dingley |  John J Campbell
1 Hour 26 Minutes
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Presentation Title: Psychiatry Panel Discussion: Interesting Cases for the PCP
Presentation Objectives:  Following an introduction of panelists, each will present a total of 2 cases, revealed in steps. There will be ample time for discussion of each case and interaction from attendees.


The Maine Osteopathic Association is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association to provide osteopathic continuing medical education for physicians.The Maine Osteopathic Association designates this program for a maximum of 1.5 AOA Category 1-A credits and will report CME and specialty credits commensurate with the extent of the physician’s participation in this activity.



Ryan Smith's Profile

Ryan Smith Related seminars and products: 3


University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine

Dr. Smith is Chief of Psychiatry at UNECOM and an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry.  He leads the Division of Psychiatry as well as the UNECOM OMS-II Psychiatry Curriculum and is involved in the crafting of the clinical rotation psychiatry curricula.  He also is immediate past Chair of the COM Curriculum Committee (Curriculum Advisory Committee, CAC).  He is a Diplomat of the American Osteopathic Board of Neurology and Psychiatry (AOBNP) and is a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association (APA).  He advises our Neuropsychiatry Club and also is co-Advisor for the Gold Humanism Award.  He was named 2014-2015 UNECOM Clinical Faculty Member of the Year as well as 2016 Maine Osteopathic Association Young Physician of the Year., and 2018 American Osteopathic Foundation's (AOF's) James Lally, DO, Emerging Leader of the Year.  He was Chair of the COMAT Psychiatry Examination Committee for the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners (NBOME) and is now Chair of the  Department Chair of Psychiatry, Neurology, and Clinical Neurosciences, and is involved in a number of different activities within the NBOME.  He also serves on the Maine Board of Osteopathic Licensure as a Board Member.


Dr. Smith has no disclosures. 

Arthur Dingley Related seminars and products:


Franklin Community Health Network

Bio: Dr. Dingley is a former attorney and a 1993 graduate of UNECOM.  He completed a year of internal medicine residency at Wake Forest Medical Center/Bowman Gray School of Medicine, and completed his training in psychiatry at Maine Medical Center, where he was chief resident. Dr. Dingley has worked with a wide variety of patients in outpatient clinics, inpatient and forensic units, day treatment programs, jails, homeless shelters, group homes.  He is Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry for TUSM and teaches medical students in the LIC program.  He has taught courses in neuroanatomy and psychopharmacology. He is presently lead physician for Franklin Health Behavioral Services/Maine Health in Farmington, Maine, providing medicine management, psychotherapy, ECT, MAT, and esketamine treatment.


Faculty Disclosure: Dr. Dingley has no financial interest, arrangement or affiliation that could be perceived as a real or apparent conflict of interest in the contact or subject of this presentation.


John J Campbell Related seminars and products:


Acadia Hospital

Bio: John J Campbell, MD, FANPA is the Chief Medical Informatics Officer and Medical Director of Community Services at Acadia Hospital. Prior to coming to Acadia Hospital, Dr. Campbell served as the Interim Chief of Psychiatry at Maine Medical Center and Interim Senior VP of Medical Affairs at Maine Behavioral Healthcare. In addition, he was the Medical Director of Henry Ford Kingswood Hospital, part of the Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, MI. Dr. Campbell is a graduate of Brown University and attended the University of Vermont College of Medicine. He completed his residency training in psychiatry at Brown University and while there also completed a fellowship in neuropsychiatry. Dr. Campbell has been a champion of affordable, high quality healthcare for many years. He is an advocate for patient-centered care and, in particular, has emphasized the design of behavioral health delivery systems capable of achieving the Quadruple Aim: Measurable improvements in community health, Delighting the customer, Making care affordable, and Keeping providers engaged. His clinical background is in providing psychiatric care to medically complex populations and he has been a leader in the psychiatric care for patients with dementia-related psychiatric complications for almost 20 years. Dr. Campbell currently serves as the President of the American Neuropsychiatric Association.


Faculty Disclosure: Dr. Campbell has no financial interest, arrangement or affiliation that could be perceived as a real or apparent conflict of interest in the contact or subject of this presentation.


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