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Pediatrics Bundle: Mental Health & Protecting Abused Children


Total Credits: 2 including 2 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

Average Rating:
   4
State Associations:
MOA - Maine
Faculty:
Charles Parker, DO |  Amanda Brownell, MD
Duration:
1 Hour 51 Minutes
Expiration:
Never expires.


Description

Presentation Title:  Thinking About Thinking: Cognitive Anxiety in Adolescents, Children & Beyond      Charles Parker, DO      

Session Objectives:

1. Participants will improve their ability to diagnose and treat patients in their practice with Executive Function & Thinking challenges - beyond ADHD.      

2.Participants will access useful tools and additional self-learning strategies using accurate brain target-recognition, medical-management protocols, and self-management skills with more predictable treatment outcomes. 

3.Participants will be able to identify the specific causes and solutions for treatment failure with various psychiatric medications – from depression and anxiety to ADHD.

 

Dr. Parker has no disclosures. 

 

 

Presentation Title: Life Saving Injuries: How Physicians Can Protect Abused Children      Amanda Brownell, MD                          
 

Session Objectives:
1.Participants will be able to identify signs and symptoms of child physical and sexual abuse particularly with a focus on the importance of recognizing sentinel injuries   

 2. Participants will learn the reporting process and reasons for medical follow-up for child abuse patients 

3.  Participants will be able to understand how COVID-19 has impacted the recognition and diagnosis of child abuse

 

Dr. Brownell has no disclosures. 

  • The Maine Osteopathic Medical Association designates this program for a maximum of 2.0 AOA Category 1-A credits and will report CME and specialty credits commensurate with the extent of the physician’s participation in this activity. 

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Faculty

Charles Parker, DO's Profile

Charles Parker, DO Related seminars and products: 2


Dr. Parker is Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist, certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology for Adult Psychiatry. He completed medical school at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Adult Psychiatric training at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, then next completed a Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Hahnemann now a part of Drexel University in Philadelphia, where he served as Chief Resident, and also completed psychoanalytic training with the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis. In addition, he is trained and certified by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for the use of functional brain imaging. His comprehensive medical perspectives include many levels of psychiatric training and experience, including a special interest in treatment failure and contributory conditions that negatively influence medical outcomes. He is experienced as a personable team player in providing comprehensive medical care through outpatient, partial, hospital and residential care systems also includes years of experience as both an on-site and remote medical team administrator. Those administrative experiences have served as the best lesson-series on the importance of responsibly working within each system. His many years [since 1987] of substance abuse training, recovery systems consultations, and clinical experiences in working within the field of addiction medicine, both programmatic and outpatient, led him to write Deep Recovery – How to use your most difficult relationships to find out who you are, in 1992. Deep Recovery addresses difficult issues still alive these many years later regarding identifying and treating individuals. With each intervention he works to address the complex array of underlying contributory issues. Balanced self-management and relationship consistency with both staff and patients, build trust and team predictability. His more than twenty years of national pharmacologic teaching experience regarding the diagnosis and medical treatments of depression, mood disorders, ADHD, executive function objectives, and self-management/developmental arrest challenges continues with his persistent clinical focus on dysregulated cognition/thinking, cognitive anxiety, growth, maturity, and self-mastery objectives. Interestingly, the conundrums of executive function diagnosis and medication management persist even today, after writing New ADHD Medication Rules: Brain Science and Common Sense, in 2012. Parker’s mission: each medication treatment objective is based upon mutually-assessed and numbered clinical data points – discussed in an understandable way so that all concur and explicitly report on specific, codified treatment objectives. Dr. Parker is detail oriented, passionate about improved target recognition, and determined to develop improved feedback loops with administrative staff, and colleague providers, in addition to patients and patient families, to effectively communicate about specific clinical markers that will support more predictable outcomes.

 Dr. Parker has no disclosures. 


Amanda Brownell, MD's Profile

Amanda Brownell, MD Related seminars and products: 2

Medical Director

Spurwink


Dr. Amanda Brownell is the medical director of the Spurwink Center for Safe and Healthy Children. She is a fellowship-trained and board-certified child abuse pediatrician. Dr. Brownell completed her pediatric residency training at Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine. She then completed her child abuse pediatrics fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Her training has led to expertise in diagnosing child physical and sexual abuse. She also provides support for physicians throughout the state to help differentiate accidental injuries from abuse. She is the vice-chair of the Maine Child Death and Serious Injury Review Panel. She has also provided valuable education to medical providers, children’s services workers, social workers, and law enforcement in both Maine and Ohio. As a clinical assistant professor at the Tufts University School of Medicine, and the director of the pediatric advocacy program at Maine Medical Center she is educating Maine’s next generation of physicians to care for the most vulnerable of children.

 

Dr. Brownell has no disclosures. 


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