COVID-19, Tele-psychiatry, and ADHD

Two Timely Education Videos on Advances
in Tele-Psychiatry and Therapy driven by COVID-19

Presenters:

Greg Mattingly, MD
Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and
Psychopharmacology Instructor at The Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri
Principal Investigator for Midwest Research Group
Board of Directors, APSARD (American Professional Society of ADHD and Related Disorders

David Goodman, MD
Asst Professor, Psychiatry and Behavior Sciences, John Hopkins Univ School of Medicine
Director of the Adult Attention Deficit Disorder Center of Maryland
Medical Director of Suburban Psychiatric Associates, LLC
Board of Directors, APSARD (American Professional Society of ADHD and Related Disorders

Surviving the Storm:
Updates and Innovations on COVID 19 and Mental Health Care 

A cutting edge analysis of the mental health consequences arising from the COVID pandemic. A special look into the emotional impact on patients and their families, new guidance and updates on the role of tele-psychiatry, and a discussion of the PPP act and how it can be utilized for clinicians. Finally, some take-home strategies that have been shown to improve outcomes in those who are struggling with the COVID pandemic.

Optimizing Outcomes in ADHD Care with Tele-Psychiatry

The COVID pandemic has created fear and uncertainty but spurred innovation. CMS guidance changed the way we may see our patients and created opportunities to develop alternative health care models for patients with ADHD. This workshop focuses on ways to adapt tele-psychiatry in your practice, compares the pros and cons of various tele-psychiatry platforms, and introduces innovative ways to use tele-psychiatry to improve outcomes, bridge gaps and life transitions in patients with ADHD.

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