Mayo School of Continuous Professional Development
Psychiatry and Psychology Continuing Medical Education 2014-2015 Offerings Minneapolis, MN
Las Vegas, NV
New Orleans, LA
CME For Clinicians By Clinicians Thank you for your interest in our 2014-2015 CME portfolio. At Mayo Clinic Department of Psychiatry and Psychology, we take pride in offering the highest quality continuing medical education for clinicians to translate into care of their patients. Our educational offerings are built around master educators/clinicians providing relevant, engaging and evidence-based CME. All of our programs are based on key principles. First, our education should be dynamic, highly interactive and relevant to your individual practice. Education provided should be case-based and draw on principles gained from clinical research and our expertise in treating highly complex patients. Our courses utilize a combination of intense case-based sessions along with brief and highly focused larger lectures. Each course is unique, but our intent and philosophy is to bring learners and master educators/clinicians together to collaborate to improve patient care. Our 2014-2015 portfolio includes popular annual courses including our Acute Care Psychiatry Clinical Review, Psychiatry in Medical Settings, Effective Clinical Management of Borderline Personality Disorder, and Approaches to Pediatric Depression and Related Disorders. For 2014, we are debuting Translational Bridges to Mood and Addiction. This new course will incorporate the latest findings in the basic science associated with mood and addictive disorders, how this translates to clinical practice and how gaps in clinical practice translate back to ongoing research. The course will describe the impact of genetics, pharmacogenomics, neuroimaging and animal models of research to cutting edge evidence-based practice. In 2015, we will renew a highly clinical and limited attendance educational event, under Mayo Clinic sponsorship, in the challenges inherent in treating the suicidal patient and its impact on clinicians. Aeschi 8, with support from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, is a three-day course held in Vail, Colorado, utilizing video and a faculty of national and international experts to facilitate experiential learning and improved practice. This brochure is intended to provide background information and allow for you to plan your schedule around attendance. For more detailed information regarding each of our courses, please go to our Psych CME webpage at mayo.edu/cme/psych for more details.
Mark A. Frye, M.D. Professor and Chair Department of Psychiatry & Psychology Director, Mayo Clinic Depression Center
Effective Clinical Management of Borderline Personality Disorder
August 8, 2014
Graves | 601 Hotel
This one-day course will teach psychiatrists and other clinicians the basics of what they need to know to become capable and comfortable in treating patients with borderline personality disorder (BPD). The content will expand upon, revise and update the APA Guidelines for Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder. The course will be led by Dr. John Gunderson from Harvard Medical School, Dr. Brian Palmer from Mayo Clinic, and Dr. Charles Schulz from University of Minnesota. The course will emphasize practical, here-and-now approaches to skillfully treat patients with BPD. The course will start with a focus on core interpersonal hypersensitivity as a unifying feature of the disorder. The BPD course will help participants develop skills in diagnosing (and understanding course and outcome), starting treatment, managing suicide risk and self-harm behavior, applying principles of psychopharmacology, and effectively collaborating in multi-provider treatments. Basic information about the impact of BPD on other psychiatric disorders (and vice-versa) will help participants more effectively formulate care and treatment of patients with BPD and other disorders. The course will be held at the Graves 601 Hotel in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Friday, August 8, 2014. The Graves 601 Hotel is located at the confluence of the business, theatre and entertainment districts, in the heart of downtown Minneapolis. The Graves 601 is nationally known for the impeccable quality of their guest service, dining and accommodations. Mayo Clinic College of Medicine designates this education activity for a maximum of 6.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.
Twin Cities, MN
Translational Bridges in Mood and Addiction: Bench to Bedside and Back to Bench September 4-6, 2014 DoubleTree Hotel Rochester, Minnesota The inaugural Translational Bridges in Mood and Addiction: Bench to Bedside and Back to Bench course will provide a wide-ranging overview of basic, translational and clinical research in mood and addiction. In clinical practice, mood and addiction disorders are two of the most prevalent psychiatric conditions with a high rate of illness morbidity and comorbidity. Available treatments, however, often fall short of remission or recovery mainly due to heterogeneous nature of the disease presentation. We can better personalize or individualize treatments through translational research in psychiatry. This course will review hot topics in the field, including systems biology approaches to psychiatry, the integration of preclinical and clinical research, targeted and exploratory biomarker studies, and novel treatment development. The 2014 course will include Mayo Clinic faculty from Rochester, MN and Jacksonville, FL and will be led by Dr. Mark Frye, Dr. Susannah Tye, and Dr. Doo-Sup Choi. Guest faculty will include Dr. Peter Kalivas from MUSC, Dr. Barbara Mason from Scripps Institute, Dr. Robert Post from George Washington University, Dr. Jair Soares from University of Texas, and Dr. Kathryn Cullen from University of Minnesota. Topics to be addressed by the course include preclinical models of depression and mechanisms of antidepressant resistance, neurobiology/neuroimaging of mood disorders (adult and adolescent), translational epidemiology of mood disorders, epigenetic mechanisms in mood disorders, preclinical models of alcoholism, neuroplasticity in addiction as a target for treatment intervention, the phenotype and genotype of alcoholism, pharmacogenomics, emerging drug development, and novel treatments for mood and addictive disorders. This course is targeted to clinicians and scientists, with a particular emphasis on informing the next generation of investigators in mood and addiction psychiatry. Poster sessions held in the evenings will enable participants to share new research and engage with faculty for personalized feedback on optimizing the translational impact of their work. A travel fellowship will be given to one clinician and one neuroscientist based on poster submissions. Mayo Clinic College of Medicine designates this education activity for a maximum of 16.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.
Acute Care Psychiatry Clinical Review September 18-20, 2014
The Venetian and Palazzo Resorts Las Vegas, Nevada
The 2014 Acute Care Psychiatry Clinical Review course is aimed at providing clinically relevant updates for management of psychiatric problems across all care settings. Topics to be covered include mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, child and adolescent psychiatric treatment, psychotherapy techniques and strategies, sleep disorders, and a neurology update. The course, winner of the 2009 Mayo Clinic CME Innovation Award, is enjoyable and fastpaced. All participants surveyed over the past four years have found it to be a positive learning experience. The course will be led by Drs. Mark Frye, Kristin Vickers Douglas and Brian Palmer of Mayo Clinic. The course will utilize brief lectures organized into clinical blocks for the morning sessions. Most lectures will be 20 minutes long with question and answer sessions ranging from 20-30 minutes. Video case examples will engage learners. For 2014, based on participant feedback, we are expanding our breakout and workshop offerings to the entire afternoon with a diverse selection of topics covered including medical marijuana, a motivational interviewing workshop, borderline personality disorder treatment and advanced pharmacologic treatment of mood disorders. For 2014, we anticipate offering specific pharmacology credit hours. Clinicians are encouraged to register early to ensure a spot and take advantage of early registration discounts. The 2014 course includes Mayo Clinic master educators along with internationally recognized guest faculty gifted at articulating and translating evidence into clinical treatment of complex patients. Dr. Michael Gitlin from UCLA, Dr. Rona Hu from Stanford, and Dr. David Rudd from the University of Memphis are all scheduled to participate. Enjoy Las Vegas while receiving a one-of-a-kind CME experience! Mayo Clinic College of Medicine designates this education activity for a maximum of 20.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.
Save the Date
Save the Date October 15-17, 2015 Acute Care Psychiatry Clinical Review InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile Chicago, Illinois
Approaches to Pediatric Depression and Related Disorders October 17, 2014 Minneapolis, Minnesota This new course will focus on presenting an update on developments in the diagnosis, assessment and treatment of pediatric mood disorders and related conditions. Specific areas of focus will include unipolar depression, bipolar disorder, suicidal behavior, bullying, substance abuse and trauma. Course faculty will emphasize an evidence-based approach to management highlighting cutting edge research from structured psychotherapeutic approaches, psychopharmacology, neuroimaging, and emerging therapeutics in children and adolescents. The course will include video vignettes to guide interactive, highly focused didactic sessions. Leading content experts will facilitate challenging case discussions generated by participants or course faculty. Do not miss this unique CME opportunity which will hone your clinical skills in working with challenging child and adolescent populations.
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine designates this education activity for a maximum of 7.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.
Psychiatry in Medical Settings January 22 — 24, 2015 Sheraton Hotel New Orleans, Louisiana The Psychiatry in Medical Settings course returns for its fourth year. The course will focus on psychiatric problems that arise in patients seen in medical-surgical inpatient and outpatient settings. Additionally, the course will address clinical challenges encountered by psychiatrists, psychologists, family physicians, general internists and other clinicians in primary care and medical specialties. The course has been well attended by both mental health and general medical practitioners, providing opportunities for free exchange of ideas from multiple vantage points. The 2015 course will include faculty from Mayo Clinic campuses in Minnesota, Arizona and Florida. The course directors will be Drs. Jeffrey Staab and Robert Bright, experienced clinician-educators and researchers in the field of psychosomatic medicine. The course will provide up to date reviews of depression, anxiety, delirium, dementia, suicide risk, substance use and personality factors in medicalsurgical patients. Updates also will be provided on chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, psychiatric problems in pregnancy and the postpartum period, somatic symptom disorders, functional neurologic disorders, and functional gastrointestinal disorders. Each day will include a featured topic that will be covered in depth by a group of medical and behavioral specialists through wellcoordinated didactic presentations, panel discussions and interactive workshops. For 2015, featured topics will include behavioral challenges in oncology and cardiac disease, and neuromodulation techniques in neurological and psychiatric disorders. In previous years, the course was thoroughly enjoyed by participants, who valued its content and organization. Early registration is encouraged, as space is limited.
Aeschi 8 June 11-13, 2015 Sonnenalp Resort Vail, Colorado After six biennial conferences in the Swiss Alps, the Aeschi group will hold its first North American conference at the world-class Sonnenalp Resort in the Colorado Rockies. Chaired by Dr. J. Michael Bostwick, of Mayo Clinic, the conference will be built around a series of videotapes illustrating key concepts in narratives, assessment and treatment of patients at risk for suicide. National and international experts acting as teachers and discussants will engage in free-wheeling exchanges of ideas with participants whose number will be limited to 120 to preserve the intimate atmosphere that has characterized all Aeschi conferences. In addition to Dr. Bostwick, core faculty will include Dr. David Jobes of Catholic University of America, Dr. Konrad Michel of the University of Bern, and Dr. Brian Palmer of Mayo Clinic, with additional experts to be announced.
August 8, 2014 Effective Clinical Management of Borderline Personality Disorder
Graves | 601 Hotel, Minneapolis, Minnesota September 4 – 6, 2014 Translational Bridges to Mood and Addiction DoubleTree by Hilton, Rochester, Minnesota September 18 – 20, 2014 Acute Care Psychiatry Clinical Review The Venetian and Palazzo Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada October 17, 2014 Approaches to Pediatric Depression and Related Disorders
Calendar of Events
Mall of America® Executive Center, Bloomington, Minnesota January 9, 2015 Effective Clinical Management of Borderline Personality Disorder
Mayo Clinic Education Center, Phoenix, Arizona January 22 – 24, 2015 Psychiatry in Medical Settings Sheraton Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana June 11 – 13, 2015 Aeschi 8: Bearing the Struggle: Helping Clinicians Tolerate Working with Suicidal Patients Sonnenalp Resort, Vail, Colorado October 15 – 17, 2015 Acute Care Psychiatry Clinical Review InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile, Chicago, Illinois
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