VMAP Education for PCPs

 VMAP QI Project
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Healthy Minds, Healthy Children 
Social and Emotional Health Screening Project 2021
 
This QI project is designed to improve provider screening for social and emotional drivers of health in children under the age of 5.  Through collaboration, pediatric providers will work together to improve screening, management and referral processes. Screening will be done using a family centered and strength based approach.  This project is particularly timely given the effects we are seeing on young children from the coronavirus -19 pandemic.

What is the project?

1.  Establishing social determinants of health screening in children 0-5 years for at least one visit using the SEEK screening tool.

2.  Establishing social emotional screening in children 0-5 years for at least one visit (tools include ASQ-SE2, Pediatric Symptom Checklist, Strengths and Difficulties and ECSA).

 

Who is eligible?

Pediatricians, Family practitioners, Nurse Practitioners/Physician Assistants who work with children under age 5.

What do I need to do?

  • Participate in monthly, lunch time one-hour remote learning collaborative calls from June-December 2021 starting with a kickoff call on June 16 - 12:30 pm-1:30 pm.

  • These webinars will have expert speakers that will help teach providers about SDOH/SE screening

  • Upload data once a month regarding screening for children seen for well visits – starting with baseline in June, then July, August, September, October and November. We will train practices on how to do this

  • Participate in brief surveys before and at end of project.

 

How many points can I earn?

CME Category 1 – 3 points

MOC Part 4 – 25 point

 

How do I sign up?

By May 18th, please email Jane Chappell, VA-AAP Grant Manager, at jchappell@ramdocs.org.

The REACH Institute 
Patient-Centered Mental Health for Pediatric Primary Care Mini Fellowship
 
A dynamic three-day, 16-hour interactive course focused on building skills and confidence in diagnosing and treating pediatric behavioral health problems. The intensive session is followed by a six month, case based distance-learning program. 
 
Participants join 12 bi-monthly, 1 hour group conference calls with national primary care and child/adolescent psychiatry experts to learn how to manage cases in daily practice. Due to COVID, these programs are now ALL VIRTUAL – so no need to travel for the three-day intensive!
 
Download the flyer below for upcoming dates!
For upcoming REACH trainings and to register, visit http://www.virginiapediatrics.org/vmap/reach/.
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Project ECHO

 

Cohort participants join 60 minute didactic and case discussion sessions once per month. Led by expert interdisciplinary faculty, participants build knowledge on topics such as: depression, suicidality, anxiety, and preschooler ADHD.

 

There is no charge to participate; CME and MOC credits are available for a $50 fee.

Download the Project ECHO flyer below!

 

To learn more or to register*, visit http://www.virginiapediatrics.org/vmap/echo/.

*Our upcoming ECHO programs are at-capacity for early 2021, but more learning opportunities are on the way!
 

Download the Flyer:
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