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ECHO Series: Kansas Connecting Communities

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2020 TeleECHO Series


Dates: April 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th. All sessions Noon- 1 pm


We're looking forward to the upcoming TeleECHO series Kansas Connecting Communities (KCC2020) and hope you can join us on April 8th for the first session. This TeleECHO series focuses on the social impacts of perinatal behavioral health (mental health & substance use) disorders and effective interventions to support the health and well-being of perinatal women and their families.


Series Learning Objectives include:
• Participants will learn how perinatal behavioral health conditions can impact not only the person expiring symptoms or a disorder but also has an impact on the family unit.
• Participants will be able to identify a variety of referral and support options for perinatal clients expiring mental health and substance use disorders


Past Series Content

2019 TeleECHO Series

  • Screening for Behavioral Health and Substance Use for women who are pregnant or may become pregnant
  • Brief Interventions motivate patient's toward making a change
  • Referral to Treatment/Warm Handoff refer patients to treatment
  • Implementation Strategies overcome barriers in a medical setting
KCC Promo - Christina and Melissa

Christina Boyd, LSCSW, LCAC and Melissa Hoffman, DNP, APRN

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Kansas Connecting Communities ECHO Session 1

Christina Boyd, LSCSW, LCAC and Melissa Hoffman, DNP, APRN

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Kansas Connecting Communities ECHO Session 2

Christina Boyd, LSCSW, LCAC and Melissa Hoffman, DNP, APRN

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Kansas Connecting Communities ECHO Session 3

Christina Boyd, LSCSW, LCAC and Melissa Hoffman, DNP, APRN

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Kansas Connecting Communities ECHO Session 4

Christina Boyd, LSCSW, LCAC and Melissa Hoffman, DNP, APRN

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Last modified: Mar 10, 2020
Questions

Jan Lyon
Senior Coordinator, Project ECHO
913-588-5230
jlyon@kumc.edu

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