Friday, September 25, 2020
7:00 – 9:00 pm Executive Committee Meeting
Saturday, September 26, 2020
9:00 – 10:00 am A New Frontier in Critical Care: Saving the Injured Brain
We will unpack the real life implementation of bedside patient management concepts derived from over 40 NEJM, JAMA, and LANCET papers that went into the ABCDEF Bundle that has now been shown to save lives, reduce length of stay, reduce bounce backs, and ICUs globally revamp their service to the world’s sickest patients.
1. To teach the robust evidence that delirium is a risk factor of excess mortality, length of stay, cost of care and dementia following critical illness.
2. To discuss acquired dementia following ICU care as a global public health problem that dismantles our patients’ lives as part of PICS (post-intensive care syndrome).
3. To reinforce new data-driven mechanisms embodied in the ABCDEF Bundle by which to improve patient-centered outcomes (survival, length of stay, successful discharge home) as employed within the ICU Liberation Collaborative in over 15,000 patients.
4. To learn strengths and pitfalls of ABCDEF implementation in order to change culture and care successfully so that ICU teams can better serve patients.
Speaker: E. Wesley Ely, MD, MPH, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee
10:00 – 11:00 am Will Civil Unrest Increase Health Equity in Psychiatry?
The presentation will examine structural competence, including how structural racism in U.S. medicine affects psychiatrists, patient care and organized psychiatry. The history of discrimination in psychiatry will be examined along with the present state of affairs, including civil unrest in the U.S. and in psychiatry. Efforts to address health disparities, including the APA’s response to structural racism will be presented along with recommendations for increasing health equity in psychiatry.
1. Participants will appreciate how structural competence in medicine can improve the quality of healthcare delivery in underserved communities.
2. Participants will understand how structural racism can adversely affect patients and healthcare professionals of color.
3. Participants will be able to identify ways that they can increase health equity in psychiatry.
Speaker: Cheryl D. Wills, MD, DFAPA, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Case Western Reserve University, Chairperson, APA’s Presidential Task Force
11:00 – 12 noon Telepsychiatry in the Time of COVID
This will be a practical description of how to deliver telepsychiatry services to patients in their homes or other community settings.
1. Understand how to deliver telepsychiatry consultations safely and appropriately
2. Be aware of the clinical skills required for telepsychiatry
3. Understand the range of technologies and models of care available for telepsychiatry
Speaker: Peter Yellowlees, MBBS, MD, Chief Wellness Officer, UCD Health, Alan Stoudemire Endowed Professor of Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, UC Davis
Noon – 12:30 pm Break for Lunch
12:30 – 2:30 pm Racism and COVID-19: A Race Equity Framework for a Community in Crisis
(Live Streamed Video)
We will examine the COVID-19 racial disparities through the lens of structural racism and detail the numerous contributions to unique vulnerabilities to transmission, psychological trauma and death among Black, Indigenous and Person of Color communities. We will then explore the utility of approaching the COVID-19 racial disparities, focusing on mental health care, with a reliance on the foregrounding of racism as a public health crisis. We will also discuss the importance of a race equity framework to shape interventions in the psychiatric community.
1. To list the three part definition of racism including internalized, interpersonal and institutional racism
2. To discuss the psychiatric community’s role in addressing the public health crisis of racism as it relates to Black, Indigenous and Persons of Color patients accessing the mental health care system and reimagining the professional community that serves them
3. To apply a race equity framework that can shape interventions to reduce racial mental health inequities as we adopt new care models
Speaker: Jessica E. Isom, MD, MPH, Codman Square Health Center, Dorchester MA
2:30 – 3:30 pm Doctor Burnout: Navigating Moral Injury in Healthcare
(Live Streamed Video)
Redefining and reframing the concept of physician burnout as not just an internal individual struggle but as a symptom of a deeper moral injury due to the many double binds of the American healthcare system.
1. To reframe the concepts of burnout and self care as applicable to physicians.
2. To introduce the concept of moral injury as a more accurate and more productive definition of the (Continued on page 3)
physician emotional experience.
3. To discuss practical solutions to moral injury at the personal, institutional, and legislative level.
Speaker: Mona Masood, DO, Physician Support Line
Accreditation Statement: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of the American Psychiatric Association (APA) and Missouri Psychiatric Physicians Association (MPPA). The APA is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Designation Statement: The APA designates this virtual activity for a maximum of 6.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Accreditation Statement for CEU Credit: Non-physician attendees who seek Continuing Education Units (CEUs) should consult the appropriate Rules & Regulations/Statutes and/or professional registration board governing their profession in the state in which they practice and hold license.
Completing the Evaluation, Claiming Credit, and Receiving a Certificate: At the conclusion of the conference through December 2020, physician participants will be provided with an opportunity to evaluate the conference and receive a CME credit certificate by completing an online evaluation accessed through the American Psychiatric Association Learning Center at education.psychiatry.org. Non-physician participants will have the opportunity to receive a certificate of attendance.
VIRTUAL ATTENDEE INFORMATION
Virtual attendees will be sent a confirmation email within a week before the conference. The seminar will start at 9:00 am, be sure to check the program agenda for ending times, lunch break, etc. For security reasons you will need to have a Zoom account before you can register in the Zoom webinar interface. Links for the conference will be sent to you ahead of time. Handouts for the conference will also be sent ahead of time to the email provided on the registration page. All sessions, with exception of the last, will be pre-recorded sessions. The last session will be live streamed with a Q&A section at the end. Please note that you cannot get credit for the webinar if you log in with a listen only phone. Use the links sent to ensure you receive a video link and an audio link. However any links to the webinar using internet on your smart phone, tablet or computer will be logged and tabulated and used to generate the number of CEU’s that will appear on your certificate. Be sure that you have a minimum download speed in the 7-10 Mbps range. MPPA is not responsible for your inability to connect and attend if your device or Internet connection are inadequate. If you have issues with Zoom during the webinar, enter your questions in the Q&A resource as well. We will do our best to fix things and/or respond to you. But our help will be limited