This course will provide a series of multiple-choice questions based upon common cases seen in primary health care clinics caring for highly traumatized patients from culturally diverse communities. The cases will feature multi-media content to engage the participant. Faculty for the course will be primarily drawn from the Harvard Medical School associated hospitals.
Primary care physicians, as well as psychiatric practitioners including psychiatrists, nurses, and social workers, are the target audience for this course. This includes health care practitioners in America, as well as other parts of the world exposed to extreme violence. The participants will have an opportunity to learn the diagnosis and treatment of the mental health sequelae of terrorism and other forms of extreme violence in culturally diverse populations. The course participants will also be able to advance their skills in the mental health care of all general medical patients who have had violent life experiences and are suffering from common mental health disorders such as depression and posttraumatic stress disorder
Conference Fee Details
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