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Mental Health Issues Affecting Women Across the Life Cycle: Internal and External Factors

CME : 1
Start Date :  Apr 01 - 2018 End Date :  Apr 01 - 2021

Organized by :   Baptist Health South Florida

Specialities :   Mental Health and Law

Conference Summary

Mental Health Issues Affecting Women Across the Life Cycle: Internal and External Factors is organized by Baptist Health South Florida and will be held from Apr 01, 2018 - Apr 01, 2021.

The target audience for this medical event is All healthcare providers with an interest in improving women’s healthcare, including obstetricians, gynecologists, primary care physicians, pediatricians, geriatricians, psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses, nurse practitioners, advanced practice providers, radiologic technologists, residents and medical school students, as well as other female professionals interested in education to advance women’s healthcare. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.

Course Description :
The state of the science considers the impact of both social and biological factors on the mental health of our nation's women and girls. The role of violence and discrimination in the genesis of mental health problems in women requires special consideration. Evaluation of mental health problems in women must consider the full context of their lives, as distress in women often has social origins. Biological, life cycle, hormonal and other factors unique to females may be linked to a higher incidence of depression, anxiety and psychological distress. Appropriate, non-stigmatizing and continuing care, which includes supportive and rehabilitative mental health services across the life span are essential to enable women to achieve their optimal level of functioning and well-being.

Learning Objectives :
• Distinguish the role that mental health plays in the overall health of women throughout their life cycle.
• Recognize the mental health consequences of domestic violence, sexual abuse, challenging life events and acute and chronic stress in women.
• Evaluate mental health problems in women considering the full context of their lives, recognizing social and biological origins.
• Provide well-informed mental healthcare or referral to care in a timely fashion, in a non-stigmatizing setting.

Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.

Topic
✔Domestic Violence
  Domestic Violence
Credit Info

  • CME : 1
Speaker (s)
1 Speakers
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