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7th ANNUAL
PRIMARY CARE & BEHAVIORAL HEALTH INTEGRATION SUMMIT

DECEMBER 8, 2016

9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
8:00 a.m. | Check-In / Breakfast

JACOBS CENTER IN SAN DIEGO, CA

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED


SCHEDULE OF THE DAY

CMEs/CEUs

SPEAKER BIOS

HANDOUTS

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                    MORNING PLENARY                 

Welcome and Logistics of the Day
Marty Adelman, MA, CPRP, Health Center Partners

Brief Self-Care Activity
Susan Writer, PhD, Aurora Behavioral Health

Person Wellness Pilot
Michael S. Krelstein, MD, Clinical Director, County of San Diego, HHSA BHS

Keynote
“Beyond The Cliff –How to Care For Self While Caring For Others”
Laura van Dernoot Lipsky, MSW, Founder Trauma Stewardship Institute


                   MORNING BREAKOUTS                

QPR – What is it? How to implement it?
Leon Altamirano, PhD, Director of Integrated Behavioral Health, NCHS, Yeni Palomino, Program Director, and Lora Cayanan, Program Coordinator, for Community Health Improvement Partners present on the SD County Suicide Prevention Council and the QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) suicide prevention model. The presenters will discuss their experience implementing QPR in a Primary Care Settings to reduce the risk of suicide, facilitate BH Integration and promote Trauma Informed Care.

Treating Addiction Through Technology 
New technology is constantly being developed which brings patients and clients closer to their providers. Dr’s Sanjeev Bhavnani, and Tammy Lin of Scripps Clinic and Research Institute will discuss the latest and greatest apps and on-line tools for treatment of substance use disorders, common psychiatric conditions and other chronic conditions that improve patient engagement.

Medication Assisted Treatment – 101
Medication Assisted Treatment is the single best approach we have to dealing with the opioid crisis. Using real life examples from his own family and addiction medicine practice, Dr. Ken Saffier, will explain what MAT is, how it’s done and why it’s so effective. He will also highlight how promoting MAT can help de-stigmatize addictive disease for patients, families, communities as well as health care professionals.


AFTERNOON BREAKOUTS              

Medication Assisted Treatment – 201
Ako Jacintho, MD, who is double-boarded  in Addiction Medicine and Family Medicine and current director of Addiction Medicine at HealthRIGHT 360, talks about how to implement MAT including patient selection, and options for staffing models, as well as various approaches to induction, and when which approach might be the most appropriate.

Implementing the CSSRS in Your Program or Organization 
Christiana Paul and a team from Sharp Mesa Vista Hospital discuss how they implemented the Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale and made it a seamless part of the treatment process within their program.

Responding to someone who is homicidal – A Panel Presentation
Brian Miller, MD, Clinical Director, Sharp Grossmont Hospital
Mark Marvin, PhD, Director, PERT
Trish Riley, JD, Director of Legal Affairs, CRF

  • Is there a clear threat of harm?
  • Is the threat serious and actual?
  • Are there reasonably identifiable victims?
  • Is the threat imminent?
  • Is the victim a public official?
  • What needs to be done to fulfill the duty to protect?

LARGE GROUP PRESENTATION

Music as Self-Care
Music has many roles in our lives. It can be both entertaining or therapeutic. Bill Protzmann explores the powerful healing effects that music can as self-care.


AFTERNOON PLENARY             

Keynote
Stress, Avoid Burnout & Create Meaning & Purpose Through Self-Care
Susan Writer, PhD, Aurora Behavioral Health


2016 Planning Committee 

Marty Adelman, MA, CPRP, Health Center Partners
Leon Altamirano, PsyD, North County Health Services
Lauren Chin, MPH, County of San Diego, BHS, HHSA
Nora Cole, MEd, Family Health Centers of San Diego
Nicole Howard, MPH, Health Center Partners
Shannon Jackson, LPCC, Vista Hill
Julie A. Minardi, MEd, Health Center Partners
Megan Partch, MA, Father Joe’s Village, DVDP
Jenica Robles, MPH, Health Center Partners
Gabe Rodarte, MD, Neighborhood Healthcare
James “Diego” Rogers, PhD, Community Research Foundation
Jim Schultz, MD, Neighborhood Healthcare
Sue Skube, NAMI
Deborah Skvarna, LMFT, Vista Hill SmartCare


Questions? Please contact Marty Adelman