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Depression in Parents, Parenting, and Children: Opportunities to Improve Identification, Treatment, and Prevention
Moderator: Mary Jane England, MD, Committee Chair
SESSION I: Integration of Mental Health, Parenting, and ChildDevelopment Services in Medical and Other Care Settings
Elizabeth Howell, MD, Committee Member
Objective: Explore the identification, screening, treatment, or referral for depression in parents in a variety of medical and other settings (OB/GYN, pediatrics, family practice, community mental health, community health centers) that serve women, children, and families; the interface or integration of mental health services for depression in primary care through county-government service structure; and capacity building to facilitate better access to quality services in these settings.
Applying Tools, Teamwork, and Tenacity to Address Parental Depression
Allen Dietrich, MD, Dartmouth Medical School
The UIC Perinatal Mental Health Project
Laura Miller, MD, University of Illinois at Chicago
Clinical Family Health Services: Depression, Parenting, and ChildDevelopment
Amy Russell, MD, Clinica Campesina, Colorado
Integrating Parenting and Child Development in Primary Care: HealthySteps for Young Children
Cynthia Minkovitz, MD, MPP, Johns Hopkins University
Challenges and Opportunities of Community Behavioral/Mental HealthSystem in California
Nancy Pena (William Arroyo, MD, substituting, Los Angeles County, Department of Mental Health)
Discussion of Session I
Patrick Finely, PharmD, BCPP, Committee Member
SESSION II: Unmet Needs and Challenges in Addressing Depression inParents
Sergio Aguilar-Gaxiola, MD, PhD, Committee Member
Objective: Explore issues which create unique challenges to providing