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Clinical Challenges in Inpatient Psychiatry: A Virtual CME Symposium


The Department of Psychiatry is hosting a half-day symposium on March 17 entitled Clinical Challenges in Inpatient Psychiatry. Join us to learn how to improve outcomes for highly complex patients in an inpatient setting, from leading experts nationwide including our own Antonia New, MD, moderated by Rajvee Vora, MD, Jan Schuetz-Mueller, MD, and Blake Rosenthal, MD. This activity is approved for 4 CME credits, and is free for trainees and Mount Sinai faculty and employees. Lessons can be applied directly in patient care to facilitate quicker recovery and reduced incidences of violence and suicide. Topics include intellectual and developmental disabilities, personality disorders, suicide, violence, and psychopharmacological challenges. We hope to see you there.

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Learning objectives:

1. Participants will be able to identify and evaluate high-risk, high-complexity patients with greater proficiency.
2. Participants will be able to formulate a treatment plan for these high-risk patients with more evidence-based knowledge.
3. Participants will be able to translate into practice the strategies discussed in the symposium.
4. Participants will be able to improve patient and staff safety outcomes.