2019 Mental Health Symposium - Session II

Physicians

Contact Hours: 0.4

ACPE No: 0014-0000-19-008-L01-MD

Activity Type: Knowledge Based

Release Date: February 05, 2019
Expiration Date: March 22, 2019

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this activity the participant should be able to:
1. Describe the risks to mother and fetus with untreated (or undertreated) psychiatric disorders.
2. Recognize psychotropic agents with greatest risk used during pregnancy and lactation.
3. Recall the most preferred psychotropic agents for use in pregnancy and lactation.
4. Create a therapeutic treatment plan to manage a psychiatric condition for a pregnant or lactating patient when given a patient case.
5. Compare the incidence of non-adherence to psychiatric medications between pregnant and non-pregnant patients.
6. Identify and analyze patient specific factors that contribute to poor adherence of psychiatric medications.
7. Develop and implement patient specific strategies to facilitate psychiatric medication use during pregnancy.

Faculty:

Janet Hunter, PharmD, MD
Telemedicine, US Army

James DeGroot, PhD
Georgia Department of Corrections

Alonso Romero, PhD
Georgia Department of Corrections

Christine Klein, PharmD
Mercer College of Pharmacy

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