PSI FrontLine Provider Webinar Series
- $250.00 - Webinar Course - Full Fee
- $190.00 - Student or Medical Resident
- $225.00 - Webinar - Group Discount (2-5)
- $200.00 - Webinar - Group Discount (6-10)
- $187.50 - Webinar - Group Discount (11-20)
- $175.00 - Webinar - Group Discount (more than 20)
The 2- part CME series is designed to teach providers to screen, assess, treat, or refer perinatal mental health disorders. Purchase the recorded webinar here, and we will send you presentation handouts and link to recording. CMEs available after completion.
PSI members discount: Sign in to your member portal, and receive 20% off the registration fee. Learn more or become a PSI member here: http://www.postpartum.net/join-us/become-a-member-2/
Frontline Providers — Obstetricians/Gynecologists, Family Practice Physicians, Internists, Nurse Practitioners, Midwives, Physician’s Assistants, and Nurses – are the first, and often the only, provider to which new moms turn. Are you ready to respond with effective and well-researched treatment options to help them get better?
Join PSI in a 2-class web CME series designed to teach providers to screen, assess, treat, or refer perinatal mental health disorders. Available live or recorded. Presented by perinatal psychiatry experts Catherine Birndorf, MD and Chris Raines, RN MSN APRN-BC.
The PSI Frontline Provider Training is available as either a one-day onsite training or as a 4.5 hour recorded webinar series. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about planning an onsite training in your community or clinic.
Webinars: All classes are recorded and available for viewing through the year, with CEs/CMEs included. Group discounts available.
The PSI Frontline Provider training covers the following topics:
- Recognizing the different presentations of Perinatal Mental Health Disorders
- Screening Tools for perinatal mood and anxiety disorders
- How to make an accurate diagnosis
- Psychopharmacological treatments including during Pregnancy and Lactation
- Evidence based non pharmacological treatments
- Case Studies
The training, provided by PSI’s experts Chris Raines RN MSN APRN-BC and Catherine Birndorf MD, is designed to equip frontline providers with the skills necessary to assess patients for perinatal mental health complications and, as appropriate, provide treatment or connect individuals with additional resources and care. Providers completing the training will receive CMEs, CNEs or CEs. The webinar course includes a post-test after each class, that must be passed by 80% minimum before taking the next class.
Continuing Education Credits: 4.5 Contact Hours
Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.