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Behavioral Health 4

$39.99 per year



Welcome to Behavioral Health 4

In this course you will learn about some of the most common cases that present to your clinic on a daily basis from a Behavioral health standpoint.  Dr. Grover-Wenk, a board-certified Family Medicine Physicians will teach you this through real life case scenarios that present to the clinic on a daily basis.  By the end of this course, you will be confident tackling these abnormalities with much more ease.  Because of the multiple topics in this section, Behavioral Health outpatient has been divided into three 4 section.  For complete knowledge in this section, reviewing all sections is recommended

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Duration: 2.07 hours, 2 hours and 7 minutes

  1. Grief Management and Adjustment Disorder

a.  Grief defined

b.  4 types of grief

i.  Normative grief

a.  Acute

b.  Integrated

i.  Prolonged grief

i.  PTSD

c.  Normative grief

i.  Stages 1 and 2

ii.  Concepts in normative grief

iii.  Treatment of normative grief

d.  Prolonged grief (persistent complex bereavement disorder)

i.  DSM5 Criteria

ii.  Risk factors

iii.  Treatment

e.  PTSD

i.  Criterion for diagnosis

ii.  Prolonged grief vs. PTSD

iii.  Treatment

a.  Psychotherapy

b.  Pharmacological

a.  SSRI

b.  SNRI

c.  Augmenting medications

d.  Mood stabilizers

  1. Sleep Disorders

a.  DSM5 criteria for sleep disorders

b.  DSM5 criteria for sleep wake disorders

i.  Problems falling asleep

ii.  Behavior and movement disturbances during sleep

iii.  Excessive daytime sleepiness

c.  Stages of sleep

i.  Non-REM

ii.  REM

d.  How to take a good history

e.  Diagnosing sleep disorders

i.  Epworth sleepiness scale

ii.  Physical exam

f.  Differential diagnoses

g.  Tests to order

h.  When to use a polysomnogram

i.  Breathing related disorders

i.  OSA

a.  Severity

b.  Risk factors

c.  Treatment

a.  Behavioral

b.  CPAP

c.  Oral appliances

d.  Oral surgery

b.  Primary central sleep apnea

a.  Treatment

b.  CPAP

c.  O2

d.  Respiratory stimulants

c.  Primary alveolar hypoventilation

b.  Narcolepsy

i.  Diagnosis

ii.  Using the multiple sleep latency test

iii.  Treatment

a.  Stimulant medication

b.  Sleep hygiene

c.  Insomnia

i.  Diagnosis

ii.  Non-pharmacological treatment

a.  CBT

b.  Sleep hygiene

c.  Stimulus control

i.  Pharmacological

d.  Benzodiazepines

e.  Melatonin receptor agonist

f.  TCAs

g.  Orexin receptor agonist

d.  Sleep wake disorders

i.  Hypersomnolence

a.  Diagnosis

b.  Treatment

i.  Circadian Rhythm

c.  Pathophysiology

d.  Changes in teen years

e.  Circadian rhythm disorder

a.  Shift work type

i.  REM sleep disorder

f.  Diagnosis

g.  Treatment

e.  Non-REM sleep arousal disorder

i.  Sleepwalking in kids

a.  Characteristics

b.  Treatment

i.  Sleep terrors

c.  Characteristics

d.  Treatment

f.  Restless Leg Syndrome

i.  Diagnosis

ii.  Treatment

a.  Behavioral

b.  Pharmacological

g.  SORT recommendations for sleep disorders

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