Improving The Recognition & Treatment Of Major Depressive Disorder In The Primary Care Setting

Live Program | April 25, 2017 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm MST

Description

CPNP 2017 PsychU Presentation: "Improving The Recognition & Treatment Of Major Depressive Disorder In The Primary Care Setting"
Date & Time: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 from 12:00pm - 2:00pmMST

Description: Given that nearly 60% of patients treated for depression in the United States receive treatment in the primary care setting, it is of the utmost importance for clinicians to understand how to adequately recognize and treat the symptoms of depression. This program will discuss the under-diagnosis of major depressive disorder, the barriers to patients receiving appropriate treatment in the primary care setting, and the potential consequences of inadequate treatment. Strategies to improve recognition and overcome barriers to treatment will be reviewed.

***In order to attend this event, individuals must be registered for the CPNP 2017 Annual Meeting. ***

CPNP Annual Meeting Dates: April 23 - 26, 2017
Location: Phoenix Convention Center - 100 North 3rd Street, Phoenix, Arizona, 85004

About The Conference: CPNP 2017 is devoted to advancing the practice of psychiatric and neurologic pharmacists in the context of a rapidly changing healthcare environment. This conference on psychopharmacology provides: cutting-edge educational programming; opportunities for active participation; and idea exchange through community meetings, forums, poster sessions, networking opportunities, and member-driven content.

For more information on CPNP 2017, please visit https://cpnp.org/ed/meeting/2017

To register for the conference, please visit https://cpnp.org/ed/meeting/2017/registration.

Event Speakers

Glen Stimmel, PharmD
Featured Speaker

Dr. Stimmel is Professor of Clinical Pharmacy, Psychiatry, and the Behavioral Sciences at the University of Southern California School of Pharmacy and Keck School of Medicine in Los Angeles, California. He also is the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at the School of Pharmacy, and served as Interim Dean in 2015-2016. Dr. Stimmel received a PharmD from the University of California San Francisco, and completed a one-year residency at Langley Porter Neuropsychiatric Institute in San Francisco.

He is a founding member and Past President of the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists. He is also a founding member, elected fellow, and Past President of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, and an original member and past Chair of the Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties’ Specialty Council on Psychiatric Pharmacy Practice. Dr. Stimmel has served on the Board of Directors of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, and as Vice-chair of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacist’s (ASHP) Commission on Therapeutics. He is an elected member of the World Association for Sexual Health, member of the Sexual Medicine Society of North America, and member of the International Society for Sexual Medicine.

Dr. Stimmel has authored over 230 articles and textbook chapters in the areas of clinical psychopharmacology, expanded scope of practice for pharmacists, sexual medicine, and pharmaco-economics of psychotropic drugs. He pioneered efforts in developing psychiatric pharmacy practice, education and residency programs, as well as investigating and securing prescriptive authority for pharmacists in California. He received the ACCP Clinical Practice Award in 1991, the first Judith Saklad Memorial Lecture Award from CPNP in 1998, and the Career Achievement Award from the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists Foundation in 2016.

For 25 years Dr. Stimmel provided direct patient care in an adult psychiatric hospital and psychiatric clinics, and for 15 years has maintained an active clinical practice at both the LAC/USC Geriatrics Primary Care Clinic and the Rheumatology Clinic, focusing on depression management. He teaches clinical psychopharmacology, sexual medicine, and patient medication counseling.

Dri Wang, PharmD, BCPP
Co-Moderator

Dr. Wang is a CNS medical science liaison with Otsuka Pharmaceutical Commercialization and Development, Inc. Prior to joining the industry, Dr Wang was the lead clinical psychiatric pharmacist for Alameda County Behavioral Health. She led the County-wide efforts in medication quality improvements and advocated shared decision making in the care of behavioral health patients. Her previous work also included outpatient psychiatric care of patients within a safety net clinic setting.  She served as adjunct faculty for both USC and UCSF School of Pharmacy.

Dr. Wang graduated from USC School or Pharmacy with residency specializing in acute care and psychiatric pharmacy. She is board certified in psychiatric pharmacy.

Location

Name: Phoenix Convention Center
Street: 100 N 3rd Street
City/State: Phoenix, AZ

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Phoenix Convention Center

100 N 3rd Street
Phoenix AZ, 85004
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