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Resources for Providers
Read blog posts written by our Big Lots Behavioral Health Services experts.
The Community Behavioral Health Resource Directory helps connect providers with behavioral and mental health resources. The directory helps you locate nearby providers with services that address your patients’ needs.
ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a collaborative medical education and care management model that empowers clinicians everywhere to provide better care to more people: right where they live.
The Ohio Preschool Expulsion Prevention Partnership's goal is to reduce preschool expulsions by providing on-site consultation to licensed early learning programs.
Ohio community-based primary care providers can receive provider-to-provider consultation with our psychiatrists through virtual appointments.
The Behavioral Health Webinar Series equips pediatricians with the knowledge and resources to support your patients.
We offer a variety of training programs for behavioral and mental health professionals. Learn more about our training opportunities.
This information is intended for use by providers to select cost-effective medications for their patients and includes only medications which are covered by one or more plans.
This document was developed by Nationwide Children’s Hospital in conjunction with Partners For Kids. It is designed to help primary care practitioners and behavioral health providers provide timely and effective treatment for children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
This document was developed by Nationwide Children’s Hospital in conjunction with Partners For Kids. It is designed to help primary care practitioners provide timely and effective treatment for children with mental health disorders.
The Center for Suicide Prevention and Research (CSPR) at Nationwide Children's Hospital was created to address the growing problem of suicide among youth in central Ohio.
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PediaCast CME Podcasts
This week we shed light on toxic stress and resiliency. Discover how adverse events of childhood impact development, learning and adult health. We explore causes and effects of toxic stress and consider best practices for identification, treatment and prevention. We also discuss the promotion of resilience within medical homes, schools and communities.
Dr. David Axelson joins Dr Mike in the PediaCast Studio for part two of our series on the diagnosis and management of psychiatric disorders in the primary care setting. This week’s topics include childhood depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders (including generalized anxiety, panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorder, separation anxiety, social anxiety), psychosis and schizophrenia.
Dr Kristina Jiner joins Dr Mike in the PediaCast Studio to talk about successful integration of mental health services in primary care pediatrics. We also cover the latest treatment guidelines for ADHD and the diagnosis and management of oppositional defiant disorder and aggression.
This week we consider childhood physical abuse. We’ll explore the scope of the problem (as many as 95% of cases go unreported!), risk factors for families, “red flags” in the history and physical exam, medical work-up when abuse is suspected, effective reporting to child protection agencies and supporting kids and families through the process.
Dr Ujjwal Ramtekkar visits the studio as we consider providing behavioral health services in the medical home. We discuss the office-based management of anxiety, depression, self injury and suicidal ideation… and we explore referral and tele-medicine options available for families in need of additional expertise.
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