Continuing Education

Archives for: September 18th, 2020

Uncovering and Resolving Social Conflicts Contributing to Chronic Pain: Emotional Awareness and Expression Therapy

Written by Terry Bardagjy on September 18, 2020

Clinical Vignette Patrick1 is a single, 45-year-old male who presents with widespread chronic pain that has become intolerable. His GP cannot find any physical reason for the current exacerbation of his pain and consequent disability—and made the referral for an assessment. His pain started in his 20s when he experienced a number of sports injuries […]

Behavioral Interventions for Youth With Diabetes

Written by Terry Bardagjy on September 11, 2020

Clinical Vignette Kayla, a 13-year-old girl with type 1 diabetes (T1D), was referred for outpatient psychological services because of concerns about depressed mood and lack of engagement in diabetes self-care. In your interview with her, she stated that she “doesn’t care” about her health, and expressed frustration and anger about her parent’s “nagging” about diabetes. […]

Conducting a Developmental Assessment in Young Children

Written by Terry Bardagjy on September 9, 2020

Clinical Vignette Jenny is a 2-year, 1-month-old toddler whose parents report continuing concerns about her development. Her pediatrician has responded with a request for a detailed developmental assessment. Language is a major area of worry, although motor skills are delayed, and Jenny is described as “clumsy.” Jenny was born at 25 weeks gestational age. She […]

Chronic Pain: Pharmacological and Psychological Management

Written by Terry Bardagjy on October 13, 2016

Dr. Hoover discusses various presentations of acute and chronic pain in the integrated care environment and presents assessment and management techniques using pharmacological and non-pharmacological approaches.

General Stress: Assessment and Management

Written by Terry Bardagjy on October 13, 2016

Dr. Reiter covers various manifestations of stress in the integrated care environment and presents treatment options appropriate for the brief primary care consult.

Cognitive Impairment: Screening and Strategies

Written by Terry Bardagjy on October 13, 2016

Dr. Reiter discusses the problem of cognitive impairment in primary care, reviews the USPSTF guidelines regarding screening for cognitive impairment, and suggests strategies for intervening with cognitive impairment.

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