The mission of the IHS TeleBehavioral Health Center of Excellence (TBHCE) tele-education program is to equip, connect, and encourage healthcare providers working in the IHS, Tribal, and Urban Indian Health system and those serving American Indian/Alaska Native people and communities. More specifically, TBHCE aims to:
- Equip healthcare providers with the culturally sensitive education and training they need to provide excellent patient care,
- Connect healthcare providers by providing a space to learn from one another, and share best practices and solutions to challenges, and;
- Encourage healthcare providers by celebrating and sharing successes.
A webinar entitled, “Improving Clinical Skills Webinar Series: Serious Mental Illness (SMI) and Injectable Antipsychotics” is shared as a resource for clinicians. In this recording/slide deck, objectives include:
- Appraise evidence-based utilization of injectable antipsychotics for the treatment of SMI
- Evaluate and recommend strategies for the incorporation of injectable antipsychotics into the treatment of SMI
- Apply strategies to engage individuals with SMI around the use of injectable antipsychotics
Additionally, cultural concerns for certain racial/ethnic groups, as well as considerations for use within the criminal justice system, are addressed.
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This resource was selected by SMI Adviser content partners and approved by the SMI Adviser clinical expert team for inclusion in the knowledge base.
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