Professional Educational Opportunities & Conferences
Essentials of Primary Care Psychiatry 2018 Conference
Jan. 26 - 27
Sponsored by the
California Psychiatric Association
• Practical “primary care psychiatry” clinical pointers for primary care providers and mental health providers
• Important DSM-5 diagnostic updates
• Topics include: Mood/anxiety
disorders, substance misuse, personality disorders, collaborative care, pain psychiatric management and how to do a primary care psychiatric interview
• Hear from speakers who are national experts in the practice of psychiatry in the non-psychiatric setting
• Small group discussion and personalized learning with faculty who practice in both primary care and psychiatric settings
• Certificate of Completion for each attendee. More information will be forthcoming.
The Flamingo Hotel has reserved a number of rooms for the
California Psychiatric Association’s, “Essentials of Primary Care Psychiatry Conference” January 26-27, 2018
HOTEL RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE BEFORE
Friday, December 26, 2017
After these rooms are filled, reservations are accepted only if additional space is available and may be at a higher cost.
Room Rates are $109 per night plus tax and resort fee.
3555 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
1-888-373-9855 reservations line and use code SFCPA8 (call may result in processing fee) booking online is the best option to avoid this charge.
It's the Fabulous Flamingo for CPA's
Primary Care Psychiatry Conference
Message from the Chair:
Thank you so much for considering sponsoring the January 26-27, 2018 Essentials of Primary Care Psychiatry Conference, which will be held in Las Vegas and sponsored by California Psychiatric Association.
The CME content for this conference is a bit unusual in that it ties in both primary care medicine and psychiatry. The focus is on teaching PCP’s how to most effectively deliver targeted primary care based psychiatry. Most of the presenters are dually trained and practice both primary care medicine and psychiatry. Because of the unique interface between primary care and psychiatry, we believe exhibitors who work with either PCP’s or psychiatrists would benefit from interaction with attendees and speakers at the conference.
We are most grateful for your consideration to support this conference. We hope to see you in January and thank you in person. If you have any questions about this conference, please contact Lila at 916-442-5196 or Lilafirstname.lastname@example.org
Robert M. McCarron, D.O.
Professor and Vice Chair of Education and Integrated Care
Residency Program Director
Co-Director, UCI / UC Davis Train New Trainers Primary Care Psychiatry Fellowship
Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior
University of California, Irvine School of Medicine
President-elect, California Psychiatric Association