American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 57th Annual Meeting (October 26-31, 2010) Program Schedule
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Symposium 15 (open)
Simon Wile Symposium: Reaching Difficult Children with Difficult Problems
The burgeoning evidence-base for collaborative health care models combined with the limited availability of child mental health clinicians has increased the need for child and adolescent psychiatrists to create partnerships with primary care clinician colleagues. The AACAP Liaisons to the American Academy of Pediatrics join with the 2010 Simon Wile Leadership in Consultation Award winner to discuss “reaching difficult children with difficult problems.” Dr. Harriet MacMillan describes evidence-based approaches to child maltreatment from the perspective of the primary care clinician, while Dr. Deborah Simkin describes consultation work with pediatricians around substance abuse in the juvenile justice system. Dr. George Fouras outlines a web-based approach to facilitate collaborative care around children in foster care and Dr. Michael Storck discusses innovative strategies to care for the American Indian child in remote locations where access is a challenge. 
Wednesday, October 27, 2010: 2:30 PM-5:30 PM
Evidence-Based Approaches for Responding to Child Maltreatment: The Role of the Primary Care Clinician
Harriet MacMillan, M.D. Offord Centre for Child Studies, Hamilton, ON
Healthy Foster Care America: Increasing Collaboration with Primary Care and Other Stakeholders for Youth in Foster Care Through A Multi-Component Website
George Alex Fouras, M.D. Foster Care Mental Health Program, San Francisco, CA
Screening, Evaluation, and Treatment of Youth with Substance Abuse in the Juvenile Justice System
Deborah Simkin, M.D. , Destin, FL
Teamwork in Serving the Mental Health Needs for Remote and Difficult to Reach American Indian and Alaska Native Youth
Michael Storck, M.D. Seattle Children's Hospital, Seattle, WA
The Stanford Pediatric Organ Transplant Psychiatry Program
Richard J. Shaw, M.D. Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA

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