Course Description: This course provides counselors a systematic overview of the research evidence on psychosocial and/or pharmacologic treatment for children and adolescents with disruptive behavior disorders. Qualitative and quantitative analyses generally suggest that psychosocial interventions for children with disruptive behavior disorders that include a parent component, either alone or in combination with other components, are likely to be more effective at reducing disruptive child behaviors than interventions that include only a child component or control conditions.
Course Credit(s): 2 CE Credits or Hours
Course Format: Online Text (format of this course is noninteractive)
Course Schedule: Self-paced
Course Author(s): Richard Epstein, PhD, MPH, Christopher Fonnesbeck, PhD, Edwin Williamson, MD, Tarah Kuhn, PhD, Mary Lou Lindegren, MD, MPH, Katherine Rizzone, MD, Shanthi Krishnaswami, MBBS, MPH, Nila Sathe, MA, MLIS, Cathy H. Ficzere, PharmD, BCPS, Genevieve Lynn Ness, PharmD, Geoffrey W. Wright, MS, Mamata Raj, MD, Shannon Potter, MLIS, and Melissa McPheeters, MD, MPH
Content Publisher(s): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Course Author(s) Qualifications:
Dr. Epstein is a Research Fellow at Chapin Hall. Dr. Epstein is a licensed clinical child psychologist and epidemiologist. Dr. Epstein's areas of expertise include child welfare, child mental health and maternal mental health, and he is recognized for his methodological expertise, consultation skill, and work on research synthesis and translation. Prior to coming to Chapin Hall, Dr. Epstein was a member of the faculty at Vanderbilt University and Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
Dr. Fonnesbeck is an Assistant Professor of Biostatistics at Vanderbilt University and Director, Vanderbilt University Medical Center Database Analysis Core.
Dr. Williamson joined the Vanderbilt Faculty in 2010. He is an attending psychiatrist in the Vanderbilt Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic and is the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship Training Program Director.
Dr. Kuhn is a licensed clinical psychologist and has been a member of the faculty at Vanderbilt University since 2005.
Dr. Lindegren received her MD degree from Duke University. She received her MPH degree from Emory University. Dr. Lindegren is board-certified in pediatrics and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Dr. Krishnaswami is a Staff Scientist in the Vanderbilt University Evidence-based Practice Center (EPC) and a physician by training (India) with a Master of Public Health degree in epidemiology (infectious diseases) from the University of South Carolina, Columbia.
Ms. Sathe is the Assistant Director of the Vanderbilt University Evidence-based Practice Center (EPC). At the EPC she orchestrates the various phases of evidence reviews and works closely with methods and content leads and project coordinators to ensure that reviews are on track.
Dr. Ficzere was the founding Director of Drug Information Services for the Belmont University College of Pharmacy. In June 2014, Dr. Ficzere became the Chair of the Pharmacy Practice Department.
Dr. Ness joined the faculty at the Belmont University College of Pharmacy (BUCOP) in August of 2013 as the Associate Director of the Christy Houston Foundation Drug Information Center. In June 2014, Dr. Ness became the Director of the Drug Information Center.
Dr. Raj is a Staff Scientist in the Vanderbilt University Evidence-based Practice Center (EPC).
Dr. McPheeters is a healthcare epidemiologist who has worked in evidence-based medicine and comparative effectiveness for over a decade. She completed her PhD in Epidemiology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, led systematic reviews at the CDC as a coordinating scientist for the Guide to Community Preventive Services, and now is the Director of Vanderbilt’s Evidence-based Practice Center.
Course Level: Beginning/Introductory, Intermediate, Advanced
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