“Pearls for Partners” begins the 2021 fall season highlighting a panel discussion, “Working with Patients Who Need Involuntary Hospitalization.” This panel will include a variety of perspectives on how to best help patients who need involuntary hospitalization. Topics covered will include what paperwork needs to be completed, clinical tips about engaging these patients, and practical tips on navigating the process. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions of this panel. Continuing education credits are unavailable for this presentation.
Gretchen Johnson, DNP, MSN, RV-BC, Chief Nurse Executive, Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services
Karen Noorman, Kent County Probate Court
Kenny Gavin, LMSW, Network180
Keigan Brown Edwards, LMSW, Pine Rest Contact Center and Psychiatric Urgent Care
Bethany Kuik, LMSW, Spectrum Health Emergency Departments Mental Health Services
A Mental Health Education Series for Healthcare Professionals
Healthcare teams and psychiatrists each share a piece of the puzzle in treating mental health disorders. The demand for mental health treatment continues to grow, yet many healthcare teams find treating mental health to be challenging and complicated.
The Virtual Pearls for Partners educational series covers topics to better equip healthcare community partner teams to identify and treat patients with mental health disorders. This series is intended for all healthcare professionals.
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