Room Without a View: Meeting the Increased Demand
for Mental Health Treatment During COVID-19
Earn 1 CE/CME Credit Hour
The catastrophic health effects of the coronavirus pandemic are well established, as illustrated by the more than 32 million known cases and over 570,000 COVID-19-related deaths in the United States to date. What has also become more apparent is the immense psychological impact. As a result of the pandemic, much of society is experiencing increased stress in relation to numerous psychosocial factors. This session speaks to the need for increased mental health resources to cope with anxiety and fear about contracting the virus, increased social isolation, separation from family, job loss, economic uncertainty, and grieving the loss of a loved one to the disease.
This activity is supported by an educational grant from AbbVie.
This activity is provided by Global Education Group.
- Discuss the psychological impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and rise in mental disorders
- Outline strategies to address the increased demand for mental health treatment
- Identify and diagnose patients with depressive and anxiety disorders
- Review initial therapies for patients with depressive and anxiety disorders
- Describe how to implement patient-centered treatment plans by collaborating with patients
Michael R. Clark, MD, MPH, MBA
Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences
- 1.00 AANP
- 1.00 ACCME (All Other)
- 1.00 ACCME (MD/DO Only)
- 1.00 ACPE Pharmacy
- 1.00 ANCC