Category: FH

Preventative Screening

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Hepatitis and Mental Illness

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Dyslipidemia and Mental Illness: The Role of the Case Manager

Consumers with mental illness are at an increased risk of developing Hypertension. In this training, Dr. Casey Williams will discuss ways to screen for Hypertension, potential complications of the disease, and special considerations for treating clients with Hypertension.

Diabetes and Mental Health

Consumers with mental illness are at an increased risk of developing Diabetes. In this training, Dr. Casey Williams will discuss ways to screen for Diabetes, potential complications of the disease, and special considerations for treating clients with Diabetes.

Hypertension in Clients with Mental Illness

Consumers with mental illness are at an increased risk of developing Hypertension. In this training, Dr. Casey Williams will discuss ways to screen for Hypertension, potential complications of the disease, and special considerations for treating clients with Hypertension.

Asthma and COPD: The Role of the Case Manager

Consumers with mental illness are at an increased risk of developing Asthma. In this training, Dr. Casey Williams will discuss ways to screen for Asthma, potential complications of the disease, and special considerations for treating clients with Asthma.

Issues and Challenges Associated with Medication Non-Adherence

Medication non-adherence causes significant strain on the American healthcare system, yet many healthcare providers are unaware of its scope and repercussions. This program will provide facts about non-adherence and information about ways to decrease its occurrence.

Chronic Diseases and Risk Factors: Serving the Whole Person in the CPR Program

People with serious mental illness suffer significantly higher rates of chronic medical conditions than the general population and die, on average, 25 years younger. These increased levels of morbidity and mortality are largely due to preventable causes including a high prevalence of modifiable risk factors, a lack of adequate preventative care, and the side effects of some psychiatric medicines. Chronic medical illness is a major obstacle to recovery from serious mental illness. Mental health providers have a responsibility to ensure that their clients have access to preventive healthcare, and to contribute to the integration of their clients’ behavioral and medical care.