“You will be impressed by the vigor and excitement of our field”
Our latest ACLP Annual Meeting, in November 2017, in Palm Springs, California, was our first annual meeting to be recorded in full.
These recordings are now available to anyone who registered for the meeting. If you attended the meeting, you may have had difficulty choosing from among the many concurrent sessions, but now you can catch up on all the material you missed.
If you did not register for the meeting, you can buy access to the recordings of the Annual Meeting, including the preconference all-day Updates course and the half-day skills courses, for just $200.
All of 62 General Sessions are available. For example, from the first concurrent set, on the Thursday morning, you can learn about:
Other recorded General Sessions include GS46, Voluntary Stopping Eating and Drinking (VSED): Clinical, Ethical, and Legal Dilemmas, with Rebecca Brendel, MD, JD, FACLP, DFAPA; Linda Ganzini, MD, FACLP; and Michael Bostwick, MD, FACLP; and sessions GS07, 18, 26, 29, and 39 (available only in slide form).
Among 38 Oral Presentations, the Webb Fellow presentation, SMART-R: A Physician Resilience Training Program for Residents by Residents, with Deanna Chaukos, MD, is particularly topical, given the increasing interest in physician resilience and burnout.
You can also watch seven clinical dilemmas, expertly discussed in the Presidential Symposia I and II, a debate about three challenging clinical cases, the Research for Researchers symposium, and the Hackett Memorial Award Lecture, with Gregory Fricchione, MD, FACLP, or the Lipsitt Award Lecture, with Nancy Byatt, DO, MBA, FACLP.
If you registered for the meeting, you can also access a full day of Updates in Psychosomatic Medicine, covering dementia, agitation, bedside neuropsychiatric testing, sleep medicine, opiate addiction, eating disorders, infectious disease, delirium, decisional capacity, physical medicine and rehabilitation, pain, and palliative care.
You can also access the eight Skills Courses, covering transplant psychiatry, research techniques, perinatal psychiatry, sleep medicine, integrated care, and bedside techniques in breath-training, mindfulness, and hypnosis. The course in neuropsychiatry covers TBI, autoimmune disorders, neurodegenerative disorders, neurodevelopmental disorders, Parkinson’s disease, dystonia, Tourette syndrome, Huntington’s disease, and psychiatric consequences of epilepsy. (Skills Course 05 on bedside neuropsychiatric testing is available only in slide form.)
If you are an educator, you will find many sessions that you can use in your teaching. You can stop the presentation for discussion, and you can select the sections most informative for your audience.
Organizers Mary Jo Fitz-Gerald, MD, FACLP, Online Education Subcommittee, and Paul Desan, MD, PhD, FACLP, Education Committee, say: “This is the largest selection of lively, up-to-the-minute, expert content in Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry available anywhere! You will be impressed once again by the vigor and excitement of our field. Don’t miss it.”