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Introduction to the Supporting Adolescent Patients in Crisis Toolkit - Shared screen with speaker view
Baer Karrington
23:18
Baer (they/them) - pediatric resident
Kim Hauff
23:43
Kim Hauff (she/her), Swedish Pediatric Hospitalist
Christina Pease
23:56
Christina Pease (she/her) Sea Mar Community Health Centers
Lorena Shih
24:07
Lorena Shih - allegro pediatrics
Carrie Jenner
24:11
Carrie Jenner, Pediatrician at Virginia Mason Franciscan Health in University Place
Lelach Rave
24:20
Lelach Rave, The Everett Clinic, Mukilteo
Rick Levine
24:21
Rick levine- Skagit Peds- thanks you guys
Jeff Weller
25:06
Jeff Weller (he/him), Olympic Medical Center. Thank you.
Danielle Gladstone
25:08
Danielle Gladstone pediatrician at Pediatric Associates of Whidbey Island
Baer Karrington
53:52
I have a question that may be too basic - for those kiddos with SI but without plan or intent, does that qualify for mandated break in confidentiality - there are some kids whose SI is related to their caregiver (especially queer youth), so breaking that confidentiality is such a tricky boundary
Baer Karrington
55:58
Thank you
Elias Kass
57:59
Elias Kass, naturopathic peds in Seattle -- thank you for this presentation and toolkit!
Christina Pease
01:01:39
Billable Scheduled weekly or every few days as phone consults built into my regular schedule to check in on these teens has given me some protected time in a setting where we have very few supports and minimal access to counseling. Have had to make the risky jump and start SSRIs to make some headway. Downside is less access but has felt a bit more sustainable when I have felt very alone.
Christina Pease
01:10:14
Yes clarifying that we use it as regular screening but giving teen choice in follow Ups what they prefer.
Lorena Shih
01:13:09
Thank you for hosting this webinar
Baer Karrington
01:13:19
Thank you so much for hosting this!!!
Iris Malit
01:13:28
thank you.
Carrie Jenner
01:13:30
Thank you. This has been great. I am excited about the Toolkit!
Lelach Rave
01:13:35
thank you!