Equipping Nurses to Care for Pediatric Patients with Behavioral Health problems in an Acute Care Setting

Track: 30 Minute Podium

Session Number: 501A
Date: Fri, Apr 26th, 2019
Time: 9:00 AM - 9:30 AM

Description:

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Session Type: Clinical Practice

Session Description: This session will describe services and strategies implemented to successfully recognize and manage behavioral health pediatric population in the acute care setting. It will include mental and behavioral health statistics as well as guidelines and actions applied by the multidisciplinary team to achieve effective treatment and positive outcomes.

Primary Presenter Bio: Jaime Choate MSN, RN is dedicated to the nursing profession, patient safety, and a commitment to life-long learning. Her 24 year nursing career has taken her from the bedside to that of an educator, educational consultant, and speaker. Jaime currently leads the Behavioral Health Program and the Nurse Residency Program at her facility. She role models her profession by her involvement in the American Nurses Association, Texas Nurses Association, National Alliance on Mental Illness, and Association of Nursing Professional Development (ANPD). She is also member of the Speaker’s Bureau for United Against Human Trafficking. Jaime enjoys developing robust educational activities and mentoring others to expand and exceed their goals.
Primary Presenter Institution: Texas Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Institution: Texas Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Bio: Mona R. Clark, MSN, RN has 18 years pediatric nursing experience in the adolescent medicine, lung, liver and kidney transplant. She is a dedicated nurse leader and a staunch advocate for nursing development through mentorship and continuing education. She is an active member of the Texas Nurses Association, American Nurses Association and Society of Pediatric Nurses. Mona enjoys volunteering her time educating underserved communities on the benefits of health and wellbeing.
Presenter 3 Institution: Texas Children's Hospital
Session Type: Clinical Practice

Session Description: This session will describe services and strategies implemented to successfully recognize and manage behavioral health pediatric population in the acute care setting. It will include mental and behavioral health statistics as well as guidelines and actions applied by the multidisciplinary team to achieve effective treatment and positive outcomes.

Primary Presenter Bio: Jaime Choate MSN, RN is dedicated to the nursing profession, patient safety, and a commitment to life-long learning. Her 24 year nursing career has taken her from the bedside to that of an educator, educational consultant, and speaker. Jaime currently leads the Behavioral Health Program and the Nurse Residency Program at her facility. She role models her profession by her involvement in the American Nurses Association, Texas Nurses Association, National Alliance on Mental Illness, and Association of Nursing Professional Development (ANPD). She is also member of the Speaker’s Bureau for United Against Human Trafficking. Jaime enjoys developing robust educational activities and mentoring others to expand and exceed their goals.
Primary Presenter Institution: Texas Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Institution: Texas Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Bio: Mona R. Clark, MSN, RN has 18 years pediatric nursing experience in the adolescent medicine, lung, liver and kidney transplant. She is a dedicated nurse leader and a staunch advocate for nursing development through mentorship and continuing education. She is an active member of the Texas Nurses Association, American Nurses Association and Society of Pediatric Nurses. Mona enjoys volunteering her time educating underserved communities on the benefits of health and wellbeing.
Presenter 3 Institution: Texas Children's Hospital