Behavioral Health in the ED: An LCSW Program Implementation to Improve Continuity of Care.

Track: 60 Minute Podium

Session Number: 602
Date: Sat, Apr 7th, 2018
Time: 12:45 PM - 1:45 PM

Description:

American Academy of Pediatrics, Committee on Pediatric Emergency Medicine, American College of Emergency Physicians, Pediatric Committee, & Emergency Nurses Association. (2013). Joint policy statement—guidelines for care of children in the emergency department. Journal of Emergency Nursing, 39(2), 116-131.

Newton, A. S., Rosychuk, R. J., Dong, K., Curran, J., Slomp, M., & McGrath, P. J. (2012). Emergency health care use and follow-up among sociodemographic groups of children who visit emergency departments for mental health crises. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 184(12), E665-E674.

Ali, S., Rosychuk, R. J., Dong, K. A., McGrath, P. J., & Newton, A. S. (2012). Temporal trends in pediatric mental health visits: using longitudinal data to inform emergency department health care planning. Pediatric emergency care, 28(7), 620-625.

Session Type: Quality Improvement

Session Description: N/A
Primary Presenter Bio: Abby Manly BSN, RN, CPEN is the Quality Administrative Resource Nurse for the Emergency Departments at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Abby oversees evidenced based practice and quality improvement projects in the Emergency Departments.
Primary Presenter Institution: Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
Presenter 2 Institution: Laura Jones
Presenter 2 Bio: Laura Jones RN, BSN, NE-BC is the director of Emergency Services for Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. She consistently supports evidenced based practice and quality initiatives among the three Emergency Departments.
Presenter 3 Bio: Erin Harlow-Parker APRN, MS, PMHCNS-BC has been a child and adolescent psychiatric nurse for 29 years. She received her undergraduate degree from Rhode Island College and a master's degree in child and adolescent psychiatric nursing from Northeastern University. She has been an ANCC board certified child and adolescent psychiatric clinical nurse specialist for 24 years. She has worked extensively in inpatient and outpatient psychiatric specialty areas. She has been a member of the psychiatric consult team at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta since 2007. In the last year, she has become a member of the Georgia DOE suicide prevention task force and begun to collaborate with the GBI and other state agencies to address the increase in completed suicides in our state.
Session Type: Quality Improvement

Session Description: N/A
Primary Presenter Bio: Abby Manly BSN, RN, CPEN is the Quality Administrative Resource Nurse for the Emergency Departments at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Abby oversees evidenced based practice and quality improvement projects in the Emergency Departments.
Primary Presenter Institution: Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
Presenter 2 Institution: Laura Jones
Presenter 2 Bio: Laura Jones RN, BSN, NE-BC is the director of Emergency Services for Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. She consistently supports evidenced based practice and quality initiatives among the three Emergency Departments.
Presenter 3 Bio: Erin Harlow-Parker APRN, MS, PMHCNS-BC has been a child and adolescent psychiatric nurse for 29 years. She received her undergraduate degree from Rhode Island College and a master's degree in child and adolescent psychiatric nursing from Northeastern University. She has been an ANCC board certified child and adolescent psychiatric clinical nurse specialist for 24 years. She has worked extensively in inpatient and outpatient psychiatric specialty areas. She has been a member of the psychiatric consult team at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta since 2007. In the last year, she has become a member of the Georgia DOE suicide prevention task force and begun to collaborate with the GBI and other state agencies to address the increase in completed suicides in our state.