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Webinar - Hope and Compassion: The Keys to Treating Mental Health Patients & Families
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This webinar will provide personal stories and educate the audience on specific issues that relate to mental health and provide clear takeaways for participants to use in their organization.

12/11/2018
When: December 11, 2018
2:00 pm ET
Where: United States

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Hope and Compassion: The Keys to Treating Mental Health Patients & Families

Glenn Kopelson, Co-Chair Resnick PFAC, UCLA
Martha Browning, Member Resnick PFAC, UCLA

December 11, 2018, 2:00-3:00 PM ET

The Resnick Neurospychiatric PFAC at UCLA created an educational lecture series where family members and patients presented personal experiences, issues and solutions to multiple departments throughout the hospital.  This webinar will provide personal stories and educate the audience on specific issues that relate to mental health and provide clear takeaways for participants to use in their organization.

Learning Objectives

  • Gain a greater acceptance into the thoughts, feelings, objectives and especially expectations of families with mental health issues.
  • Summarize how improved communication skills with family members will ultimately make patients/families more responsive to health care provider instructions and thereby enable them to be more effective caregivers at home.
  • Develop skills to better interact with family members of psychiatric patients.

Learn More about The UCLA Neuropsychiatric PFAC:

The UCLA Neuropsychiatric PFAC services UCLA through education, feedback, policy and program recommendations which promote the organizations goal of providing superior patient and family centered care.


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