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Inpatient Care and the Road to Recovery: Retooling station, pitstop, or a wrong turn?

12:00pm - August 10, 2022 thru 1:00pm - August 10, 2022 | Timezone: US/Eastern
Southeast MHTTC
Registration Deadline: August 10, 2022
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About the Event: 

Join us on Wednesday, August 10th at 12:00 PM (ET) for our "Inpatient Care and the Road to Recovery: Retooling station, pitstop, or a wrong turn?" webinar event. Decades of health advocacy, policy, and research has crystalized the need for recovery-oriented care, particularly for those with severe mental health disorders.  However, less attention has been paid to role of the inpatient care setting in a recovery-oriented system. This webinar will discuss research and practice related to supporting recovery in inpatient settings, with a focus on learnings from recent nation-wide studies of VA inpatient mental health units and work with clinicians in those settings.

Participants will:

  • Learn how recovery-oriented inpatient care is conceptualized in a large health system
  • Identify factors that support recovery-oriented care
  • Identify ways that outpatient and inpatient staff can better coordinate efforts

 

About the Presenter:

M.SalyersMichelle P. Salyers, Ph.D., is a Professor of Psychology at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). She directs the ACT Center of Indiana, a collaboration of academic and community partners, including researchers, administrators, clinicians, consumers, and family members who share an interest in recovery-oriented, evidence-based practices. The overarching goal of her work is to help adults with severe mental illness live meaningful lives in the community. Her research addresses both consumers of mental health services and the providers of those services. She is increasingly targeting the interaction of consumers and providers, looking for the best way to support relationships that promote recovery and well-being. Her current work involves developing effective ways to reduce staff burnout and to increase shared decision-making in mental health care.