TBHI Faculty to Provide Keynote & Telebehavioral Workshop at IIBHN Annual Conference
On April 25 – 27, 2019, Dr. Marlene Maheu of Telebehavioral Health Institute (TBHI) Faculty will be gracing the Idaho Integrated Behavioral Health Network (IIBHN) annual conference. The IIBHN annual conference is focused on systems transformation to increase access and improve the quality of behavioral health services in Idaho.
Dr. Marlene will be providing the keynote entitled, Behavioral Care at the Crossroads: Serving Clients/Patients with 21st Century Technologies With the 21st Century on April 25th, Thursday and the full-day telebehavioral health workshop entitled, Telebehavioral Health Legal & Ethical Best Practices: Dos and Don’ts on April 26th, Friday.
Behavioral Care at the Crossroads: Serving Clients/Patients with 21st Century Technologies With the 21st Century
This keynote will discuss the role of apps, telehealth, federal and state law, choices regarding technology such as videoconferencing, text messaging, email, and telephone as well as virtual and augmented reality, artificial intelligence, sensors, and robotics. It will focus on the evidence base related to using such technologies, the legal issues involved, and the role of recently published association standards, guidelines, competencies, and most importantly, where to get more information. Overall, it will help the participant envision the professional use of 21st Century tools for enhancing clinical care, research, policy, and education.
Telebehavioral Health Legal & Ethical Best Practices: Dos and Don’ts
Dr. Maheu of the TBHI Faculty will define telebehavioral health terminology, introduce basic concepts, review the research history; outline risks and benefits and be introduced to the Online Clinical Practice Management (OCPM) model of best practices. Meta-analyses will be reviewed as per recent data accumulated by Hilty and colleagues (2014); Godleski and colleagues (2013) and others. Studies reviewing effective online treatments for depression have undergone meta-analytic review (Mishkin and Colleagues, 2014). Current state laws and professional association standards and guidelines, as well as recently published telebehavioral health competencies, will be covered (Maheu et. al., 2017).
About the Speaker
Marlene M. Maheu, Ph.D. is the Founder and Executive Director of the Telebehavioral Health Institute, Inc. She oversees the development and delivery of telemental health and telebehavioral health training and certifies clinicians from over 73 countries worldwide. Since 1994, Dr. Maheu has focused on legal and ethical risk management related to the use of technologies to better serve behavioral health clients and patients. She has published dozens of peer-reviewed articles and is currently writing her fifth book in the field. She is a telehealth consultant, researcher, author, trainer, speaker, and keynoter. Dr. Maheu is an articulate, good-humored and insightful presenter, willing to pay special attention to individual audience needs and questions. Join us for this mind-expanding event – you’ll be glad you did!
IIBHN Annual Conference
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