grand rounds: What to Do When Nobody Knows What to Do: Improving Care for Youth with Somatic Symptom Disorders
What to Do When Nobody Knows What to Do: Improving Care for Youth with Somatic Symptom Disorders
Originally presented on February 5, 2020
Jacqueline Warner, PhD-Assistant Professor, Dept. of Pediatrics, WSU BSOM; Psychologist, Dayton Children's Hospital
Erin Webster, PhD-Psychologist, Dayton Children’s Hospital
Latisha Hutchins-Gathers, PsyD-Psychologist, Dayton Children's Hospital
1. Explain to patients the mind-body connection in the context of somatic symptom disorders.
2. Implement effective strategies to help decrease healthcare utilization and improve patient experience for these patients.
3. Describe and participate in evidence-based care for patients with somatic symptom disorders.
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