Schedule

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12 START END
Pre-Conference Workshop 1: Critical Topics in Behavioral Emergencies for Emergency Physicians 8:00 AM 4:30 PM
Pre-Conference Workshop 2: Critical Topics in Emergency Care for Psychiatrists 8:00 AM 4:30 PM
Pre-Conference Workshop 3: Improving Emergency Department Care and Processes for People With Behavioral Health Problems 8:00 AM 5:00 PM
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13 START END
Registration 7:00 AM 5:00 PM
Conference 7:45 AM 5:00 PM
Session Topics Include*:
Keeping people on the grid: Enhanced follow-up post emergency department visit
Use of urine drug screen: An emergency physician perspective
Mental and physical health
Suicide screening scales in the ED
Failure to diagnosis acute psychosis
Hospital and physician reimbursement for emergency psychiatric care
The truth about illness deception: Detection and management of Munchausen
Collaborative approaches to “familiar faces”
Medication assisted treatment for opioid use disorder: An update
Weird, wild, worried: Personality disorders in the ED
Changing the paradigm of care for psychiatric patients in the emergency setting
Update on malingering in psychiatric emergency service
Addressing the crisis of physician mental illness
Scientific abstracts
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14 START END
Registration 7:00 AM 5:00 PM
Conference 7:45 AM 5:00 PM
Session Topics Include*:
Medically integrated community crisis support
Why simulation matters: High fidelity simulation to build mastery
Benefits of community wide care coordination
Public safety unit-Sobering unit: A pre-hospital diversion program
I am dying here: Voices from a forgotten place
Starting psychiatric medications in the emergency setting
Violence in healthcare
Current dilemmas of initial psychiatric interview
Mass shootings and emergency psychiatry
Implementation to improve safety with agitated patients
Managing acute agitation: How we know what we know
American College of Emergency Physicians: Bedside tool for suicide prevention
The most important papers in EM Psych that you need to know
A free effective online curriculum to teach verbal de-escalation
Baking evidence-based practices for behavioral emergencies into EDs using innovative technologies

*PLEASE NOTE: The NUBE conference committee reserves the right to change lecture topics, time/days and speakers at its sole discretion.