Slides from the Physical & High-Risk Behavioral Health (2012)

Karen Rosene Montella, MD: Opening the Second Annual Conference with a review of the new ideas and new tools created in the past year, Dr.  Rosene-Montella identifies the necessity for bridging physical and behavioral health for women.

Linda Carpenter, MD: Slides detail the complex interface between physical and behavioral health as well as the impact of environmental concerns and early-childhood experiences.

Teri Pearlstein, MD: This series of in-depth slides reviews treatment options for depression, as well as providers’ responsibility to follow up and why.

04-Beatriz-Perez-MPH: An overview of local and national government efforts to reduce the incidence of depression and suicide, especially in the younger, at-risk population.