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Medication Safety and Management for Patients with Mental Health Disorders

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The panel discussion Medication Safety and Management for Patients with Mental Health Disorders will be held on July 24, 2018.

Join us for an interactive panel discussion on medication safety in a population of patients with mental health disorders. Featured practitioners will provide an overview of the treatment challenges and appropriate management techniques, medication accessibility barriers, and adherence for patients with a mental health disorder. 


Medication Safety and Management for Patients with Mental Health Disorders

About the Presenters

Dr. Denise Dunford

Dr. Denise Dunford

Dr. Dunford was named the winner of the National Emergency Nurse Association (ENA) Award for Nursing Competence in Aging. Clinically, she maintains an active practice in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Buffalo General Hospital. She is currently the director of the FNP and DNP programs.

Dr. Christine Verni

Dr. Christine Verni

Dr. Verni received her BSN, MS-FNP, and EdD in Health Policy and Health Education from D’Youville College and currently serves as the Chair of the School of Nursing. She has worked as a Nurse Practitioner (NP) for the past 10 years in Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics, with a recent transition to Hospice. A recipient of the 2017 Nurse of Distinction in Education by the Professional Nurses Association of Western New York and the Buffalo News, Dr. Verni has many years of educating NP students in addition to advanced practice providers entering emergency medicine. She has assisted in the development and adoption of the electronic medical record and e-prescribing technology in the emergency setting, and worked on several research studies including medication safety in the frail elderly and acute headache diagnostic strategies. Dr. Verni also has an interest in interprofessional collaboration, working with other disciplines within the health care field to increase awareness of various professions.

The D'Youville Academic Center.
The interactive panel discussion will take place in the D'Youville Academic Center. 

Questions?

For more information, please contact the Ericka Morley-Soto, Professional Program Coordinator at 716-829-7802 or email sotoe@dyc.edu.

Do you need special accommodations?

If you require special accommodations or information on accessible entrances and pathways, please call 716-829-8338.


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