ADHD and Behavioral Health Screen Modules


BHECN has produced the following ADHD and Behavioral Health Screening in Primary Care, online learning modules that provide professionally developed, peer-reviewed, clinically relevant, and educationally sound materials to maintain and strengthen the competency of behavioral health providers across Nebraska.

IMG_0613-cropped.jpgADHD Diagnosis

The decision to diagnose a child with ADHD can be difficult.  Behaviors displayed by children of all ages can be caused by various reasons and can be compounded by parental and school influences. How can providers be sure to differentiate between normal and abnormal behaviors, and to diagnose clinical problems accurately? 

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adhd-pharmADHD Treatments for Prescribers

With treatment, children with ADHD can lead a happy, healthy, and productive life. In this interactive module, you will learn about medication options used for ADHD to include stimulant and non-stimulant medications, the common properties of these medications, and how to determine which drug is best for various situations using a case study approach.

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screening-tools-module-play.jpgBehavioral Health Screening in Primary Care

A behavioral health screening tool is a routine assessment of health and well-being that helps clinicians identify problems early. In this interactive module, you will learn why screening tools are effective in identifying behavioral health concerns, what tools can be used, and how to incorporate them into practice. The module will also explore what actions to take when screening identifies a potential issue through case studies involving children of different ages.

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