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Screening Tools And Referral Training

 

Please note:  Scheduled trainings are open to providers and staff of those clinics, listed specifically.

If you are interested in scheduling a training for your site, please contact START staff at 503-334-1591503-334-1591 .

We're happy to coordinate a START training for you & assist with registration.  Thank you!
 

UPCOMING TRAINING DATES

 

CHILDHOOD HEALTH ASSOCIATES OF SALEM 

Friday September 12, 2014, 12:00pm to 2:00pm 

START Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) 101 Training



LANE COUNTY - REGISTER NOW!

Thursday September 18, 2014, 7:00am to 9:00am

START (Basic) Developmental Health Training

 

 

PROVIDENCE (PMG) GLISAN - REGISTER NOW!

Tuesday September 23, 2014, 11:30pm to 1:30pm

START (Basic) Developmental Health Training

 



BROADWAY MEDICAL CLINIC - REGISTER NOW!

Thursday September 25, 2014, 12:00pm to 1:30pm

START (Basic) Developmental Health Training

 



PROVIDENCE (PMG) NORTH COAST CLINIC -

Date And Time To Be Determined

START Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) 101 Training

 

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TOOLS FROM RECENT START TRAININGS

START Adolescent Health (Well Visits, Depression Screening & SBIRT) Training

View Slides from the Bend/Baker CIty Training Here
View Supplemental Depression Screening Slides here

View Slides from the Ontario Training here

View Slides from the Coos Bay Training here

View Slides from the Medford Training here

 

START Behavioral Health Integration

View Slides from the latest training here



UPCOMING EVENTS


2014 TRAUMA CONFERENCE

Bay Area Hospital

Friday September 26 & Saturday September 27, 2014 - Coos Bay, OR
 
View the Flier & Registration Form here


 

 

2014 PEDIATRIC / ADOLESCENT CONFERENCE
Bay Area Hospital's Dept of Continuing Medical Education 

Saturday October 4, 2014 - Coos Bay, OR

View the Flier & Registration Form here




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START Year End Results

* START Results 2013 Report

* START Results 2012 Report

* START Results 2011 Report

* START Results 2010 Report

* START Results 2009 Report

 

The Oregon Pediatric Society is working to ensure that all of Oregon’s children receive the best preventive and evidence-based healthcare. Through funding from CareOregon, Northwest Health Foundation, FamilyCare Inc., and the Autzen and Clear One Foundations, the START project is teaching pediatric primary care providers how to detect and manage developmental and behavioral health issues as well as screening for maternal depression problems. Identifying problems early and linking families to appropriate services improves the health of Oregon’s children. 

Program Overview
The goals of START are to:

 

* Increase standardized health screening so doctors can identify

   children and families who need services earlier


* Increase awareness of community resources to ensure children

   and families receive the healthcare services they need


* Enhance care coordination and communication so that children

   and families receive appropriate and effective healthcare services

 

Program Details

Since June 2008, the START project has trained more than 2,322 participants, including 1,013 primary care providers, across Oregon. START is approved by the American Board of Pediatrics for Part IV Maintenance of Certification (MOC) as an established quality improvement project. Physicians can also receive Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit for START training.
 

OPS currently offers five training modules, all of which seek to increase screening, community referrals, and care coordination by linking primary care providers to local resources:


START (Basic) Developmental Health

Training focuses on screening tools for identification of developmental delays and autism.


Peripartum Mood Disorders

Training addresses screening for maternal depression.


ASD 101

Trains primary care providers in caring for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. 


Adolescent Health

Includes screening, treatment and management of depression in adolescents along with SBIRT training for adolescent substance use. 


Behavioral Health Integration

Training helps a practice implement practical components of surveillance, identification, and integrated care through referral.

 


COMING SOON : Adverse Childhood Experience (ACEs)

 This training is currently in development. It will incorporate principles of Trauma-informed care.

 

START trainings incorporate the medical home, team-based care model and include pediatric primary care providers (physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician’s assistants), nurses and office staff. The entire team learns about the importance of and science behind standardized screening; what community resources are available for children and families; and how to improve the coordination of care so that services are appropriate and effective.
 

Trainings are tailored to each individual community. START uses physician trainers from various geographic regions who know their communities best. Because each community has different resources available for children, training includes a panel of representatives from local community agencies that serve children. START trainings provide a unique opportunity for primary care providers and community agencies to enhance collaboration and care for Oregon’s children.
 

View the START Brochure here
 
MESD Accountability Report for 2009-2010 (.pdf)

Questions about START MOC completion or your ABP Portfolio?


MOC Portfolio Instruction Guide (.pdf)

 


The original model for the initiative comes from the Tennessee Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (TNAAP)

 

START is a proud partner of Multnomah County Project LAUNCH!


Contact:
Peg King, MA, MPH
START Program Manager
margaret.king@oraap.org