What you'll learn

  • List validated tools for screening for gambling disorder
  • Recognize how mental health conditions relate to gambling disorder
  • Identify principles of motivational interviewing that can be applied to patients experiencing gambling problems
  • Identify web-based, self-help resources for people who want to change their gambling behavior

Course description

This HMS CME Online course is targeted to primary care physicians, specialty physicians, psychologists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, social workers, researchers (PhDs), and other mental health professionals.

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Course outline

  • Gambling Disorder in your Practice: Information and Resources is structured as follows:

    Case 1: Smoking
    Introduction
    Formulations
    Screening
    Resources
    References

     

    Case 2: Sleep
    Introduction
    Screening
    Gambling Disorder
    Behavioral Change
    Motivation for change
    Summary
    References

     

    Case 3: Comorbidities
    Introduction
    Comorbidity
    Distress
    Therapy
    References

     

    Case 4: Domestic Violence
    Introduction
    Intimate Partner Violence
    Safety
    Summary
    References

     

    Case 5. Parkinson's Disease
    Introduction
    Screening
    Behavioral Addiction
    Summary
    References

     

    Case 6: Psychosocial
    Introduction
    Contributing Factors
    Influences
    Summary
    References

     

    Case 7: Suicide
    Introduction
    Screening
    Suicide Factors
    Summary
    References

    CME Posttest

Associated Schools

  • Harvard Medical School

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