• Fin d'inscription
  • 22 jui 2017
  • Début du Cours
  • 22 mai 2017
  • Fin du cours
  • 23 jui 2017
  • Effort estimé
  • 3:00 h/semaine
  • Langue
  • Anglais

About This Course

This MOOC, proposed by the IACAPAP (International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions), is intended for people who want to learn the most basic notions in child and adolescent psychiatry. The main disorders (depression, autism, attention deficit with hyperactivity disorder, etc.) are tackled, like more general topics (development, the psychiatric interview, treatments, etc.). Professors come from all the continents and try to give a comprehensive picture of child and adolescent psychiatry.

Format

The course is structured in 5 weeks
Each week will provide 4-5 themes treated by eminent world experts

Requirements

No specific skills or knowledge is required to follow this course. It is open to all those who have, for professional or other reasons, an interest in the mental health problems that can be encountered by children and adolescents.

Course Staff

Responsible for the Course : Bruno Falissard,

Pr. Bruno Falissard

President of the IACAPAP (International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions),

Teaching staff

  • Naoufel Gaddour (Tunisia)
  • Olurotimi Adejumo (Nigeria)
  • David Cohen (France)
  • Yi Zheng (China)
  • Olivier Phan (France)
  • Petrus J de Vries (South Africa)
  • Laura Viola (Uruguay)
  • Evelyn Attia - Matthew Shear (USA)
  • Sigita Lesinskiené (Lithuania)
  • Nora Rodríguez Perrett (Uruguay)
  • Oscar Sánchez-Guerrero (Mexico)
  • Miri Keren (Israël)
  • Savita Malhotra (India)
  • Michael Houston (USA)
  • Ayesha Mian (Pakistan)
  • Henrikje Klasen (Netherlands)
  • Marie-Rose Moro (France)
  • Gordon Harper (USA)
  • Julie Chilton (USA)
  • Helena Van Den Steene (Belgique)
  • Alexis Revet (France)
  • Summary

    Week 1

    • Chapter 1 : Introduction
    • Chapter 2 : Normal development in child and adolescents
    • Quizz Chapter 2
    • Exercice
    • Chapter 3 : Clinical assessment and examination
    • Quizz Chapter 3
    • Exercice
    • Chapter 4 : Mood Disorders : Child and adolescent depression
    • Quizz Chapter 4
    • Exercice
    • Chapter 5 : Anxiety Disorders and Trauma
    • Quizz Chapter 5
    • Exercice

    Week 2

    • Chapter 6 : Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
    • Quizz Chapter 6
    • Exercice
    • Chapter 7 : Disruptive Behavior Disorders
    • Quizz Chapter 7
    • Exercice
    • Chapter 8 : Substance Abuse
    • Quizz Chapter 8
    • Exercice
    • Chapter 9 : Autism
    • Quizz Chapter 9
    • Exercice

    Week 3

    • Chapter 10 : Early Onset Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders
    • Quizz Chapter 10
    • Exercice
    • Chapter 11 : Eating Disorders
    • Quizz Chapter 11
    • Exercice
    • Chapter 12 : Suicide and non suicidal self-injury
    • Quizz Chapter 12
    • Exercice
    • Chapter 13 : Intellectual Disability and learning difficulties
    • Quizz Chapter 13
    • Exercice

    Week 4

    • Chapter 14 : Associated somatic disorders
    • Quizz Chapter 14
    • Exercice
    • Chapter 15 : Infant psychiatry
    • Quizz Chapter 15
    • Exercice
    • Chapter 16 : Psychiatric Disorders in Adolescence
    • Quizz Chapter 16
    • Exercice
    • Chapter 17 : Epidemiology of Child and Adolescents mental Diseases
    • Quizz Chapter 17
    • Peer Assesment

    Week 5

    • Chapter 18 : Evidence Based Medicine
    • Quizz Chapter 18
    • Exercice
    • Chapter 19 : Transcultural aspects of Child and Adolescents Psychiatry
    • Quizz Chapter 19
    • Exercice
    • Chapter 20 : Evidence based treatments in child and adolescent psychiatry
    • Quizz Chapter 20
    • Exercice
    • Chapter 21 : Treatment Planning: Beyond Categories and Dimensions [part 1]
    • Chapter 22 :Treatment Planning: Beyond Categories and Dimensions [part 2]
    • Chapter 23 : And where do we go from here ?
    • Peer Assesment

    Evaluation

    Each chapter is followed by a quizz and an exercice (fill in the blank) They will allow you to assess knowledge acquired.

    Peer-corrected open questions : in the last two weeks, participants will have to produce documents analysed by others participants.

    To obtain certification, participants must obtain a note over 60/100. Quizzs are for 40, Exercices for 40, Peer assesments for 20

    Bibliography

    IACAPAP Textbook of Child and Adolescent Mental Health

    mhGAP Humanitarian Intervention Guide (mhGAP-HIG)

    Clinical Management of Mental, Neurological and Substance Use Conditions in Humanitarian Emergencies

    Terms of use

    Terms of use of the course content

    "Creative Commons Licence" BY-NC-ND : the user must give appropriate credit, he may not use the material for commercial purposes and may not distribute a modified material.

    Terms of use of the content produced by the participants

    Except otherwise specified, the contents produced by participants are shared under Creative Commons License BY-NC-ND: the name of the author should always be mentioned ; the user can exploit the work except in a commercial context and he cannot make changes to the original work.