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The
Conference was held on Friday, October 28, 2016 in the Berry Center, Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton Ohio


AGENDA


This training is designed for hospital, mental health, public safety and other professionals interested in learning about   1) how trauma impacts individuals and communities; 2) how community members, decision makers and caregiver can increase their capacity to effectively cope with crisis situations and 3) how community partnerships and communication between surrounding counties can be enhanced regarding developing trauma and crisis response initiatives

8:00:    Registration and Refreshments
8:30:    Welcome:  Mark Hubner, MD, Colonel, USAF; Co-Chair CDMH
8:35:     “The Ohio Crisis Response Team: Responding to  Local , State and National Events”, Cindy Kuhr L.S.W, M.Ed, R.A.S.S, C.C.R- Co-Founder Ohio Crisis Response Team.                      
09:50:  Break (10 Minutes)
10:00:  “Trauma-Informed Response”, Su-Ann Newport, RN, MSN, APRN, LICDC-CS, Program Coordinator, Certification & Standards at Montgomery County ADAMHS Board.
11:00:  “Care and Counseling of Victims and Students of an Active Shooting Incident”, Officer Bill Titley - Fairborn Police Department, Regional Emergency Response Team
12:00   Buffet Lunch - Provided in Berry 5
12:45: Real-World Applications of a Trauma-Informed Approach to Disaster Planning, Response and After-Care.   Panel Discussion moderated by Brad Reed, Tri-County Board of Recovery & Mental Health Services.  
    Reverend Jim Brazell, M.Div. (HR), SW Ohio Critical Incident Stress Management Team
    Ken Johnson, Co-Chair CDMH, Clark County Emergency Management Agency Deputy Director
    Frank Maher, M.S., Psychology, American Red Cross
    Officer Mike McRill, Sidney Police Department, Tri-County Crisis Response and Ohio Crisis  Response Teams
1:45:    Break (15 Minutes)
2:00:   “Saving Those Who Save Others”  Jerry Meddock, FF/EMT, National Outreach Manager & Instructor for Firefighter Behavioral Health Alliance 
4:00:    Evaluations, Adjourn, Pick up Continuing Education Certificates.


---Successful conference completion is attending all sessions and completing the evaluation form.  
---There is no conflict of interest for planners, presenters, faculty, authors and content reviewers with any commercial interest. 


---Successful conference completion is attending all sessions and completing the evaluation form.  

---There is no conflict of interest for planners, presenters, faculty, authors and content reviewers with any commercial interest. 

Nurses will be provided 6.4 contact hours. Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. (OBN-001-91) (OH-261, 1/1/2018).

As an approved provider of continuing education by the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board, the Montgomery County ADAMHS Board (#RCS111304) has approved this training for 6.25 CEUs for Counselors and Social Workers.

This program has been approved by the State of Ohio of Executives of Long Term Services & Supports for 6.25 Continuing Education Units. BELTSS#256-C-16.

The Center for Disaster Mental Health (CDMH) is approved by the Ohio Psychological Association (OPA) to present this course for 6 CE hours for Psychologists.






 

 

2016 Symposium

2016 Symposium

Save the Date:  The 5th Annual Conference is scheduled for 27 October 2017

Center for Disaster Mental Health

Center for Disaster Mental Health

Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association

Center for Disaster Mental Health
241 Taylor Street, Suite 130

Dayton OH  45402

Direct CDMH Office:  937-424-2362

GDAHA Office:  937-228-1000

CDMH@gdaha.org