CEP 7: Assessment

Programme: 
Year: 
2015
Price: 
FREE
Estimated Duration: 
1 hour
Welcome

This course is part of the Introduction to Co-existing Problems (CEP) in Youth series. Assessment is a multifaceted task of which information-gathering is just one part; just as important are engaging and connecting with the young person, setting the scene for future contact, empowering families, giving information and enhancing well-being.

This module will briefly discuss the three levels of assessment and provide specific information on comprehensive assessment for young people presenting with CEP.

In this module you will learn:

  • The goals of CEP assessment
  • Key aspects of a comprehensive assessment
  • Risk assessment
  • How to complete a formulation 
  • Diagnosis

Overview of the CEP Courses.

This course is part of the Introduction to the Co-existing Problems in Youth series, and are accessible following completion of CEP 1.

Courses in this series include:

The courses are based closely on the following guideline: 

Co-Existing Problems (CEP) & Youth: A Resource for Enhancing Practice and Service Delivery

Other key related guidelines that will enhance your learning include:

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Certification

Following the course you will find a short quiz designed to help consolidate your learning. When you complete the quiz please hit the 'submit' button to receive your certificate. This course provides 1 MOPs point or 1 hour of CPD.

Acknowledgements

This content has been developed by the Werry Centre, a research, teaching and workforce development centre for child and adolescent mental health, situated within the Department of Psychological Medicine and Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences at the University of Auckland.

The material is presented by the Goodfellow Unit (GFU), an accredited continuing medical education/continuing professional development (CME/CPD) provider for the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners and functions under a tripartite agreement between the Goodfellow Foundation, the College and the University of Auckland. The Unit is located within the Department of General Practice and Primary Health Care, and within the School of Population Health, one of the five Schools within the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences.

Prerequisites:

This CEP course is made available to you upon completion of CEP 1: An Introduction to Co-existing Problems in Youth.

 

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