This workshop focuses on new psychosocial research findings. There is a breadth of knowledge and diversity in the arena of psychosocial research for Cystic Fibrosis. This workshop will provide participants an understanding of: 1. the development of a CF-specific Cognitive Behavioral Therapy intervention to prevent depression and anxiety in adults with CF, 2. the prevalence of alcohol and opioid misuse among adults with CF, 3. barriers to adherence identified by adolescents and adults with CF utilizing the Barriers Assessment Screener, 4. implementation of primary palliative care skills for CF care team members, and 5. the implementation of automated psychosocial reports.
Review the latest developments in psychosocial research for individuals living with CF.
Describe the data associated with psychosocial research in the fields of mental health and substance abuse.
Identify the benefits of psychosocial research and implementation of interventions for patients and their families.
Associate Professor of Psychiatry