Pediatric Integration Part 2: Opportunities in Early Childhood
The U.S. is amid a youth mental health crisis, with alarming increases in youth suicide rates in recent years. Youth of all ages, especially youth of color and other marginalized identities, have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, rising social media use, community violence and natural disasters.
Join us for our webinar, Pediatric Integration Opportunities in Early Childhood, on Thursday, Dec. 21, 2-3 p.m. ET, to gather insights from integrated care clinicians and experts who will describe the recent youth mental health crisis and discuss opportunities for leveraging pediatric integrated care.
Pediatric integration can be a key strategy to improve health outcomes among children and young people, giving them access to comprehensive and equitable care to live long, healthy lives. Integrated care models targeting early childhood identify and support the comprehensive health needs of children and their families during the child’s first three years of critical development, with long-term positive impacts.