The more than 30 participating pediatricians, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, counselors, and HIV program managers work with HIV-positive young people in Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, and Malaysia. The training reviewed the global epidemiology of adolescent mental health issues, mental health needs among youth living with HIV in Thailand, psychopharmacology, and assessing suicide risk, and provided an introduction to psychotherapy.
Role play activities based on case studies helped participants assess mental health issues and learn to use standardized screening tools. Participants and leaders of the adolescent mental health training in Bangkok, June The other speakers and moderators, all based in Thailand, included Drs. Thanyawee Puthanakit from Chulalongkorn University. Saowaluck Silalai, a pediatrician from Pattani Hospital in Thailand.
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