Continuing Education

CPAN at The Health Science Center at UT Tyler provides many options for building the knowledge base of providers around child and adolescent mental health.  All education is funded by the State of Texas and there are no additional fees for providers. Continuing Medical Education (CME). Held twice monthly, virtually noon-1 p.m.  No registration required.  … Read more

CPAN FAQ

What is CPAN? CPAN is a network of child psychiatry access centers staffed by child psychiatrists and other mental health professionals that provide telemedicine-based consultation, care coordination and training to providers, to assist in with identifying and treating mental health needs in their patients through age 22.  What type of help does CPAN offer?  Services … Read more

CPAN Web Links

The use of evidence-based screening tools is crucial when assessing the status and making a diagnosis for a patient suffering with a mental health disorder.  We have compiled a vast array of screening tools to assist you in your assessment, including those for depression, anxiety, PTSD, mood disorders, non-suicidal self-injury and more.  These tools are … Read more

Assessment & Screening Tools

The use of evidence-based screening tools is crucial when assessing the status and making a diagnosis for a patient suffering with a mental health disorder.  We have compiled a vast array of screening tools to assist you in your assessment, including those for depression, anxiety, PTSD, mood disorders, non-suicidal self-injury and more.  These tools are … Read more

  The Child Psychiatry Access Network (CPAN) is a network of 12 regional hubs seated in academic health-related institutions across Texas that assist providers to meet the mental health needs of children and adolescents. These services include: (1) consultation with child psychiatrists on differential diagnosis, medication recommendations and management assistance, (2) experienced therapist assistance for … Read more

Northeast Texas Community Health Worker’s Coalition Conference

Join us for the 7th Annual Northeast Texas Community Health Workers’ Coalition Conference. This one-day conference is designed for Community Health Workers (CHWs), Community Health Worker Instructors (CHWIs), CHW/CHWI supervisors and employers as well as community stakeholders. This year we will offer a limited in-person or virtual conference option. All registered participants will be offered … Read more

TASK Conference Registration East Texas Trauma and Abuse Services for Kids (TASK) Conference will be hosted virtually on Friday, April 30, 2021 7:45 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Sessions will be conducted virtually through Microsoft Teams. Download Brochure   For more information, contact: (903) 877-7649