Continuing Education

CPAN at The University of Texas at Tyler Health Science Center (HSC) 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.  One CME credit is granted to PCPs who attend the entire session. To obtain the session link, email .
  • ECHO Series. Held virtually several times annually. Registration required. To register, email .What is ECHO at The Health Science Center?
      •   Using proven adult learning techniques and interactive video technology, the ECHO Model™ connects providers with specialists in regular real-time collaborative sessions.  Our ECHO series includes seven sessions, designed around case-based learning and mentorship by our child and adolescent psychiatrists.  Our small PCP cohorts combine interactive learning and case-based sharing aspects of in-person training with the improved access and convenience of connecting virtually. This specialized training assists primary care providers in gaining the confidence and added expertise required meet the needs of young patients with mild-to-moderate behavioral health needs right in their practices  Access this link for more on the ECHO Model™

    https://hsc.unm.edu/echo/get-involved/

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  • One-to-One Education – Education on topics surrounding child and adolescent mental health, behavioral health planning and treatment options, building a clinic crisis plan and more are available from our team. Give us a call at our toll-free number (1-888-901-2726, option 1, option 3) and we will connect you with a team member to assist.
  • Newsletters – Quarterly newsletters are delivered via email to providers registered with CPAN at HSC.  Included in each newsletter is the section ‘Hot Topics in Mental Health’ where our psychiatrists share insights, best practices, and additional links for a deeper dive into a specific mental health topic.
  • Articles – Registered CPAN providers receive periodic articles on child and adolescent mental health topics sent from our team that originate from sources such as The American Academy of Pediatrics and The Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
  • Conferences – Information about conferences with focus on pediatric mental health are sent to registered CPAN providers.  There may be a fee for conferences and providers are encouraged to connect directly with the conference for more information.