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Provider Events

Superior offers several professional development and continuing education opportunities throughout the year. These events are designed to support providers and health care professionals by improving the quality of care, services and, ultimately, patient outcomes.

Psych Advice for The Pediatric Primary Care Provider

Children’s Health offers continuing education trainings from PCPs. Their series Psych Advice for the Pediatric Primary Care Provider aims increase children’s access to mental health care by increasing PCP’s knowledge and comfort in managing behavioral health concerns.

Pediatricians and their medical team will learn ways to assess and make simple diagnoses for common behavior/mental health concerns in children and adolescents. Tools learned in this educational series will lessen referrals to mental health practitioners for simple behavioral concerns and decrease the frequency of Emergency Department referrals. Sessions are held every 2nd Wednesday of each month from 12:30PM- 1:30PM (CST). Find all trainings and additional continuing education resources at

See topics, speaker’s and registration details below:

Time: 12:30PM- 1:30PM (CST)

Speakers: Dr. Nithya Mani and Puja Patel Ph.D.  

Training Objectives:

  • Explain the types of mental health accommodations available within a school setting for different diagnoses
  • Discuss types of school based interventions for specific diagnoses
  • Identify specific ways PCPs can coordinate with school staff to care for students with mental health issues

Access Details and Register

Time: 12:30PM- 1:30PM (CST)

Speaker: Dr. Jessica Moore

Training objectives, details and registration link to be provided once available.

CE Credits: Reducing Stigma Associated with OUD

To help health-care providers learn more about reducing stigma associated with Opioid Use Disorders (OUD), Dell Medical School | The University of Texas at Austin is offering Reducing Stigma Education Tools (ReSET). Negative stigma towards individuals living with addiction or OUD, whether conscious or not, can create a barrier for individuals accessing health care and receiving appropriate treatment. It can also contribute to feelings of shame, mistrust of providers, avoidance of health-care encounters and overall suboptimal health outcomes.

Register and learn more about the event below:


Any time

Dell Medical School is offering online, interactive learning modules to reduce stigma surrounding OUD. The two modules include original video content of individuals with lived experience in recovery. They also cover important OUD topics including:

  • The history and historical importance of stigma.
  • How stigma reduces access to care.
  • Steps participants can take to eliminate stigma, including appropriate language and motivational interviewing.
  • Medications for OUD.

These modules are available at no cost to providers, and Continuing Education (CE) credits are also available for physicians, nurses, social workers and pharmacists.   

To register and learn more, please visit the Reducing Stigma Education Tools (ReSET) webpage.

Please Note: If it is your first time to register for a Dell Medical School learning module, you will need to create an account. To create an account, please visit the Dell Medical School Account Registration webpage.