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Project TEACH

The ProviderFirst Webinar Series is designed to inform you about new developments, clinical best practices, programs, and collaborations to improve patient care.

We invite you and your staff to take advantage of this free educational opportunity.

Date recorded: Thursday, November 2, 2017

Designed for: Pediatricians, family physicians, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, and other providers.

Project TEACH is an innovative program funded by the New York State Office of Mental Health. The goal of the program is to strengthen and support the ability of pediatric primary care providers (PCPs) to integrate behavioral health into primary care settings for children, youth, and their families facing mild to moderate mental health conditions. Participants in the webinar are eligible to receive 1 Prescribed CME Credit from the American Academy of Family Physicians. 

All participants receive 1 Prescribed CME credit from the American Academy of Family Physicians. After viewing the webinar, please complete our CME evaluation form by clicking the button below. You will receive a CME Participation Certificate within one to two business days of completing the evaluation.

Learn about the speaker

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Dr. Jeffery M. Daly
Medical Director Of Child and Adolescent Outpatient Services at Four Winds Saratoga

Dr. Jeffery M. Daly is the Medical Director of Child and Adolescent Outpatient Services at Four Winds Saratoga with responsibility for clinical and administrative direction of the outpatient child services. Prior to joining Four Winds Saratoga, Dr. Daly completed a residency in general psychiatry at Brown University, followed by a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at Harvard University. Notable is his 10 years leading the CAPES Program for Primary Care Physicians, a program that he created and continues to serve as its Medical Director.