In this video, Debra Koss, MD discusses how the New Jersey Psychiatric Association has been a longtime supporter of the pediatric collaborative care model, starting as early as August 2010. She shares the major milestones achieved over the past 12 years to expand on the work of NJPPC. Dr. Koss also provides the three main pillars of NJPA’s 2021-2022 scope of work including communication to promote awareness, education on the latest evidence-based treatments and advocacy for policies that support the implementation and sustainability of the pediatric collaborative care model.
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