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WHO_PIR_ID 2nd Web-con_Selection of interventions - Shared screen with speaker view
Marc J. Tasse (Ohio State Nisonger Center)
34:39
Thank you. That explanation is very helpful.
Marc J. Tasse (Ohio State Nisonger Center)
42:00
Yes
Kerim Munir
43:16
Yes
Audrey Thurm Seiler
45:12
yes
Ashok Roy
45:17
yes
Kim Bulkeley
45:24
Yes
Mohamed
45:38
yes
Kenneth Poon
45:40
Yes.
Rachael Wanjagua
45:53
yes
Laurence Taggart
45:54
OK
Agostina Ciampa
45:54
yes
Angela Morgan
45:56
Yes
Ashok Roy
46:55
include
Kim Bulkeley
46:57
Phobias Yes
Audrey Thurm Seiler
47:50
yes for phobias
Rachael Wanjagua
47:54
include
Kerim Munir
48:01
Yes
Marc J. Tasse (Ohio State Nisonger Center)
48:14
Yes
CAVALLERA, Vanessa
49:04
Sorry I need to step away for 10 minutes
Ashok Roy
54:48
We need to underscore the need for any practitioner to be suitably trained for all interventions
Kenneth Poon
01:00:32
Thanks @rachael. This is precisely the point that I was concerned about in some of the low income contexts that I have some familiarity with.
Agostina Ciampa
01:06:15
Thank you Kim! I’ll say yes, then!
Kenneth Poon
01:07:14
Thanks so much for your comments and reassurances. I'd go for a Yes then.
Angela Morgan
01:08:00
Include
Karma Lhaki
01:08:04
include
Kerim Munir
01:08:10
Yes
Mohamed
01:08:22
include
Rajendra K M
01:08:23
include
Laurence Taggart
01:08:37
Given the detailed discussion which has highlighted the issues I would include
Laurence Taggart
01:10:13
Definitely
Agostina Ciampa
01:10:17
Yes
Rachael Wanjagua
01:10:25
include
Karma Lhaki
01:10:34
Include
Kim Bulkeley
01:10:48
Include
Marc J. Tassé
01:11:03
Yes
Laurence Taggart
01:11:49
There is growing research that adolescents and adults with ID are using/abusing substances to cope with the pain of trauma and isolation/loneliness
Agostina Ciampa
01:15:24
psychotic disorders as well
Marc J. Tassé
01:15:29
Schizophrenia/psychosis
Laurence Taggart
01:16:35
Sounds logical
CAVALLERA, Vanessa
01:22:43
I agree
Agostina Ciampa
01:22:55
Yes, I agree with Marc. Thanks
Kim Bulkeley
01:25:14
Include
Rachael Wanjagua
01:25:29
include
Agostina Ciampa
01:25:39
Include
Ashok Roy
01:25:40
yes include
Audrey Thurm Seiler
01:25:43
Include
Laurence Taggart
01:25:46
of course
Angela Morgan
01:25:47
include
Mohamed
01:25:49
include
Karma Lhaki
01:26:01
include
Marc J. Tassé
01:26:01
include
Rajendra K M
01:26:22
include
Kerim Munir
01:29:17
Yes
CAVALLERA, Vanessa
01:33:49
Yes again I think this is another cross cutting issue
Marc J. Tassé
01:38:44
Consultation is also an option often used. Treatment intervention remains with the "team" with guidance from a specialist professional
Ashok Roy
01:45:19
good idea
Laurence Taggart
01:45:32
more appropriate
Kerim Munir
01:45:35
I agree
Kim Bulkeley
01:45:38
Sounds more inclusive
Marc J. Tassé
01:45:43
Yes
Angela Morgan
01:45:44
agree
Kenneth Poon
01:45:45
Agree
Agostina Ciampa
01:45:47
sounds good to me
Audrey Thurm Seiler
01:45:51
Yes
Mohamed
01:45:58
yes definitely
Agostina Ciampa
01:46:07
yes!
Rajendra K M
01:46:07
agree
Marc J. Tassé
01:47:25
How is this different from Assessment of Mental Health? (previously listed)
Kerim Munir
01:47:52
Yes
Kim Bulkeley
01:50:28
Agree
Rajendra K M
01:50:36
agree
Angela Morgan
01:50:39
Agree
Mohamed
01:50:40
agree
Audrey Thurm Seiler
01:50:50
Yes
Ashok Roy
01:51:04
include
Kenneth Poon
01:51:05
Yes
Kerim Munir
01:51:13
Yes
Laurence Taggart
01:51:19
Include
Kenneth Poon
01:52:26
Include
Laurence Taggart
01:55:06
Yes.
Kerim Munir
01:55:08
Yes
Agostina Ciampa
01:55:09
Yes
Rachael Wanjagua
01:55:12
yes
Kim Bulkeley
01:55:14
Yes
Marc J. Tassé
01:55:18
Yes
Angela Morgan
01:56:24
Yes
Mohamed
01:56:39
yes
Marc J. Tassé
01:58:38
I am not familiar with "interpersonal psychotherapy" can you explain it?
Marc J. Tassé
01:59:55
Thank you
Laurence Taggart
02:01:32
Same reason as before, evidence is strong in the general population but methodologically weak in the IDD population. I do not have experience of this intervention and do not know of any current research being undertaken in this field
Kenneth Poon
02:02:06
Likewise here. I do not feel qualified to comment on it.
Kerim Munir
02:02:26
People with ID were excluded as a criterion of participation in these studies — ethical problem
Laurence Taggart
02:02:37
Evidence not strong, doesn’t appear to be new research in this area, I would exclude
Ashok Roy
02:02:44
include
Kerim Munir
02:02:49
Include
Audrey Thurm Seiler
02:03:35
I also agree with that comment and wonder if there is enough evidence here - especially for a manualized treatment that has not been translated
Kerim Munir
02:08:23
I think as an evidence based treatment IPT is included in treatment of persons with depression and if a person with ID has depression, IPT ought to be included
Marc J. Tassé
02:14:25
Can we move IPT to Depression?
Kerim Munir
02:19:21
I agree with Marc, it should be under depression in ID
Ashok Roy
02:19:40
Agree
Laurence Taggart
02:19:42
In light of Kermin and Ashok comments I change my decision to include but targeted for depression
Marc J. Tassé
02:19:42
include
Kim Bulkeley
02:19:43
I am not familiar with the intervention but with Kerims expertise it sounds important for including with a depression target
Ashok Roy
02:20:42
include for emotional disorders
Agostina Ciampa
02:20:45
I’m not familiar with the intervention at all. Sorry
Angela Morgan
02:20:50
Include
Audrey Thurm Seiler
02:20:58
Can we return to it later?
Kerim Munir
02:25:59
Yes
Kenneth Poon
02:27:33
It sounds to me that this is covered under the assessment of emotional functions.The ICF definition is as follows: Specific mental functions related to the feeling and affective components of the processes of the mind.Inclusionsfunctions of appropriateness of emotion, regulation and range of emotion; affect; sadness, happiness, love, fear, anger, hate, tension, anxiety, joy, sorrow; lability of emotion; flattening of affect
Marc J. Tassé
02:30:03
include
Ashok Roy
02:30:25
include
Kenneth Poon
02:30:27
I see... then include
Kim Bulkeley
02:30:37
Include
Rachael Wanjagua
02:30:47
yes
Angela Morgan
02:30:47
include
Laurence Taggart
02:30:51
ok
Audrey Thurm Seiler
02:30:52
Include
Marc J. Tassé
02:31:55
Absolutely
Agostina Ciampa
02:31:57
Yes!
Angela Morgan
02:31:59
Yes
Laurence Taggart
02:32:01
yes
Kim Bulkeley
02:32:02
Definitely
Rachael Wanjagua
02:32:03
yes
Karma Lhaki
02:32:03
yes
Audrey Thurm Seiler
02:32:07
YES!
Kerim Munir
02:32:07
Yes
Ashok Roy
02:32:08
yes absolutely
Kenneth Poon
02:32:19
yes
Kerim Munir
02:37:32
SSRI - Yes
Kim Bulkeley
02:37:34
yes
Ashok Roy
02:37:38
Include SSRIs
Angela Morgan
02:37:39
SSRI yes
Agostina Ciampa
02:37:41
yes
Laurence Taggart
02:37:49
Include SSRIs
Ashok Roy
02:38:36
do not specify
Kerim Munir
02:38:47
Agree with Ashok
Kim Bulkeley
02:38:56
It would allow for changes as the studies evolve. Don't specify
Kerim Munir
02:40:09
All ages, caution for children <5 years
Laurence Taggart
02:41:02
We need to be guided by the evidence for each of these three populations. Im not a psychiatrist but think better prescribed for young adults / adults not young children
Ashok Roy
02:41:02
Agree. best to avoid th every young
Kerim Munir
02:42:51
Disagree 6-12 should be included
Kerim Munir
02:45:13
These are very safe medications if they are monitored and dose titrated
Laurence Taggart
02:45:31
I would like to see evidence for prescribing in young er children
Ashok Roy
02:45:44
Sorry should have been clearer very young is 5 nd below!
Kim Bulkeley
02:45:50
Think about it more
Angela Morgan
02:46:33
Difficult as not my area but am comfortable to be guided by the experts here
Laurence Taggart
02:48:31
Bye
Kim Bulkeley
02:48:36
Thank you Bye
Rachael Wanjagua
02:48:36
bye
Mohamed
02:48:39
thank you. bye
KENTROU EUAGGELIA
02:48:44
thank you