At-Risk in Primary Care Adolescents - 5 Licenses



At-Risk in Primary Care - Adolescents is a simulation on applying evidence-based techniques to screen adolescents for depression and suicide using evidence-based tools, conduct brief interventions, and coordinate referrals to treatment.

This virtual patient simulation provides hands-on practice applying motivational interviewing to engage adolescent patients in important conversations about mental health in a primary care context.

LENGTH: 30 minutes

At-Risk in Primary Care: Adolescents is approved for 0.75 ANCC CNE, 0.75 CME AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™, and 1.0 NASW contact hours


  • Adolescent mental health disorders, prevalence, and consequences
  • Screening for mental health and suicide risk using evidence-based tools
  • Warning signs and risk factors for mental health conditions
  • Motivational interviewing techniques and how to best use them when speaking with adolescent patients about mental health
  • Coordinating referrals to specialist treatment and follow-up care
  • Clinical cases to practice leading challenging conversations on these topics

    NOTE: Login access information will be emailed to you. The licenses will remain active for 1 year after purchase and each license is valid for one user. A downloadable, printable certificate of completion will be awarded upon completion of the training.