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Upcoming CE Opportunity!

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Join us during Homecoming for a Continuing Education session titled "Identification and Treatment of Mood Disorders," presented by FNU faculty member Dr. Kevin Scalf. This CE session is being offered in-person and online for $50 per person.

Mood disorders are among the most common psychiatric disorders but present a unique challenge to the primary care provider. Although referral to a mental health provider is often initiated, significant wait times occur before an appointment is available for the patient.  This CE presentation will contain information that will assist the primary care provider in bridging the treatment gap until the mental health provider can see the patient.

By the end of the CE session, the participant will be able to:
1.  Identify patient information that is part of a psychiatric risk assessment.
2. Differentiate between Major Depressive Disorder, Persistent Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorders, and Cyclothymia.
3. Identify key treatment strategies for patients experiencing Major Depressive Disorder, Persistent Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorders, and Cyclothymia.



Other Free CEU opportunities for preceptors


DynaMed Access for Preceptors

Clinical students can give access to DynaMed to their preceptor(s) by following the instructions below. 

  1. Students should go to the library website and click on DynaMed (under Clinical Resources), logging in to the portal as necessary.

  2. Click “Sign In” on the right side of the page.

  3. Click “Register now.”

  4. Have preceptor(s) complete the form using their email address and other personal information and click “Register.”

  5. Once the account is set up, preceptor(s) can go to, click on “Sign In” in the upper right, and enter their account information. 

  6. The account information can also be used to sign into the mobile app, which can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play store. 

Instructions for students to obtain the DynaMed mobile app can be found at 

For more information contact:

Billie Anne Gebb 

Director of Library Services

(859) 251-4731


For additional assistance with accessing the DDAT/MDAT Assessments, please refer to our DDAT/MDAT Troubleshooting Tips.