Evaluation and Intervention services are supported by the Patient Advocates Reporting System (PARS). Vanderbilt University Medical Center created the Center for Patient & Professional Advocacy (CPPA) in early 2003 under the direction of Gerald B. Hickson, MD, Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs. Mission: The CPPA's mission is to promote patient and professional satisfaction with healthcare experiences and restrain escalating costs associated with patient dissatisfaction. We pursue our mission through the CPPA's inter-related functions of research, teaching, and intervention services.
Play Nicely is a video series developed by a professor of pediatrics for parents of and for teachers and day care providers who are responsible for pre-school age children. The video series offers advice on how to deal with anti-social and violent behavior among pre-school children and the best methods for modifying such behavior.
Contextualized feedback intervention and training protocol is a form assessment. It enables behavioral healthcare practitioners to assess and categorize the behavioral health status of patients in a mental health context. It also provides a training protocol for providers.