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As part of the Northern Colorado Medical Society (NCMS) strategic plan to address behavioral health issues, NCMS and the Boulder County Medical Society will host a virtual education seminar on Wednesday, Oct. 25 at 6 p.m. The topic is “Behavioral Health Assessments and Understanding the Relationship Between Suicidality and Homicidality.”  Attendees will receive up to 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. 

The speaker is Supervisory Special Agent Gabriel Krug who works with the FBI Behavioral Task Force on statewide issues. Before joining Behavioral Analysis Unit 1, he investigated international drug smuggling, violent crime, and terrorism.  Prior to joining the FBI, SSA Krug served 12 years in the United States Coast Guard. He conducted Aids to Navigation, Search and Rescue and Maritime Law Enforcement missions.

This presentation includes a Q&A. There will be a participant evaluation after the presentation.

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Target Audience: Physicians (MD, DO), PAs, NPs, APNs, and behavioral health professionals

Objective: We’re educating physicians on assessment tools and local resources available for mental healthcare based on the needs of our local area.

Competencies: Medical knowledge, professionalism, interpersonal and communication skills, teamwork, and to provide patient-centered care


6 p.m.: Introduction and mission by NCMS President Dr. Sean Pauzauskie.

6:05 p.m.: SSA Gabriel Krug presents on educational topic – “Behavioral Health Assessments:  Understanding the Relationship Between Suicidality and Homicidality”

6:50 p.m.: Q&A with the audience via chat/raise hands.

7 p.m.: Dr. Pauzauskie shares local resources and contact information