WISCCAP publishes this online newsletter on an ongoing basis that is currently overseen by the President. Any newsletter submissions should be submitted to Dr. Swift at   At the beginning of each year, the newsletter will be archived for future reference. 


Saturday, April 8, 2017, 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Theme: Juvenile Justice in Wisconsin
The Delafield Hotel, Delafield, WI
Members met at the The Delafield Hotel to discuss "Juvenile Justice in Wisconsin" that included an excellent line-up of speakers:  
  • John D. Paquin, Administrator, Division of Juvenile Corrections, Wisconsin Department of Corrections
  • Mark Mertens, MSW, Administrator, Delinquency and Court Services Division, Milwaukee County Department of Health and Human Services
  • Teresa Steinmetz, Children, Youth and Families Section Chief, Bureau of Prevention, Treatment & Recovery Division of Care and Treatment Services, Wisconsin Department of Health Services
  • Tracy Johnson, PsyD, Head of Mental Health, Division of Juvenile Corrections, Wisconsin Department of Corrections
Over 30 people registered for the meeting that had lively discussions and informative Q&A sessions.


WISCCAP 2016 Annual Meeting (download flier)
April 7-9, 2016
The Deleafield Hotel, Delafield, WI 
Members met for three days with an exceptional turnout with almost a third of the membership attending. Greg Fritz, MD, President of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP), was our invited keynote speaker. Dr. Fritz gave two superb presentations: "Child Psychiatrists Adapt to the Electronic Medical Record . . . or Do They?" and "Pediatric Integrated Care: Children are NOT Short Adults." You can view Dr. Fritz's two slideshow presentations below as well as three additional handouts/references that served as background information for his talks.
Gregory K. Fritz, MD, AACAP Presidential Address

Attendees received three CME credits for their participation form the Medical College of Wisconsin Office of Continuing and Professional Education. The official attendee feedback on the conference was highly laudatory.  It is fair to say that folks left the meeting satisfied and with a new sense of commitment to the WISCCAP.

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