A true Midwest native, Scott was born and raised in Akron, Ohio. He earned his medical degree from Saint Louis University School of Medicine after receiving his bachelor of science in neuroscience with an additional major in international studies and Spanish minor from Saint Louis University as well. He is thrilled to be on his next stop west living in the desert surrounded by stunning mountains and awe-inspiring skies. His interests include hiking, camping, climbing and travel. He is passionate about teaching and enjoys considering cultural influences in psychiatry in addition to sexual health.
- Describe the types of scams, characteristics of scams, scam prevalence and harms.
- Understand the underlying psychological vulnerabilities of victims, techniques used by scammers and current psychological explanations of scam victimization.
- Employ strategies for intervention and obtain resources for support when faced with someone who is victim to a scam.
THIS PRESENTATION IS NOT ELIGIBLE FOR AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.
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