5 Minute Read I have big ideas. Ideas that could potentially change how we deliver health care. Ideas about how behavioral health could potentially be involved in almost every visit in primary care. Ideas about how we can be more involved in all things early detection and prevention. Ideas about how chronic disease management is […]
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3 Minute Read This piece originally appeared on the Huffington Post. Posted here with permission. “You are treating her like she’s a piece of meat,” Tony was shouting angrily at me. I hadn’t the power to change the care his 62-year-old wife was receiving in my hospital’s intensive care unit—for the past two years, I had […]
Happy Holidays everyone! Welcome to the regular Research Review blog post. The post where I save you time searching the integrated/collaborative care research literature by doing all the work myself! Use that time to buy presents for your loved ones. Here are some themes below: First, I continue to see more articles on integrated care […]
3-4 Minute Read With a couple of notable exceptions, the 2019 CFHA conference in Denver was, as my 8 year old would say, epic. The creative plenary sessions were impressive; a surprise opportunity to co-facilitate the women’s health task force discussion group with Helen Coons left me star-struck; Stacy Ogbeide’s session on treating PTSD in […]
5 minute read I had the honor of consulting with a storyteller/filmmaker/documentarian and his staff last year. Many of the stories his team tells requires them to interview people who have been through or witnessed terrible things. I was asked to speak with the filmmaking team about considerations when interviewing trauma survivors. This got me […]
5 minute read Our attention is a precious commodity these days: low supply but high demand. Even now you are “selling” your attention to “buy” the content of this blog post. Thank you! Please come again. We appreciate your business. Imagine the challenge, then, of selling a three-day conference to busy clinicians, managers, researchers, educators, […]
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CFHA Webinar - Selecting and Using Validated Measures in Integrated Primary Care ResearchSelecting and Using Validated Measures in Integrated Primary Care Research, Evaluation, and Clinical Care
December 12th, 2019
Dr. Julie Gass
Most of us have heard about the first two key questions: WHO should use validated assessments (hint: everyone!) and WHY validated assessment is important. In this presentation, we will focus on the next two: WHERE to access validated assessment measures, and HOW to select and choose good measures for your specific research and evaluation questions. We will specifically focus on brief assessments appropriate for IPC settings and will provide a resource guide to attendees.
CFHA Webinar - BHCs, Ponte las Pilas!A Quick Start Guide to Conducting Behavioral Health Consultations in Spanish (a Bilingual Webinar)
Hot Ones with CWFM's BHCsAmelia McClelland sits down with the BHC team from Central Washington Family Medicine and discusses PCBH related topics (including agenda setting, PCBH workflow, self-compassion, introducing BHCs, among others) while eating hot wings.
Dr. Bauman produces these videos in collaboration with the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association, a member-based non-profit whose aim is to make integrated care the standard of care. For more see: http://cfha.net & http://integratedcarenews.com.
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This channel is dedicated to promoting behavioral health integration into primary care in hopes of fortifying and strengthening the system as a whole. Through interviews, role-plays, intervention metaphors, and videos alike, primary care team members of all disciplines can learn the ins and outs of working efficiently and effectively within the primary care system. Additionally, the channel highlights contextual-based behavioral interventions (e.g., focused Acceptance and Commitment Therapy [fACT]) commonly used in primary care. Dr. Bauman produces these videos in collaboration with the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association.