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Models of Integrated Primary Care---Evolving Roles for Psychologists

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Length: 110 minutes

***Slides from one presenter is currently missing from this session. They will be added when received***

Session offered by Division 38.

This esteemed panel of speakers will review models of integrated primary care in academic, public and private healthcare settings and the evolving and innovative roles for psychologists in these emerging care models. Specifically, the following topics will be reviewed: (a) Integrated Primary Care Models in Academic Health Centers, (b) Integrated Primary Care Models in VA and Military Settings, (c) Integrated Primary Care Models in Community Family Medicine, (d) Integrated Primary Care Models in Federally Qualified Community Health Centers, (e) Toward Achieving Integrated Primary Care within the Indian Health Service, and (f) Integrated Pediatrics and Women’s Primary Care: Roles and Challenges for Independent Practice. After these presentations, the discussant will comment on cross-cutting themes and issues.

Learning Objective 1
Describe models of integrated primary care in academic, public and private health settings.

Learning Objective 2

Presenters: Robert E. McGrath, PhD (Chair); Barbara A. Cubic, PhD; Pamela C. Fischer, PhD; Nancy B. Ruddy, PhD; Darryl S. Salvador, PsyD; Diane J. Willis, PhD; Carolyn S. Schroeder, PhD


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