Patients' Family Members as Linchpins in Integrated Primary Care
Friday, November 7, 2014 12:00 PM EST
Dr. Barry Jacobs
As our population ages and the incidence of chronic illnesses rises, patients' family members increasingly will be seen as the linchpins to clinical outcomes. In this webinar, psychologist and family caregiving expert, Barry J. Jacobs, Psy.D. will review the extensive literature on the medical and psychological consequences for family caregivers, review research on the impact of family presence on medical visits, and explore emerging ideas for deputizing family members as integrated healthcare team members. The use of EHR portals for team-family communication, means of handling intrafamily conflicts around healthcare decisions, and issues of patient autonomy and confidentiality will be directly addressed.
| ||Barry J. Jacobs, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist, family therapist and the author of the book, The Emotional Survival Guide for Caregivers - Looking After Yourself and Your Family While Helping an Aging Parent (Guilford, 2006). As a clinician, he specializes in helping families cope with series and chronic illness. As an educator, he works as the Director of Behavioral Sciences
for the Crozer-Keystone Family Medicine Residency Program in Springfield, PA
and has had adjunct faculty positions with the Temple University School of
Medicine, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing and the Department of
Psychology of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He is the
national spokesperson on family caregiving for the American Heart Association
and a member of the AARP Caregivers Advisory Panel. |
Brief Intervention Skills for Primary Care Providers and Behavioral Health Consultants Working in the PCBH Model
Wednesday, November 12, 2014 12:00 PM EST
Patricia Robinson PhD
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Target Audience: Mental and Behavioral Health Professionals
Practice Category: Intermediate
Overview: This webinar provides behavioral health consultants, primary care providers and nurses with an opportunity to consider specific competencies that underlie successful brief interventions in primary care. You will use a tool to briefly assess your skills prior to the webinar. During the webinar, you will learn more about higher levels of expertise in all areas. Additionally, you will have a chance to think about the clinical components of initial and follow-up visits and to ask questions about areas that challenge you. After the webinar, we hope you will apply information to specific career development planning concerning attainment of stronger clinical skills of fundamental importance to delivery of primary care behavioral health services.
- Describe specific core competencies for working briefly in primary care.
- Articulate questions about how to adapt evidence for clinical interventions to the primary care context.
- Describe PCBH group services.
- Discuss the importance of assessment in PCBH services.
| ||Patricia J. Robinson, PhD, is a consultant and trainer for Mountainview Consulting Group in Yakima, Washington. She is a pioneer in ACT and in the design and evaluation of behavioral health services for primary care settings. Her published works include The Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Depression and Behavioral Consultant and Primary Care: A Guide to Integrating Services. |
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