July 2016 Webinar:
Mentoring Scientist Practitioners
A CFHA Research and Evaluation SIG Webinar
Wednesday, July 13th, 2016 at 1:00 PM EST
This webinar introduces basic concepts about taking a “scientist practitioner” approach to delivery of primary care behavioral health services. Presenters include Patti Robinson, Heidi Joshi, and Javier Luna. In the CFHA mentor program, Patti has served as a mentor to Heidi and Javier over the past year. The mentoring program offers an opportunity for clinicians to further develop their research and program evaluation skills. Heidi will present data related to systematic implementation of the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) model in a large healthcare system with many primary care clinics. Javier will present data related to evolving a PCBH program in a small rural clinic, including addressing Primary Care Clinician stress and identifying high impact patient groups. Participants registered for the webinar will receive copies of the tools used in data collection.
Patricia Robinson, PhD
Patti Robinson, PhD is currently the Director of Training and Program Evaluation for Mountainview Consulting Group (www.Mtnviewconsulting.com). This company was founded in 1998 and won the APA Presidential Innovative Practice Award in 2009. Current projects include consulting, training and writing. Clients at this time include Multnomah County Public Health Department in Portland, OR; Indiana Health Clinics; Primary Care Association of DC; Community Health Care of Pierce County, and University of Texas Rio Grande Valley School of Medicine. Dr. Robinson provides trainings in primary care behavioral health and Focused Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (FACT) all over the world, including Hong Kong, Sweden, Finland, the Netherlands, Spain, Germany, Italy, Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand and the US. She is committed to healthcare transformation and to improving care to all patients, particularly medically underserved. Her interests also include prevention science and use of contextual behavioral science and principles of pro-social group design to enhancing clinician resiliency and primary care team effectiveness. Earlier in her career, she worked as a researcher and clinician for Group Health Cooperative in Seattle, WA and as a Behavioral Health Consultant for Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic in Toppenish, WA. She has 50 professional publications, including 10 books.
Heidi Joshi, PhD
Dr. Heidi Joshi, Psy.D, a licensed psychologist, has done pioneering work in the medical home model, working with both at-risk adults and children in a diverse urban setting in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Joshi studied at Northwestern University where she received a Master of Science in Marital and Family Therapy. She earned her Doctorate in Psychology from Alliant International University and did her doctoral fellowship at UC Davis Medical School. She was possibly the first person who is blind to be on faculty at a medical school (Oregon Health and Science University) and as a pioneer has been a strong advocate for inclusion for many underrepresented populations.
Javier Luna, PhD
Dr. Javier Luna is a licensed clinical psychologist and the Director of Integrated Health Services at a Federally Qualified Health Center in Winters, California. There, he has implemented and sustained a successful model of integrated behavioral health and health coaching into primary care since 2012. With a population health focus, the integration model has continuously achieved a wide in-reach into the general clinic population, assisting primary care providers, and allowing greater access for patients to receive help for behavioral health conditions. Dr. Luna received his Ph.D., from Seattle Pacific University in 2010 and has continuously strived to improve the health of patients and the community in which he serves through these integrated services as well as leading a collaborative effort to implement a Relationship Based Model of Care. He currently lives in Sacramento with his wife Molly of 15 years and their 4 children.
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