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Literature on IBH model with immigrants? 1 J. Higgs I just came across this article in PubMed: J Travel Med. 2019 Feb 1;26(2). pii: tay150. doi: 10.1093/jtm/tay150. Rousseau C, Frounfelker RL. Mental health needs and services for migrants: an overview for primary care providers.
by R. Shepardson
Sunday, April 7, 2019
CPAP Adherence 2 A. Derthick My colleague at the VA offers a 4-session group addressing this issue specifically. She is not a CFHA member (yet), but in consultation shared that the basic premise focuses on psychoeducation (e.g., benefits of use, common barriers, equipment maintenance), CBT skills around CPAP-specific thoughts (e.g., "I hate this machine"), sleep hygiene and exposure. Anecdotally, results have been positive, particularly with involvement of our sleep clinic to address medical and equipment questions. Unfortunately, she is not aware of any resources available online for specific materials or tools. It may be worth reaching out to the psychology staff at the Augusta VA Medical Center to see if they have anyone specializing in sleep issues/sleep medicine. It's possible that there is an integrated care psychologist at the Lewiston CBOC that might help, as well. Good luck!
by J. Novi
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
Death, Dying and Grief 2 G. Petit Zarzalejos Thanks for the quick response, and it is a very good point; where I digress is that aim to work on end of life care, rather than primary care. It is certainly a motivation to look at how to integrate care across the board and for end-of -life/high risk settings specifically .The blog is a great resource. thanks again
by G. Petit Zarzalejos
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Care Manager Job Description 2 D. Blocker Hmmm, silence on the list serve, however I found this resource for you: at least will give you a start.
by N. Serrano
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
What Is CFHA's Mission? Your Perspectives. 9 N. Serrano When I stumbled upon CFHA, I knew I found a truly unique organization. It is an organization that values communication among healthcare disciplines on a team. We have to maintain that focus to allow for optimal patient care. Happy, health New Year!
by R. Dublin
Sunday, December 31, 2017
How To Use This Forum 0 N. Serrano Hey everyone! Forums are new to CFHA as of 2018. The great thing is that you can get digests of conversations sent right to your email. Just hit the "Forum Actions" button at the top of the forum you want to receive digests from and click subscribe to digest. That's it.   This forum is intended for any general questions that don't fit any current forums. No holds barred other than we ask everyone to place nice online!
by N. Serrano
Monday, December 11, 2017

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