Providing Inclusive Family Centered Care in Integrated Healthcare Settings
A Families & Health Webinar | Register Here
Thursday, September 15th, 2022 | 1 PM EDT
Utilizing an inclusive family-centered care approach in integrated healthcare settings assists care teams in effectively addressing the complex care needs of patients and families. To deliver this form of care, integrated healthcare teams must work collaboratively and consider the function of the health system’s clinical, operational, and financial domains that inform the development and sustainability of providing family-centered care to the communities they serve. We invite you to join us for our September webinar, where our interdisciplinary panel will discuss factors that promote the care team’s ability to provide inclusive family-centered care in integrated healthcare settings.
- Consider how the functioning of clinical, operational, and financial domains informs a care team’s ability to provide inclusive family-centered care.
- Discuss the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration in maintaining an inclusive family-centered care approach in integrated healthcare settings.
- Identify considerations for DEI in providing inclusive family-centered care.
Jackie Williams-Reade, PhD is a Professor at Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, CA, where she trains and supervises students in integrated care, conducts and supervises research, and presents nationally on topics related to families and health. She completed her doctorate in Medical Family Therapy from East Carolina University and her postdoctoral fellowship in pediatric palliative care at Johns Hopkins University. Her research interests include the application and advancement of Medical Family Therapy, pediatric illness, utilizing qualitative research to privilege patient and family voices in healthcare, meaning-making and spirituality, and self-of-therapist issues in medical settings. She has over 20 publications including a recent textbook titled Self of the Therapist in Medical Settings: A Sociocultural and Systemic Perspective. She currently serves as a Board Member for the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and is the founding chair of the Family Therapists in Healthcare Interest Network.
Glenda Mutinda, PhD, serves as the Director of Interprofessional Well-being at JPS Health Network. Dr. Mutinda received two Bachelor of Arts degrees from the University of Iowa in Psychology and African American Studies, a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Houston – Clear Lake, and holds a doctoral degree in Medical Family Therapy from East Caroline University. She also completed advanced fellowship training in integrated behavioral medicine and residency education at Saint Mary’s Family Medicine Residency Program. Her current position at JPS allows her direct access to the residents/fellows, oversight of all well-being initiatives, and she holds an integral position in the organization’s overarching Caring for the Caregiver task force. Her interests include well-being of medical trainees and healthcare workers, diversity and health equity, and integrated behavioral medicine.
Dr. Rola Aamar completed her PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy from Texas Tech University, where she focused her clinical research on vulnerable populations and the importance of treatment alliance between patients, the family, and healthcare providers. Dr. Aamar was a SAMHSA Minority Fellowship Program fellow from 2014-2015. She has years of behavioral health clinical experience working with multidisciplinary healthcare teams in primary and specialty treatment where she implemented clinical protocols to address social and relational barriers of care. She is currently a principal consultant at Relias for population health, bringing her clinical and operational knowledge of integrated care, clinical research, and behavioral healthcare to support client use of population performance data to improve clinical performance and patient health outcomes. In this role, she provides clinically informed, data-driven consulting to clients to promote performance improvement.
Gina M. Schueneman DO, serves as the Vice Chair of Family Medicine, Director of Osteopathic Education and Medical Student Clerkship Director at Advocate Illinois Masonic Family Medicine Residency in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Schueneman received a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. She is a graduate of the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine at Midwestern University where she also completed a teaching fellowship in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. She completed her residency training at Advocate Illinois Masonic Family Medicine where she also completed a Faculty Development Fellowship. In her current position she is clinically active in the outpatient and inpatient setting, she teaches medical residents and students, and sits on multiple hospital committees. Most recently she held a position on the national DE&I committee for the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians. Dr. Schueneman is married to her husband, Vince Riley and has two children, Sophia and Henry.