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SfHP Virtual Programming Series:
Practice Management in Integrated Primary Care (IPC): Innovations and Expansion in COVID-19 and Beyond
Come join us for an overview of practice management within IPC settings and new practice adaptations arising during the pandemic. Topics related to increased tele-mental health and telework deployment, addressing issues of health equity, leading and supporting interdisciplinary teams in a changing work environment, and caring for ourselves as we care for others.
The suggested target audience is all health psychologists and the content is appropriate for intermediate to advanced levels.
1) Describe lessons learned nationally from APA’s Integrated Primary Care advisory group, and Committee on Colleague Assistance (ACCA) related to both IPC practice and the promotion of wellness and performance of psychologists COVID-19 for application in their own workplaces
2) Discuss best practice adaptations of an IPC practice locally during COVID-19 and strategies for supporting interdisciplinary team members during COVID-19, including proactively addressing issues related to health equity, and how to apply to their own settings
3) Apply lessons learned regarding IPC operations, performance metrics, and training adaptations during telework deployment across a national system during COVID-19 to their own settings
Jessica Martin, PsyD, Education and Implementation Specialist, VA Center for Integrated Healthcare, Department of Veterans Affairs
Stacy Ogbeide, PsyD, ABPP, Associate Professor, Dept. of Family & Community Medicine Director of Behavioral Health Education-Family Medicine Residency, Primary Care Track Coordinator-Psychology Internship (Dept. of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences), UT Health San Antonio
Erin F. Swedish, PhD, MBA, Director, Health Integration, Office of Health & Healthcare Financing, American Psychological Association
Madeline Konsor, MS, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science
Monday, October 18, 2021 at 1:00 pm EST
*Please adjust for your time zone. The call will not exceed one hour.
It will be recorded for future viewing and will be posted to the SfHP website soon after the event.
One hour of FREE CE credit will be granted upon completion of the event and evaluation*
Credit granted for live attendance only.
FREE for all 2021-2022 SfHP members.
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*Registration will close at 5:00 pm Eastern time on Wednesday, October 13. Registration is limited to 100 participants.
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CE programming provided by the Society for Health Psychology is co-sponsored by the APA, Society of Clinical Psychology (SCP), CE Committee, who is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education of psychologists. The APA SCP CE Committee maintains responsibility for this program and its contents. *SCP is not an approved CE Sponsor for the state of New York.
SCP members may register for free CE credit for this event through the SCP website: div12.org.
Neither the presenters, the Society for Health Psychology, nor the Society of Clinical Psychology, Division 12 have commercial support for the content of this webinar (including but not limited to endorsement of products, conflict of interest including but not limited to research grants, royalties for books or training, commercial support from companies or pharmaceutical sponsorship).
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