Designing a behavioral health workshop: Integrated clinical care
© SLACK Incorporated. Studies show that the Collaborative Care Model (CCM) is helpful in providing improved outcomes for patients, particularly those with comorbid psychiatric and medical illness. This type of integrated care is likely to become more common, creating a need for psychiatrists to understand the evolution of this model and suggested methods for implementation. The authors draw upon the literature and provider experience to give psychiatrists the tools to navigate this landscape. Developing a behavioral health workshop is one such tool, and it involves three broad phases: preparation, intervention and activity selection, as well as education and reinforcement.
Vyas, R., Emejuru, J., Gandhi, B., & Norris, L. (2016). Designing a behavioral health workshop: Integrated clinical care. Psychiatric Annals, 46 (5). http://dx.doi.org/10.3928/00485713-20160317-01