This quality improvement project aims to modify an existing weight management clinical pathway within an internal medicine clinic. This modified
With recent technological advances, behavioral health clinicians are challenged to learn behavioral intervention technologies (BITs) in order to
Patient-centered care has become a dominant focus of the clinical interaction, yet related concepts like shared decision making (SDM) are
B09 – Brief Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain: Guidance for Successful Implementation in Primary Care Behavioral Health
Chronic pain is a highly common yet debilitating condition that significantly impacts daily functioning and quality of life of primary care patients.
The Waco Family Medicine Residency Program, in consultation with faculty of the Massachusetts General Hospital Psychiatry Academy, has created The
The Importance of Social Connections: Innovative Approaches for Reducing Tobacco Use Among Adults with Mental Illness
Prevalence of tobacco use among adults with mental illness is greater than twice than that of the general population. Mental health (MH) recovery is a
Many family physicians may feel ill-equipped to talk about sexual and relational problems and lack the skills to effectively counsel on these matters.
Addressing Trauma Informed Care (TIC) practices in primary care to support providers in screenings, assessment, and holding space for trauma stories.
Effects of Behavioral Medicine Training on Family Medicine Residents’ Perceived Behavioral Medicine Skills and Clinical Documentation of Suicidality
Most presenting problems in primary care have a behavioral factor, which physicians must address. Their ability to do so is even more important when
Attendees will learn about Whole Health patient-driven care, where what patients value regarding their health and well-being is the focus of care.
The primary care clinician is increasingly called upon to manage a wide spectrum of psychiatric disorders from initial presentations of depression and