Approximately one in five adults with Type II diabetes experiences depressive symptoms which affect self-management of overall health and well-being.
K03 – Going Beyond Patient- and Family-Centered Dementia Care: The Need to Explore the Multisystemic Family Terrain
Because individuals with dementia become increasingly dependent upon others as their illness progresses, dementia care requires the involvement and
D06 – Tapping Into Values in Shared Decision-Making
Managing emotions at decision points in care is a challenge in the time-limited environment of providing patient care. This is exacerbated for
Linkage: Connecting Addiction Medicine to Primary Care; Empowering Patients to Take a leading Role in Managing their Overall Health
Research has shown that higher activation and engagement with health care is associated with better self-management. To our knowledge, the linkage
Changing the Trajectory of Chronic Pain in Primary Care: Steps, Stages, and Challenges from a Multidisciplinary Team
This presentation will provide a timeline from investigating chronic pain issues within a primary care clinic through the launching of evidence-based
Good to Great: Improving Interdisciplinary Team Dynamics and Optimizing Evidence-Based Delivery of Integrated Behavioral Health Using RELATED
Relational Team Development (RELATED) is a novel intervention that increases adherence to evidence-based components of integrated behavioral health
Behavioral Health Continuity in Primary Care: Controversy, Evidence, and Future Research
An important question to behavioral health in primary care is how important is it to maintain continuity of providers? This presentation will review
Using Technology to Deliver a Holistic Approach for Management of Chronic Health Conditions/Pain
Attendees will learn about Whole Health patient-driven care, where what patients value regarding their health and well-being is the focus of care.