Because individuals with dementia become increasingly dependent upon others as their illness progresses, dementia care requires the involvement and
Approximately one in five adults with Type II diabetes experiences depressive symptoms which affect self-management of overall health and well-being.
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
An important question to behavioral health in primary care is how important is it to maintain continuity of providers? This presentation will review
Attendees will learn about Whole Health patient-driven care, where what patients value regarding their health and well-being is the focus of care.