- Colleen Cordes, PhD, Clinical Professor, Assistant Dean NTE Faculty, Integrated Behavioral Health Programs, College of Health Solutions, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ
- CR Macchi, PhD, Clinical Associate Professor, Academic Program Lead, Integrated Behavioral Health Programs, College of Health Solutions, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ
- Adrienne Lindsey, MA, DBH, Associate Director, Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy, Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions, Arizona State University, Tucson, AZ
Despite the high prevalence of risky substance use and SUDs, preservice education related to treating SUDs in health and behavioral health professions is inadequate (Babor & Higgins-Biddle, 2009; Dimoff & Sayette, 2017; Russett & Williams, 2014). An interdisciplinary training model was developed and implemented in collaboration with five health disciplines: nursing, social work, clinical psychology, counseling, and integrated behavioral health at a large public university. The implementation and sustainability model was informed by implementation science (Proctor, 2011; Rogers, 2002), and was adaptable across disciplines, enhanced student and faculty knowledge gain, and sustainable for diverse training programs. This session will discuss the implications of an interdisciplinary program for the broader integrated care workforce development programs, including how pilot data related to the impact of delivery modalities (e.g., in-person, online, or hybrid) influences trainee outcomes.
- Identify implementation science frameworks that guide development of interdisciplinary workforce development programs
- Articulate differences in workforce training outcomes by delivery modality (e.g. online, hybrid, in-person)
- Describe implications of an SBIRT training program on the interprofessional workforce
- Dimoff, J. D., Sayette, M. A., & Norcross, J. C. (2017). Addiction training in clinical psychology: Are we keeping up with the rising epidemic? American Psychologist, 72(7), 689-695.
- Sherwood, D.A., Kramlich, D., Rodriguez, K., & Graybeal, C. (2019). Developing a Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) program with multiple health professions programs. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 25, 1-4.
- Russett, J.L. & Williams, A. (2015). An exploration of substance abuse course offerings for students in counseling and social work programs. Substance Abuse, 36, 51-58
- Savage, C.L., Daniels, J., Johnson, J.A., Kesten, K., Finnell, D.S., & Seale, J.P. (2018). The inclusion of substance use-related content in advanced practice registered nurse curricula. Journal of Professional Nursing, 34, 217-220
- Serrano, N., Cordes, C., Cubic, B., & Daub, S. (2018). The state and future of the primary care behavioral health model of service delivery workforce. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 25, 157-168.