The purpose of this presentation is to introduce educators and trainers to a competency-based curriculum that prepares physicians to practice integrated behavioral health in primary care. The curriculum is based on competencies, supported by our research findings, and includes online modules, videos, and a live workshop. We will review the curriculum and share training outcomes from a pilot study with several residency programs.
- Describe a competency-based, multi-modal curriculum for medical residents
- Practice core physician skills for integrated behavioral health practice
- Discuss strategies for implementing the curriculum
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