Division of Integrated Care & Public Health Research MeetingsAs a global leader in innovation and research in integrated care, we actively foster new ideas and treatments and encourage collaboration. Research Networking Group
Our monthly networking group is for researchers in integrated behavioral health care. Our group is designed to explore ideas, provide feedback on research-in-progress, discuss grant proposals, and make connections. Meetings are routinely held on the fourth Monday of each month. For more information about the meeting or to sign up for email announcements, contact Lindsay Baldwin at firstname.lastname@example.org. Meetings are routinely held on the fourth Monday of each month from 3:30-5:00 PM in the UW Health Sciences Building, Room BB1640. Upcoming Meetings Monday, September 22
Integrated Versus Referral Care for Complex Psychiatric Disorders in Rural FQHCs
Community Health Centers are the nation’s largest and fastest growing network of primary care providers, with 8,000 clinics providing services to 20 million Americans. Mental health conditions are the most commonly reported reasons for visits to Community Health Centers, yet those clinics located in rural areas face substantial challenges managing these patients due to lack of on-site mental health specialists. John Fortney, PhD will be discussing his Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) grant proposal. The purpose of the proposed pragmatic trial is to compare two alternative approaches to care for Community Health Center patients with bipolar disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder. The first approach is integrated care (with telepsychiatry consultation) and the second approach is telepsychiatry referral. Monday, October 27
Topic: Alcohol and opioid addiction engagement and treatment in primary care
Global Mental Health Research Meeting
Join other researchers interested in global mental health issues in an informal meeting focused on discussion and problem solving. We typically meet monthly and send out an agenda the week before via our listserv. To join the listserv visit this link.