The National Register of Health Service Psychologists is working with a videographer firm to develop a training series in integrated care. We need a letter sized, portrait orientation, one-pat, front sided, glossy flyer to promote the series.
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Title: The National Register’s Integrated Healthcare Training Series
Featuring noted experts Drs. Parinda Khatri, Neftali Serrano, Bob McGrath, Kent Corso, Jeff Reiter, Marlin Hoover, Jeff Goodie, Morgan Sammons, Mrs. Natalie Levkovich, and more.
This training covers
· concepts in primary care such as the Triple Aim, collaborating with medical personnel, reverse integration, and the behavioral healthcare consultation.
· Treating medical conditions in primary care including hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease, arthritis and obesity.
· Treating psychosocial conditions in primary care including depression, ADHD, insomnia, chronic pain, trauma and substance abuse.
· Operating in healthcare systems including financing, EHRs, population based care, privacy, and case examples.
Dr. Morgan T. Sammons, PhD, ABPP said of the training, “Many of our early and mid-career members are interested in working in integrated primary care, but didn’t get the requisite training in graduate school. We are developing our training series to be both conceptually and clinically relevant, and accessible to a large population of psychologists through NationalRegister.org and our continuing education website. We hope our training series will provide the introduction psychologists need to enter and thrive in the integrated primary care environment.”
Find out more at http://www.nationalregister.org. National Register credentialed psychologists can watch the video series and earn free continuing education at http://www.ce.nationalregister.org.