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A Primer on Conducting Qualitative Research in Integrated Care Settings
Research
A Primer on Conducting Qualitative Research in Integrated Care Settings
Clinicians are often frustrated when empirically supported treatments fail their patients with complex, co-morbid physical and mental conditions, often exacerbated by high ACES scores, oppression, poverty, and racism. Qualitative research,...
A Primer on Conducting Qualitative Research in Integrated Care Settings (NM)
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Research
A Primer on Conducting Qualitative Research in Integrated Care Settings (NM)
Clinicians are often frustrated when empirically supported treatments fail their patients with complex, co-morbid physical and mental conditions, often exacerbated by high ACES scores, oppression, poverty, and racism. Qualitative research,...
A Recipe for Assessing Fidelity in Family and Health Systems
Research
A Recipe for Assessing Fidelity in Family and Health Systems
In this editorial, the authors explain the importance of fidelity in Family and Health Systems. The authors walk you through the challenges and obstacles to fidelity and suggest the creation of a strategic plan to fully assess and maintain your...
A Vision for the Future of Families, Systems, & Health: Focusing of Science at the Point of Care ..:
Research
A Vision for the Future of Families, Systems, & Health: Focusing of Science at the Point of Care ..:
In this article, the authors explain the need for dissemination and implementation science in order to move the field of integrated care. They use the metaphor of a bridge to explain the importance of implementation science to connecting research...
A1: Reverse Engineering: Infusing Compassion into PCBH and Healthcare
Outcomes
A1: Reverse Engineering: Infusing Compassion into PCBH and Healthcare
Reverse Engineering: Infusing Compassion into PCBH and Healthcare Growing research is detailing the importance of healthcare being delivered in a compassionate manner. Unfortunately, and quite ironically, during this same time (i.e.,...
A2: Integrative Medicine for Vulnerable Populations with Opioid Use Disorder
Substance Abuse Treatment
A2: Integrative Medicine for Vulnerable Populations with Opioid Use Disorder
Integrative Medicine for Vulnerable Populations with Opioid Use Disorder The American healthcare system has failed to address the needs of vulnerable patients with multiple, chronic, co-morbid conditions. We focus our attention on the opioid...
A3: How can ACEs, Self-Compassion, and Psychological Flexib Impact Prof Quality of Life & Burnout?
Clinical Intervention
A3: How can ACEs, Self-Compassion, and Psychological Flexib Impact Prof Quality of Life & Burnout?
How can ACEs, Self-Compassion, and Psychological Flexibility Impact Professional Quality of Life and Burnout? Traumatic childhood events have the potential to shape later life experiences and choices (Layne et al., 2014). Felitti et al. (1998)...
A4: “I don’t see color”
Health Equity
A4: “I don’t see color”
“I don’t see color” Have you ever wanted to talk about race in health and behavioral healthcare, but find it challenging for you or your organization to make real progress in this area? You are not alone. While most professional training...
A5: An Integrated Approach to Combating Provider Burnout: The Circle of Trust
Self-care
A5: An Integrated Approach to Combating Provider Burnout: The Circle of Trust
An Integrated Approach to Combating Provider Burnout: The Circle of Trust Delaware Valley Community Health is a Philadelphia-based FQHC. In 2018, medical providers from our largest and busiest center brought to leadership some significant...
A6: Primary Care to Emergency Department Navigation for Pt w/ Suicidal Idea: Barriers & Facilitators
Teams
A6: Primary Care to Emergency Department Navigation for Pt w/ Suicidal Idea: Barriers & Facilitators
Primary Care to Emergency Department Navigation for Patients with Suicidal Ideation: Barriers and Facilitators 45% of people who have died by suicide attended a primary care appointment in the month preceding (SAMHSHA-HRSA, 2019). As such,...