Space still available in training programs that will prepare you to provide quality care in the Patient Centered Medical Home as well as work in an integrated setting:
- Certificate Program in Primary Care Behavioral Health
Preparing you to provide quality care in the Patient Centered Medical Home: For mental health and substance abuse clinicians working in primary care.
Deadline to register has been extended until: August 30, 2013
- Certificate Program in Integrated Care Management
For medical or behavioral health care managers working in an integrated setting.
Deadline to register has been extended until: September 9, 2013
Conveniently participate using your own computer (Mac or PC) as a group OR as an individual in your home or office. Discounted tuition is available for groups of learners (cost varies per program). See our website for details. You may also contact us with questions via email at CIPC@umassmed.edu.
More information about these courses:
- Prepares mental health professionals for success as primary care behavioral health clinicians
- Offers free experience for primary care physicians in the clinical routines of integrated care
- Consists of 36 hours of didactic and interactive training
- Is delivered in 6 full-day workshops, two Fridays per month for 3 months
- Grants continuing education credits to program certificate recipients (participants who complete all 6 workshops)
- Offers Distance Learning Sites (PC-based using Adobe Connect)
- Offers Synchronous experience for maximum interaction and Asynchronous recording for making up missed sessions or further review
- Is collaboratively taught by a faculty of primary care behavioral health clinicians and primary care physicians from the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at the University of Massachusetts Medical School
- Allows participants to be part of an actual or virtual “site” for discussion and role play
- Enables participants to access program documentation, notes and discussion board via password-protected web portal