Interprofessional Training and Primary Care Podcast Episode 2 Released Today

Stories from the Nexus:
Podcast Series Explores Interprofessional Training
in Primary Care
Chapter 2 Released Today! 

Today in collaboration with the National Center, the PCPCC is releasing Chapter 2 of a five-part podcast series based on the PCPCC publication “Progress and Promise: Profiles in Interprofessional Health Training to Deliver Patient-Centered Primary Care,” which explored advanced primary care practices in exemplary interprofessional education teaching programs.

In Chapter 2, Dr. Bill Warning chats with Dr. Daubney Harper about New Mexico State University’s collaborative training program on integrated primary care behavioral health on the U.S. - Mexico border. Dr. Harper discusses the role of social workers and psychologists on the care team and explains how the program prepares students to be sensitive to cultural and community issues to address social determinants of health. 

Following a Q&A format, each chapter provides a deep-dive into three of the seven programs highlighted in “Progress and Promise” by sharing the program's experiences, opportunities and challenges in building and maintaining an interprofessional program. A new podcast will be released every Thursday through April 23 on the National Center and PCPCC websites. The first podcast was released last Thursday and can be listened to here
April Webinars
PCPCC and Primary Care Progress
Patient Engagement Through Technology
Join the Primary Care Collaborative and Primary Care Progress on April 6 at 8 p.m. EST for a webinar on the importance of practice transformation in residency training.

The panelists will discuss how residency program collaboratives are preparing residents for future models of care delivery including patient-centered medical homes and accountable care organizations.

These collaboratives have unique goals and objectives, but are generally sharing best practices, collecting data and outcomes on new training models, coordinating learning sessions, and supporting each other through the development of new curricula for primary care residents.

See the speaker lineup and register today.
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Ayogo CEO Michael Fergusson will join the PCPCC on April 23 at noon EST to walk you through the fundamentals of game psychology, so you can utilize these crucial building blocks in your own patient engagement projects. Ayogo is a recognized global leader in the application of game psychology and social patterning effects to the design healthcare applications. Their Empower framework has improved health and financial outcomes for healthcare organizations around the world. 

Register today! 

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