William "Bill" Lotz, D.Min., CCISM Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) – Psychological First Aid – Peer Support Teams(PST) - BattleMind – These are all terms that have been around for some time. They all deal with distress resulting from involvement in critical incidents, something that happens to first responders more often than we would like.
Jen Yturriondobeitia, MSW, DBH & Anne Daggett, LCSW This session will provide foundational knowledge to those interested in understanding the clinical and operational aspects of implementing the Primary Care Behavioral Health model. Participants will have the opportunity to explore the interconnectedness of clinical and operational functions and will gain additional skills in promotion of successful
Ariel Malan, MHA (she/her) & Erika Sullivan, MD (she/her) University of Utah Health - Transgender Health Program Topics: termininology, concepts and history of LGBTQIA+ identities, how to take an affirming sexual health history, and best practice for creating inclusive environments Description: This workshop will explore foundational understandings of LGBTQIA+ communities through terminology, concepts, and history.
William "Bill" Lotz, D.Min., CCISM Learning Objectives: Gain an understanding of the biochemical stress response Learn the symptoms of stress and identify your own stress response Learn the definition of resilience Learn the five factors of resilient people and how to develop resilience on your own Click Image for Bio
Neftali Serrano, PsyD CEO. Collaborative Family Healthcare Association (CFHA) Learning Objectives: Be able to describe the differences between models of integrated care, integrated care programs and integrated care clinical protocols. Be able to describe the levels of integrated care using available assessment and fidelity tools. Click Image for Full Bio
Jim Winkle, MPH Learning Objectives: Interpret the AUDIT and CRAFFT screening tools Perform a 4-step brief intervention with patients with unhealthy alcohol use Describe principles of a harm reduction approach to patient care Utilize strategies that make telehealth visits more effective Click Image for Bio
Marlene Maheu, PhD Learning Objectives: Describe the role played by competencies in telehealth workforce development decisions related to the need for professional training. Briefly explain how to use the CTiBS Framework for Telebehavioral Health Competencies in making staffing and training decisions for current and future telehealth service delivery across the spectrum of care. Name at
Erika Sullivan, MD (she/her) University of Utah Health - Transgender Health Program Topics: healthcare needs of LGBTQIA+ communities, HIV PrEP in primary care, and providing gender affirming hormone therapy for transgender people Learning Objectives: Understand the determinants that can lead to poorer health outcomes in gender and sexual minorities and describe common healthcare disparities Describe