Using the Contextual Interview to Transcend Your Clinical Practice – Full Day Workshop Module 3

Boise Centre - Room 420AB 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

Bridget Beachy, PsyD & David Bauman, PsyD Have you ever struggled with how to help patients who present with complex and comorbid conditions while dealing with the realities of the primary care system? Have you ever been concerned that you are not providing meaningful care that reflects your values of a being a provider? This

Navigating Ethical Dilemmas in Integrated Care

Boise Centre - Room 410B 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

Jeff Reiter, PhD, ABPP This workshop will provide an overview of ethical dilemmas that are commonly encountered in the field of integrated primary care behavioral health. Content will include a combination of didactics and case examples, which the audience will have opportunities to discuss in small groups. Learning Objectives: Develop an increased awareness of the

Ethics & Compliance 201 – Two Part Workshop Module 1

Boise Centre - Room 410B 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

Deann Carr, LCSW, CCEP Learning Objectives: Identifying different categories of ethics Early identification of potential ethical challenges Understanding the components of being an ethical practitioner and contributing to an ethical organizational culture Click Image for Bio

Durable Data Idaho Resouce Center Services (DDIRCS) – Data Analysis

Boise Centre - Room 400BC 850 Front Street, Boise, ID

Jenn Rolfes, DBH, MS (Statistics), MBA Learning Objectives: Participants will learn some of the common challenges encountered when doing analysis Participants will develop an understanding of the solution design process Participants will review several use cases that illustrate the breadth of data challenges and the flexibility required when designing solutions Click Image for Bio

Eating Disorder Identification and Intervention in Primary Care – Two Part Workshop Module 1

Boise Centre - Room 410A 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

Lyn McArthur, PhD This workshop will assist providers working in primary care to effectively screen for, diagnose, and intervene when applicable when patients present with eating disorders. Different levels of care will also be reviewed. Providers will have the opportunity to examine case examples of eating disorders and practice determining appropriate levels of care and

Enabling Healthcare Teams to support Families of LGBTQ+ Individuals – Two Part Workshop Module 1

Boise Centre - Room 410C 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

Oscar Marquez, MEd & Andrew Philip, PhD Caring begins at home, and healthcare workers are uniquely positioned to help patients and their families create more welcoming, healthy spaces for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) loved ones. LGBTQ+ individuals face greater barriers to healthy, thriving lives- from increased risk of intimate partner violence to

Using the Contextual Interview to Transcend Your Clinical Practice – Full Day Workshop Module 4

Boise Centre - Room 420AB 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

Bridget Beachy, PsyD & David Bauman, PsyD Have you ever struggled with how to help patients who present with complex and comorbid conditions while dealing with the realities of the primary care system? Have you ever been concerned that you are not providing meaningful care that reflects your values of a being a provider? This

Durable Data Idaho Resouce Center Services (DDIRCS): Interoperability

Boise Centre - Room 400BC 850 Front Street, Boise, ID

Jen Olivera, MS This workshop provides an overview of interoperability with an in-depth review of regulations, standards, and timelines. Describe how to apply interoperability in your environment using best practice. Learning Objectives: Explain what interoperability is and why it matters. Understand the regulations and standards required for interoperability. Applying these principles to your environment using

Eating Disorder Identification and Intervention in Primary Care – Two Part Workshop Module 2

Boise Centre - Room 410A 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

Lyn McArthur, PhD This workshop will assist providers working in primary care to effectively screen for, diagnose, and intervene when applicable when patients present with eating disorders. Different levels of care will also be reviewed. Providers will have the opportunity to examine case examples of eating disorders and practice determining appropriate levels of care and

Ethics & Compliance 201 – Two Part Workshop Module 2

Boise Centre - Room 410B 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

Deann Carr, LCSW, CCEP Learning Objectives: Identifying different categories of ethics Early identification of potential ethical challenges Understanding the components of being an ethical practitioner and contributing to an ethical organizational culture Click Image for Bio

Using the Contextual Interview to Transcend Your Clinical Practice – Full Day Workshop Module 5

Boise Centre - Room 420AB 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

Bridget Beachy, PsyD & David Bauman, PsyD Have you ever struggled with how to help patients who present with complex and comorbid conditions while dealing with the realities of the primary care system? Have you ever been concerned that you are not providing meaningful care that reflects your values of a being a provider? This

Enabling Healthcare Teams to support Families of LGBTQ+ Individuals – Two Part Workshop Module 2

Boise Centre - Room 410C 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

Oscar Marquez, MEd & Andrew Philip, PhD Caring begins at home, and healthcare workers are uniquely positioned to help patients and their families create more welcoming, healthy spaces for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) loved ones. LGBTQ+ individuals face greater barriers to healthy, thriving lives- from increased risk of intimate partner violence to

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