Session 2E | Reenvisioning Integrated Care Training Through Community Service, Partnership, and Collaboration (1.25 CEs)
Presenters: Brittany Canady, Ph.D., Penny Koontz, Psy.D., Keith Beard, Psy.D., & LaPearl Winfrey, Ph.D.
This presentation will discuss integrated care and present new data regarding student perceptions of innovative methods of integrated care training.
This workshop will enhance the profession of psychology by expanding training opportunities for integrated care through introducing innovative programs and partnerships. The content of this presentation is focused on education of psychologists. It is grounded in contemporary scholarship regarding integrated care and presents new data regarding student perceptions of innovative methods of integrated care training. The Marshall University Psy.D. Program implemented three innovative training experiences to develop students’ professional identity in the service of those who are underserved. Conventional pedagogy was challenged to meet the emerging needs of the community. Marshall Medical Outreach is a collaboration among university health professions, during which students and faculty provide free healthcare to community residents living in poverty, without access to traditional healthcare.
1. Participants will be able to discuss community service-oriented activities to teach key skills for clinical psychologists in integrated care.
2. Participants will be able to list the key components in developing their own Interprofessional Event and learn how to identify and prepare for potential roadblocks that may occur.
3. Participants will be able to identify ways to secure campus and community partners and discuss effective strategies for developing collaboration.