Webinar Resources

ON-DEMAND INTEGRATED CARE-RELATED WEBCASTS AND VIDEOS

Online WEBINAR resources (audio plus Powerpoint or video)

With CalMHSA funding, IBHP is sponsoring a youtube Policy Channel presented by the University of Colorado and devoted to integrated care training videos.  Among the videos:

The Center for Integrated Healthcare Solutions sponsors webinars covering several aspects of integrated care:

The University of Washington-affiliated AIMS Center offers live and recorded webinars on topics related to integrated care.  Among the topics they have covered are:

California Institute of Mental Health (CiMH) has sponsored a series of integration-related webinars that, to date, include:

UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs, the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, and the California Institute for Mental Health offer a series of online courses related to integrated care, co-occurring disorders, special populations, and more. Each course is between 1 and 1.5 hours long, and continuing education credits are available.

Community Clinics Health Network and the Council of Community Clinics of San Diego is offering a series of free one-hour-or-less webinars aimed at primary care providers, including:

  • How to Use Behavioral Health Staff in Primary Care (2013)
  • SBIRT (2012)
  • Treating Anxiety in Primary Care (2012)
  • Treating Older Adults with Mental Health Issues in Primary Care (2012)
  •  How to Do a Psychiatric Primary Care Assessment (2012)
  • Tobacco Cessation and Behavioral Health (2011)
  • Treating Adolescent Depression in Primary Care (2011)
  • Treating Personality Disorders in Primary Care (2010)
  • Treating Depression in Primary Care (2010)
  • Treating ADHD in Primary Care (2010)

With funding from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration, the Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network (ATTC) offer self-paced, web-based substance abuse courses for free.  Participants earn a certificate of completion after successfully finishing each course. Among the course offered are:

  • Foundations of SBIRT
  • Introduction to Women and Substance Abuse Disorders
  • Clinical Supervision Foundations
  • Introduction to Primary Care for Substance Use Disorder Professionals

ATTC (Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network) sponsors a series of online courses dealing with various aspects of substance use:

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism is offering free 2.5 continuing eduction credits for their on-line course Alcohol Screening for Brief Intervention for Youth: A Practitioner’s Guide.

Dr. Rodger Kessler, in association with UVM College of Medicine and Fletcher Allen Health Care, has also prepared a series of training videos available on youtube:

The Robert Woods Johnson Foundation created:

The National Center for Primary Care at the Morehouse School of Medicine delves into hiring practices and models across the country:

Dr. Peter Van Houten and the staff at Sierra Family Medical Clinic in Nevada City, California have prepared a series of training videos to demonstrate how primary care providers can introduce patients both to the concept of behavioral health services and to the behavioral health professionals on staff. Known as a “warm hand-off”, these introductions are important in framing behavioral health care for the patients and in engaging them in these services. Various scenarios, each lasting three to nine minutes each, are available on youtube:

FEE-BASED TRAINING

CE Quick offers online continuing education courses with credit hours in behavioral health, substance abuse, counseling, psychology, social work and related topics that can be purchased for $10 to $60.

The Center for Integrated Primary Care, based in the University of Massachusetts Medical School, offers two on-line certificate programs:  “Primary Care Behavioral Health” and “Care Managers and Navigators”.  Both can be accessed by groups as part of a training site or individually by computer and both have a fee attached.