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S31 SWDP 5160Interventions and Services in Integrated Behavioral Health Settings3.0 Units
Description:Students will gain knowledge, skills, and competencies related to behavioral health approaches, models, and frameworks of integrated behavioral health. Integrated behavioral health is defined as behavioral health practices that are integrated into physical health settings or bringing physical health practice into behavioral health settings. Prerequisite: S15-5038. Pre/corequisite: S20-2010, S20-3022, or S20-5081. New professional roles are open to social workers as a result of innovative policy and practice models in which mental health care is integrated, coordinated or co-located with medical care and social services. This course introduces students to the knowledge and skills required to deliver integrated behavioral and mental health services. Students will learn the benefits of integrated care; different models of integrated care; skills for client engagement, care coordination, and professional collaboration; and understanding of the data and infrastructure requirements to monitor and ensure effective care. The course will utilize published literature, websites, and practice examples to enhance student skills in a range of activities required to understand and engage in integrated behavioral and health care. Students' professional knowledge and competencies will be advanced, thereby enhancing their future professional skills. Competencies related to engaging, assessing, intervening, and evaluating individuals, families, and organizations will be developed.
Instruction Type:Classroom instruction Grade Options:C Fees:
Course Type:HomeSame As:N/AFrequency:Spring / Summer / History


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Q=ME Q (Medical School)

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