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Narcolepsy: Theory and Treatment Update

Clinical Practice Update presented at 38th Forum for Behavioral Science in Family Medicine. #ResourcetoShare #ForumforBehavioralScienceinFamilyMedicine #BehavioralMedicine #BehavioralScienceForum #2017 #behavioralscience

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Back to the Future: A Family Systems Curriculum

Power point presentation from the 2017 Annual ConferenceExample Syllabus #BehavioralMedicine #CurriculumDevelopment #BehavioralScienceForum #2017 #familyoforigin #STFMAnnualSpringConference #ResidentEducation #Familysystems

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Behavioral interviewing: Making it work and taking it to the next level

Presentation at the 37th Forum for Behavioral Science in Family Medicine. How to construct behavioral interviewing questions, integrate behavioral interviewing into your program's applicant interviewing process, and use responses to these questions to impact ranking. Using data and experiences...

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Integrating Behavioral Science Into Precepting: A Collaborative Model

Precepting, the process of teaching during the clinical encounter, is an invaluable tool for resident learning in family medicine residencies. It provides an opportunity to reinforce didactic learning and apply knowledge and skills to individual patient care. There has been little attention...

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What We Are Doing and Where We Want to Go: Utilization and Priorities in Behavioral Science Curriculum Development

The ever-changing culture of healthcare and graduate medical education has contributed to an evolving role of behavioral science in family medicine residency programs. Behavioral science historically has served a dual role within the residency program and healthcare system providing clinical...

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My Kid Won't Listen to Me! Empowering Residents to Coach Parents of Difficult Children

Family medicine resident physicians quickly discover that they are sought out experts for many things in their patients' lives that they may or may not be equipped to address. Parenting challenges and concerns present such dilemmas for residents who have little to no training about parenting...

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