Methods for Developing and Modifying Behavioral Medicine Curriculum to Prepare Residents for Interdisciplinary/Integrated Care

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Healthcare is becoming increasingly focused on interdisciplinary teamwork and, as such, medical education should follow. With ACGME’s milestones and core competencies providing significant direction in the graduate medical education world, there has been increased attention drawn to how to best incorporate behavioral health training into a resident’s curriculum. This talk discusses systematic ways to develop new behavioral medicine curriculum, or modify an existing curriculum. This discussion offers not only literature based recommendations for developing a behavioral medicine curriculum, but also real-world suggestions to take back to your own residencies, as well as pitfalls to avoid.

Author(s):Molly Gabriel-Champine, PhD, Andrew Champine, PsyD, Laura Daniels, PhD, Scott Nyman, PhD
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