Date: Wednesday, April 20th 2011, from 4:00 - 5:00pm ET
Overview: The goals of this webinar are to:
Examine current workforce training around PCMH & practice transformation in the broad range of health professions -- the team needed for PCMH
Suggest Key Skills & Competencies
Examine Strength & Gaps
Stimluate Discussion and Action
Jeffrey M. Borkan, MD, PhD is a family physician educator, researcher, clinician, and advocate whose career has bridged two fields (family medicine and medical anthropology), both in the US and abroad. He joined the Department of Family Medicine at Brown University as Professor and Chair in 2001. He is the Board Chair of the national Association of Departments of Family Medicine, PI on a major Patient-Centered Medical Home Initiative (AAU Grant, HRSA, 2010-2015) and is on the Advisory Committee of the PCPCC. Dr. Borkan received his BA from the University of Michigan and his MD and PhD at Case Western Reserve University. He completed his residency in Family Medicine at the University of Washington and was a fellow in Social Medicine at Harvard.
Justin Nash, PhD, is a clinical health psychologist and Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. He will be joining the Department in Family Medicine at Brown in June. He has been the Associate Director and Director of Training and Education in the Centers for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine at Brown University and The Miriam Hospital, along with being the Clinical Director of the Division of Clinical Behavioral Medicine at The Miriam Hospital. He coordinates the Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine residency and postdoctoral fellowship tracks in the Brown University Clinical Psychology Training Consortium. He is training director and co-investigator of NIH funded training grants (NCI funded R25T and NHLBI funded T32). He is Associate Editor of Annals of Behavioral Medicine and past Associate Editor of the Journal of Behavioral Medicine. He is on the Board of the Council of Clinical Health Psychology Training Programs and is a Fellow of the Society of Behavioral Medicine.