Patient-Centered Primary Care: New and Evolving Roles for Psychologists

In this time of social distancing and meeting online, we really appreciate Dr. Sandy Blount speaking to us on April 20 about his work in Integrated Primary Care and his new book Patient-Centered Primary Care: Getting from Good to Great. The book has been described as “a handbook for patient-centered care for the present and the future in healthcare.” It could also be thought of as the next step in behavioral health integration in primary care.

Sandy has been on our faculty since 2015 and will be retiring from AUNE this summer.  He is a nationally known figure in the area of behavioral health integration.

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