Faculty and Students Collaborate on Behavioral Health Integration Research and Practice

Dr. Sandy Blount was the first author, along with Dr. Jim Fauth, Dr. Anne Nordstrom, Evaluation Coordinator, Center for Behavioral Health Innovation, and 3rd year PsyD student Sarah Pearson, of a statewide study of the primary care behavioral health workforce published by the New Hampshire Endowment for Health. Dr. Blount was the plenary speaker at the New Hampshire Summit on Behavioral Health Integration, also attended by 1st year PsyD students Alicia MacDougall and Angel Walter. Dr. Fauth led one of the working sessions. Earlier, Dr. Blount was a participant in small invited groups on behavioral health integration, one assembled by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the other by the President of the American Psychological Association. He was also a leader for the Colorado Competencies in Primary Care Behavioral Health Consensus meeting in Denver.

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