Integrated Care and the Expanding Role of Nurses: Training Workshop

Training Workshop: Integrated Care and the Expanding Role of Nurses

This one-day training is designed to help current nurse care managers in integrated care settings or those interested in this role learn key tools, principles, evidence, and skills to apply when supporting whole-person care. Each track is tailored to a particular role, setting and/or population of care. Continuing Nursing Education credit available!

 

Upcoming - Save The Date! 

When: May 22, 2018

Where: DoubleTree Hilton Spokane, WA

Registration: Coming Soon

Presentation Slides from the January 9, 2018 Training Workshop

Seattle Airport Marriott, SeaTac, WA


Track 1: Overview and Administrative Considerations for the RN Care Manager Role 

 Agenda

This all day workshop is for administrators or supervisors of integrated care programs, nursing leadership, health care planners, MCO's and/or those in similar roles who work across a variety of settings and populations.

 

Track 2: RN Behavioral Health Care Manager Role in Primary Care Settings  

Agenda 

This all day workshop is for RN Behavioral Health Care Managers working with behavioral health conditions such as, depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder in primary care settings.

Track 3: RN Care Manager Role Treating Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) With Medications

 Agenda 

This all day workshop is for RN Care Managers treating Opioid Use Disorder in a variety of settings. Priority placement into this workshop will be given to RN Care Managers working in the WA STR Hub and Spoke Opioid Treatment Networks.
This track is sponsored by the Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DBHR) and the University of Washington Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute (ADAI).

 

Track 4: RN Primary Care Manager Role in Behavioral Health Settings 

Agenda 

This all day workshop is for RN Primary Care Managers working with SPMI populations with medical co-morbidities such as diabetes and heart disease in behavioral health settings.

Presented by the Healthier Washington Practice Transformation Support Hub and its partners:

  • University of Washington Advancing Integrated Mental Health Solutions(AIMS) Center
  • University of Washington Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute (ADAI)

For additional information, contact UW AIMS Center Support: Juliann Salisbury at salisj2@uw.edu