The Behavioral Health Specialist in Primary Care [electronic resource] : Skills for Integrated Practice

Burg, Mary Ann, Dr., PhD, MSW, LCSW.
Other Title:
Behavioral Health Specialist in Primary Care
: Springer Publishing Company, 2015.
1 online resource (338 p.)
Electronic books.
Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Preface; Acknowledgments; Share The Behavioral Health Specialist in Primary Care: Skills for Integrated Practice; Chapter 1: Introduction to the Integrated Primary Care Team; Biopsychosocial Integration in Primary Care: A Historical Perspective; Evidence for Incorporating Biopsychosocial Care in Primary Care; Mental Health Care in Primary Care; Health Behavior Change and Medical Illnesses; Legislating Integrated Health Care; Models of Integrated Primary Care; Educating Health Care Providers in Integrated Health Care
A Practitioner's Guide to Successful Behavioral Health Integration in Primary CareVignette of a Typical Day for the BHS on the Integrated Primary Care Team; References; Chapter 2: Trends in Illness and Health Care Utilization; Epidemiologic Transitions-Historical Trends in Illness and Causes of Death; Current Burden of Disease in the United States; Prevalence and Costs of Chronic Conditions; Utilization; Economic Burden; Health-Related Quality of Life; Trends in Specific Chronic Illnesses; Diabetes; Cardiovascular Conditions; Obesity; Metabolic Syndrome; Chronic Pain; Sleep Disorders
Geriatric ConditionsCancer-Related Conditions; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3: Theories of Health Behavior and Brief Behavioral Practice Models; Conceptualizing Health Behavior; Definitions of Health; Factors Affecting Individual Health Behaviors; Theories of Health Behavior; The Behavioral Model of Health Services Use; The Health Belief Model; Behavioral Health Delivery Models; The Chronic Care Model (CCM); The Common Factors Model; Brief Behavioral Change Practice Models, Interventions, and Techniques; The Context of Care and What the BHS Can Accomplish; Brief Therapies
Brief InterventionsBehavioral Change Techniques; Behavioral Activation; Conclusion; References; Chapter 4: Diabetes Management; S.O.A.P. Note from Referring Primary Care Provider; Introduction; Overview of Diabetes; The Physiology of Diabetes; Impact of Diabetes on the Patient; Screening for Diabetes; Early Intervention With Diabetes; Medications and Diabetes; Psychosocial Assessment; Tools for Diabetes-Specific Psychosocial Assessment; Behavioral Factors in Diabetes; Children and Adolescents With Diabetes; Disordered Eating and Diabetes; Stress, Anxiety, and Diabetes; Fear of Hypoglycemia
Needle Phobia in Persons With DiabetesDepression and Diabetes; Substance Use and Diabetes; Family Dynamics and Social Support; Cognitive and Functional Capacity; Finances; Brief Counseling Methods; Behavioral Health Assessment and Treatment Summary to Referring Primary Care Provider; Referral Information; Behavioral Observations; Psychosocial Factors; Assessment; Treatment Plan; Initial Objectives; References; Resources for Persons with Diabetes; Chapter 5: Cardiac Disease and Behavioral Health; S.O.A.P Note from Referring Primary Care Provider (Emergency Department); Introduction
Epidemiology of Cardiac Disease
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