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Trauma-Informed Care: Behavioral Health in the Primary Care Setting

Trauma-Informed Care: Behavioral Health in the Primary Care Setting

Trauma-Informed Care: Behavioral Health in the Primary Care Setting

Deliana Garcia, MA
Deliana Garcia, MA
on behalf of Migrant Clinicians Network

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Launch date: 17 Nov 2017
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Last updated: 23 Aug 2018

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Description

The intersection of poverty, migration, and health creates a unique set of behavioral health issues that are often exacerbated by exposure to trauma. This session will review the concept of trauma‐informed care to promote integrated behavioral health practices in primary care which address the complex social, cultural, economic, and justice factors that contribute to disease burden. Effectively addressing behavioral health issues for migrants requires both astute observation and gentle questioning on the part of the clinician. For many migrant patients, primary care is the only source of behavioral health services. Recognition of behavioral health concerns may be complicated when patients somaticize their symptoms of depression or anxiety. However, when done effectively, treating behavioral health problems in primary care presents opportunities for early intervention and prevention of disabling medical and behavioral health conditions. This session will provide participants will new ways of thinking about trauma, behavioral health, and possible interventions. The session will also provide tools that can be used in a primary care setting to address behavioral health concerns.

Objectives

On completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
1.Participants will identify some of the common manifestations of behavioral health and/or trauma in a primary care setting.

2.Participants will discuss how to apply effectively strategies to address behavioral health concerns for migrants and other underserved populations in a primary care setting.

3.Participants will identify at least two tools that can be used to address behavioral health issues in a primary care setting.

4.Participants will evaluate the impact of different strategies and tools to real‐life case presentations.
Deliana Garcia, MA

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Deliana Garcia, MA
on behalf of Migrant Clinicians Network

As the Director of International Projects, Research, and Development for Migrant Clinicians Network, Deliana Garcia has dedicated more than twenty-five years to the health and wellness needs of migrant and other underserved populations. Throughout her career she has worked in the areas of reproductive health, sexual and intimate partner violence, access to primary care, and infectious disease control and prevention. Ms. Garcia is responsible for the development and expansion of Health Network, an international bridge case management and patient navigation system to make available across international borders the health records of migrants diagnosed with infectious and chronic diseases. She has served as the Principal Investigator or member of the research team for a number of studies addressing topics, such as sexual and intimate partner violence prevention among Latino migrant and immigrant families, trauma in transit for migrants crossing international borders, and emotionally-charged dialogue between patients and health care providers.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
  • 1.00 Hours

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