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Psychology’s Role in Primary Care: New Developments and Trends for the Future

Total Credits: 1 PD

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Dr. Stacy Ogbeide PsyD, ABPP, CSOWM |  Dr. Christian LoBue PhD |  Dr. Sara L Dolan PhD |  Dr. Kyle R. Knoll PhD
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Psychology’s presence in medical settings has been established for many decades. Additionally, for many years, psychology has also been a part of the growth of high-quality primary care, a term developed by the National Academy of Medicine in 2021, that includes behavioral health as standard practice in the primary care setting. To meet the behavioral health demands of the community, behavioral health integration into primary care is still needed as the population braces for the impact the COVID-19 pandemic will have on the health care system for years to come. The presentation will introduce the tenets of Primary Care Behavioral Health practice as well as the role of psychology in primary care to address new challenges that are ahead regarding how the community accesses health care and improving health equity for all.  


Objective #1 Define Primary Care Behavioral Health
Objective #2 Describe at least one (1) approach for achieving High Quality Primary Care
Objective #3 Identify at least one (1) approach for improving access to care for all



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Board-Certified Clinical Health Psychologist, Primary Care Behavioral Health Consultant

UT Health San Antonio

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Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience; Associate Dean for Research, Graduate School and Faculty Regent

Baylor University

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clinical neuropsychologist and assistant professor in the Department of Neuro-Oncology

MD Anderson Cancer Center



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