The Institute for Integrated Behavioral Health brings best-practice team-based care to ETSU Quillen College of Medicine clinics. The Institute is closely aligned with ETSU’s strong interprofessional training mission as well as it’s mission to engage in regional stewardship in the rural and underserved areas of Northeast Tennessee. Established in 2020, the Institute has built behavioral health into primary care-based residency training clinics within Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Family Medicine and OB/GYN and expanded behavioral health access in Nursing and high needs community sites.
The Institute for Integrated Behavioral Health aims to develop, implement and evaluate a training and service delivery program that strengthens primary care and its workforce and serves as regional model for integrated care.
- Implement a progressive model of integrated care to improve patient health and experience;
- Train health care providers in the biopsychosocial model, brief evidence-based behavioral interventions, and interprofessional practice;
- Train behavioral health providers to grow the region’s workforce;
- Conduct research that influences local policy and practice;
- Collaborate with regional partners to become a regional capacity-building program.
Introduction to the Institute for Integrated Behavioral Health
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Institute Training Sites
Institute Overview: 00:00 - 20:54
- Extern Training in Internal Medicine: 20:54 - 25:30
- Extern Training in OB/GYN: 30:13 - 32:31
- Extern Training in Pediatrics: 33:39 - 45:00
- Extern Training, Kingsport Family Medicine: 45:00 - 51:52
- Extern Training, Bristol Family Medicine: 52:27 - 59:35
- Extern Training in Sports Medicine: 59:55 - 1:03:59