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View resources related to the role of psychologists in an integrated care team below, or read more about the team based model of care

  • The HRSA Graduate Psychology Education (GPE) program supports the planning, development, operation and maintenance of accredited graduate, doctoral, doctoral internship, and doctoral residency programs that foster an integrated approach to health care services and address access for underserved populations by training psychologists to work with underserved populations and in areas of emerging need. 
  • The American Psychological Association's Competencies for Psychology Practice in Primary Care is a report from APA president Suzanne Bennett Johnson, PhD, on a 2012 initiative that outlines competencies for primary care practices.
  • Recommendations for Education and Training in Primary Care Psychology, submitted by  the APA, provides an organized structure of the knowledge and skills necessary for psychologists who wish to practice and/or do research in primary care settings. 
  • APA's Interprofessional Health Care Services in Primary Care Settings: Implications for the Education and Training of Psychologists contains principles and guidelines organized in relation to psychologists' roles as members of a primary care inter-professional team, including clinical services (assessment, intervention, and consultation), teaching, research, and administration.
  • The HRSA Graduate Psychology Education (GPE) program supports the planning, development, operation and maintenance of accredited graduate, doctoral, doctoral internship, and doctoral residency programs that foster an integrated approach to health care services and address access for underserved populations by training psychologists to work with underserved populations and in areas of emerging need. 
  • Patient Centered Primary Care Training Programs is a searchable online database of nearly 100 training programs from academic and training institutions throughout the United States. The database includes programs that are supporting students, resident, clinicians and health professionals in their efforts to deliver primary care that is patient-centered, inter-professional and collaborative. 

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View resources related to the role of psychologists in an integrated care team below, or read more about the team based model of care

  • The HRSA Graduate Psychology Education (GPE) program supports the planning, development, operation and maintenance of accredited graduate, doctoral, doctoral internship, and doctoral residency programs that foster an integrated approach to health care services and address access for underserved populations by training psychologists to work with underserved populations and in areas of emerging need. 
  • The American Psychological Association's Competencies for Psychology Practice in Primary Care is a report from APA president Suzanne Bennett Johnson, PhD, on a 2012 initiative that outlines competencies for primary care practices.
  • Recommendations for Education and Training in Primary Care Psychology, submitted by  the APA, provides an organized structure of the knowledge and skills necessary for psychologists who wish to practice and/or do research in primary care settings. 
  • APA's Interprofessional Health Care Services in Primary Care Settings: Implications for the Education and Training of Psychologists contains principles and guidelines organized in relation to psychologists' roles as members of a primary care inter-professional team, including clinical services (assessment, intervention, and consultation), teaching, research, and administration.
  • The HRSA Graduate Psychology Education (GPE) program supports the planning, development, operation and maintenance of accredited graduate, doctoral, doctoral internship, and doctoral residency programs that foster an integrated approach to health care services and address access for underserved populations by training psychologists to work with underserved populations and in areas of emerging need. 
  • Patient Centered Primary Care Training Programs is a searchable online database of nearly 100 training programs from academic and training institutions throughout the United States. The database includes programs that are supporting students, resident, clinicians and health professionals in their efforts to deliver primary care that is patient-centered, inter-professional and collaborative. 

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