TRAINING THE FUTURE CHILD HEALTHCARE WORKFORCE TO IMPROVE
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH OUTCOMES FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES
NOVEMBER 29-30, 2016
THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES
2101 CONSTITUTION AVENUE, NW
This session provides an overview of the current and projected healthcare workforce and of the status of training across multiple disciplines that may be part of the care system for children, youth, and families. Specifically, panelists look at workforce numbers and supply; current and projected prevention and behavioral science needs of children and families; gaps in workforce training, certification, credentialing, and accreditation; current training competencies and requirements across disciplines; and changes in training environments that would optimize behavioral health services.
Moderator: Costella Green, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
This session highlights models that engage in improving training in the following areas: behavioral health promotion and risk prevention; multi-generational focus; incorporation of evidence-based practices; co-production with parents and families from varied socio-demographic groups and different needs; integrated, interprofessional training and team-based care; children with disabilities and chronic medical conditions and their families.
Moderator: Harolyn M.E. Belcher, M.D., M.H.S., Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Kennedy Krieger Institute
|Emerging Themes From Day 1 || |
This session examines how to enhance training, reimbursement, and supervision to improve behavioral healthcare for children, youth, and families who are involved in other child-serving systems.
Moderator: José Szapocznik, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Session 6: Leveraging Efforts for Collaborative Change
This session describes current change efforts in financing/reimbursement, training, and innovative healthcare delivery models that are being fostered by federal entities, professional organizations, and foundations in an effort to highlight opportunities for collaboration.
This session focuses on employing the combined expertise of the workshop participants to identify actionable next steps.
• What are actionable steps that can be taken to move this work forward?
• Which stakeholders need to be involved in these efforts?
• What one step will you take as an individual in the next month?