UW Medicine has several collaborative care programs in which faculty provide psychiatric consultation. In this rotation, residents will work closely with a psychiatric consultant and participate in a weekly phone consultation with a care manager and/or work in a clinic setting providing caseload consultation.
The resident will be responsible for developing formulations and treatment plans for patients to be implemented in a primary care setting by a collaborative care team.
- Define the key components of a collaborative care program
- Be familiar with the evidence-based literature about integrated mental health programs and providing mental health care in primary care settings
- Describe the different roles and providers in a collaborative care program and the ways they support clients
- Develop a collaborative care workflow (including triaging patients to appropriate level of care) and systems
- Demonstrate active participation in psychiatric consultation in a collaborative care team
- Recognize benefits and limitations in using screening questionnaires to aid in diagnosis and treatment of common mental health disorders
- Formulate patient presentation and develop treatment plans (including stepped care) to be delivered by a collaborative care team
- Work effectively with a care manager including identifying skill set, knowledge and attitudes of individual care manager, while tailoring consultation hour consultation to their education
- Be aware of strategies to effectively communicate with primary care providers
- Participate in weekly consultation with care coordinator (either over the phone or on site depending on assignment)
- Complete consultation notes within 1 day and send to attending
- Have weekly supervision with attending about consultation cases
- Observe consultation with at least one other psychiatric consultant