As part of the community-based integrated care fellowship, each participant will participate in the following areas:
Systematic didactic instruction will be provided online as one component of the fellowship. This example didactics schedule indicates approximate curriculum topics for the community-based program.
Live Skills-Based Training
In-person didactics are used for learning that requires more synchronous activity, including group exercises, skills practice, and building a community of learners.
Dates for the 2022-2023 cohort are the following Mondays and Tuesdays:
These sessions are typically held in Seattle, but were moved to Zoom due to COVID restrictions last year as needed.
Participants will be matched with a UW Integrated Care Training Program faculty member for monthly mentorship sessions.
Quality Improvement (QI)
Each participant will plan a quality improvement project to support the delivery of collaborative care principles in his or her current practice setting. Program support for this project will be provided in monthly QI calls as a cohort, QI core curriculum, monthly online assignments related to the QI project, and four in-person QI sessions.