As part of the Population Mental Health and Integrated Care Fellowship, each fellow will participate in rotations in the following areas:
Clinically fellows will work in different integrated care consultation models including collaborative care model in primary care clinics. In collaborative care model they will work closely with a psychiatric consultant doing systematic case review and direct consultation.
The goal of the research rotation is to provide supervised experience in designing, conducting, and/or writing up results of research projects, or in reviewing and synthesizing a body of research literature.
Fellows will spend six (6) months providing weekly telepsychiatry services through the Veteran’s Administration (VA) Hospital and six (6) months completing a passport-style rotation through other settings and telehealth models.
The fellow will pair with a faculty member who has implementation experience to support the implementation of collaborative care in a community primary care practice.
This rotation includes an introduction to quality Iiprovement (QI), demonstration of how QI processes can be applied to current UW integrated care models, and provides an opportunity for active learning whereby fellows complete a QI project themselves.