Past Events & Trainings

May 6-7, 2022: Washington State Virtual Integrated Care Conference: Leveraging Integrated Care to Address Health Equity

The University of Washington Advancing Integrated Mental Health Solutions (AIMS) Center and the Integrated Care Training Program (ICTP) sponsored this opportunity to learn about and discuss community-level projects addressing mental health issues and innovations in integrated care in our state. More information about the conference.

March 4, 2022: UW Psychiatry Grand Rounds - UW PACC

Mark Duncan, MD, Co-Medical Director of UW PACC (Psychiatry and Addictions Case Conference), discusses the UW PACC program and its impact as part of the UW Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences 2021-2022 Grand Rounds Series. Watch the one-hour recording

May 7, 2021, Grand Rounds

The Integrated Care Training Program (ICTP) co-sponsored this presentation on Low-Intensity CBT: Driving Revolution in Mental Health Care by Paul Farrand, PhD. Dr. Farrand. More information, including a description of the presentation.

April 2019 Behavioral Health Workforce Summit

The University of Washington Evidence-Based Practice Institute (EBPI), the Advancing Integrated Mental Health Solutions (AIMS) Center, and the Integrated Care Training Program (ICTP) sponsored summits to explore opportunities for creating academic and industry partnerships to train the workforce of the future. The summits were attended by over 100 Washington State stakeholders. More information, including agenda. 

May 4, 2017, Primary Care Provider Training, Spokane, WA

The University of Washington Psychiatry and Addictions Case Conference (UW PACC) hosted this CME-accredited case conference-based training on bipolar disorder treatment, Suboxone for opioid disorders, and Collaborative Care. More information, including agenda and slide handouts.

December 3, 2016, Primary Care Provider Training, Vancouver, WA

The University of Washington Psychiatry and Addictions Case Conference (UW PACC) hosted this CME-accredited case conference-based training on bipolar disorder treatment, Suboxone for opioid disorders, and Collaborative Care. The 26 participants included primary care providers, behavioral health providers, and clinic managers. More information, including agenda and slide handouts.