This session will describe the two-fold workforce development needs for creating mental health equity in integrated primary care: creating an equitable workforce and training for creating equitable clinical structures. Speakers will discuss the unique approaches that have been successful in recruiting and retaining individuals from the communities in which they serve as well as ways to engage community support.
- Identify innovative approaches for recruitment and retention of your workforce team with the intent to create mental health equity within an integrated primary care system.
- Discuss how to generate a more representative workforce along with more equitable outcomes as identified from research efforts involving the pediatric population.
- Describe the importance of obtaining support from the community including identification of resources and community agencies in order to foster growth for the future workforce.
- Behavioral Health Providers
- Primary Care Providers
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