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Montana Integrated Behavioral Health Training

Sponsor
Montana Primary Care Association
Deadlines
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
Contact

Tammera Nauts
tnauts@mtpca.org

Purpose

Montana Primary Care Association provides professional development training for healthcare providers in Montana that are interested in integrated behavioral health and medication assisted treatment (MAT) for substance use disorders (SUDs).

Courses have included:

  • Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Waiver Training
  • Community Roundtables on MAT
  • Academic Detailing - Individualized mentoring and discussion for providers and clinic teams for opioid related issues
  • IT Matters - Knowledge, tools, and practice innovations for interdisciplinary teams to implement Integrated Medication Assisted Treatment (IMAT)
  • SBIRT - Develop an initial rollout plan and vision for implementation of Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral, and Treatment (SBIRT)
  • Basic Toolbox for Working with SUD Patients - skills for supporting patients in early and sustained recovery, ASAM overview and dimensional assessments, determining appropriate levels of care, integrated practice levels, the impact of interdisciplinary communication on patient care, brief intervention models, and pragmatic harm reduction strategies
  • Patient Centered Communities: MAT and Mental Health/SUD Agencies
Eligibility

Eligible participants are healthcare providers in Montana that are interested in integrated behavioral health and MAT. Each course lists the types of providers for which the course content is designed.

Geographic coverage
Montana
Amount of funding

Training is offered at no cost. Continuing education credit is available for some courses.

Application process

Additional information is available on the program website. Register for each course individually.

Contact Tammera Nauts to discuss scheduling local, community-based training events.

Tagged as
Behavioral health · Behavioral health workforce · Community health workers · Emergency medical technicians and paramedics · Health aides and assistants · Health workforce education and training · Healthcare executives · Illicit drug use · Integrated service delivery · Mental health · Nurse practitioners and other advanced practice registered nurses · Nurses · Pharmacy workforce · Physician assistants · Physicians · Prescription drug abuse · Primary care · Public health · Substance abuse · Montana



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