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Interprofessional Continuing Education

APA’s Center for Interprofessional Training and Education (CITE) is pleased to offer continuing education that supports effective interprofessional collaboration and intervention across a wide array of workplace settings. Interprofessional skills emphasize interdisciplinary coordination and collaboration in support of a team-based approach to integrated care. These interprofessional programs draw from, and contribute to, the professional development of physicians, psychologists, nurses, social workers, and other health care professionals who are seeking to expand their skills and improve their outcomes within the rapidly developing world of integrated care.All programs offer 1.0 CE Credit and include live question and answer with the presenters.

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Nationally, multiple barriers prevent patients from accessing behavioral medicine for pain. For instance, few psychologists and mental health therapists are trained to treat pain (Darnall et al, Pain Psychology: A global needs assessment and national call to action.

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  •  1.0 CE

Knowledge regarding pain psychology concepts, diagnostics, and treatment is lacking across professional disciplines- including our own. Learners will leave equipped with understanding of the biospychosocial treatment model of pain, as well as tools, skills, enduring resources to engage patients in psychosocial pain treatment.

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  •  1.0 CE

There has been a rise in interest in remote monitoring of pain and other symptoms with mHealth technology designed to support individuals in making lifestyle changes needed to improve quality of life. Consumer demand for remote assessment programs, health ‘apps’ and sensors has far outpaced the science needed to understand their benefits and impact.

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