This month we are featuring one of the National Center for Integrated Behavioral Health pilot awardees. A interdisciplinary team from the University of Minnesota’s Department of Family Medicine and Community Health developed a 10-module curriculum to address the gap in comprehensive integrated behavioral health curricula.
Change that Matters is a 10-module curriculum for clinicians working with patients in primary care settings. Modules focus on common issues seen in primary care (e.g., smoking cessation, insomnia, depression). Each module contains three components, including an interactive patient handout containing brief, evidence-based behavior change strategies, documentation templates for physicians to use with patients during visits and for the after visit summary, and didactic lecture slides that provide context and teach how to implement the intervention with patients.
The entire 10 module curriculum is now available for free online.