Evaluation of Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD (CPT) Training for Clinicians
Led by Ellen Poleshuck, Ph.D.
This project aims to assess the proximal and distal outcomes of a training program (CPT) in the Department of Psychiatry’s Adult Outpatient Clinics. Metrics include feasibility, implementation factors, learning outcomes, clinician satisfaction, and use of CPT in practice.
Evaluation of ECHO Case Management Training
Led by George Nasra, MD, MBA , and Catherine Tredwell, DNP, RN
This project aims to evaluate proximal outcomes (e.g., satisfaction, self-assessed competencies) of behavioral health training using ECHO® for care managers and other clinicians in AHP and PCN primary care practices.
Mobile Crisis Telemedicine Program
Led by Yilmaz Yildirim, MD, PhD
The aim of this project is to assess the use, acceptability and cost effectiveness of telemedicine consultations with Mobile Crisis patients.
Led by Jennifer Richman, M.D., and Tziporah Rosenberg, Ph.D., LMFT
This project focuses on identifying and responding to underserved mental health needs of oncology inpatients. It is a prospective cohort quality improvement project to evaluate proactive use of a psychiatric oncology social worker to screen inpatients for mental health issues on admission and then provide intervention as indicated.
Data Driven Decision Making on Unit 4-9000: Analyses of the Rapid Stabilization Pathway
Led by Deanna Palmeri Sams, Ph.D.
This project aims to evaluate outcomes (e.g., feasibility, length of stay, recidivism) of the Rapid Stabilization Pathway (RSP) on the Child & Adolescent Inpatient Unit. RSP provides intensive therapeutic intervention to appropriate patients and their families, utilizing a narrative and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy based approach to safety planning, including behavioral rehearsal and family engagement.