Longitudinal Faculty Development in Curriculum Design: Our Experience in the Integrated Care Training Program

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Acknowledgments

Prior presentation: This work was presented at IPS: The Mental health Services Conference in Washington, D.C. 2016. The authors would like to acknowledge Betsy Payne for analyzing the evaluation data.

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The UW Integrated Care Training Program is funded and supported by the Washington State Legislature and the Safety Net Hospital Assessment, working to expand access to psychiatric services and behavioral health workforce throughout Washington State.

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Toor, Cerimele, and Farnum have nothing to disclose. Ratzliff reports grants from the Washington State during the conduct of the study and royalties from Wiley.

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Toor, R., Cerimele, J.M., Farnum, M. et al. Longitudinal Faculty Development in Curriculum Design: Our Experience in the Integrated Care Training Program. Acad Psychiatry 44, 761–765 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40596-020-01298-7

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