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1. WORKFORCE - To develop, synthesize and disseminate skills for best practices in Integrated Primary Care (IPC) so as to become a national leader in workforce development.
2. TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE - To support and showcase the development of IPC across UMass Memorial Departments, regionally and nationally.
3. EVALUATION - To serve as a center of excellence in the evaluation of programs that integrate behavioral health and primary care services.
Family Medicine and Community Health is a founding department of the University of Massachusetts Medical School. It is the host department of the Center for Integrated Primary Care and provides many of our distinguished faculty for CIPC courses. Find out more about FMCH.
A two-year, full-time fellowship adheres to a practitioner-scholar model and is designed to prepare clinical and counseling psychologists to become leaders and advocates for integrated, collaborative healthcare. Find out more.