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(American Journal of Preventive Medicine[TA])
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  • The Relationship Between Life Satisfaction and Healthcare Utilization: A Longitudinal Study. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Prev Med 2018 May 17
  • Goel V, Rosella LC, … Alberga A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Life dissatisfaction was significantly associated with being a high-cost user in the future. This relationship persisted after adjustment for demographic factors, comorbidity, socioeconomic factors, and health behaviors. This study points to the importance of considering broader correlates of well-being with respect to future healthcare utilization and costs.
  • Virtual Mentorship Network to Address the Rural Shortage of Mental Health Providers. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Prev Med 2018; 54(6S3):S290-S295
  • Keeler H, Sjuts T, … Liu H
  • CONCLUSIONS: These data suggest that distance mentoring is a feasible option, but that the near-peer benefits of virtually mentoring high school and college students together are overshadowed by different mentoring needs expressed for each group. High school students expressed needs for basic information about career possibilities, whereas college student needs are specific to achieving career goals. Shorter mentoring sessions may be more sustainable long-term and focus limited mentoring resources. This project may serve as a professional pipeline model for others who face a critical shortage of mental health providers.
  • Using ECHO Clinics to Promote Capacity Building in Clinical Supervision. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Prev Med 2018; 54(6S3):S275-S280
  • Chaple MJ, Freese TE, … Garrett S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Results from this pilot study suggest that ECHO virtual clinics are feasible to implement for the purpose of workforce development, are well liked by participants, and can enhance clinical supervision self-efficacy among participants. Further research should explore the impact of self-efficacy on the effective implementation of clinical supervision practices.
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