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(p. 84) Integrative Care Models 

(p. 84) Integrative Care Models
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(p. 84) Integrative Care Models
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Erin E. Emery

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195385670.003.0007
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date: 04 December 2020

Chapter 7 discusses integrative care models within geropsychology, including how mental disorders, including depression, anxiety, and substance abuse, frequently co-occur with physical illnesses, either as precipitating or exacerbating factors, and are associated with increased risk of multiple physical health problems and mortality in older adults. It also discusses the Integrated Health Care for an Aging Population (IHCAP) report of 2008, competencies related to integrated care, interprofessional healthcare teams, team development, and the role of the psychologist in integrated care.

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