Interprofessionalism and the Practice of Health Psychology in Hospital and Community: Walking the Bridge Between Here and There

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Interprofessionalism is a cornerstone for health care reform and is an important dimension for success for the practice of professional psychology in integrated care settings, whether in academic health centers, ambulatory clinics, or in independent practice. This article examines salient skills that have allowed the author to practice in both primary and… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10880-016-9479-2

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@article{Tovian2016InterprofessionalismAT, title={Interprofessionalism and the Practice of Health Psychology in Hospital and Community: Walking the Bridge Between Here and There}, author={Steven M. Tovian}, journal={Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings}, year={2016}, volume={23}, pages={345-357} }