Training the Existing Workforce

  title={Training the Existing Workforce},
  author={Miles F. Shore},
  journal={Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research},
In August 1993, The American Association of Chairmen of Departments of Psychiatry held an unprecedented meeting in Seattle to discuss the impact of managed behavioral health care on the tripartite academic mission of education, research, and clinical service. The hastily assembled meeting was precipitated by a rapidly growing awareness that managed care would not go away, and would likely expand its threat to academic psychiatric programs. Managed care companies were steadily signing up… CONTINUE READING

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