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Integrated Primary Care Practice: What Social Workers Need to Know

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1.  What are three types of brief therapies social workers may utilize in primary care settings?
  1. CBT, DBT, and Psychodrama
  2. Psychodynamic psychotherapy, DBT, and Motivational interviewing
  3. CBT, Solution focused counseling, and Motivational interviewing
  4. ABD, TA, and Hypnosis
2.  What does ‘SBIRT’ stand for?
  1. Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment
  2. Suicide, Brief Therapy, Referral to Treatment
  3. Screening, Bowen Family Systems Therapy, Readiness for Treatment
  4. Specific, Behavioral Intervention, Rapid, Treatment
3.  Which healthcare practice model was developed to manage and aging population with chronic conditions?
  1. Recovery Model
  2. Chronic Care Model
  3. Medical Model
  4. Prevention and Wellness Model
4.  What is Level 2 of SAMHSA’s Six Levels of Integration?
  1. Basic collaboration
  2. Full integrated practice
  3. Minimal collaboration
  4. Basic collaboration at a distance
5.  What biopsychosocial factors related to culture are important to be aware of when treating a patient with diabetes?
  1. Managing weight/diet
  2. Social supports
  3. Relationship to food and risk of death
  4. Knowing signs of hypo/hyperglycemia
6.  What are three interventions that can be used with patients who have COPD?
  1. No interventions needed
  2. Minimize feelings, take aware cigarettes, psychoeducation
  3. Solution focused counseling, adjusting oxygen levels, smoking cessation
  4. CBT, relaxation training, illness education
7.  Which type of therapy involves focusing on the process of change and getting clients to resolve ambivalence?
  1. Problem Solving Therapy
  2. Motivational Interviewing
  3. Psychopharmacology
  4. Interpersonal Counseling
8.  Which type of conceptual model of healthcare delivery involves seeing the medical provider as the authority, diagnosing illness through observations and procedures, and is centered around a problem/solution framework?
  1. Recovery Model
  2. Prevention and Wellness Model
  3. Medical Model
  4. Integrated Care Model
9.  What are some behavioral factors that may influence the development or exacerbation of cardiovascular disease in a patient?
  1. Socioeconomic status
  2. Smoking, alcohol use, diet, and exercise
  3. Depression and anxiety
  4. High blood pressure
10.  In team based integrated models, what is the role of the pharmacist on the team?
  1. The pharmacist ensures that the patient’s medications are appropriate for his/her/their conditions and that the patient understands and can take them safely
  2. The pharmacist prescribes the patient other medications that their primary care physician doesn’t know about
  3. The pharmacist reviews the patient’s chart but does not make any changes
  4. The pharmacist refills the patient’s medications for them

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