Thu, May 18|
Supervision: Interdisciplinary Collaboration Training
We're very excited to dive into discussion on training interdisciplinary collaboration and how that correlates with improved outcomes with clients and with colleagues. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8586302/
Time & Location
May 18, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM MDT
About the event
In recent years, there has been discussion of the need for training behavior analysts in collaboration skills. There is some consensus that these skills are needed to improve outcomes with clients and with colleagues. Specifically, students of behavior analysis and behavior-analytic practitioners need to learn the skills associated with functioning effectively in interdisciplinary teams. At Melmark, a model of training in this skill set has been developed and integrated into supervision modules for those seeking Board Certified Behavior Analyst certification. In this model, supervisees are exposed to information about the expertise and value of the allied professions of speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and developmental pediatrics. Rotations are done within these fields to expose trainees to the expertise of these fields and to build skills in collaboration with members of those professions. Trainees are also assigned tasks that require them to identify the contributions of other professions and display appropriate collaborative behavior. Future directions for the model are discussed, including extending it across the organization and developing performance-based assessments and social validity measures.
This will provide 1.5 Supervision Continuing Education hours.
This ticket is free and does NOT include any continuing education credits. This ticket allows for admission to the journal club discussion for participation.
Discussion and CEs
+$0.38 service fee
This ticket allows for admission to the journal club discussion for participation AND pays for the allotted continuing education credit(s).
+$0.38 service fee0