Dissemination/Publications of Grant Program Information

Boland, D. & Adams, E. M. (2018). Join the health care team: An interprofessional immersion for psychology trainees. Paper presented at the symposium, “Interprofessional Education in Psychology—Integrating with Medicine” at the American Psychological Association. San Francisco, CA.

Boland, D., White, T., Adams, E. M. (2018). Experiences of pharmacy trainees from an interprofessional immersion training. Pharmacy, 6(2), 37-45.

Adams, E. M., Harper, D., & Boland, J. (August 2016). Integrated primary care psychology training on the US-Mexico border. Paper presented at the symposium, “Integrated Primary Care Psychology Training in Counseling Psychology Doctoral Programs” at the American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Denver, CO.

Harper, D., Scott, M.A., White, T., Kim, H., & Adams, E. M. (2016). Interprofessional immersion: Use of Interprofessional Education Collaborative Competencies in side-by-side training of family medicine, pharmacy, nursing, and counseling psychology trainees in the southwestern US. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 30(6), 739-746. DOI: 10.1080/13561820.2016.1227963

Adams, E.M. (PI): Primary Care Behavioral Health Training. HRSA, Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students Program. ($930,000) Funded 2012-2016.

Edwards, M., Adams, E. M., Waldo, M., Hadfield, O.D., & Biegel, G. (2014). Effects of a mindfulness group on Latino adolescent students: Examining levels of perceived stress, mindfulness, self-compassion and psychological symptoms. Journal of Specialists in Group Work, 39 (2), 145-163. DOI: 10.1080/01933922.2014.891683

Cox, J. T., Adams, E. M., & Loughran, M. J. (2014). Behavioral health training is good medicine: A qualitative study of counseling psychology trainees’ experiences in primary care psychology. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 36(2), 115-129.

Adams, E. M. (2015, Spring). Graduate Psychology Education Program: Integrated Primary Care Behavioral Health Training on the US-Mexico Border. Health Psychology Section of Division Seventeen Newsletter, 57, 4-5.

Adams, E. M., Cheng, H.L., & Tardif, A. (2015). The effect of primary care psychology training on trainees’ self-efficacy. Poster presentation at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association Annual Conference, Portland, OR.

Adams, E. M. (2015). Enhancing counseling psychology trainees’ self-efficacy in providing culturally-competent, integrated behavioral health in primary care on the US-Mexico border. Discussion Group at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association Annual Conference, Portland, OR.

Adams, E. M., Harper, D., & Rislin, J.L. (2015). Enhancing counseling psychology trainees’ self-efficacy in integrated care. Paper presented at the symposium, “Integrative Behavioral Health Training in Counseling Psychology” at the American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Toronto, CA.

Adams, E. M., Cheng, H.L., & Tardif, A. (2015). The effect of primary care psychology training on trainees’ self-efficacy. Poster presentation at the American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Toronto, CA.

Harper, D. Adams, E. M., Robinson, K., & Summers, L. (2015). Interprofessional training in geriatric care: Lessons we’ve learned. Symposium at the American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Toronto, CA.

Adams, E. M., & Nilsson, J.E. (February, 2015). Integrated healthcare on the US-Mexico Border. Presentation at the Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs Conference. San Diego, CA.

Adams, E. M., Harper, D., &Tardif, A. (January, 2015). Integrated healthcare on the US-Mexico Border. Presentation at the Council of Clinical Health Psychology Training Programs Conference, Albuquerque, NM.

Vogel, M., Adams, E.M., Cox, J. T., & Harper, D. (July 2014). How to get started: Gaining basic competencies on integrated care and training in primary care settings. American Mental Health Counselors Association ASCENT Webinar.

Chwalisz, K. & and Adams, E.M. (March, 2014). Social justice: At the intersection of counseling psychology and health psychology. Roundtable Discussion at the Counseling Psychology Conference, Atlanta, GA.