RCPA - Rehabilitation and Community Providers Association


Provider Survey: Integrated PCP and Child MH Care
June 27, 2014

As announced in May, RCPA has collaborated with the University of Pittsburgh to survey child practitioners regarding the deliver of integrated primary (PCP) and mental health (MH) care. Thank you to members that have participated thus far. Unfortunately, issues with false survey completion have been encountered and there is need to verify contact information of members who have completed the survey.  Those who have participated and submitted an email address can expect an email from the University of Pittsburgh who is verifying completed and legitimate surveys. RCPA will cross-check this list to ensure that participating providers are RCPA members.

Staff of RCPA member organization working to develop or deliver integrated child and adolescent mental health care and who are:

  • Licensed Professional Counselors,
  • Marriage and Family Therapists,
  • Clinical Nurse Specialists,
  • Clinical Social Workers,
  • Psychiatrists,
  • Psychologists,
  • Behavior Specialists,
  • Certified Peer Specialists,
  • Speech and Language Pathologists,
  • Occupational Therapists, and
  • other licensed mental health clinicians

are encouraged to collaborate with the University of Pittsburgh Health Policy Institute in completing this important survey. There is a need to understand practitioner experiences in this work. Please support the Health Policy Institute in completing this short, online research study (10-15 minutes).

The research study is voluntary. Each RCPA practitioners that participates will receive an online $20 Amazon gift card as compensation for their time. Respondents must be RCPA member professionals dedicated to working with children, adolescents, and families. Survey participants must review and agree to the research consent form to complete the survey.Contact Trina Orimoto (412-246-5837 or orimotote@upmc.edu) with questions related to completing the survey. For information regarding RCPA’s collaboration with the Health Policy Institute contact Connell O’Brien.

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