HDFS Alumna Cameron Froude awarded Song-Brown Grant

Cammy FroudeRecent HDFS graduate Cameron Froude, PhD, MA, LMFT – the Behavioral Health Program Manager of the John Muir Health Family Medicine Residency Program – has been awarded a $925,000 grant: 2018-2021 SONG-BROWN GRANT – Training family medicine residents in team-based, whole-person care.  Role: Principle Investigator; Project Coordinator. The goals of this project are threefold: to train residents in facilitating interprofessional group medical visits for patients at a local FQHC; to train residents in providing integrated biomedical and behavioral healthcare to patients treated on a mobile health van, and; to support one resident position for 3 years.  For further information, here is a link to the Song Brown webpage.