Dana Brandenburg, PsyD
Smiley's Clinic, University of Minnesota Department of Famly Medicine and Community Health
Dana Brandenburg, PsyD, is faculty in the University of Minnesota Medical Center Family Medicine Residency. She completed a fellowship in primary care and behavioral science education through Michigan State University. Her scholarly interests include the integration of mental health services into primary care, behavioral science education within family medicine residencies, and behavior change related to obesity and tobacco cessation. She also serves as a health care professional representative on the Health Care Home Advisory Committee at the Minnesota Department of Health.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Working across state agencies, the Minnesota Department of Health and Minnesota Department of Human Services are engaging primary care and behavioral health providers to redefine health and redesign care. At the center of this process is creating a collaborative learning environment where providers and their partners continually improve to deliver whole person care by integrating across primary care, behavioral health, and social services. Participants at this interactive “show and tell” learning session will enhance knowledge and skills for: • Identifying integrated learning topics for whole…