Video Q&A with the MBC Experts at Yale
One of our main goals at Greenspace is to offer clinicians and clinical leaders opportunities to further their overall knowledge of Measurement-Based Care (MBC) to help increase its adoption across the mental health industry.
Our partnership with the Yale Measurement-Based Care Collaborative has been an important part of these efforts. In a three-part series with the Collaborative, we set out to cover the basics of Measurement-Based Care, the research behind it, and the impact it’s having across various clinical settings. During these events, the panelists shared so many valuable insights and examples of effective MBC from both the research and their own clinical experience. In an effort to make these learning accessible for any clinician, clinical leader, or organization who wishes to deepen their understanding of MBC and implement it into their own practice, we have continued to share key moments from these panels.
This video Q&A highlights some of the important questions and answers that came up during our second event “The “Collect, Share, Act” Model of Measurement-Based Care: A Conversation With the Experts at Yale.
What is the “Collect, Share, Act” model of Measurement-Based Care?
Dr. Sandy Resnick explains each step of the “Collect, Share, Act” model and uses examples to demonstrate how Measurement-Based Care data can be used in practice to engage clients and inform clinical decision making.
What does the research tell us about Measurement-Based Care?
Dr. Elizabeth Connors describes the Measurement-Based Care research landscape and shares some of the key findings.
How do you share Measurement-Based Care data with clients, and across a care team?
Dr. Amber Childs walks through how she approaches ‘share’ in session, from interpreting results to getting curious about what they mean with clients.
How should I approach discussing different types of assessment results with clients?
Dr. Amber Childs discusses her experience of “Share” in an adolescent intensive outpatient program and how the results can help promote collaboration in session.
Is Measurement-Based Care effective within short-term treatment modalities?
Dr. Elizabeth Connors provides some examples of Measurement-Based Care being used in short-term clinical practice.
How well-versed in different measures do you need to be to use Measurement-Based Care effectively? Can I practice MBC if I’m not familiar with many assessments?
Dr. Amber Childs explains that extensive knowledge of assessments is not important compared to the work you do to get curious, collaborate and discuss results with together with clients.
Do you have any tips for engaging young people in Measurement-Based Care?
Dr. Amber Childs explains the importance of how you introduce Measurement-Based Care, especially when treating youth or working in group-based settings.
What excites you most about Measurement-Based Care’s growing momentum and implementation across the industry?
The members of the Collaborative each share their enthusiasm and optimism for a future of behavioral health care with Measurement-Based Care at its core.
Don’t forget to register for our last educational panel of this series, taking place on Thursday, November 3rd at 1pm EST: ASK ME ANYTHING: A Measurement-Based Care Q&A With the Experts at Yale. This Q&A session is your chance to ask the Yale experts any of your MBC questions. Register here and submit your questions!