Integrated Physical and Mental Health Care Articles

Literature Collection from the AHRQ Academy for Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care
A constantly updated collection of research supporting integration.

Brawer, P., Martinelli, R., Pye, P., Manwaring, J., & Tierney, A. (2010). St. Louis
            initiative for integrated care excellence (SLI2CE): Integrated-collaborative care on a
            large scale model. Families, Systems, & Health, 28(2), 175-187.     Abstract

Fitzpatrick, J. (2006). A novel approach to integrating mental and physical health care for
            Vulnerable populations: Why isn’t this program routine? Archives of Psychiatric
            Nursing, 20(6), 247-248.

Funderburk, J., Sugarman, D., Maisto, S., Ouimette, P., Schohn, M., Lantinga, L., Wray, L.,
            Batki, S., Nelson, B., Coolhart, D., & Strutynski, K. (2010). The description  and
            Evaluation of the implementation of an integrated health model. Families, Systems,
            and Health, 28(2), 146-160.     Abstract

Geis, A. & Delaney, K. (2010). Integrated health care: Strengthening nursing’s voice. Archives
            of Psychiatric Nursing, 24(6), 435-437.

Hine, C., Howell, H., & Yonkers, K. (2008). Integration of medical and psychological treatment
            Within the primary setting. Social Work in Health Care, 47(2), 122-134.     Abstract

Kathol, R., Butler, M., McAlpine, D., Kane, R. (2010). Barriers to physical and mental condition
            integrated service delivery. Psychosomatic Medicine, 72, 511-518.     Abstract

Manoleas, P. (2008).Integrated primary care and behavioral health services for Latinos: A blue-
            print and research agenda. Social Work in Health Care, 47(4), 438- 454.     Abstract

Pomerantz, A. & Sayers, S. (2010). Primary care—mental health integration in healthcare in the
            Department of Veteran Affairs. Families, Systems, & Health. 28(2), 78-82.     Abstract

Sharrock, J. & Happell, B. (2000). The role of the psychiatric consultation-liaison nurse in the
             general hospital. Aust Journal of Advanced Nursing.18(1):34-9. Review.     Abstract

Sharrock J, Grigg M, Happell B, Keeble-Devlin B, Jennings S. (2006) The mental health nurse: a
            valuable addition to the consultation-liaison team. International Journal of Mental Health
15(1):35-43.     Abstract

Upshur, C. (2005). Crossing the divide: Primary care and mental health integration.
            Administration and Policy in Health Care, 32(4), 341-355.     Abstract

Weston, W. (2004). Shared mental health care: The Calgary Model—A commentary. Families,
            Systems, and Health, 22(4), 439-444.     Abstract

Zivin, K., Pfeiffer, P., Szymanski, B., Valenstein, M., Post, E., Miller, E., & McCarthy, J.
            (2010). Initiation of primary care—mental health integration programs in the VA Health
            System. Associations with psychiatric diagnoses in primary care. Medical Care, 48(9),
            843-851.     Abstract

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