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Dr. McCoy develops a new approach to team care training

October 21, 2019
Posted In: Faculty & Staff Headlines, SOMA

Lise McCoy, EdD, MTESL, assistant professor at A.T. Still University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona (ATSU-SOMA) is the senior editor and director of Team Care Connections – Improving Team-based Care for Vulnerable Populations – a new digital magazine for healthcare professionals.

Dr. McCoy develops content for providers who are often working with patients with complex health and social needs. Each issue of Team Care Connections uses real-world scenarios and examples provided by health practitioners to present team-based strategies for tackling common challenges faced by primary care teams.

Each article included in Team Care Connections is guided by the needs and preferences of frontline providers. The magazine also includes a variety of engaging features to complement the articles. Icons throughout the magazine provide a map to interactive features such as videos, expert commentary, lightboxes, tips, and tools.

The second issue of Team Care Connections, Conversations about Moral Distress and Moral Injury, is scheduled for release in early 2020.

Visit Team Care Connections to see the premiere issue.

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