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  • Kadijah Grant

    Kadijah Grant

    2016/17 academic year UNC-PrimeCare trainee Kadijah Grant works in a hybrid role with the UNC Department of Psychiatry and Family Medicine. Her position was created to foster interdisciplinary collaboration between outpatient Psychiatry and Primary Care Providers. As a Behavioral Health … Continued


  • Allison Schad

    Alli Schad

    2016/17 academic year UNC-PrimeCare trainee Alli Schad presented two posters describing important work she did at her field placement, UNC Campus Student Health. Alli’s posters were among 25 others viewed by faculty and staff from Student Affairs during their end … Continued


  • Daniel Agha-Ball

    Daniel Agha-Ball

    2015/16 academic year UNC-PrimeCare trainee Daniel Agha-Ball, a UNC-PrimeCare and Substance Use and Addictions Specialist (SUAS) trainee, graduated from the MSW program at UNC-Chapel Hill in 2016. After graduation, Danny began working in eastern North Carolina for PORT Health Services, … Continued


  • Jamie Burgess-Flowers

    Jamie Burgess-Flowers

    2015/16 academic year UNC-PrimeCare trainee “I am currently employed as a Behavioral Health Integration (BHI) Project Manager for Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC) in Raleigh. CCNC consists of 14 regional networks of physicians, nurses, pharmacists, hospitals, health departments, social … Continued


  • Kathryn Falbo-Woodson

    Kathryn Falbo-Woodson

    2015/16 academic year UNC-PrimeCare trainee “After 15 years in the field, I returned to graduate school in 2013 (Winston-Salem Distance Education). Leaving full-time employment and switching from a macro-level position to a more clinically-based, micro-level role required lots of support … Continued


  • Michelle Stoisits

    Michelle Stoisits

    2014/15 academic year UNC-PrimeCare trainee “I am currently a behavioral health coordinator and clinician working in an integrated care setting at a Pediatric Primary Care office in Greensboro. In this position, I work with the doctors, nurses, and other social … Continued