The report recommends that from the start, students should train and learn collaboratively with other health professionals to develop leadership and enhance communication skills. Core educational programs should support specialty differentiation according to students' performance, skills, and preferences and workforce needs. Experiential learning will be a hallmark of this educational system and should take place in high-need community and ambulatory health care settings that are patient centered. To develop a workforce that values integration of mental health care, the way in which students are exposed to behavioral health issues must change, according to the report. Currently, most students are not required to learn about integrated care, and there is no requirement for supervision and training in these topics. Medical students currently must complete a one-month psychiatry clerkship, but because most are conducted in the specialty sector students are exposed to the most severe cases, which may not be common in a primary care setting.