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  • Trauma Informed Care & Addiction in the Addiction 101 Online Learning Academy

    02/21/19; Online

    Additional Information

    This series will help you understand best practices in addressing substance use disorders in your community. This series of webinars is best suited to health care leaders, medical and behavioral health clinical staff, and other clinical and non-clinical staff members involved in substance use disorder programs.

    Session 2 of the Addiction 101 series addresses the connection between substance use disorders and trauma. We will discuss Adverse Childhood Experiences, research on the comorbidity of PTSD and substance use disorders, building a trauma informed agency and provide case examples to help illustrate these concepts.

    All webinars are recorded and CME credit is available.

    Information about this webinar series and all of the Weitzman Institute Learning Academy sessions and offerings can be found on the website:

    Organizations that haven’t signed up yet for this four webinar series can register here:
    Weitzman Institute Learning Academy Registration System

    If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact us at or (860) 852-0828

  • Introductory and Advanced Courses for Health Center Clinicians

    6/17-6/20/19; 9/23-9/26/19; Boston, MA; Seattle, WA

    Additional Information

    Managing Ambulatory Health Care (MAHC) is a series of four training courses that goes beyond the basics of being a new Clinical Director.

    Managing Ambulatory Health Care I: Introductory Course for Clinicians in Health Centers (MAHC I)
    September 23-26, 2019
    Seattle, WA

    Managing Ambulatory Health Care II: Advanced Course for Clinicians in Community Health Centers (MAHC II)
    June 17-20, 2019
    Boston, MA

  • Two Training Opportunities for New Clinical Directors

    3/30-3/31/2019; 5/16-5/17/19; Washington, DC; West Valley City, UT

    Additional Information

    Training for New Clinical Directors provides the core knowledge and competencies that all health center Clinical Directors need to function as effective managers, leaders, and advocates for their health centers and communities. Clinical Directors, including Site Directors in their position for two years or less are encouraged to enroll.

    March 30-31, 2019 (in conjunction with the 2019 P&I)
    Washington, DC

    May 16-17, 2019
    West Valley City, UT
    Hosted by the Association for Utah Community Health (AUCH)

  • Connecting the Dots with Supportive Housing: CSH Summit 2019

    04/30/19; JW Marriott Indianapolis

    Additional Information

    CSH Supportive Housing Summit 2019 will activate cross-sector collaboration and partnerships, connecting the dots with supportive housing. Leaders from many professional fields important to supportive housing, including healthcare, education, child welfare, workforce development, IDD, justice reform, addiction, community planning and others will gather in Indianapolis, IN.

  • STAR² Center Employee Engagement Learning Collaborative Application Due

    02/18/19; Online

    Additional Information

    Engaged employees are happier, more productive and far more likely to stay for the long-term, and skilled managers are key to developing a highly engaged team. Managers from health centers across the country are invited to join the STAR2 Center for a 12-week Learning Collaborative alternating 30-minute webinars with relevant, hands-on homework assignments and dynamic discussions to put learning into action and strengthen their teams for the long-term! Apply by February 18 to join this cohort!

  • 2019 National Health Care for the Homeless Conference & Policy Symposium

    05/22/19; Washington, DC

    Additional Information

    Join us at #HCH2019 as we explore what it means to be “Working Together for Justice” through intensive trainings in health care and homelessness in the heart of Washington, D.C. Register to learn and network with hundreds of colleagues from across the U.S. at this singular annual gathering of clinicians, consumers, administrators, advocates, and policymakers.

    Whether you’re interested in exploring cultural humility or medical respite, harm reduction or trauma-informed care, we hope you’ll join us in our nation’s capitol as we unite as a community to explore the future of homeless health care and real solutions to homelessness.

  • Her Health, Her Housing: Improving Services for Women Experiencing Homelessness

    03/06/19; Virtual Training

    Additional Information

    Please join National Health Care for the Homeless Council for our free 2019 Spring Virtual Training, Her Health, Her Housing: Improving Services for Women Experiencing Homelessness, from March 6-28! Women and families are the fastest-growing segments of the American homeless population. Whether on the streets, doubled-up, or temporarily sheltered, women without homes face complex challenges such as increased risk of sexual assault, lack of access to preventive and prenatal care, and all-too-prevalent trauma.

    Learn how you can improve services for women experiencing homelessness through trauma-informed, quality care in our eight free, CME-accredited webinars. Featuring national experts, our sessions will explore the impact of violence, sex work, and racism on women without homes as well as best practices for medical respite care, cervical cancer screening, prenatal services, and more!

  • NACHC’s Policy & Issues Forum

    03/27/19; Washington, DC

    Additional Information

    Every year the NACHC Policy & Issues Forum (P&I Forum) draws thousands of Community Health Center professionals and leaders in one of the largest national conferences focused on primary care and health policy. Clinicians, executives, administrators, consumers, board members and advocates from all over the country assemble to dialogue and meet with their lawmakers on Capitol Hill. They bring with them a long history of bipartisan support based on significant achievement as the largest primary health care network in the U.S.

    This year’s gathering will be the first since the mid-term elections shifted the balance of power in the U.S. House of Representatives and elected new leaders in state capitals around the country. Do not miss this opportunity to gain a fresh understanding of how the new political dynamics will affect key priorities and shape the future of health centers.

  • Clinical Quality Symposium: Increase Your Clinical Expertise in Diabetes

    05/20/2019; Fairlee, Vermont

    Additional Information

    Please join us for Bi-State’s first Clinical Quality Symposium on May 20, 2019, at Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee, Vermont. This day-long conference tailored to increase your clinical expertise in Diabetes care and treatment. The conference includes a keynote presentation by Macella Wilson, Ph.D., two panels with Q&A, comprehensive workshops, continental breakfast, lunch, and networking breaks. We are applying for CMEs and CNEs for all sessions.

    Bi-State’s annual Primary Care Conference will be held the following day in the same location – there is a 15% CQS registration discount if you register for both conferences. Please review the website for more information.

  • Advancing Excellence in Sexual and Gender Minority Health

    03/22/19; Seaport Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts

    Additional Information

    Advancing Excellence in Sexual and Gender Minority Health is a national CME course developed in response to a high volume of queries from clinicians and health care staff seeking to learn about providing high-quality care for patients who identify as a sexual or gender minority. This conference is designed to train the whole health care team in providing competent, confident and affirmative health care, grounded in research evidence and best clinical practices. Sessions are led by expert faculty specialized in sexual and gender minority research and patient care.

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