The Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) Academy is a HRSA-funded virtual training series designed to help staff from health centers, health center controlled networks, and primary care associations develop, implement, and sustain SDOH interventions in their clinics and communities.
The power of The SDOH Academy is that it does not focus on a single intervention. Instead, multiple HRSA-funded national training and technical assistance partners work together to offer a coordinated curriculum on multiple community-based SDOH interventions.
Founded in 2017, The SDOH Academy faculty created a set of foundational trainings available to all health centers, and runs yearly topical and population-based learning collaboratives to encourage peer learning and strengthen institutions’ SDOH practices.
In addition to the SDOH Academy resources above, HRSA’s Bureau of Primary Health Care has developed the following resource: Social Determinants of Health (SDOH): Targeted Training and Technical Assistance (T/TA) Resources for Health Care for the Homeless Centers (HCH) Considering Adopting SDOH Screening
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