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Implementing Staff Satisfaction Surveys Infographic (2023). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This STAR² Center infographic is designed to support health center teams as they focus on staff resiliency, wellness, satisfaction, and engagement by guiding teams through the process of conducting staff satisfaction surveys.  More Details...

Farmworker Health Network (FHN) Key Resources 2023 (PDF) (2023). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The Farmworker Health Network (FHN) is committed to supporting the development of leadership within Community and Migrant Health Centers and increasing access to care for the farmworker population. This document is a series of resources collected from FHN partners. More Details...

Farmworker Health Network (FHN) Key Resources 2023 (2023). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The Farmworker Health Network (FHN) is committed to supporting the development of leadership within Community and Migrant Health Centers and increasing access to care for the farmworker population. This document is a series of resources collected from FHN partners. More Details...

Building a Resilient & Trauma-Informed Workforce Factsheet (2023). Resource Type: Publication. Description: It is critical that health centers understand the importance of developing a trauma-informed organization that prioritizes staff well-being and resilience. This fact sheet asks “what does it mean to be trauma-informed” and explains the concept of resilience, both individual and organizational. It details how health centers can operate in a “new normal” to support staff well-being after experiencing the acute and prolonged trauma of COVID-19 pandemic and other national and global struggles. More Details...

Leadership Training for Clinical Staff - Leading a Diverse Staff (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The clinical environment presents specific challenges to effective leadership and teamwork—and it is critical that clinical personnel have the skills and tools to lead effectively. Good leadership and a cohesive, supportive team environment fosters mental health, resiliency to challenges, reduces burnout, and improves patient care. More Details...

Empowering Your Workforce: Considerations for Implementing & Responding to Staff Satisfaction Surveys Webinar (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: In the ever-evolving healthcare landscape, prioritizing employee satisfaction has become a critical factor in delivering exceptional patient care and ensuring the success of healthcare organizations. Staff satisfaction surveys have emerged as powerful tools, providing invaluable data to drive positive change, optimize policies, and enhance employee retention. However, many organizations are seeking guidance on how to effectively initiate or improve their staff satisfaction survey processes. Join our interactive webinar as we explore the key considerations for implementing staff satisfaction surveys in health centers. Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the essential steps involved in conducting these surveys, from thoughtful survey design and administration to skillful data analysis. We will delve into effective question strategies that elicit valuable insights from employees, helping to identify areas of strength and opportunities for improvement. More Details...

A Toolkit to Promote Nurse Resiliency and Retention (2023). Resource Type: Publication. Description: In response to the significant nursing retention issues healthcare was attempting to mitigate, the PA Action Coalition pulled together a special interest task force. The goal of the Nursing Stress, Resiliency, and Retention Task Force was to compile best practices, identified in literature and by practice, to address the significant challenges the nursing workforce faces. More Details...

Creativity and Healing: The ArtStreet Experience (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Gain insight into the ways art can become a valuable resource for trauma informed care inhealth centers. The ArtStreet program at Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless regularly uses art therapy and inspirational art exercises to both address a patient’s trauma and provide whole-person healthcare. More Details...

Creating a Happiness Advantage in Community Health Centers (2023). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This case study examines how how strategically prioritizing happiness can become the biggest advantage an organization has in a competitive, highly demanding health care delivery environment. The study focuses on three areas--idnividual habits, team-based work routines, and organizational priorities and reinforcement. More Details...

Creativity & Healing: Connecting Through Art: The Zufall Health Experience (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Do the arts have a role in the healing journey? Join NACHC for the third session of a 4-part webinar series highlighting the benefits of integrating arts in health center programs for staff and patients. Learn how and why the arts are an integral part of Zufall Health Center programs and services and experience the benefits of creativity that are part of the everyday experience for Zufall patients and staff. More Details...

Safety and Security Series: The Basics (2023). Resource Type: E-Learning. Description: Safety and security are primary issues for both patients and staff of health care for the homeless health centers. It is important for health center staff to understand foundational factors to consider and discuss in order to increase their own personal safety and support the safety and security of their team members and patients. More Details...

Resiliency Toolkit: A Comprehensive Guide for Health Centers & Their Staff (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: In the face of unprecedented turnover, burnout, compassion fatigue, and moral distress and injury, it is important to remember that there are paths forward for organizations and their leaders. While self-care remains important, it is imperative that organizations create supportive environments with trauma-informed management to help their staff be able to care for themselves in the best way possible. By focusing on resiliency and wellbeing, organizations can set goals to guide their strategic initiatives to increase these in their workforces. More Details...

All Hazards Emergency Preparedness and Response Competencies for Health Center Staff (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The National Nurse-Led Care Consortium (NNCC) and the Community Health Care Association of New York State (CHCANYS) have developed a set of competencies to improve the emergency and disaster preparedness of all health center staff. This publication provides a comprehensive overview of these competencies and sub-competencies, as well as a description of how they were developed. More Details...

Creativity & Healing: Daydream with a Purpose (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This is first session of a 4-part webinar series highlighting the benefits of integrating arts into health center programs for staff and/or patients. This unique learning opportunity provides participants with experiential, creative/arts-based activities. Featured health center and behavioral experts will provide an overview of the evidence for practical programming. More Details...

Pesticide Reporting and Workers' Compensation in Agricultural - Interactive Map (2022). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: Includes 1) pesticide reporting regulations for each state and where and how to report; and 2) state workers’ compensation requirements and restrictions in agriculture and for undocumented workers. More Details...

Workforce Self-Care: Self-paced module (2022). Resource Type: E-Learning. Description: This self-paced learning module is designed for supervisors and provides strategies for promoting self-care among teams and direct reports. Learn techniques to integrate trauma-informed supervision, model self-care behaviors, and promote resilience among your team. More Details...

NACHC’s “Workplace Well-Being” Self-Paced Modules (2022). Resource Type: eLearning . Description: This 4-part series explores how to foster mind, body, and sense of purpose in individuals, teams, and organizations for a more resilient workforce and improved well-being in the workplace. More Details...

Finding Your Passion at Work (2022). Resource Type: eLearning. Description: This module will explain how to rekindle or find new passion in your work. It emphasizes the importance of being mission driven and passionate about what you do, knowing your ambitions, and adopting a positive attitude, leading to improved satisfaction and engagement in your work. More Details...

The Emotional Toll of Caring for Others: A Factsheet on Supporting Staff Mental Health Through Compensation Equity and Inclusive Benefits (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: One of the most crucial roles health center leadership plays is taking care of the wellbeing and mental health of all staff, including their own. While mental health challenges among the healthcare workforce is not a new phenomenon, the COVID-19 pandemic and other societal and traumatic events only served to further exacerbate the problem. More Details...

The COVID-19 Pandemic and the Health Center Workforce: Challenges and Solutions (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Despite increasing demand for health care services, health centers indicate a critical shortage of staff necessary to meet that demand. Burnout, stress, depression, etc. have eroded our healthy workforce. This Facebook Live session discussed workforce challenges and how to navigate these challenges to advance well-being. More Details...

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