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Migrant Health Centers & COVID-19 Infographic (2020). NCFH's infographic describing the results of the most recently available survey data for Migrant Health Centers conducted by HRSA, updated weekly. More Details...

The COVID-19 Pandemic: Information and Resources (2020). We at Migrant Clinicians Network have a dual priority to support clinicians and the vulnerable patients that they serve. MCN is presently developing strategies and gathering resources to support clinicians as they reach out to communities that are often overlooked and give care to patients who might otherwise have nowhere to go. We remain highly concerned for the vulnerable populations that already encounter numerous barriers to health and to care. More Details...

Diabetes Continuum of Care: Pillars of Community Engagement (2020). This webinar is part of the Special and Vulnerable Populations - Diabetes Task Force's 2020 National Learning Series. This session is focused on community engagement and is part four of a four-part webinar series on effective strategies to prevent, treat, and manage diabetes among special and vulnerable health center program patients. More Details...

Diabetes Continuum of Care: Effective Service Delivery Approaches to Improve Health Literacy (2020). This is the third webinar of the Special and Vulnerable Populations - Diabetes Task Force's 2020 National Learning Series. This session is focused on health literacy and is part of a four-part webinar series on effective strategies to prevent, treat, and manage diabetes among special and vulnerable health center program patients. More Details...

Diabetes Continuum of Care: Understanding Health Literacy to Improve Diabetes Outcomes (2020). This is the second webinar of the Special and Vulnerable Populations - Diabetes Task Force's 2020 National Learning Series. This session is focused on health literacy in diabetes and is part one of a four-part webinar series on effective strategies to prevent, treat, and manage diabetes among special and vulnerable health center program patients. More Details...

Mi salud es mi tesoro: Un guía para vivir bien con diabetes: My Health Is My Treasure: A Guide to Living Well With Diabetes (2020). Migrant Clinicians Network’s groundbreaking new Spanish-language comic book, “Mi salud es mi tesoro: Un guía para vivir bien con diabetes,” or “My Health Is My Treasure: A Guide to Living Well With Diabetes,” tells the relatable story of Goyo, an agricultural worker with a new diabetes diagnosis. Illustrated by artist and frequent MCN collaborator Salvador Saenz, the colorful, low-literacy comic book allows clinicians to share how to live with diabetes, with content tailored specifically for agricultural workers. More Details...

El papel de las VdS en la protección de los trabajadores vulnerables y sus familias: Trabajando en los tiempo de COVID-19 (2020). Durante este seminario virtual de 90 min MCN tratará de responder a preguntas urgentes de las Ventanillas de Salud sobre COVID-19 y discutiremos estrategias y recursos para proteger la vida de los trabajadores y sus familias. More Details...

WEBINAR | Work in the time of COVID-19: Protecting Vulnerable Workers and Their Families (2020). In this national webinar, presented by Amy K. Liebman, MPA, MA, and Ed Zuroweste, MD, we respond to many of your questions about COVID-19 and discuss strategies and resources to help workers best protect themselves and their families. More Details...

Trabajadores Agrícolas y el COVID-19: Preguntas frecuentes (2020). This MCN blog post serves to provide answers to many of the frequently asked questions we have received concerning Farmworker Health and COVID-19. More Details...

Outreach Strategies during a Pandemic for Ag Workers: COVID-19 Webinar Series (Part 1): Outreach Strategies (2020). The focus of this webinar was on Outreach strategies targeting Agricultural workers. Health Center (HC) staff that attended the webinar provided information about how they have conducted outreach to Agricultural workers in the past and shared how the current COVID-19 pandemic has impacted their service delivery now. The webinar includes responses shared by health center staff highlighting the challenges amidst this crisis and includes changes that have been implemented in an effort to be responsive to their patient populations. More Details...

Farmworkers and COVID-19: FAQ (2020). This MCN blog post serves to provide answers to many of the frequently asked questions we have received concerning Farmworker Health and COVID-19. More Details...

Developing Relationships with Agricultural Producers: COVID-19 Webinar Series (Part 2): Developing Relationships in Agricultural Industry to Enhance Education, Communication, and Increase Access to Care (2020). This webinar provides information about the current state of COVID-19 epidemiology in rural areas and on U.S. farms, and provides listeners with information about how to obtain contact & location information of agricultural producers, as well as tips for building effective collaborations with producers in the interest of providing agricultural workers with access to health care. Guest speakers include Dr. David Douphrate and Dr. Anabel Rodriguez of the University of Texas Health Science Center, who have extensive experience in conducting health-related research projects and employee health and safety training in partnership with agricultural producers. More Details...

Juntos Nos Movemos: Parents and Children Making the Time to Move Together (2020). Juntos Nos Movemos aims to prevent and reduce childhood obesity by helping agricultural worker parents make the most of their limited free time with their children by engaging in a variety of fun and culturally-appropriate physical activities. The curriculum and accompanying materials (trainer’s guide, flipchart, and worksheet, available in English and Spanish) are for outreach staff to share with agricultural worker patients. More Details...

Effective Partnership Guide: Improving Oral Health for MIgrant and Seasonal Head Start Children and their Families (2020). This collaboration between the National MIgrant and Seasonal Head Start (MSHS) programs (ACF/OHS) and the Health Center Program (HRSA/BPHC) provides an overview of oral health care within Head Start programs in conjunction with health centers. It describes effective ways that MSHS can partner with health centers for dental care and outlines payment models and avenues for partnership. More Details...

Enabling Services Case Study: A Focus on Field-Based Services: North Carolina Farmworker Health Program (2020). This publication is part of a series of case studies that highlight innovative models for providing enabling services to help reduce barriers to care and address social determinants of health. This case study features the North Carolina Farmworker Health Program (NCFHP) efforts to deploy an Outreach Team to provide a myriad of core enabling services to farmworkers in the field, at home, and in migrant camps. The case study highlights innovative models of providing outreach and care in addition to discussing key funding, policy, and market drivers. More Details...

The Relationship Between Mental Health and Physical Health (2018). Mental and physical health are profoundly linked; however, the two are often talked about separately and treated differently. Many common medical problems treated in primary care involve behaviors and health habits that can worsen the condition when left unaddressed. In the United States, medical healthcare professionals provide the vast majority of behavioral health care in primary care settings. As many as 70% of primary care visits are related to behavioral health needs and over 80% of psychotropic medications are prescribed by non-psychiatric medical providers. In this webinar we will discuss common co-morbid physical and mental health conditions that are frequently diagnosed among migrant and seasonal agricultural workers. This presentation will help participants better understand the link between mind, behavior and body. Understanding this link is an important step in identifying strategies to help agricultural workers who are living with chronic physical conditions and who also present with mental health conditions – such as depression and anxiety. More Details...

MCN Pesticide Exposure Clinical Guidelines and Assessment Form (2013). Template guidelines and form to assist clinicians in the recognition and management of acute pesticide exposures. More Details...

Increase Access to Care Self-Assessment (2019). Our Migrant Health Program Self-Assessment tool will provide your health center with the framework to assess and document current status of your MSAW program, and to identify gaps and areas of improvement to better reach and serve your MSAW population. More Details...

Health Network: A Care Coordination Program for Mobile Patients (2019). This webinar provides an overview of Health Network, a bridge case management program for mobile patients. Health Network assures continuity of care and treatment completion by providing comprehensive case management, medical records transfer and follow up services for mobile patients. As rapid travel and ease of mobility make it possible to arrive anywhere in the world in a matter of hours and as shifting economic conditions require individuals and families to move in order to stay employed, Health Network has proven to be an easily modifiable patient navigation system with application in disease surveillance and treatment management for any number of injuries, illnesses or care needs among mobile populations. More Details...

Cholinesterase (ChE) Testing Protocols and Algorithm for Healthcare Providers (2014). A clinician guide for monitoring cholinesterase levels for patients working with Class I and Class II organophosphates (OP) and N-methyl-carbamates. More Details...

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