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CHWs: The Key Players in Heat Stress Management Strategies Among MSAWs (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: As global temperatures rise, Migrant Seasonal Agricultural Workers (MSAWs) are increasingly at risk for heat-stress health issues due to their work conditions. Proactively involving Community Health Workers (CHWs), Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), and local communities can raise awareness and provide essential support to mitigate these risks. By collaborating on education, emergency preparedness, and advocacy, stakeholders can take a strategic approach to improve conditions and health outcomes for MSAWs facing the impacts of climate change. More Details...

CHWs Supporting MSAWs' Health Across Life's Seasons (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Community Health Workers (CHWs) are essential frontline public health workers with deep cultural understanding and adaptable skills. They play a crucial role in supporting Migrant Seasonal Agricultural Workers (MSAWs), who face unique challenges due to their transient work and diverse backgrounds. CHWs provide vital services such as healthcare access, language interpretation, legal guidance, and culturally appropriate support, ensuring MSAWs receive comprehensive care across different locations and life stages. This integrated approach supports positive health outcomes and addresses systemic barriers through community-driven initiatives. More Details...

How Using Tobacco Can Affect You and Your Family (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This bilingual educational door hanger, available in English and in Spanish provides health centers with an education tool to address tobacco use among agricultural workers during their education and outreach efforts. The door hanger provides information for agricultural workers on the various methods of tobacco consumption, related health risks, and the benefits of quitting tobacco use specific to agricultural workers. This door hanger can be used when health center staff conducts education and outreach to support agricultural workers. More Details...

Cómo el uso del tabaco puede afectarle a usted y a su familia (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Este colgador de puerta educativo bilingüe, disponible en inglés y español, proporciona a los centros de salud una herramienta educativa para abordar el consumo de tabaco entre los trabajadores agrícolas durante sus esfuerzos de educación y alcance. Este recurso tambien ofrece información a los trabajadores agrícolas sobre los diversos métodos de consumo de tabaco, los riesgos para la salud relacionados y los beneficios de dejar el consumo de tabaco específicos para los trabajadores agrícolas. Este colgador de puerta se puede utilizar cuando los trabajadores del centro de salud realizan actividades de educacion y alcance para apoyar a los trabajadores agrícolas. More Details...

A Guide for Health Centers to Address Tobacco Use Among Agricultural Workers (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This guide provides information to help health centers address tobacco use among agricultural workers and it includes a bilingual educational door hanger for agricultural workers that health centers can use during their education and outreach efforts. The guide provides information to health center staff about the various methods of tobacco consumption, related health risks, and the benefits of quitting specific to agricultural workers. it also highlights cessation and tobacco use screening tools and strategies to motivate change, identify a patient's level of readiness to quit, conduct outreach, and build collaborative partnerships to address tobacco use. This guide and door hanger can be used to support agricultural worker patients in a health center setting or while conducting outreach. More Details...

2024 Regional Stream Forums Impact Report (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The Regional Stream Forums 2024 Impact Report offers a review of each of the Forums including the conference program, participant demographics, conference sponsors, planning committee members and conference highlights.  More Details...

Instructions for Using Naloxone (2024). Resource Type: Patient Material. Description: Instructional sheet on how to use Naloxone in the case of an opioid overdose. Available in both English and Spanish. More Details...

Serving Farmworker Patients Who Speak Indigenous Languages (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This resource, co-created with Rural Women's Health Project and Language Access Florida, shares best practices for health center outreach staff and clinicians who are serving Indigenous-Speaking farmworkers. The recommendations come directly from Indigenous farmworkers. It is available in English and Spanish. More Details...

"Data Disaggregation: Principles, Promising Practices, and Lessons Learned To Advance Health Equity" Report (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This report outlines the data disaggregation principles, promising practices, and lessons learned based on an environmental scan and feedback from health center stakeholders in Asian American (AA) and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (NH/PI)-serving health centers. More Details...

Social and Structural Impacts on Diabetes and Comorbidities Management for AA and NH/PI Populations Learning Series: Module 4: Bridging Community and Clinic to Promote Diabetes Equity in South Asian Communities (2024). Resource Type: Micro-Learning. Description: The Association of Asian Pacific Community Health organizations (AAPCHO) chronic disease management programs, expertise, and national network in the AA and NH/PI community health center space, will feature research, community intervention strategies, and historical context for diabetes and other co-morbidities among AAs and NH/PIs. This self-paced learning series will feature modules that outline various social, political, and structural drivers of health for diabetes and comorbidities management. Modules will include case studies which promote resources, strategies, and interventions to support health center performance improvement and transformation efforts. This is module 4 and was recorded on June 5, 2024. More Details...

Clear the Air! Protect Your Health from Bad Air (Comic Book) (2024). Resource Type: Patient Material. Description: Comic book aimed at workers which discusses the situations in which contaminants may enter their airways, as well as recommendations to help them to protect themselves in harmful work environments. Available in both English and Spanish. More Details...

The State of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Health at Community Health Centers Webinar Series (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Part 1: This session included recommendations to increase access to care, improve health outcomes, and promote health equity for Asian American (AA), Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (NH/PI) patients. Presenters shared findings from AAPCHO's upcoming report, 'The Health of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders Served at Health Centers: An Analysis of the 2022 Uniform Data System.'; Part 2: Stories transform data into narratives that can inspire change. In Part 2 of the 'The State of AA and NH/PI Health at Community Health Centers'; webinar series, speakers expanded on the findings of AAPCHO's UDS data analysis to focus on contextualizing the data with case studies from AA&NHPI-serving health centers. Hear from AA&NHPI-serving health centers to learn about their communities, best practices for improving health outcomes, and strategies for addressing health disparities. More Details...

Addressing Maternal Health Disparities Utilizing an Advanced Team-Based Care Model (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Addressing Maternal Health Disparities Utilizing an Advanced Team-Based Care Model Wednesday, May 8, 2024 3:00pm-4:00pm ET / 12:00pm-1:00pm PT Expert panelists will discuss an advanced model of team-based care that can be used for addressing maternal health disparities. The panelists will dive into the application of team-based care strategies and the roles within the interdisciplinary team including the primary care provider, certified nurse midwife, registered nurse, behavioral health, and more. More Details...

Addressing Maternal Health Disparities Utilizing an Advanced Team-Based Care Model (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Addressing Maternal Health Disparities Utilizing an Advanced Team-Based Care Model Wednesday, May 8, 2024 3:00pm-4:00pm ET / 12:00pm-1:00pm PT Expert panelists will discuss an advanced model of team-based care that can be used for addressing maternal health disparities. The panelists will dive into the application of team-based care strategies and the roles within the interdisciplinary team including the primary care provider, certified nurse midwife, registered nurse, behavioral health, and more. More Details...

Advancing Equity: Community Health Workers' Role in Enhancing Breast Cancer Screenings and Linkage to Care (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Join NNCC to explore breast cancer disparities & their impact on different communities. Discover the crucial role of Community Health Workers (CHWs) in bridging gaps & facilitating screenings & care. Learn practical strategies & best practices to implement CHW programs effectively within your practice. Additionally, find out how engaging community partnerships & collaborations can lead to holistic care solutions. Attending gives you valuable insights, actionable strategies, & real-world advice to enhance your approach to breast cancer screenings & care in your health center. More Details...

"Integrated Care for AA and NH/PI Youth Patients" Webinar (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: On Thursday, May 2, AAPCHO convened a webinar detailing the essential role of Community Health Workers (CHWs) in providing youth services. Speakers shared about building trust and delivering culturally-responsive and identity-affirming care strategies through cultural farming practices, traditional arts, and peer outreach to ensure that youth have access to care. Listen to the Recording: https://bit.ly/3QyAd1T Webinar Slides: https://bit.ly/youthwebinar2024 Transcript PDF: https://bit.ly/4bfF94o Transcript Plaintext: https://bit.ly/3y80RZo More Details...

Emergency Preparedness for Residents of Public Housing (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Did you know that residents of public housing are disproportionately affected by emergencies? Data indicates that they often face more adverse effects during crises? To address this issue, NCHPH has developed an informative infographic emphasizing the importance of emergency preparedness for public housing residents. More Details...

Assessing Bilingual Staff Competency Tool (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The National Center for Farmworker Health (NCFH) is proud to release our Bilingual Staff Competency tool which provides steps with tips and guidance for assessing the bilingual competency of health center staff to minimize language barriers in healthcare settings. More Details...

Preparing to Serve MSAWs and Other Vulnerable Populations Through Public Health Emergencies (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Join MHP Salud, Project HOPE, Community Health of South Florida, and Healthcare Network for a Zoom webinar designed to equip Federally Qualified Health Centers, particularly Migrant Health Centers, with essential tools for navigating public health emergencies. More Details...

Umu Talk Podcast Episode 1: Pacific Pathways: Bridging Mental Health Gaps for Native Hawaiians & Pacific Islanders in Alaska (2024). Resource Type: Podcast. Description: The National Association of Pasifika Organizations (NAOPO) and Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO) is excited to release "Umu Talk." This podcast highlights the lived experiences of Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NH/PI) community health workers (CHWs) and partners. Each episode features talk story interviews with NH/PI community members to destigmatize mental health topics while providing support and improving advocacy for our community. More Details...

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