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Issue Brief: Farmworkers and HIV (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: There is limited data on the prevalence of HIV among farmworkers. This issue brief provides an overview of current AIDS policy, barriers to screening and testing for HIV/AIDS in farmworker communities, and promising practices to overcome these barriers. More Details...

Create a New Tool to Promote LGBTQIA+ Health Access and Equity: Learning Collaborative (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Prepare for Pride Month 2024 by creating a tool to promote LGBTQIA+ health access and equity! Join us for an engaging four-part Learning Collaborative (LC) designed as a workshop to equip health centers and their partners with the knowledge, skills, and tools needed to address health disparities within the LGBTQIA+ community. Facilitated by the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership and the National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center, participants will first learn about the unique health needs and social barriers faced by LGBTQIA+ individuals. Subsequent sessions will focus on screening techniques, addressing health-related social needs, and collaboratively developing a new tool tailored for Pride Month. The LC concludes with a presentation and implementation plan for the developed tool, empowering participants to improve access to care for LGBTQIA+ individuals and aligning their work with objectives for enhancing health equity. More Details...

Cultural Humility: The Tookit (2024). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This toolkit will provide LGBTQ+ terms, gender identity concepts, cultural beliefs, health disparities, and barriers to accessing behavioral health services, as well as best practices for creating an affirming care experience. This toolkit focuses on the Social Drivers of Health and illustrates how to provide empathetic care to special populations. More Details...

Preventing Chronic Diseases: Eliminating Obstacles to Healthy Living (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Chronic diseases impact one of every two adults and account for 86% of our nation\'s healthcare spending. These conditions also have a disproportionate impact on traditionally marginalized communities including racial and ethnic minorities, LGTBQIA+ community members, recipients of HUD funding and Residents of Public Housing. Fortunately, many chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease and type-two diabetes mellitus are preventable, and patients can now live long and healthy lives when provided with the appropriate supports. More Details...

Being a Champion for Cultural Humility: A Guide for Health Centers - Cultural Humility with LGBTQ Communities (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar provides a broad overview of LGBTQ+ terms, gender identity concepts, cultural beliefs, health disparities, and barriers to accessing services, as well as best practice strategies for creating an affirming care experience using a Cultural Humility framework. Since clinicians and other healthcare workers in LGBTQ Care FQHCs and primary care organizations serve sexual and gender minority people every day these insight can help them better serve these populations. 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...

NTTAP Webinar Series 2023-2024 - Strategies for Advancing Health Equity in Health Centers (March 14, 2024) (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Join our upcoming webinar to explore strategies for advancing health equity within health centers. Learn specific approaches, including steps for developing a health equity plan utilizing Community Health Center, Inc. (CHCI) best practices as a framework, creating a health equity team, and establishing priorities and goals to guide health equity work. Attendees will leave with increased confidence in developing their health equity plan at their health center. More Details...

NTTAP Webinar Series 2023-2024 - Data-Driven Health Equity: Strategies for Collecting Patient Data in Health Centers Webinar (March 7, 2024) (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Join our upcoming webinar as we dive into key strategies for using identity data in population health management. Expert faculty will highlight the importance of gathering data to address health disparities, with a focus on utilizing Electronic Health Records (EHR) for both internal and patient-focused justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) purposes. Participants will gain confidence in advancing health equity with strategies to collect and use demographic data for developing and monitoring health equity plans. More Details...

Advancing the use of SDOH Data to Support Value Based Care: National Training for Health Centers (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Is your health center interested in learning about how collection of social needs data can support your performance in providing value based care? This one-hour webinar, presented by Washington Association for Community Health, CHAS Health, and the HITEQ Center taught about best practices in SDOH screening and how health centers have used SDOH data for patient care, population health, and value based care. Participants had the opportunity to ask questions and share the specific challenges they face regarding SDOH screening and use of data. All health center staff, particularly those involved in screening clients for social needs, connecting them to resources and using data to inform care, were welcome to attend. More Details...

Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence and Human Trafficking: Health Center Preparedness Before, During, and After Emergencies (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Developed in collaboration with Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO) and Health Partners on IPV and Exploitation, this educational brief focuses on equipping health centers (HCs) with the necessary tools and knowledge to support Asian Americans (AA) and Native Hawaiians/Pacific Islander (NH/PI) survivors of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and Human Trafficking (HT) during natural disasters and public health emergencies (emergencies). Structural barriers, language access, and lack of culturally responsive organizations often leave these survivors vulnerable. More Details...

Suicide Prevention Strategies for LGBTQ+ Communities White Paper (2023). Resource Type: Publication. Description: The stunningly disproportionate rate of self-induced deaths among LGBTQ+ individuals is an ongoing emergency. LGBTQ+ Care clinicians and other health care workers serve sexual and gender minority (LGBTQ+) people every day, but adequate preparation about supporting these populations is rarely offered in professional training. This publication highlights some of the pressures that lead sexual and gender minority people to suicide, what factors elevate or lower self-harm risk, and interventions to help LGBTQ+ people build resilience in a hostile world. This publication is in partnership with the Center for LGBTQ Health Equity at Chase Brexton Health Care. More Details...

Supportive Transition Care for Foster and Former Foster Youth: Medical-Legal Partnership in Action -- Webinar Series (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Explore healthcare and social service access for foster youth. Learn about promising practices for supportive transition care that improves health and social outcomes. More Details...

Integrating HIV and STI Prevention into Primary Care: Best Practices and Beyond (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Join us for our upcoming webinar where experts will discuss strategies for HIV and STI prevention management, addressing substance use, and incorporating injectable Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) medication. Additionally, experts will dive into models for implementing specialty care for key populations in your training programs. Participants will leave with a deeper understanding of HIV and STI prevention strategies in primary care and actionable steps to strengthen their PrEP program. More Details...

Harnessing the Power of Outreach and Enabling Services to Address Social Drivers of Health Webinar (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: As a part of a collaborative project for the Bureau of Primary Health Care’s National Training and Technical Assistance Cooperative Agreement, the Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO), MHP Salud, the National Health Care for the Homeless Council (NHCHC), and Health Outreach Partners (HOP) facilitated a webinar on enabling services (ES) and social drivers of health (SDOH). The facilitators and panel of speakers discussed the role of ES staff in screening for and addressing SDOH and how data can be used for meaningful change. Speakers also shared successes, challenges, best practices, and other useful knowledge on addressing social risk factors and building community partnerships. More Details...

Using Team-Based Care to Improve HIV Linkage to Care Webinar (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This Renaye James Healthcare Advisors' training addresses why having different components of a multidisciplinary team, when working together to provide HIV services to a suburban community, can be very advantageous and improve care delivery. How to foster effective communication and collaboration among multidisciplinary healthcare teams, including physicians, nurses, specialists, pharmacists, social workers, and other stakeholders, to exchange critical information, insights, and expertise is also essential. The training includes an overview of how to streamline daily healthcare workflows and processes by optimizing task allocation, reducing redundancies, and eliminating barriers to information sharing. The speakers review the outcomes of a successful Ryan White Program. More Details...

PrEP Process Map Example: HITEQ Center, September 2023 (2023). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This resource is an example of a Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Process Map. A process map is a picture of how a health center workflow moves from the start point to the end point. As you review the process map, make note of the design elements, such as use of colors, shapes, and icons, and the level of detail included in the map. You can download the process map in the Documents to Download section below. More Details...

LGBTQIA+ Care Organizational Change Videos (2023). Resource Type: Micro-Learning. Description: Our new 3-5 minute video series discusses best practices for organizational change at health centers to provide LGBTQIA+ affirming care. Topics include Health Needs Assessment, Engagement and Collaboration with Community Partners, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) Data Collection, Information Technology Considerations, Investment and Engagement from Key Stakeholders, and Recruitment and Retention of LGBTQIA+ workers. More Details...

Cultural Adaptation of Measures and Tools for Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) Data Collection (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar will highlight opportunities to adapt SOGI data collection measures and tools through culturally and linguistically affirming approaches, to better serve multilingual, multiethnic, and racially diverse communities. Participants will hear from bilingual-bicultural researcher Carlos Rodriguez-Diaz, PhD, MPHE, MCHES who will share his experiences developing culturally relevant strategies with Spanish-speaking communities, and Dr. Alex Keuroghlian, MD, MPH, who will highlight SOGI resources from the National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center. More Details...

Health Benefits and Considerations of Sports Participation and Physical Activity for Transgender and Gender Diverse People (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar will present the unique barriers to and benefits of physical activity and sports participation for transgender and gender diverse (TGD) persons. Presenters will discuss the legal, social, and medical barriers to engagement, including accessibility and safety. The webinar will highlight medical and mental health benefits specific to TGD persons, including with regard to osteopenia/osteoporosis, obesity, hypertension, minimization of gender dysphoria, and other mental health benefits. Participants will hear directly from a transgender athlete about their experience navigating sports participation and from a clinician on best practices for engaging TGD patients with compassionate informed support and connecting them to affirming sports-related resources. More Details...

Engaging Health Centers in the Human Rights Campaign's Healthcare Equality Index to Advance LGBTQIA+ Equity (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Health centers strive to create an environment where all patients, visitors, and employees feel safe, affirmed, and respected. How do you know if your health center is truly meeting those needs? One way is to participate in the upcoming Healthcare Equality Index (HEI) survey from the Human Rights Campaign (HRC). This biennial survey evaluates and scores healthcare facilities on detailed criteria under four central pillars: Foundational Policies and Training in LGBTQIA+ Patient-Centered Care; LGBTQIA+ Patient Services and Support; Employee Benefits and Policies; and, Patient and Community Engagement. More Details...

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