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COVID-19 in Rural America: Impact on Farms & Agricultural Workers (2020). This fact sheet is updated weekly with information on COVID-19 clusters among agricultural workers, and provides an overview of the impact of COVID-19 on farms and agricultural workers. More Details...

Building Resilience in the Midst of a Pandemic: What Health Care Workers and Leaders Can Do During the COVID-19 Pandemic (2020). A lot of energy has been devoted to the critical need for PPE, the lack of respirators, tests, and the pressure on health centers to help “flatten the curve.” This crisis has left little time to address the impact of workplace and personal stressors on providers and other staff as they try to balance the fear of contracting the virus while carrying a heavy, complex workload. This webinar provided tips and recommendations for leadership, health center staff working at clinical sites on how to create a healthy environment and cope with anxiety, depression and other behavioral disorders caused by COVID-19. More Details...

Secondary Traumatic Stress Identification, Mitigation and Improving Work Satisfaction for Health Center Staff During the COVID-19 Pandemic (2020). This webinar educated health center staff on the concept of traumatic stress. It identified terms, risk factors, and symptoms associated with compassion fatigue/secondary traumatic stress and burnout. The concept of self-care is introduce, and participants learned about building skills that can mitigate traumatic stress responses and improve work satisfaction and reslience. 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...

Developing Cross-Sector Partnerships (2020). This guide provides health center staff with tools and strategies to initiate, develop, and sustain community partnerships to better serve older adult residents of public housing. Content of this publication was developed through a 4-session learning collaborative launched by the SDOH academy with a small cohort of HRSA-funded health centers, HCCNs, and PCAs. More Details...

Webinar Recordings and Slides — COVID-19: Oral Health COVID-19 Webinars (2020). This webpage includes all recordings and slides from NNOHA's live webinars related to COVID-19. The webinars include content on self-care, teledentistry, and oral health workforce. 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...

Oral Health Listening Session Findings — COVID-19 (2020). NNOHA hosted three oral health listening sessions on health center dental programs' responses to COVID-19. The listening sessions focused on protecting the community and protecting the dental team. The findings of the three listening sessions are provided in this document in addition the webinar recordings. More Details...

Tomato Workers' Health and Safety: A Guide for Health Care Providers (2018). This guide is intended to be a reference for health care providers who work with people employed in the U.S. tomato industry. It aims to prepare providers with a more detailed understanding of hazards, health issues, and work processes associated with different tomato industry jobs. More Details...

It’s Hot and It’s Dangerous! A Webinar for Community Health Workers to Learn about Heat Related-Illness and How to Help Prevent It. (2019). This workshop will help community health workers recognize and prevent heat-related illness among at-risk workers. Case studies will show how to recognize the symptoms and health effects of heat-related illness. Participants in this workshop will receive resources for preventing heat-related illness. More Details...

Farmworker Clinical Care Resource (2019). A clinical resource for providers caring for farmworkers. More Details...

Don't Get Hurt!: Stay Safe At Work (2016). These bilingual posters educate workers on how to work safely with machinery on the farm. Developed by two Occupational Health Interns (OHIP) during their internship with the National Farm Medicine Center, these posters accompany the Seguridad en las Lecherías curriculum More Details...

Communicating Safety: English as a Second Language Health and Safety Training Materials (2016). Communicating Safety: A Health and Safety English Learning Curriculum for Immigrant Workers in Agriculture is a health and safety intervention for immigrant workers. This project offers free, OSHA-approved training and educational materials that were developed using English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) learning activities - pairing dairy safety and health content with relevant vocabulary and English language skills in a culturally and linguistically appropriate context. More Details...

Clinician Guides for Farmworker Health and Safety Regulations (2019). MCN and Farmworker Justice offer these guides to assist clinicians in understanding farmworker health and safety regulations. Environmental and occupational health topics includes: EPA’s Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act; EPA’s Food Quality Protection Act; EPA’s Worker Protection Standard More Details...

Agricultural Health Safety Bilingual Picture Dictionary: "Seguridad en Palabras/ Safety in Words" (2016). MCN's Bilingual Picture Dictionary, "Seguridad en Palabras/ Safety in Words," illustrates work place hazards and best practices for health and safety in agriculture. Developed with support from the OSHA Susan Harwood Grant Program, this resource will bolster Hispanic workers' English vocabulary and will help prevent agricultural injuries. More Details...

Environmental and Occupational Screening Questions for the Primary Care Setting: Preguntas para sondear en los lugares de atencion a la salud (2007). Three concise and effective environmental/occupational health screening questions for the primary care provider. English/Spanish resource More Details...

Environmental and Occupational Health Screening Questions for the Primary Care Setting: Preguntas para sondear en los lugares de atension a la salud (2017). Three concise and effective environmental/occupational health screening questions for the primary care provider. Electronic Health Record Version English/Spanish resource. More Details...

Health Policy Bulletin: Green Tobacco Sickness (2019). FJ's Health Policy Bulletin summarizes recent developments in research and policy that impact agricultural worker health. The 2019 Health Policy Bulletin highlights policy and research to mitigate the harm of Green Tobacco Sickness (GTS) among agricultural workers. More Details...

Addressing Nail Salon Workers' Health and Safety for Community Health Centers: Addressing Nail Salon Worker Safety Through Community Centers (2015). This webinar provided an overview of the complex issues faced by nail salon workers and the important role health centers can play in addressing the needs of this growing population from a social determinants of health approach. It focuses on the profile of this population, the role of health centers in promoting health and safety, and community initiatives to drive implementation for change. More Details...

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