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Human Resources (HR) Issue Brief: Employee Freedoms in the Health Center Workplace (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This Issue Brief examines employee freedoms in the health center workplace. It summarizes the relevant legal issues that must be considered when establishing policies relating to employee freedoms in the workplace. More Details...

Impact of COVID-19 On Public Housing Primary Care (PHPC) Health Center Patients and Operations (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication by NCHPH highlights findings from a survey distributed to public housing residents assessing the effects that COVID-19 has had on Public Housing Primary Care (PHPC) patients and health center operations. 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. More Details...

Establishing an Administrative Fellowship Program: A Practical Toolkit to Support and Develop Future Community Health Center Leaders (2022). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This toolkit provides an overview of administrative fellowships, items to consider prior to implementation and practical tools to recruit, train and place Fellows into permanent roles in a health center. Administrative Fellowship programs offer a pipeline for administrative and operations leaders who come from a health systems, health management and advanced administration background. More Details...

Building Resiliency: Mindful Stress Management (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This is part three of three Mini Resilience Skill-Building Sessions that took place in 2022. At each drop-in session, an empirically-supported mindfulness and resilience-building strategy was introduced by an expert in the field. In this session, participants had the opportunity to learn from Rebecca Bromberg, MBA, RYT, Principal Consultant and Founder of Sole Clarity, who discussed how to manage and transcend stress. Participants also practiced an activity designed to support wellbeing. Additional resources and practices were also provided during the session More Details...

Building Resiliency: Centering Mindful Self-Compassion (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This is part two of three Mini Resilience Skill-Building Sessions that took place in 2022. At each drop-in session, an empirically-supported mindfulness and resilience-building strategy was introduced by an expert in the field. In this session, participants had the opportunity to learn from Cassondra Graff, M.S., LCSW (Senior Teacher of MSC and MBSR at the University of California at San Diego Center for Mindfulness) about how to practice mindful self-compassion in your daily life. Participants also practiced in an activity designed to support wellbeing. Additional resources and practices were also provided during the session. More Details...

Building Resiliency: Developing a Mindfulness Practice (2022). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This is part one of three Mini Resilience Skill-Building Sessions that took place in 2022. At each drop-in session, an empirically-supported mindfulness and resilience-building strategy was introduced by an expert in the field. In this session, participants had the opportunity to learn from Aleezé Moss, PhD (Associate Director, Myrna Brind Center for Mindfulness) about how to develop a mindfulness practice. Participants also practiced an activity designed to support wellbeing. Additional resources and practices were also provided during the session. More Details...

Primary Care Association (PCA) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Core Competencies (2021). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This document outlines 12 domains, related tasks, and behavioral examples for Core Competencies for the Primary Care Association CEO. These domains and related tasks and examples were identified and vetted through a National Advisory Panel made up of key staff who would have interaction with the PCA-CEO position in various settings. More Details...

Workforce Self-Care Resource Repository (2021). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: This resource repository is meant to serve as a starting point for organizations to grow their support of self-care of their workforce and an ever-growing clearinghouse of resources for individuals to engage in self-care. More Details...

Addressing the Needs of Nurses of Color: COVID-19 and the Fight for Health Equity (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar examines the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on front-line nurses of color and the critical need to support the healthcare workforce now and long term. This webinar is part of NNCC's Nurse-Led Forum for Vaccine Confidence series. More Details...

HITEQ Highlights: Is Zero Burnout Possible in Primary Care? Insights from Recently Published Findings Among 715 Practices (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Drawing on recently published research from Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s EvidenceNOW initiative, Dr. Samuel Edwards shared insights for primary care practices seeking to assess and address provider burnout. More Details...

Organizational Self-Care Training Activity Worksheet (2021). Resource Type: Template. Description: A worksheet that encourages an organization self-care strategy More Details...

5 Steps to Address Burnout on the Front Lines of COVID-19 Care (2021). Resource Type: Other. Description: Surveys showed that physicians at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in Boston were burned out. That burnout was also heightened by the added stress of the COVID-19 pandemic. But as well-being efforts were launched across the system to confront physician burnout, solutions fell short, forcing leaders at MGH to shift focus to meet physicians and other health professionals where they were. More Details...

HR Bulletins (2021). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This collection of issue briefs is an update to NACHC’s long-standing “Human Resource Bulletins” series accomplished under prior cooperative agreement project periods. This detailed refresh will reflect the most current issues, trends and national considerations in the health center Human Resource operating environments. More Details...

The Evolving Role of Nurse Practitioners in Health Centers and Considerations for Provider Satisfaction (2021). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This publication discusses the evolving role of nurse practitioners and reccomendations to improve job satisfaction and prevent burnout among nurse practitioners. More Details...

Tools for Creating an Environment that Supports Integrated Care (2021). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This toolkit equips health centers with the guiding principles and tools needed to create an environment that facilitates integrated care. This resource, developed with support from HRSA, is meant to stimulate project team’s thinking and problem-solving skills related to place planning and build cohesion as they embark on improvement projects. (Released in 2021) More Details...

Laying the Foundation for Lawyers on the Health Center Team Part III: Advancing workforce goals for health center and legal services staff (2021). Resource Type: In-Person Training. Description: The National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership is launching a 5-part Webinar Series to disseminate the Health Center Guide toolkit that provides the health center community with information and resources to start, strengthen, and sustain a medical-legal partnership. The toolkit will help health centers to 1) have the important conversations to plan for a MLP’s long term success; 2) understand the specifics on developing screening, referral, and service delivery workflows for a MLP; 3) to look at how integrating legal services can support health center workforce development; and 4) move upstream to address social determinants of health and health equity at a policy level. More Details...

Provider Health IT Experience Survey: Health Center Connections HCCN (2021). Resource Type: Template. Description: Health Center Connections, the HCCN organized and supported by the Community Care Network of Kansas, created this survey to ask clinicians at participating health centers about their work environment, productivity, health IT in use, and health IT interventions. The intent of the survey is to collect information from clinicians that can identify opportunities to reduce provider burden through the use of health IT. More Details...

Memorandum of Understanding Template: A Partnership-Building Resource for Community Health Centers and Domestic Violence Programs (2021). Resource Type: Template. Description: The purpose of this model Memorandum of Understanding is to provide a model that contains best practices for building and sustaining health center and domestic violence program partnerships. More Details...

Vaccine Ambassador Program and Job Description (2021). Resource Type: Template. Description: As communities embark on COVID-19 vaccine campaigns, they are confronting a long history of discrimination and negative interactions with medical services experienced by racial and ethnic minority groups and people experiencing homelessness (PEH), which can contribute to mistrust and vaccine hesitancy. To build vaccine confidence, communities should consider hiring Vaccine Ambassadors to engage PEH and homeless service providers by facilitating two-way communication and disseminating accurate vaccine information. This document describes how. More Details...

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