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Community Asset Mapping with NCFH (National Center for Farmworker Health) (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar . Description: NCFH’s webinar on community asset mapping will train health centers on how to successfully develop a community-asset map, the importance of partnerships, and how they can address Social Determinants of Health (SDOH)(SDOH). NCFH’s community-asset map template will be provided to participants and can be used as a starting point to identify potential partnerships in their service area. Following the webinar, NCFH will provide office hours to assist in the implementation process, discuss lessons learned, successes, challenges, and strategies. More Details...

Best Practices in Cooking and Nutrition Education from Sustainable Food Center's The Happy Kitchen/La Cocina Alegre (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar . Description: NCFH is partnering with the Sustainable Food Center's The Happy Kitchen/La Cocina Alegre to provide this informative webinar on a nutrition program that can become an essential component for addressing diabetes prevention and management with health center patients. Sustainable Food Center’s The Happy Kitchen/La Cocina Alegre® has been offering cooking and nutrition education to the Austin, Texas community since the late 1990s. Classes feature recipes that are delicious, nutritious, seasonal and affordable, plus peer-facilitated nutrition education on topics such as incorporating more vegetables and reading nutrition labels. Program Manager, Molly Costigan, shares program history, lessons learned, best practices, and how these classes may be integrated into a health center’s health and wellness program More Details...

Alergias - Allergies​​​ (2018). Resource Type: Educational Video. Description: An educational video portraying a story of a man who was diagnosed with allergies and how he is currently managing his diagnosis. More Details...

Ag Worker Health 102: Supporting Agricultural Worker Health (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar . Description: Health Centers serving the agricultural worker community are adept at addressing the unique needs of agricultural worker patients and families by developing innovative and strategic models of service delivery. Even with the recent national pandemic, health centers across the country have shown their ability to quickly adapt to meet the new and expanding needs of their agricultural worker patients as traditional barriers to care have been exacerbated with COVID-19. In this webinar, faculty will share information on the most relevant current agricultural worker policy issues. We will also explore effective service delivery models that include recent adaptations due to COVID-19. Finally, faculty will highlight training and technical assistance (T/TA) opportunities, resources, and promising practices to help support health center staff in the implementation of service delivery changes and adaptations when serving agricultural workers. This webinar is developed and presented by the Farmworker Health Network, a six-member network of organizations with decades of experience working with health centers to address agricultural worker health needs. More Details...

Ag Worker Health 102: Supporting Agricultural Worker Health (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar . Description: Health Centers serving the agricultural worker community are adept at addressing the unique needs of agricultural worker patients and families by developing innovative and strategic models of service delivery. Even with the recent national pandemic, health centers across the country have shown their ability to quickly adapt to meet the new and expanding needs of their agricultural worker patients as traditional barriers to care have been exacerbated with COVID-19. In this webinar, faculty will share information on the most relevant current agricultural worker policy issues. We will also explore effective service delivery models that include recent adaptations due to COVID-19. Finally, faculty will highlight training and technical assistance (T/TA) opportunities, resources, and promising practices to help support health center staff in the implementation of service delivery changes and adaptations when serving agricultural workers. This webinar is developed and presented by the Farmworker Health Network, a six-member network of organizations with decades of experience working with health centers to address agricultural worker health needs. More Details...

AADE: Your Resource for Diabetes Prevention, Self Management Education, and Accreditation (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar . Description: Presented by Jodi Lavin-Tompkins, Director of Accreditation with AADE, this session will provide an overview of the American Association of Diabetes Educators and their AADE7 Self-Care Behaviors Framework, along with a review of their other products and services offered to help those who work with people with diabetes and pre-diabetes. Attendees will also learn the pros and cons of accreditation and the steps and structure needed to apply for accreditation to provide diabetes self-management and diabetes prevention services. More Details...

A Promising Practice Model for Diabetes Prevention The Program at Su Clinica Familliar (2019). Resource Type: Archived Webinar . Description: Diabetes is an epidemic and a true problem across the United States. Participation in a Diabetes Prevention Program can be very beneficial in enhancing a patient’s understanding of diabetes, while learning about the critical components of lifestyle changes that may prevent it. In this webinar, Su Clinica Familiar in South Texas will share a road map to the American Diabetes Association 1705 Program, based on the one implemented at their health center. This will serve as a Promising Practice Model for other community healthcare centers that may be interested in incorporating a similar Diabetes Prevention Program. In addition to highlighting the details of the program at Su Clinica, the presentation will include a discussion on the partnerships, barriers, challenges, and successes of implementing it. Presented by Lino Zamora, Marlen Chavarin-Andrews, and Dr. Elena Marin. More Details...

A Patient Model for Diabetes Management (2018). Resource Type: Archived Webinar . Description: The purpose of this webinar is to demonstrate an example of a patient-centered model program, such as the Diabetes Education Program at Brownsville Community Health Center (BCHC) in South Texas. More than 90% of BCHC patients are Hispanic and Spanish speaking, with most having a limited education and many challenges related to economics and family dynamics. In this 60-minute webcast, the presenter will share information on the development of this program, how it integrates understanding of the specific needs of the population served, the use of motivational interviewing techniques, and the importance of building relationships to promote lifestyle changes. At the center of the program is acknowledging the value of life experiences and belief systems that adult learners bring to an educational session and leveraging these patient experiences to promote active self-management. More Details...

Project Power (n.a.). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: Project Power is designed for boys and girls, ages 8 -16 with multiple risk factors for developing type 2 diabetes. More Details...

Patient Social Determinants of Health (SDOH)(SDOH) Screening Tool (-). Resource Type: Template . Description:  Set of questions for patients to evaluate their present situation and for health care teams to use this information to refer patients to available services. More Details...

Increase Access to Care (IAC) Q&A Packet (-). Resource Type: Publication . Description: This list provides a compilation of questions and answers gathered from past Increase Access to Care workshops, webinars, and trainings. This Q&A Packet for Increasing Access to Care provides Health Centers a one-stop shop for information related to the accurate identification and classification of agricultural workers. Information has been categorized by familiar topics to enable the user to find related information quickly. More Details...

Helping Residents in Public Housing Understand the Affordable Care Act (n.a.). Resource Type: Publication. Description: No annotation provided by the authoring organization. More Details...

Health Effects of Excessive Heat on Underserved Populations (n.a.). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: No annotation provided by the authoring organization. More Details...

Health Behaviors and Public Housing: Interactive Map (n.a.). Resource Type: Other. Description: Health behaviors are detrimental actions that heightened the odd of illness and impede recovery. This map depicts some health behaviors by county and the location of PHPC health centers in the nation. More Details...

Coordinating Care around the Social Determinants of Health (n.a.). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Coordinating Care around the Social Determinants of Health is a blog series from the School-Based Health Alliance. We feature stories from clinicians that demonstrate the impact of safety-net health centers that use a social determinants lens when providing coordination of care for adolescents. More Details...

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