When: June 3, 2022
Time: 8:30-11:50, training will start at 9:00
2.5 CEU hours applied for (CME, CHES, CHW, RD)
Where: Virtual: Zoom
Join us in examining how you can apply social determinants of health to your programs and practice. We will be hearing from Presbyterian, Black Health New Mexico, and Kewa Pueblo to learn more about how they meet the needs of the people they serve. Upon completion of the training, participants will be able to:
- Summarize the implementation steps for assessing and addressing patient’s social health needs in the healthcare setting.
- List the benefits and potential uses of data derived from Universal social needs screening to steer SDOH programming.
- Discuss the role of CHWs in contributing to positive patient outcomes.
- Describe health outcomes related to SDOH interventions
- Describe community driven public health
- Explain what intersectionality is in relationship to public health.
- Apply increased capacity to think outside of the standard American medical model when advancing public health outreach
- Describe how to recruit and retain participants in a Tribal Community
- Identify ways to build and maintain personal connection
- Explain the importance of flexibility when working within a Tribal Community