Webinar

Resources for Community Health Workers

 https://nnlm.gov/class/CHWBoostBox 


Community Health Workers (CHWs) play an important role in connecting their communities with healthcare and services. This session will provide information about how Community Health Workers can link their community with quality health information using resources from the National Library of Medicine. In addition to appropriate information tools for CHWs, the audience will learn about projects that have put NLM resources to use in CHW training and community education. Guest speaker, Elizabeth Schaffer, MPH, MS, CHES will join to discuss how she integrated MedlinePlus into a 100-hour CHW training program.


Presenter: Elizabeth Schaffer, MPH, MS, CHES is a public health professional from Pennsylvania. She has over 10 years of experience as a Health Educator and Public Health Professional. As a Health Educator for Northeast & Eastcentral PA Area Health Education Center (AHEC), her experience includes developing curriculum, facilitating and evaluating public health programs as well as presenting at state conferences. Elizabeth developed the Community Health Worker Training program for the Eastcentral PA AHEC in 2009. Elizabeth has experience as a Mental Health Targeted Case Manager and is a trainer for the Youth and Adult Mental Health First Aid program. She also is an adjunct professor for Northampton Community College & Keystone College. Her areas of interest include health literacy and mental health.


Class Date:Region/Office: National
Jun 26, 2019
2:00PM - 3:00PM ET

Instructor(s):Erin Seger, Health Professions CoordinatorContact:Erin Seger

Continuing Education Credits: 1

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On The Job Training (OJT)

Center for Well-Being

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SNAP Ed

Tobacco Cessation

 Chronic Disease Self Management

Diabetes

Heart Health

Community Organizing

Promotoras

St Joseph's Health

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Heart Health

Diabetes

Community Organizing 

Promotoras


Goodwill Redwood Empire

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Peer Support Specialists 

Three months, two mornings a week

 9am - 11am 

Wellness and Advocacy Center, Santa Rosa 

Contact: Kate  483-7425  kroberge@gire.org 


Latino Service Providers

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Behavioral Health 

Promotoras

Latino Service Providers

930 Shiloh Rd., Bldg. 40, Ste. A

Windsor, CA 95492


Community Action Partnership

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Dental education assistants

Head Start Family Outreach Workers

Early Head Start.Family Outreach Workers

Sonoma County Dental Network

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Give Kids a Smile Day(GKASD)

A Program of Community Action Partnership: 

Oral Health Education

Contact: CorySpence 

cspencer@capsonoma.org707-544-6911 ext. 1083







Online Training

Tallance

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  • Core Skills
  • Chronic Illness
  • Healthy Living
  • Behavioral Health


Announce coming events

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The Health Initiative of the Americas (HIA), a program of the University of California at Berkeley, and the Autonomous University of Zacatecas (UAZ), are pleased to announce the launching of the Online Certificate on Occupational Health.

This certificate has been designed especially for Community Health Workers (CHWs)/Promotores working with migrant populations in the United States. The duration of the online certificate is 3 months and it is in Spanish.  It will cover specific aspects of the health of the migrants, including the rights and obligations of migrant workers and their employers, and how to identify and prevent occupational health problems such as respiratory diseases and excess heat.

Upon completion of all modules and course assignments, participants will receive a certificate and academic credits from UAZ.

The cost of registration is $ 250 USD

Registration is currently open until April 30, 2019 https://www.regonline.com/diplomadoocupacional2019. Space is limited.

Classes start on May 6 and end on August 19.

This is a great opportunity for Community Health Workers (CHWs)/Promotores to learn more about Occupational Health and receive a certificate from a very well recognized academic institution.

We would appreciate your support in promoting this online certificate through your networks and social media. Please find attached a promotional flyer in English and Spanish.

If you have any questions about the certificate you can contact Stephany Pizano, Stephany.pizano@berkeley.edu Tel: 510-643-1291, or visit https://www.regonline.com/diplomadoocupacional2019



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Conferences

Vision Y Compromiso

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Vision Y Compromiso 

17TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE: 

SEPT. 26-28, 2019 

Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles
6101 West Century Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90045 


The Health Initiative of the Americas (HIA)

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The Health Initiative of the Americas (HIA), a program of the University of California at Berkeley, and the Autonomous University of Zacatecas (UAZ), are pleased to announce the launching of the Online Certificate on Occupational Health.


This certificate has been designed especially for Community Health Workers (CHWs)/Promotores working with migrant populations in the United States. The duration of the online certificate is 3 months and it is in Spanish.  It will cover specific aspects of the health of the migrants, including the rights and obligations of migrant workers and their employers, and how to identify and prevent occupational health problems such as respiratory diseases and excess heat.


Upon completion of all modules and course assignments, participants will receive a certificate and academic credits from UAZ.


The cost of registration is $ 250 USD


Registration is currently open until April 30, 2019 https://www.regonline.com/diplomadoocupacional2019. Space is limited.


Classes start on May 6 and end on August 19.


This is a great opportunity for Community Health Workers (CHWs)/Promotores to learn more about Occupational Health and receive a certificate from a very well recognized academic institution.


We would appreciate your support in promoting this online certificate through your networks and social media. Please find attached a promotional flyer in English and Spanish.


If you have any questions about the certificate you can contact Stephany Pizano, Stephany.pizano@berkeley.edu Tel: 510-643-1291, or visit https://www.regonline.com/diplomadoocupacional2019


Santa Rosa Junior College

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Community Health Worker Certificate 


 The community health worker program is on hiatus for revision in 2018/2019. Please see a health sciences counselor to establish an educational plan.

Promote current deals

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Running a holiday sale or weekly special? Definitely promote it here to get customers excited about getting a sweet deal.

Share the big news

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Have you opened a new location, redesigned your shop, or added a new product or service? Don't keep it to yourself, let folks know.

Give Kids a Smile Day(GKASD)

A Program of Community Action Partnership: 

Oral Health Education

Contact: CorySpence 

cspencer@capsonoma.org707-544-6911 ext. 1083