Upcoming Free Webinars

Below is a listing of no-cost webinars that may be of interest to Healthy Pima members and others who advocate for a healthier Pima County for. Everyone. Everywhere. Everyday.


Mental Health Promotion: An Opportunity for Opioid Overdose Prevention

Description:

The associations between mental health disorders and substance abuse are well-documented. In a study recently published in Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, Dr. Schwab-Reese and colleagues found a significant association between depression and opioid overdose deaths in the United States. In this presentation, Dr. Schwab Reese will provide an overview of this work and the implications for opioid overdose prevention efforts.

Date:

Thursday, February 21, 2019

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UDS Mapper Advanced Topics

Description:

The UDS Mapper is a collaboration between the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) and is part of the HealthLandscape online mapping platform. This webinar is geared toward users who are familiar with the UDS Mapper and would like … Moreto learn more about its uses.

Date:

Monday, January 14, 2019

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Using Social Media Effectively

Description:

Social media is being increasingly used to connect with scientists and to disseminate scientific findings. The advantages include early and widespread dissemination, especially to lay persons or to a broader scientific community. In this talk, Dr. Trivedi will review common strategies to improve social connectivity, and review possible pitfalls

Date:

Monday, December 17, 2018

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What Drug Monitoring Data Tells Us about the Current State of the Opioid Epidemic

Description:

Join the National Council and Quest Diagnostics for the webinar to gain a better understanding of emerging trends in the opioid drug epidemic that could affect clinical practice and policy, the role of lab-based drug monitoring in reducing risks of drug use and disorders as well as how lab data can enhance the value of prescription drug monitoring programs. Attendees will also learn how to address and discuss recommendations around the use of drug monitoring data with policymakers, providers and patients.

Date:

Friday, December 14, 2018

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Behavioral Health Workforce Development Training Across the Various Behavioral Health Disciplines

Description:

During this webinar,, participants will hear from the CHCI’s Chief Behavioral Health Officer and CHCI Behavioral Health Staff as they provide insight into the crucial components of effectively training behavioral health students working toward different behavioral health degrees. Sharing from their decades of experience supervising, our expert panel will discuss strategies to successfully navigate training and educating the next generation of the behavioral health workforce at your health center

Date:

Thursday, December 13, 2018

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Using Telehealth to Increase the Quality of Forensic-Medical Evidence Collection and Deliver Trauma-Informed Care

Description:

Join the EVAWI for a fascinating presentation and discussion with two nursing experts who are using telehealth technology to expand the reach of forensic nursing to hospitals and clinics in rural, tribal, and other underserved areas.

Date:

Thursday, December 13, 2018

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Developing a Plan of Action for Substance Use Recovery

Description:

This webinar will outline the strategies that physicians, nurses and other providers can implement with patients experiencing substance abuse challenges, including:

  • Important first steps with the patient in the emergency department, including positive verbal cues that change the tone of patient interactions.

  • How to work with community partners to provide connections between patients and recovery support systems.

  • Using peer recovery coaches in emergency departments and neonatal units to create a direct line to support and recovery.

  • How to better understand the brain science of addiction and the recovery process for individuals with substance use challenges.

Date:

Thursday, December 13, 2018

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Infectious Disease Consequences of Opioid Use

Description:

During this webinar, expert panelists will discuss evidence-based practices to reduce the harmful health outcomes associated with injection drug use and link clients to treatment programs. In addition, state and local representatives from Vermont will share perspectives on policy levers and activities needed at the community level to implement syringe services programs.

Date:

Thursday, December 13, 2018

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Exploring Housing as a Lever of Health

Description:

Join the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Leadership for Better Health and Research, Evaluation, and Learning programs for a webinar exploring housing as a lever for better health.

Date:

Thursday, December 13, 2018

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Health in All Policies Webinar Series: Evaluation Strategies

Description:

NACCHO is hosting a new Health in All Policies (HiAP) webinar series for local health departments. The goal of the webinar series is to provide an open, informal space for dialogue and peer-to-peer sharing about challenges and best practices. The theme of the December webinar is HiAP evaluation strategies. Dr. Lauren Gase will provide a short presentation on tips and tools for developing HiAP evaluations, followed by a long segment for discussion and dialogue to address challenges participants face when evaluating their initiatives.

Date:

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

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Opioid Safety Project Webinar Series - Patient and Family Perspectives

Description:

While pain is often seen as a biological model – where it is viewed as a response to a specific trigger – there is a shift toward a more integrated model that includes biological, psychological and social factors. This integration should spur a movement toward team-centered pain management: an approach that includes primary-care physicians, nurses, physical rehabilitation specialists and psychologists and other mental health professionals.

Date:

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

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TeleHealth 101

Description:

Presentation will provide a basic foundation for understanding the role of telehealth and telemedicine in today’s healthcare landscape.

Date:

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

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Regional Medical Library Educational Webinar

Description:

“As a health care provider, it is important to know your community and the culture of the community. How you respond to certain situations can impact the health of the community. While cultural competence is important within underserved communities, it is also important in providing care to mainstream communities as well. We will discuss the terms cultural competence and cultural humility and the implications of these terms. We will also discuss how a person becomes culturally competent and the biggest indicator of cultural competence.”

Date:

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

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Smoking Free Public Housing Webinar

Description:

Join a HRSA webinar to learn how "Change is in the Air" for public housing units across the country as HUD's smoke-free policy went into effect on July 30. Public Housing Primary Care health centers (PHPCs) are in a unique position to collaborate with Public Housing Agencies (PHAs) to implement the smoking ban and address the health care needs of public housing residents. Join the National Center for Health in Public Housing, a HRSA-funded NCA, to learn how PHPCs and PHAs can work together to support policy implementation and improve health outcomes within their communities. This informative webinar will highlight innovations/promising practices from health centers in Alabama and New York and identify helpful resources for PHPCs.

Date:

Wednesday, December 11, 2018

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Unlocking Potential: Engaging Young People in Community Change

Description:

During this webinar participants will hear from youth and field experts about the ways in which young people are informing decisions and taking action. Well Connected Communities is a nationwide effort to cultivate wellness led by the Cooperative Extension System in partnership with the National 4-H Council.

Date:

Wednesday, December 11, 2018

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Using Law and Policy as Tools to Support Healthy Aging in Healthy Communities

Description:

Presenters will discuss policies and services that can help older adults thrive in their homes and communities, including strategies to support and encourage healthy homes and aging in place. Panelists will also talk about how disability laws and protections, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (which applies to a large percentage of older adults), can support older adults’ participation in community life. Community examples will demonstrate innovative efforts that help older adults live independently as well as create healthy living environments for all.

Date:

Wednesday, December 11, 2018

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