Upcoming 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.


Building Healthy, Equitable Communities Series

Description:

What are the elements of a healthy and equitable community? How do we create conditions in which all children and families can thrive? This series will discuss how law and policy coupled with community power can catalyze new opportunities for everyone to achieve their full health potential.

This publicly accessible series offers 6 strategic trainings—each including a blog post, a webinar, and an interactive expert panel—examining a range of topics from food systems to the built environment to preemption.

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2018 Webinar Schedule

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Description:

Monthly Together 2 Goal webinars feature speakers from leading health organizations delivering best practicesand resources for improving care and outcomes for patients with diabetes. Each webinar focuses on a different topic.

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Third Thursday of every month.

View upcoming and past webinars at: Together 2 Goal


Rural-Urban Differences in Delivery Systems for Population Health Activities

Description:

This study examines local health systems in both urban and rural communities to better understand how and why differences across communities exist. Using a retrospective design based on a national sample of communities from the 2016 National Longitudinal Survey of Public Health Systems (NLSPHS), the researchers formed a three-tiered measure of public health system quality: comprehensive, conventional, and limited. Initial findings indicate that differences between rural and urban systems persist even when accounting for variables known to drive system quality.

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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

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The Impact of the Opioid Epidemic on Children and Youth in Rural Communities – How Schools and Communities are Responding

Description:

Not yet available.

Dates/Topics:

Thursday, July 19, 2018

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Triad Approaches to Helping Those Dealing with Homelessness, Substance Abuse, and Mental Illness

Description:

Learning Objectives:

1. Examine the approaches and services use to offer housing first for homeless people in Hawai‘i .
2. Discuss support services, treatments, and life skill services available through Helping Hands Hawai‘i and their partners to help stabilized high-risk individuals.
3. Share resources, tips and success stories from Helping Hands Hawai‘i’s Behavioral Health Programs.

Dates/Topics:

Friday, July 13, 2018

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Integrating SDOHs to Inform Collaborative Care: The FIU Model

Description:

Florida International University is implementing a collaborative care program for primary care and behavioral health that focuses on patients with depression, diabetes, and other chronic illnesses while integrating Social Determinants of Health (SDOHs). Interdisciplinary student teams and faculty work with community health workers to provide care and address SDOHs in underserved Miami communities.

Dates/Topics:

Wedday, June 27, 2018

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Drug Policy & The Opioid Epidemic (impact on Black Americans)

Description:

The Black AIDS Institute hosts a monthly Brown Bag Lunch webinar on the third Tuesday of every month. Our June webinar focuses on the impact of the opioid epidemic and how drug policies are impacting communities of color, especially Black Americans.

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Tuesday, June 26, 2018

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Combat the Opioid Epidemic With Evidenced-based Analytics

Description:

In this webinar, join us to learn how to:

  • Identify and address the significant connection between behavioral health and the misuse of opioids
  • Leverage evidenced-based analytics to identify health improvement opportunities for members whose pain management may be at variance with the CDC guidelines for opioid use and may be putting them at risk
  • Actively coordinate communication between providers and patients around pain management and opioid use risks
  • Deploy targeted care management services stratified for your population at high, moderate or low risk for opioid related events

Dates/Topics:

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

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BUILD Health Challenge- Healthy Homes Des Moines Case Study

Description:

Ever wonder what happens when you treat asthma with healthy housing and education? Join the Kresge-supported BUILD Health Challenge for a webinar discussion on June 26, 3-4 pm ET, with members of the BUILD partnership, Healthy Homes Des Moines, Mid-Iowa Health Foundation and Telligen Community Initiative to learn about their experience doing just that in Des Moines, Iowa, with the BUILD Health Challenge. Go beyond their case study for insights, the chance to engage with the team, ask questions about their project and community, and more.

Dates/Topics:

Tuesday, June 26, 201

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Building Healthy, Equitable Communities Through a Just Food System

Description:

Webinar on the intersection of food policy and procurement strategies to improve community health.They'll explore how institutional food purchasing can contribute to a more just food system and promote health and equity, discussing:

  • Benefits and impacts of procurement strategies for businesses and communities
  • How procurement strategies can drive health equity
  • Considerations for building an equitable procurement program or policy

Dates/Topics:

Thursday, June 21, 2018

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Resources to Improve Health and Promote Active Transportation

Description:

Webinar 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.

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Thursday, June 21, 2018

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Your Resource for Diabetes Prevention, Self-Management Education, and Accreditation

Description:

Webinar 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.

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Thursday, June 21, 2018

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Documenting Social Determinants of Health Interventions through Enabling Services Data Collection

Description:

Webinar to learn more about the ability to track and evaluate enabling services (ES), and why it is an important tool in helping health centers to demonstrate their value in meeting and addressing patient social risks. Learning Objectives: By the end of the webinar, participants will:

  • Explain the importance of tracking health center interventions in addressing patients social determinants of health risks.
  • Describe the updated standardized protocol to track health center enabling services.
  • Identify resources available to implement the protocol within their own health centers

Dates/Topics:

Thursday, June 21, 2018

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Community-Level Indicators: Advancements in Evaluating Sexual, Domestic, and Other Forms of Violence Prevention

Description:

Decreases in violence are often incremental and require a long-term commitment and comprehensive strategies. Because of this, evaluating social change can seem daunting and not always feasible. How do we measure if our efforts are contributing to the changes we want to see in communities? What are community-level indicators and how do we evaluate them in feasible ways? This web conference will explore these questions, including the types of indicators to measure and examples of measuring them. Join us as guests share their research and experience in the field of evaluating community-level violence prevention.

Dates/Topics:

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

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Gathering True Community Voice

Description:

Jeannie Orozco is a long-time resident of Colorado Springs that has spent the last decade advocating for communities, will provide an overview of how to truly gather communities needs and priorities and push forward the voices of the people.

Dates/Topics:

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

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Financing Integrated Health and Social Services for Populations with Mental Illness | Research-in-Progress Webinar

Description:

This webinar will address the barriers to adoption of payment innovations that can be accomplished by combining economics and health information technology to significantly improve population mental health.

Dates/Topics:

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

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Creating Communities That Thrive: The Intersection of Public Health and Community Development

Description:

Communities that experience the best health outcomes are characterized by healthy housing, vibrant economies, welcoming green spaces, engaged resident leadership, and access to effective health and social services. How can public health practitioners partner with local housing and community development organizations to create healthy communities? Join national partners County Health Rankings & Roadmaps and NeighborWorks America to explore this question and others.

Dates/Topics:

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

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The Power of Perceptions and Understanding: Changing How We Deliver Treatment and Recovery Services

Description:

This educational initiative highlights the importance of addressing the harm caused by biases and skewed perceptions in treatment and public health settings towards patients who need care for SUDs. This four-part webcast series educates healthcare professionals about the problems of discriminatory practices and inaccurate perceptions in dealing with individuals with substance use disorders (SUDs) and related conditions, as well as the actions and pathways needed to resolve them. Webcasts will feature discussions among experts in the field of addiction treatment, research, and policy.

No-cost CMEs provided.

Date/Time:

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

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Description:

The webinar will cover the role of Adverse Childhood Experiences (AECs) as a driver of the opioid epidemic. Dr. Brumage will review the landmark study as well as local data showing a strong association and reviewing the science of ACEs and how it affects our bodies over a lifetime. Understanding of ACEs is instrumental to understanding the opioid epidemic and all our society’s addictions.

Dates/Topics:

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

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Adverse Childhood Experiences: A Driver of the Opioid Epidemic


Effectively Stewarding Multi-Sector Partners for Health System Transformation

Description:

Much has been learned about how multi-sector partnerships can effectively lead their work, build and enact comprehensive strategies, and develop approaches for sustainable financing. This webinar will offer insights from ReThink Health’s research and fieldwork about the conditions under which health system transformation can occur and share practical resources that health leaders can use to advance their efforts.

Dates/Topics:

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

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