Community Health Workers' Peer Learning Collaborative Webinar Series

Jun 20, 2024 Open Public Health

Community Health Workers' Peer Learning Collaborative Webinar Series

Description

This video teleconferencing series, guided by experts in WNC, will take place in 1-hour modules every third Thursday of the month through June 2024.

We invite you to join us at 11:45 am for an informal communication collective and engage with others doing similar work all across WNC. Then at 12:00 pm, we will begin each session with a didactic presentation from one of the key stakeholders in the region, followed by collaborative Q&A.


All program dates are streamed on the Zoom Platform.
Each module is a new topic.
Modules are every third Thursday of the month from 12 pm to 1:15 pm EST.
Educational Program: 12:00 pm–1:15 pm
Same for every module, no credit is offered.



Topics will include:
• Food and Mental Health
• Systemic Racism
• Normalizing Vulnerability for CHW's
• Boundaries
• Future Topics to be announced

Simultaneous interpretation for each session will be provided in Spanish.

In Collaboration with

NC AHEC

This project is funded by North Carolina Area Health Education Centers Program Office (NC AHEC), a partner supporting the NC CHW Initiative (NC CHWI) at the state level in collaboration with the NC Office of Rural Health (NC ORH) and other stakeholders.


MAHEC engages in evaluation activities to better understand the impact of our programs. By registering for this course, you agree that we may use your personal information in evaluative research regarding this program. Any reports published will be de-identified and reported in aggregate form.

MAHEC assumes permission to use audio, video and still images from this program for promotional and educational purposes. Please speak with a staff member if you have any concerns.

Target Audience

Community Health Workers in North Carolina

Objectives

  • To build a collaborative peer learning environment for Community Health Workers to increase health knowledge and self-sufficiency through a range of activities such as outreach, community education, informal counseling, social support and advocacy
  • To increase engagement of community health workers using statewide platforms and decrease barriers with client referrals for meeting social determinants of health needs.
  • To provide resources that can improve access to healthcare services in marginalized population groups.

Faculty

  • Rosalinda Arriola
  • Derrick W. Byrd, MPH
  • JeWana Grier-McEachin
  • Renee U. Hines, AAS, CPSS, CPRC,COAP
  • Ginger J. Poulton, MD, DipABLM, MSEd
  • Yvette A. Singleton, CHW,CPSS
  • Stephanie Stewart, MS, GCG
  • Liz B. White, MA, LCMHC, LCAS,CCTP, CCS

Sessions

Community Health Workers Learning Collaborative Series - Module 17 - Boundaries

6/20 12:00 PM – 1:15 PM

Credits

.000

CEUs will no longer be available for this series. The modules will continue to be provided free with informative content for CHWs to utilize in the field.

Fees

FREE Free, must register to attend
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