The California Endowment
2000 Franklin St
Oakland, California 94612
The Health Initiative of the Americas, UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health invites you to participate in the XIX Binational Promotores Conference, 2019. This annual conference is aimed at Community Health Workers (CHW), community leaders, coordinators and people working to improve migrant’s heath conditions and well-being.
This event offers participants updated information relevant to the health of Latin American migrants living in the United States, as well as useful tools that allow the personal and professional development of CHWs.
Join us in celebrating 19 years of collaboration!
Registration fee includes:
Access to Presentations
***Please note that all presentations are held in Spanish.
La Iniciativa de Salud de las Américas, de la Escuela de Salud Pública de UC Berkeley tiene el gusto de invitarle a participar en la XIX Conferencia Binacional de Promotores 2019. Esta conferencia anual esta dirigida a promotores de salud, líderes comunitarios, CHW, coordinadores y personas que trabajan para mejorar las condiciones de salud y de vida de los migrantes.
Este evento ofrece a los participantes información actualizada y relevante a la salud de los migrantes latinoamericanos viviendo en los Estados Unidos, así como herramientas útiles que permiten el desarrollo personal y profesional de los promotores.
¡Únete a celebrar 19 años de este programa!
La cuota de inscripción incluye:
Acceso a las presentaciones
***Por favor, tomar en cuenta que todas las presentaciones serán en español.
Instrucciones de pago/ Payment Instructions:
Tarifa de Inscripción / Registration Fee: $25
Forma de pago / Payment methods:
Tarjeta de crédito o cheque / Credit card or check
Hacer cheques a nombre de: UC Regents /
Make Checks payable to: UC Regents
Envíe por correo a / Mail to:
Health Initiative of the Americas
50 University Hall- MC 7360
Berkeley CA 94720
Último día para registrarse: 5 de marzo, 2019
o al alcanzar cupo máximo / Last day to register: March 5, 2019
or when registration space fills up
The National Association of Community Health Workers (NACHW) is seeking interested CHWs to become NACHW Ambassadors. We are seeking a total of 20 CHWs to serve in this capacity. In order to maximize our reach, only one CHW will
be selected from any given state. Ambassadors will act as liaisons between NACHW and local, state and regional CHW networks and associations. This is a one-year commitment. Ambassadors will receive training during the Unity 2019
Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada (April 14-17, 2019) which will provide them with the information and skills needed to be successful in their commitment as an Ambassador.
The Esther M. Holderby Dedicated CHW Award honors a mid-career (more than 5 years) community health worker (CHW) who has overcome personal adversity to promote health in his or her community. In addition to promoting health in his or her community, the recipient of the award will have advocated for funding or services needed in their community to promote health. The award was established in 2006, by James M. Holderby Jr. and Lisa Renee Holderby-Fox, to commemorate the late Esther M. Holderby. Ms. Holderby was a 25-year 4-time cancer survivor and most importantly, a dedicated CHW. Until her passing in July 2005, she educated men and women about the importance of early detection of breast cancer. Esther was also a tireless advocate for increased funding for CHWs programs and early detection services. The award consists of a plaque and certificate, which will be awarded during the 2019 Unity Conference Reception.
Nominate someone today! Download nomination information here and the nomination form here.
Community health workers (CHWs) have contributed to improving health status and outcomes in the United States for decades. CHW programs, however, continue to lack sustainable financing and are limited by a lack of consistent evaluation. Peer-reviewed literature reveals excellent outcome data from CHW interventions, but few tools or measures exist that capture the unique contribution of CHWs to individual- and community-level changes in health status or outcomes. Further, much evaluation data is health issue-specific, limiting the portability of evaluation results across programs, especially as CHWs are increasingly recognized for their contributions in addressing social determinants of health. In order to solidify gains and meet the needs of the field for systematic evaluation, it is necessary to develop common process and outcome indicators to measure the success of CHW programs.
Input and perspective is needed from experts on the ground, first and foremost, Community Health Workers. In this workshop, participants will work with national leaders to review results from a national summit on common indicators development. Participants will then have the opportunity to contribute to the national conversation through facilitated dialogue and brainstorming. Individuals with interest or experience in community health worker program documentation, evaluation, or research are encouraged to attend and share their expertise.
DATE AND TIME: Sat, October 29, 2016 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM MDT
Colorado Convention Center
Denver, CO 80202
Welkin Health: Welkin Health’s mission is to leverage the power of human relationships to help people living with chronic disease become happier and healthier. Press Release: Sept 29 2016 http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/09/prweb13710124.htm
Addressing Depression and Disease Distress in Patients with Diabetes in FQHCs: The EPiC-4DM Project
Tuesday, September 20, 2016 2:00PM EST
Join this CE accredited webinar!
Diabetes distress (DD) refers to the often hidden emotional burdens, stresses, and worries that are part of managing a demanding, progressive, chronic disease like diabetes. DD is a critical, yet often neglected component of comprehensive diabetes care. It is imperative, therefore, that providers who care for patients already experiencing disparities must have high clinical suspicion of DD and be equipped to screen and manage. Please join the University Of Colorado School Of Medicine and the Metro Community Provider Network as they discuss evidence-based approaches to intervention for DD in primary care settings and share lessons learned in the EPiC-4DM Project.
Describe Diabetes Distress and its effects on patients with disparities;
Discuss overlap and distinctions between distress and depression, and evidence-based approaches to intervention in primary care settings;
Distinguish various screening tools and appropriate use of screening tools in the FQHC setting; and
Explore the EPiC-4DM project implementation story.
For the second event in our 3-part Accessibility of Healthcare Series, Health Innovators is shining a light on some of the amazing Community Health & Outreach programs we have here in Orlando.
We will be joined by Lisa Martel, Women’s Veteran Program Manager at the Orlando VA, and by Marni Stahlman, President & CEO of Shepherd’s Hope, the largest free clinic in the state.
Marni Stahlman is raised in Winter Park. She is married to her husband Paul, and is mother to her 5 year old daughter Lily Mae. She holds a B.S. in Psychology, a dual M.S. in Counseling and Psychology and Ph.D., ABD in Psychology. Her immediate family of six nieces and nephews, along with mother Dr. Jacquie Berger, brother Jeffrey Berger and sister Samantha Goodowens all also reside in Winter Park.
Marni comes to Shepherd’s Hope as the former Senior Director of Operations at United Cerebral Palsy of Central Florida. Prior to joining UCP, Marni functioned in executive leadership positions with and for businesses in the healthcare sector, specializing in:
Strategic Planning & Alliance Development
New Business & Fund Development
She currently serves as the Vice Chairman of the Educational Facilities Authority for Orange County Government, Chairwoman of the Disability Advisory Board for Orange County Government, is a member of the Florida Bar Grievance Committee for the Ninth Circuit and was a Florida Supreme Court appointee to the Florida Bar’s Citizen’s Forum from 2008-2012. In 1997, the Orlando Business Journal selected Marni, at the age of only 33, as one of the city’s “40 Under 40.”
Shepherd’s Hope – Longwood Health Center
600 N. US Highway 17-92
Fairmont Plaza Suite 124
Longwood, FL 32750
Village-Connect’s (VC) mission is to build the capacity of people to become more self-aware and self-directed resulting in sustainable positive transformation. VC employs an innovative life-coaching model, Culture Based Transformative Coaching (CBTC), a model that employs motivational interviewing and aggressive outreach/engagement to expose a support system which may not be recognized by the client. CBTC is rooted in developing cultural and communal awareness as a means of making personal transformation more sustainable, relevant, and promising, and integrates the success of coaching with an understanding of the importance of culture, identity, and community peer networking. – See more http://cpehn.org/page/health-equity-forum-community-spotlight-%E2%80%93-may-2016#sthash.htBBFXcw.dpuf
Planning for Outreach Program Implementation Presented by Health Outreach Partners
Implementing a comprehensive outreach program requires structure that allows all members of the team to understand their roles and responsibilities. Programmatic work plans outline how an outreach team will complete their work by describing exactly what the program hopes to accomplish and the specific steps to do so. Policies and protocols establish important guidelines for carrying out outreach activities and outline specific processes that support implementation. In this webinar, participants will learn how to develop a work plan for their outreach program. Participants will also gain the tools to develop policies and protocols for their program. This webinar builds on planning components introduced in the previous webinar entitled Establishing anOutreach Program Vision and Monitoring Progress.
Participants will be able to identify and describe the components of a work plan and create one for their own program.
Participants will be able to use the tools presented to develop their own policies and protocols.
Participants will understand how all of the components of planning work together to support the implementation of a comprehensive outreach program.