Community Health Workers

4/20 Understanding and Addressing Hypertension as a Community Health Worker

Thursday, April 20th 2023 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST Description: Hypertension is a medical condition, also known as high blood pressure, which can increase the risk for serious conditions such as heart disease and stroke, two leading causes of death for people in the United States. Community Health Workers (CHWs) are... More

Community Health Worker Appreciation Day!

Thank you, Community Health Workers! NEPTHC is honored to host CHWs in our trainings and to work with CHW training partners across New England. We deeply appreciate CHWs and all the work they do to keep their communities safe and healthy. To learn more ways to celebrate CHWs, visit the MACHW... More

2/2 Introduction to Resource Management in Health Organizations and Nonprofits

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2022, 12:00 - 1:30 PM ET Description: This webinar will examine the various aspects of resource management in health care, health organizations and nonprofits. Resource management is the evidence-based process by which health care organizations effectively distribute human, capital, supply and data resources in a manner that assures operational... More

MDPH Community Health Worker Guidance

NEPHTC is happy to share with our CHW community the guidance document for CHW Employers developed by the MDPH Office of Community Health Workers.  Our partners at Boston Public Health Commission Community Health Education Center (BPHC CHEC) also recommended the attached document from the Indiana State Health Department on Virtual Home... More

COVID-19 Peer Learning and Support for Community Health Workers

How can Community Health Workers learn from and support each other to improve resilience, address burnout, and build ways to better support CHWs and their communities in the future? About this online peer learning series Community Health Workers are a group of professionals who, under normal times, are generally overstretched and working... More

Conversations around Chronic Care: Introduction to Motivational Interviewing

How can you help individuals discover their own reasons for making a change? About this Webinar This webinar will provide a brief overview of Motivational Interviewing (MI) for community health workers and others who work with populations requiring chronic care. If you are curious about what is MI and how this style... More