Tag: Community Health Workers

11/4: MACHW Workshops: Trauma Informed Care

Description This MACHW interactive workshop series aims to support CHWs as they strive to serve their clients during these challenging times. The workshop formats will include expert panels, Q and A, and case studies on critical issues from across Massachusetts. CHWs and Trauma Informed Care: A trauma-informed approach to care is necessary to transform health […]

3 New Quality Seals for NEPHTC Training

NEPHTC is pleased to announce that three of our self-paced trainings have been selected by the Public Health Learning Navigator, which peer reviews training for quality and relevance. Introduction to Ethics for CHWs, Introduction to Interviewing for CHWs, and Introduction to HIPAA for CHWs each received the quality seal, bringing NEPHTC’s total number of courses […]

April Webinar series: Trauma Informed Care for Community Health Workers

We are very excited to invite you to our two part series on Trauma-Informed Care to Support Health and Well-Being for Community Health Workers.   Part 1 of the webinar series will be held on Tuesday, April 16, from 12:00-1:00pm ET.  It answers the question: How common are trauma experiences and how do they effect […]

New Online Course for Community Health Workers: Use of Public Health Concepts

In this course, learners will learn more about “what is public health”, add to what they already know about public health and medical systems, gain a better understanding about the importance of public health and how community health workers fit into the public health framework. Register for the course here: http://www.nephtc.org/course/edit.php?id=40 What you’ll learn After completing […]

2 Webinars on Role of CHWs in Addressing Opioid Epidemic

Join NEPHTC’s webinars November 20, 2018 and December 4, 2018, both at 12:00 noon EST, to learn about the opioid epidemic, its impact on communities and special populations, and how Community Health Workers can improve care or support recovery for persons with opioid use disorder.  The 2 webinar series is called “Engagement, Education, Resources and […]