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Webinar: Linking Patients to Chronic Condition Self-Management Education Workshops
  • Location: Cisco WebEx Webinar  
  • Date: Thursday, January 18, 2018
  • Time: 3:00-4:00PM
 
Facilitator: GargParikhRDNMPH,    Berlinda Olivier, Quality Improvement Specialist, DCPCA  
 
Please join us as Gargi Parik share updates on the Living Well with Chronic Conditions Program, a self-management program sponsored thorough DOH. This self-management education workshop is attended by patients with a variety of chronic health conditions. It aims to build participants' confidence in managing their health and keep them active and engaged in their lives.
 
We will also have peer sharing from two staff members from our DC health centers Carmela Miglionico, MHA Clinic Coordinator at Catholic Charities Medical Clinic and Suyanna Linhales Barker, DrPH Senior Director of Health Equity and Community Action at La Clinica del PuebloThey both will be sharing their experience and best practices implementing a self-management workshops using the Stanford Model.
 
This is the first of a monthly webinar series covering hypertension and diabetes as part of the Million Hearts State Learning Collaborative.
 
 
 
If you have any questions, please contact Berlinda Olivier from DCPCA at bolivier@dcpca.org

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DC Primary Care Association, 1411 K Street, NW 20005

We cordially invite you to attend the association's monthly meeting which happens every third Thursday of the month here at DCPCA offices. The mission of the CHW Professional Association of Washington, DC is to strengthen the professional identity of Community Health Workers in the District of Columbia; to build leadership among CHWs; and to promote the integration of CHW's into health care, public health and, human service work force. The CHW Professional Association of DC will achieve its mission through professional development, education, research, and advocacy. For more information, please email us at chwpadc@gmail.com.