Dr. Hahm’s areas of expertise are behavioral health, mental health and substance use; clinical research methods; health and public health; program evaluation methods; and trauma and violence. Her areas of focus are HIV/STI infections among Asian Americans, acculturation, health risk behaviors [...]
Dr. Jennifer Greif Green is an Associate Professor in Special Education and a child clinical psychologist. She completed her doctorate at the University of California, Santa Barbara and trained at Yale School of Medicine and in the Department of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School. Her res [...]
In English Un conjunto de instrumentos del National Eye Institute para ayudar a promotores de salud proporcionar educación sobre el cuidado de los ojos para personas con diabetes. El conjunto incluye materiales educativos para los promotores, un rotafolio, un folleto sobre los ojos sanos, informa [...]
En español A toolkit from the National Eye Institute to assist community health workers in providing eye care education for people with diabetes. Kit includes educational materials for CHWs, a flip chart, healthy eyes brochure, information on Medicare eye care benefit eligibility, and more. Availab [...]
The Office of CHW homepage of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. The Office of CHW coordinates workforce development activities and promotes CHW in chronic disease prevention and management.
A user-friendly curriculum that CHW can use in their training and also as a resource. Offers plain-language basic information and activities to increase skills in preventing heart disease and stroke. Also covers lifestyle-related issues and risk factors for stroke, heart attack, heart failure, atria [...]
The Social Work And Health Equity Speaker Series highlights innovative public health social work practice and leadership in various sectors. The series encourages interaction between current social work students and alumni working in areas that impact health; discussions center on the role of social [...]
Seven distinct learning communities are each charged with examining social work’s impact on a different aspect of health. These learning communities are trans-disciplinary, inter-professional teams that include students, faculty from Boston University and beyond, policymakers, and practitioners. C [...]
We have created a one-page overview of the medical home model used in the initiative Building a Medical Home for Multiply Diagnosed HIV-Positive Homeless Populations, both for the initiative overall and for each individual site.
CISWH staff conducted a needs assessment and performance gap analysis of the core support services for people living with HIV/AIDS in the Boston Eligible Metropolitan Area (EMA). The project served as a guide to help the Ryan White (RW) Planning Council make informed decisions regarding funding of H [...]
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