SAVE THE DATE!
The Adolescent and Young Adult Health National Resource Center (AYAH-NRC) is pleased to announce the first Learning Community series:
Learning Community Series #1: Youth-Centered Care
Next webinar— “Improving Adolescent-Centered Care: Training your team when you don’t have the time or resources for training”
Date: January 23, 3018, 1PM EST
Register – HERE
A highlight of free, pre-packaged mini-trainings called “Sparks” created by the University of Michigan’s Adolescent Health Initiative:
- Designed for health care providers or staff to deliver in 15-30 minutes at staff meetings or professional development opportunities
- Used to “spark” discussion and reflection among a multidisciplinary audience
- The goal to improve youth-centered health care
There will be 2 sessions, both presented from 1:00- 2:00 PM EST:
- January 23, 2018 for Public Health professionals with a focus on how to partner to help health care providers conduct Sparks trainings as part of their clinical QI work.
- February 1, 2018 for health care providers and clinic staff with focus on how to use Sparks trainings in clinical QI efforts. Register here.
About this series:
This virtual learning series is an opportunity for state MCH professionals and partners to explore the myriad of ways to collaboratively improve health care for youth (age 10-25) with the goal to create care that centers on youth. These opportunities include webinars, case studies and discussion forums to delve into clinic quality improvement, confidentiality, healthcare provider/staff training, youth healthcare literacy, working with FQHCs and community clinics, partnering with youth, statewide partnerships, and more.
YOUTH-CENTERED HEALTHCARE is a framework that weaves together quality clinical care done in a way that connects with and meets the needs of young people.
- Fosters open communication
- Provided by staff skilled in fostering health promotion, risk reduction & healthy development
- Based on evidence-based clinical guidelines
- Offered in ways that protect confidentiality
- Provided in spaces and ways that are welcoming to young people
- Engages youth in their care
Archived webinars from this series:
- Healthcare System for Adolescents & Young Adults (an overview) (February 28, 2016)
- Public Health’s Role in Clinical Quality Improvement (February 28, 2017)
- Ohio TALK (Transforming Adolescent Care Initiative) (April 10, 2017)
- Healthcare 101: State Partnerships for Healthcare Quality Improvement (April 20, 2017)
Contact Kristin Teipel (email@example.com)