Learning Community #1: Creating Youth-Centered Care (webinar series)

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

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.

  • Accessible
  • 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: