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AAPCHO Webinar: Diabetes Clinical Management & Peridontal Care for Diabetic Patients & Individuals Experiencing Homelessness

This session will focus on providing up-to-date standards of the American Diabetes Association guidelines for screening diabetic patients with periodontal disease, clinical recommendations for treatment and management of patients diagnosed with diabetes, the role of oral health and dental conditions for effective screening, and health center experiences in supporting patients in diabetes management We will also be sharing successful strategies for how health centers have adapted their treatment and managem

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AAPCHO Webinar: Health Center Strategies for Diabetes Screening and Prevention for Children and Adults

This webinar will explore diabetes prevention and care strategies across the lifespan.  Presenters will discuss standards of care in the screening and prevention for children, adults, and the elderly, sharing experiences from the field.  Presenters will also engage participants around case examples of successful diabetes prevention programs, adult clinical treatment, and geriatrics care focused on vulnerable populations of children and adults of all ages.  Presenters will connect participants with resources to outreach opportunities and tolls they can apply and adapt for thei

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AAPCHO Webinar: Housing Instability and Diabetes Outcomes in Agricultural Workers and LGBT Communities

Join us for the second webinar of our Diabetes in Special and Vulnerable Population:  A National Learning Series focused specifically on addressing diabetes and those affected by it.  This session will focus on identifying the social determinants of health characteristics, how they impact chronic disease management, and the challenges health centers faced in addressing diabetes for these vulnerable mobile communities.

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AAPCHO Webinar - Diabetes in Special & Vulnerable Populations: A National Learning Series

Diabetes affects more than 30 million people in the United States. Multi-tiered efforts to prevent, treat and manage diabetes are critical in reducing the burden of diabetes, particularly for medically underserved racial and ethnic minority populations. In addition to higher prevalence, ethnic and racial minority patients with diabetes have higher mortality and higher rates of diabetic complications.  

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MCN Webinar: It's Your Right to Know! Helping Community Health Workers Promote Chemical Safety on the Job

Millions of workers are exposed to chemicals everyday on the job. All workers have the right to know about the chemicals they work with and community health workers can be an important source of information and support for workers.

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MCN Webinar - It's Your Right to Know! Helping Community Health Workers Promote Chemical Safety on the Job

MCN Webinar - It's Your Right to Know! Helping Community Health Workers Promote Chemical Safety on the Job

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Self-Management Support for Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (Webcast)

 

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AAPCHO Webinar - Diabetes in Special and Vulnerable Populations: A National Learning Series

Diabetes affects more than 30 million people in the United States. Multi-tiered efforts to prevent, treat and manage diabetes are critical in reducing the burden of diabetes, particularly for medically underserved racial and ethnic minority populations. In addition to higher prevalence, ethnic and racial minority patients with diabetes have higher mortality and higher rates of diabetic complications.

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APCHO Webinar: Social Determinants of Health Characteristics of Emerging AA&NHPI Populations

Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders (AA&NHPIs) are diverse in their culture, language and health needs—representing more than 50 ethnic groups and over 100 languages. As a rapidly growing and diverse population, AA&NHPIs face unique and significant social, emotional, and physical health burdens due to the deficits they experience related to the social determinants of health (SDH) such as poverty level, limited English proficiency, education, and health insurance status.

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APCHO Webinar: The Chldren's Health Insurance Program - Essential for AA&NHPI Kids

The Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) provides comprehensive health insurance for Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) kids. Along with Medicaid, CHIP covers about 25 percent of AAPI kids nationwide, and allows health centers and other pediatric providers to serve patients with flexible and kid-focused care. Additionally, in some states, CHIP covers Lawful Permanent Resident children under the 5-year bar, allowing for essential access for immigrant families.

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