KEEP QUALITY PEOPLE WHERE THEY ARE NEEDED
With a priority for underserved populations, we partner with communities to KEEP QUALITY PEOPLE WHERE THEY ARE NEEDED.
Community Needs for Health Professionals
Continuing Education Programs
TRAIN PEOPLE TO GO WHERE THEY ARE NEEDED
With a priority for underserved populations, we partner with communities to TRAIN PEOPLE TO GO WHERE THEY ARE NEEDED.
Community-based Training Sites
National Health Service Corps
FIND PEOPLE TO FILL HEALTH CARE JOBS
With a priority for underserved populations, we partner with communities to FIND PEOPLE TO FILL HEALTH CARE JOBS.
Introducing students to health careers
Promoting classroom activities
Providing scholastic resource help
Advising students on scholarship availability
FOSTER HEALTHY BEHAVIORS
With a priority for underserved populations, we partner with communities to FOSTER HEALTHY BEHAVIORS.
Awareness of Healthy Behaviors
Adoption of Healthy Activities
MAXIMIZE LOCAL HEALTH CARE RESOURCES
With a priority for underserved populations, we partner with communities to MAXIMIZE LOCAL HEALTH CARE RESOURCES.
Qualitative Community Health Assessments
Community Health Worker Training
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You’re Key: HPV Cancer Prevention (Learner-Paced Activity Online Webinar Registration) (Available 1/2016-1/2017)
Free CEU's for
Nurses- .83 CNE
Physicians- 1.00 CME
Community Health Workers- 1.00
According to the Centers for Disease Control, about 79 million Americans are currently infected with HPV. About 14 million people become newly infected each year. Every year, about 11,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer, and about 4,400 women die from this disease in the U.S. About 1% of sexually active men and women in the U.S. have genital warts at any given time. Although there are new screening and diagnostic tools as well as studies supporting the use of immunizations to reduce HPV related cancers, there is misinformation and uncertainty among providers and patients about HPV immunizations. This continuing education activity will be used to improve health care professional delivery of HPV information and patient understanding of the vaccine.
Please see attached flyer for more details.
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Click on this link to view a portrait on pioneering African-American physicians in TexasRead More