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2017 Northeast Texas CHW Coalition Conference Presentations

The following presentations are scheduled to be provided during the 2017 Northeast Texas Community Health Worker Conference held on July 14, 2017 in Tyler at Tyler Junior College (West Campus). Headings in blue have the presentation posted.


The CHW and Public Health:  The UT Health Northeast Experience by Dr. Jeffrey Levin


Chronic Care and Self Management by Marcus Wade


Texas Home Visiting: Another Tool in Your CHW Toolbox by Susan Rodriguez


Mental Health by Kim Bush


Workforce Solutions & Employment Opportunities for Community Health Workers: A Report to the CHW Program Advisory Committee of the Texas Department of State Health Services presentation by Rosalia Guerrero-Luera


Caring for People (who happen to be LGBTQ) by Jami Baker


Diabetes, Depression and Syndemic Suffering among African American Patients by Dr Pamela Fox


Community Health Workers: Understanding your role in planning on the health care team by Carol Henson


A Community Health Worker’s Guide to Texercise Classic by Jeanie Gallegly


Hereditary Cancer: What is it and What Can We Do About it? by Megan McKenna


Leadership … Do You Have What it Takes … Yes, You Do! by Kim Bush


Texas Self-Measured Blood Pressure Monitoring Tied with Clinical Support: An Evidence-Based Strategy to Achieve Blood Pressure Control by Alisa Spieckerman and Nancy Eichner


Five Things to Know about Brain Injury by Kristy Easley


SafeGuarding Our Seniors: Recognizing & Reporting Elder Abuse by Stephanie Sonnier


Creating and Maintaining Healthy Worksite Environments by Terrence Ates and John Ragland


Understanding HIV/AIDS for the Community Health Worker by Tasha Whitaker


Ethical Decision Making by Kim Bush


Don’t Flip Flop Around; Take care of your feet by Ardis Reed


Assessing Gait Disorders: Important observations to record and report by Jeanie Gallegly


Tobacco Danger by Lana Herriman


Virtual Dementia Tour by Stephanie Taylor


CHW Self-Care: Focusing on You While Giving to the Community by LaShonda Malrey-Horne