Social factors have a large impact on a person’s health and mean many people die early or have a worse life. CHWTraining shows how teaching about health disparities can lead to better equity.
Community health workers can help promote breast cancer screenings on many fronts. They’re powerful allies in the battle against breast cancer, especially in underserved communities, where they live, work, or understand deeply. CHWTraining shows how you can use them in your program.
Every year more people become community health workers across the United States, and every year there are more conferences to support them. Conferences, workshops, annual meetings, and symposiums are excellent opportunities to brush up on your skills, learn new skills, and hear from the experts and thinkers in the community and public health industry. Here’s a list of the top CHW conferences for the year.
Breast cancer screening is key to early detection. However not all women get their mammogram. CHWTraining’s new, community-focused breast cancer screening course fills the industry’s skills gap by providing training in key areas such as breast cancer screening, cancer prevention, women’s health, communication skills, outreach and more.
Health care organizations including agencies and hospitals need to find ways to help with funding now more than ever. Here are some non-traditional ideas for providers and other entities to seek millions of dollars in grants.
Burnout can manifest as frustration, anger, exhaustion, and lack of physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual energy. Read on to find out whether your team is reaching or struggling with burnout.
Talance, Inc., provides curriculum development and technology tools to organizations that want to create workers who transform health in America’s communities.