Thursday, October 25, 2018

2018 Program

Opening KeynoteCommunity Health as the Story of Self, Us, and Now, Dr. Michael Westerhaus and Dr. Roli Dwivedi of the Social Medicine Consortium

1A.  Impact of International Medical Graduates on Colorectal Cancer Screening

1B.  Bounce Back: Mental Wellness and Building Resilient Communities

1C.  Lawyers as Part of the Care Team: Lessons from 2 Healthcare Legal Partnerships

1D.  Meeting Community Need: How We Assumed a Behavioral Health and Substance Use Practice

1E.  Keynote Follow Up Session: Narrative Health Experience

2A.  FAITH!: Using a Mobile App to Improve Cardiovascular Health for African Americans

2B.  Changing the Conversation: Engaging Physicians and Staff in Tobacco Systems Change

Slides

Handout

2C.  Cybersecurity: Know Your Enemy, Know Yourself, Remove Risk

2D.  Improving Patient Engagement Using Innovations in Clinical Care Design

Plenary: Innovations in Health Equity: Successes & Challenges, MN Department of Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm

3A.  Healthy Communities: Sustaining CHWs and Systems Change

Slides – Part 1

Slides – Part 2

3B.  Access for All: Bridging Gap in Hospice and Palliative Care

3C.  How Communities Define Quality Healthcare

3D.  A Rural Primary Care Clinic’s Successful Response to the Opioid Epidemic

4A.  Giving Voices Back to AI/AN Communities to Increase Cancer Screening

4B.  Shared Medical Appointments for Improving Hypertension Control

4C.  Primary Care Providers’ Perspectives on Equity in Quality Measures

4D.  Between Us: Confidential Adolescent Reproductive Primary Care


 

Friday, October 26, 2018

Keynote: From Burnout to Buy-in: 5 Simple Tools to Reignite Your Improvement Efforts, Sara Horst of the Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement (ICSI)

Slides

Handout 1: Collaborative Communication

Handout 2: Reignite your Improvement Conversation

5A.  Bridging the Equity Gap through Integration of Culturally Specific CHWs

Slides – Part 1

Slides – Part 2

5B.  Advancing Health Equity by Promoting Best Practices for Dementia Care

5C.  Clinician Burnout: The Systems Perspective

5D.  Care with a Trans Person in Mind

Slides

Handout 1: Terminology

Handout 2: Using Pronouns to Make Spaces More Welcome & Inclusive

6A.  Meeting the Challenges of Opioids and Pain for State Public Program Members

6B.  See, Test & Treat: A Culturally Responsive Approach to Reducing Cancer Disparities

6C.  Federal and State Policy Update

6D.  Using PRAPARE Data to Inform Clinical Disparities and Improvement Strategies

Closing Plenary: Theater of Public Policy