Session handouts for the 2020 Many Faces of Community Health Conference are not yet available, please check back in September 2020.

Thursday, October 31st Sessions

Thursday Opening Keynote: Who CARES about Empowering Patients to be Active Participants in their Health Care

1A. Reducing Harms Associated with Substance Use Disorder through Syringe Service Programs

1B. Healthy Beginnings Program: Partnering for Safe Pregnancies and Healthy Babies 

1C. Trust, Intent, and Gratitude: The Basics to Building a Culture of Joy

1D. Improving Diabetes Care: An Effort towards Health Equity

2A. Trauma-Informed Care is Making a Difference: The How and Why 

2B. The Bounce Back Project and Power of Social Connections

2C. Using Pay-for-Performance to Reduce Health Disparities: What Have We Learned

2D. Community Paramedics and CHWs: Reducing Health Disparities and Increasing Self-Management Skills

Thursday Lunchtime Plenary: Preparing the Workforce to Better Engage Patients in their Health

3A. How to Teach Your Patients about Pain

3B. Moving the Needle: Simple Strategies to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screening – MN Department of Health

3B. Moving the Needle: Simple Strategies to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screening – Southside Community Health Services

3B. Moving the Needle: Simple Strategies to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screening – Community Health Services, Inc.

3C. Karibu Mama Mtoto Parenting Circle – Healing Trauma in African American Women

3D. An Innovative Telehealth Approach to Oral Health Services within Rural Head Start Clinics 

4A. The Ready Set Smile Difference

4B. Trauma-Informed Community Health Care: Our Journey So Far

4C. Maximizing Clinical Pharmacy Services in a Primary Care Setting

4D. Creating a Breastfeeding-Friendly Organization


Friday, November 1st Sessions

Friday Opening Keynote: Generations, Double Click

5A. Getting Over It: Effective Techniques for Taking a Sexual History

5B. Providing Health Care to Immigrants: An Imperative

5C. Launching a Telehealth Program: Experiences and Learnings

5D. Crisis Averted: Embedding a Behavioral Health Consultant in Primary Care

6A. How the MN Health Collaborative is Tackling Mental Health in Primary Care

6B. The COACH Model: Addressing Oral Health at Critical Life Stages

6C. Federal and State Policy Update

6D. Confronting the Huge Inequities in the Health of African American Mothers and Babies

Friday Closing Plenary: Hope and Inspiration in Addiction Recovery, Musical Performance 



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