Creating Welcoming Programs for People with Disabilities, September 23, 2013
Participants learned how to make chronic disease self-management programs accessible and welcoming to people with disabilities, i.e., sensory (visually and/or hearing impaired), physical, intellectual and /or developmental, with tips on effective marketing and recruitment, and program logistics and delivery.
Living Well Business Plan 101, March 13, 2013
Participants learned about business plan implementation and what it means for Living Well's sustainability.
Making the Connection: Healthcare Providers and Evidence-Based Self-Management Programs, March 14, 2012
Healthcare providers are important allies for self-management programs. In today's challenging healthcare delivery environment, how can we most effectively get providers' attention, gain their trust and develop partnerships that benefit programs, providers and patients? This session will cover practical approaches to making connections with providers.
Evidence-Based Falls Prevention Programs for Older Adults, June 6, 2012
Tai Chi and several other evidence-based falls prevention programs will be highlighted in this webinar. Learn about recommended programs, training opportunities, and national efforts to address the growing impact of older adult falls.
Engaging Diverse Populations in Living Well with Chronic Conditions and Tomando Control de su Salud Programs, September 19, 2102
The Stanford Chronic Disease Self-Management Programs, Living Well with Chronic Conditions and Tomando Control de su Salud, have been offered in Oregon for several years. Increasingly, organizations across the state have been bringing these programs to diverse audiences, including people with mental health conditions and low income populations, just to name a few. Learn about the applicability of Living Well and Tomando Control to diverse populations in Oregon and some of the results of these efforts.
Working with Coordinated Care Organizations (CCO) on Self-Management, December 12, 2012
Participants will receive an update on health system transformation in Oregon, and will hear some examples of how communities are weaving self-management into local Coordinated Care Organizations.
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