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SDAHO Education for the Week of April 5

​Register today for this weeks educational offerings. CE’s are available to participants. Check out our event calendar for other upcoming educational opportunities from SDAHO and other organizations. If you have any questions on SDAHO education, please contact Michella Sybesma.


April 6, 1pm, CST
| Secondary Traumatic Stress, Presenter: Dee Le Beau-Hein

This training will provide an introduction to “Secondary Traumatic Stress” (STS). The objectives for this training will be to increase understanding of how staff maybe at risk for STS, recognize signs and symptoms of STS, the impact STS may have on a person’s wellbeing and their work performance. Identify professional and personal support systems, develop self-care strategies and how to develop a wellness plan.  Participants can earn continuing education for attending. 
April 7, 2pm, CST | Social Determinants of Health and Addressing Health Disparities in Integrated Care Settings, Presenter: Maxine Fuller, M.S.

COVID has exposed myriad ways that minority populations and chronically underserved communities experience disproportionate physical and behavioral health disparities. This webinar will present recent epidemiological data outlining these health disparities, discusses social determinants that contribute to health outcomes within these populations, and presents strategies that can be employed to simultaneously integrate behavioral health needs within your health center while working to reduce health disparities in the communities you serve.  Participants can earn continuing education for attending.

April 8, 12pm, CST | Patient-Provider Communication: More Than Meets the Eye, Presenter: Jennifer Anderson, Ph.D., Associate Professor in the School of Communication & Journalism at SDSU

Each encounter between a patient and a medical care provider, when done well, is a unique opportunity for information-sharing, problem-solving, and relationship-building. When things don’t go well, these encounters can create confusion, distrust, and ultimately lead to medical mistakes.

Within these encounters we communicate verbally and nonverbally. Each of us comes into the interaction with our personal beliefs, experiences, culture that impact how we speak, how we listen, and how we understand each other.

Every conversation is unique. Yet there are communication strategies that can enhance almost any conversation you have – at work or anywhere else.

With that in mind, this webinar will address these broad questions:

  • What does communication between patients & providers look like? And why is it important?
  • What are the barriers or challenges to optimal patient-provider communication?
  • What are some basic communication skills that will enhance patient-provider conversations?
  • What small changes can we make to elevate the quality of communication within busy and overwhelmed health care contexts?
Participants can earn continuing education for attending.
To view all upcoming education, visit SDAHO’s Education calendar.

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