Archived Webinars

Archived Webinars

Epidemiology of Pathogenesis of HCV: A Focus on HIV

This web-based training was hosted by the Partnerships for Care HIV TAC.

Faculty:  Dr. Camilla Graham, Department of Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify who is at risk for HIV/HCV co-infection and HCV re-infection
  • Recognize co-factors and co-morbidities that contribute to liver disease progression in HIV/HCV co-infection which are amenable for intervention
  • Recognize the need for HCV treatment in co-infected populations    

Archive Date;  08/11/2017

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Session 1:  Developing a Social Media Marketing Strategy for your Health Community Center

This web-based training was hosted by the Partnerships for Care HIV TAC.

Faculty:  Carlos Morales, Social Media Specialist, The MayaTech Corporation

Description:  Social media has revolutionized communication for people and organizations alike. As your organization adapts to this development, it can be difficult to know exactly how to best use your resources and energy. A well thought out, and well-documented social media strategy is a foundational piece of your organization’s social media success.

Archive Date: 04/06/2017

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Session 2:  Content Marketing Fundamentals - Creating Content to Promote Your Health Care Center

This web-based training was hosted by the Partnerships for Care HIV TAC.

Faculty:  Carlos Morales, Social Media Specialist, The MayaTech Corporation

Description:  Sharing content that is informative, entertaining and timely is a key element of a successful social strategy. It’s also the biggest pain point for many organizations — how can your organization find and produce enough great content to keep your followers engaged? We'll go over the essential components of content strategy and the value of implementing one.

Archive Date: 05/18/2017

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Session 3:  Social Advertising Fundamentals

This web-based training was hosted by the Partnerships for Care HIV TAC.

Faculty:  Carlos Morales, Social Media Specialist, The MayaTech Corporation

Description:  Social media advertising is a quickly growing industry. Integrating social media ads into your social media marketing plan can help you boost the reach of your content, grow your online community and capture the interest of prospective clients and funders. You will learn how to draw insights from your social media strategy to inform your social advertising decisions and the best practices that for every social advertising platform.

Archive Date: 06/08/2017

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Session 4:  Using Social Media to Sustain your Efforts:  Implementation of Social Media Marketing Strategies

This web-based training was hosted by the Partnerships for Care HIV TAC.

Faculty:  Scotland Huber, Codman Square Health Center

Description:  The Sustainability of a prevention or intervention outcomes is often seen as the culmination of program planning and implementation. However, sustainability should be part from the beginning of your program implementation. This webinar details how you can use social media to sustain positive outcomes, build your audience support for your services and promoting successful results to potential funders.

Archive Date: 07/18/2017

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Session 1:  Developing Position Descriptions

This web-based training was hosted by the Partnerships for Care HIV TAC.

Faculty:  Ann Hogan

Description:  Writing job descriptions is an important step in planning your staffing programs. They form the foundation for many important processes such as job postings, recruitment, selection, setting expectations, compensation, training and performance management. Job descriptions should give a brief overview of the role, how it relates to your organizational vision, a list of key responsibilities, requirements and qualifications.  This webinar will focus on best practices for develop job descriptions to increase staff recruitment and retention.

Archive Date: 06/02/2017

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Session 2:  Resolving Employee Conflict Within Your Organization

This web-based training was hosted by the Partnerships for Care HIV TAC.

Faculty:  Ann Hogan

Description:  When a two or more individuals work together there is always opportunity for conflict.   Conflict can be beneficial to an organization if it is managed well, but if it is ignored it can be very detrimental.  There are very few people that like to deal with conflict, but it is going to happen and leaders within the organization need to identify it, attempt to resolve it and take steps to minimize it from occurring again.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the ramifications of conflict between employee’s within your organization
  • Develop strategies to resolve the conflict between employees
  • How to establish parameters of behavior as the employee’s begin to move forward after the conflict

Archive Date: 06/27/2017

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Session 3:  Hiring the Right Fit

This web-based training was hosted by the Partnerships for Care HIV TAC.

Faculty:  Ann Hogan

Description:  Hiring the Right Fit for your organization takes an effective interviewing process.   Learn how to implement the tool of Behavioral Interviewing into your hiring process and what to include in an onboarding process to get individuals off to a great start!

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the techniques and process to ensure you hire the right individuals
  • Learn how to implement Behavioral Interviewing into your hiring process
  • What to include in your onboarding to increase retention

Archive Date: 07/25/2017

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Sustainability Assessment and Planning Part 1:  Understanding the Program Sustainability Assessment Tool

This web-based training was hosted by the Partnerships for Care HIV TAC

Faculty:

Kim Prewitt, Project Coordinator, Center for Public Health Systems Science,
Brown School at Washington University in St Louis, St. Louis, MO

Description: This webinar will explore the factors beyond funding that impact a program’s capacity for sustainability. The Program Sustainability framework identifies eight theory and evidence-based domains critical to public health programs’ long-term capacity for sustainability, namely: Environmental Support, Funding Stability, Partnerships, Organizational Capacity, Evaluation, Program Adaptation, Communications, and Strategic Planning. This webinar will provide a foundational understanding of the Program Sustainability Assessment Tool, laying the groundwork for more in-depth discussions of the Program Sustainability Assessment Tool. 

Learning Objectives:
 
At the conclusion of this activity the participants will:
  • Build their understanding of the framework,
  • Learn how to complete the Program Sustainability Assessment Tool, and
  • Understand the action planning process.

Archive Date:  08/03/2017

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Sustaining Integrated Care:  Making the Business Case for Routine HIV Screening and Care

This web-based training was hosted by the Partnerships for Care HIV TAC

Faculty:

Malinda Boehler, MSW, LCSW, Director, Midwest AIDS Training + Education Center, Eskenazi Health, Indianapolis, Indiana

Description: Health care systems are struggling with rising costs and uneven quality. Health care leaders and policy makers have tried countless incremental fixes—attacking fraud, reducing errors, enforcing practice guidelines, making patients better “consumers,” implementing electronic medical records—but none have had much impact. Many organizations are not true delivery systems, but loose partnerships of largely stand-alone units that often duplicate services. There are huge opportunities for improving value as providers integrate systems to eliminate the fragmentation and duplication of care and to optimize the types of care delivered to patients. 

This webinar will focus on the experience of Eskenazi Health, a large health care system in Indiana, in implementing routine HIV screening and expanding HIV care, and strategies they employed to sustain their expanded services following the end of their grant funding.  

Learning Objectives:

At the conclusion of this activity the participant should be better able to:

  • Describe an HIV screening and care expansion project from planning through implementation
  • Discuss the importance of engaging leadership to support sustaining integrated care
  • Explain elements of making the business case to support integrated care

Archive Date:  03/29/2017

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