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2020 Conference

Fall 2020

Conference

Taking Aim: Applying a Person-Centered Perspective to Social Determinants of Health

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Keep up on the latest news and events from the Institute for Person-Centered Care and our health and human service and community partners.

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2021

January

**Please confirm if the event(s) you are interested in have been canceled or moved to an online platform

January

Ongoing, IPCC Virtual Conference: Taking Aim: Applying a Person-Centered Perspective to Social Determinants of Health, hosted by the Institute for Person-Centered Care. Virtual

On-demand recordings NOW AVAILABLE from the 2020 St. Ambrose Person-Centered Care Conference. Recordings are available through November 5, 2021 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Interprofessional Continuing Education Partnership. Person-centered care can address social determinants of health (SDoHs), including driving practice through data, advocating for policy, interprofessional practices and how to incorporate person-centered practices into care. Learn from change makers at both the national and local levels, focusing on person-centered perspectives to SDoHs.

Ongoing through May 31, 2021, Ethics of Person-Centered Care Webinar Series (CEs Available), hosted by the Institute for Person-Centered Care, Virtual

Participants may complete one or both courses: Course 1) Ethics of Person-Centered Care (2 CEs) and Course 2) Ethics and Sexual Harassment in the Clinic (1 CE). 

Jan 4, 12:30-1:30 p.m. CST, 3 part series: Equity Speakers Bureau - Mississippi Valley Child Protection Center, hosted by the Quad City Trauma Informed Consortium. Virtual

3 part series: When a Child Discloses, Technology, Exploitation, and Trauma

Jan 26, Noon-1:30 p.m. CST, Minimal Facts Interview Training, hosted by the Quad City Child Abuse Council, free virtual training

During the Minimal Facts Interviewing Training the attendees will gain a better understanding of:

  • The Importance and Purpose of Minimal Facts Interviewing
  • Peer Reviewed Research on Questioning Children about Abuse
  • Minimal Facts Questions to Ask
  • Questions to Avoid Asking Children
  • The Mississippi Valley Child Protection Center and their services for
  • families

TO REGISTER, PLEASE EMAIL arinj@iastate.edu

Jan 28-29, All day. Community-Led Initiatives for Population Health Improvement: A Workshop, hosted by the National Academies of Science Engineering Medicine. Virtual

Presentations and discussions on community-led action around population health improvement, including the social determinants of health.

February

**Please confirm if the event(s) you are interested in have been canceled or moved to an online platform

February 

Ongoing, IPCC Virtual Conference: Taking Aim: Applying a Person-Centered Perspective to Social Determinants of Health, hosted by the Institute for Person-Centered Care. Virtual

On-demand recordings NOW AVAILABLE from the 2020 St. Ambrose Person-Centered Care Conference. Recordings are available through November 5, 2021 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Interprofessional Continuing Education Partnership. Person-centered care can address social determinants of health (SDoHs), including driving practice through data, advocating for policy, interprofessional practices and how to incorporate person-centered practices into care. Learn from change makers at both the national and local levels, focusing on person-centered perspectives to SDoHs.

Ongoing through May 31, 2021, Ethics of Person-Centered Care Webinar Series (CEs Available), hosted by the Institute for Person-Centered Care, Virtual

Participants may complete one or both courses: Course 1) Ethics of Person-Centered Care (2 CEs) and Course 2) Ethics and Sexual Harassment in the Clinic (1 CE).

March

**Please confirm if the event(s) you are interested in have been canceled or moved to an online platform

March

Ongoing, IPCC Virtual Conference: Taking Aim: Applying a Person-Centered Perspective to Social Determinants of Health, hosted by the Institute for Person-Centered Care. Virtual

On-demand recordings NOW AVAILABLE from the 2020 St. Ambrose Person-Centered Care Conference. Recordings are available through November 5, 2021 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Interprofessional Continuing Education Partnership. Person-centered care can address social determinants of health (SDoHs), including driving practice through data, advocating for policy, interprofessional practices and how to incorporate person-centered practices into care. Learn from change makers at both the national and local levels, focusing on person-centered perspectives to SDoHs.

Ongoing through May 31, 2021, Ethics of Person-Centered Care Webinar Series (CEs Available), hosted by the Institute for Person-Centered Care, Virtual

Participants may complete one or both courses: Course 1) Ethics of Person-Centered Care (2 CEs) and Course 2) Ethics and Sexual Harassment in the Clinic (1 CE).

April

**Please confirm if the event(s) you are interested in have been canceled or moved to an online platform

April

Ongoing, IPCC Virtual Conference: Taking Aim: Applying a Person-Centered Perspective to Social Determinants of Health, hosted by the Institute for Person-Centered Care. Virtual

On-demand recordings NOW AVAILABLE from the 2020 St. Ambrose Person-Centered Care Conference. Recordings are available through November 5, 2021 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Interprofessional Continuing Education Partnership. Person-centered care can address social determinants of health (SDoHs), including driving practice through data, advocating for policy, interprofessional practices and how to incorporate person-centered practices into care. Learn from change makers at both the national and local levels, focusing on person-centered perspectives to SDoHs.

Ongoing through May 31, 2021, Ethics of Person-Centered Care Webinar Series (CEs Available), hosted by the Institute for Person-Centered Care, Virtual

Participants may complete one or both courses: Course 1) Ethics of Person-Centered Care (2 CEs) and Course 2) Ethics and Sexual Harassment in the Clinic (1 CE).

May

**Please confirm if the event(s) you are interested in have been canceled or moved to an online platform

May

Ongoing, IPCC Virtual Conference: Taking Aim: Applying a Person-Centered Perspective to Social Determinants of Health, hosted by the Institute for Person-Centered Care. Virtual

On-demand recordings NOW AVAILABLE from the 2020 St. Ambrose Person-Centered Care Conference. Recordings are available through November 5, 2021 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Interprofessional Continuing Education Partnership. Person-centered care can address social determinants of health (SDoHs), including driving practice through data, advocating for policy, interprofessional practices and how to incorporate person-centered practices into care. Learn from change makers at both the national and local levels, focusing on person-centered perspectives to SDoHs.

Ongoing through May 31, 2021, Ethics of Person-Centered Care Webinar Series (CEs Available), hosted by the Institute for Person-Centered Care, Virtual

Participants may complete one or both courses: Course 1) Ethics of Person-Centered Care (2 CEs) and Course 2) Ethics and Sexual Harassment in the Clinic (1 CE).

June

**Please confirm if the event(s) you are interested in have been canceled or moved to an online platform

June

Ongoing, IPCC Virtual Conference: Taking Aim: Applying a Person-Centered Perspective to Social Determinants of Health, hosted by the Institute for Person-Centered Care. Virtual

On-demand recordings NOW AVAILABLE from the 2020 St. Ambrose Person-Centered Care Conference. Recordings are available through November 5, 2021 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Interprofessional Continuing Education Partnership. Person-centered care can address social determinants of health (SDoHs), including driving practice through data, advocating for policy, interprofessional practices and how to incorporate person-centered practices into care. Learn from change makers at both the national and local levels, focusing on person-centered perspectives to SDoHs.

Jun 26, 8:00-1:00 p.m., CST, QC Caregiver Conference, hosted by the Milestones Area Agency on Aging, Davenport, IA

The goal of the Quad City Caregiver Conference is to empower individuals and families in their role(s) as caregivers, by providing a venue to make the search for resources and information easier. This year's speakers include: Anthony Carroll from AARP, "Caregiving and the CARE Act" and Keynote speaker Christopher Maclellan, "Self-care for the Caregiver and Caregiver Stress in the Workplace".

Contact


Kate Horberg

Program Coordinator
Center for Health Sciences Education, 1320 W. Lombard St.
Mail: 518 W. Locust St.
Davenport, IA 52803
563-333-5769
HorbergKatelynH@sau.edu

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