Learning Connections Partnerships
An important part of our mission is developing partnerships with other organizations dedicated to supporting CHMCs through education and resource sharing.
From long-time partners such as Region X state PCAs, NACHC and HRSA, to newer collaborations such as the National Network of Libraries of Medicine at the UW, we seek to improve and expand information delivery.
Partner Trainings and Resources
Alaska Primary Care Association (APCA)
California Primary Care Association (CPCA)
Idaho Primary Care Association (IPCA)
Oregon Primary Care Association (OPCA)
Washington Association of Community and Migrant Health Centers
WACMHC & National Health Care for Homeless Council: Chronic Disease Management & Trauma Informed Care
One-Day training for health center grantees, Monday June 3, 2013, Seatac, WA - Register by May 20th, 2013
Community Health Association of the Mountain/Plains States (CHAMPS)
Check out CHAMPS redesigned website, with great new tools and resources. Calendar of Events
Templates & Samples of PCMH Policies & Procedures
Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Information & Resources Webpage
National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC)
Health Services and Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
HRSA's Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC) Office of Training and Technical Assistance Coordination (OTTAC) is pleased to announce the arrival of the new BPHC Technical Assistance (TA) website.
National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Pacific Northwest Region (NN/LM)
Disaster Summit: Magnitude 9 Cascadia Earthquake in the Pacific Northwest, Tuesday March 6, 2013.
Hot Topics in Practice: Integrating Public Health & Primary Care, webinar Tuesday March 19, 2013 Noon - 1:00pm PST
Of Topical Interest:
Mental Health First Aid is a public education program that trains individuals in a community to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. The training is especially useful in rural communities where access to mental health services may be limited.
Register for this free series of six webinars by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) specifically designed for community health centers through the Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC) Health Centers "Accreditation Initiative."
The Seattle Community Colleges District presents Global Impact, an international service learning project open to health care professionals and members of the community. Details on their website.
The UW Northwest Center for Public Health Practice offers free online forums on Hot Topics in Practice. Also, a free online course in Emergency Risk Communication.
Qualis, The Commonwealth Fund and Group Health have partnered to create The Safety Net Medical Home Initiative, a national Patient-Centered Medical Home demonstration that is helping 65 primary care safety net sites become high-performing medical homes and improve quality, efficiency and patient experience.
Understanding and Achieving Meaningful Use; CME Credit Online Education Resource for Doctors and Nurses
OCHIN and O-HITEC, in partnership with Cisco Systems, offers an online course for doctors and nurses, Meaningful Use of EHR: First Steps to Improved Patient Outcomes. The 3-hour online course is meant to help providers quickly understand the regulations, incentives and criteria for Meaningful Use. Both Physician CME and Nursing Continuing Education will be offered. Register at Cisco Health Path.
The Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality (AHRQ)
Announces the launch of a new website devoted to providing objective information to policymakers and researchers on the Patient Centered Medical Home. The site provides users with searchable access to a rich database of publications and other resources on the medical home and exclusive access to AHRQ-funded white papers focused on critical medical home issues.
National Healthcare for the Homeless Council
The NHCHC provides training and technical assistance (TA) to Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) Grantees and other organizations through a Cooperative Agreement with the Health Resources and Services Administration. The Council serves over 200 HCH projects nationwide that provide integrated health care services to over one million people who are experiencing homelessness, and the Council promotes the HCH Approach to health care delivery in all of its resources and the provision of assistance to HCH grantees. For more information about the training and technical assistance we offer and to request training or TA for your organization, please follow the links below:
Online Training Portal
The following are on-demand educational webcasts that were previously offered in Summer 2011 as a live offering. If you were not able to attend or if you would like to see them again, just click on the links below!
Ten Tips for Social Media Action
Hosted by Patricia Tynan
Ten Tips for Social Media Action is a back to basics webcast explaining popular tools, providing practical advice and giving you 10 easy to implement tips to use social media effectively.
Nonprofit Web Advice
Hosted by Dan Gonzalez
This informative discussion includes valuable tips on making the most of your Donor-Centric web presence.
Enahncing Donor Loyalty in the Online Age
Hosted by Bridget Brandt
Learn how to improve donor engagement online and why engaged donors are critical to your organization's long term success.