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Carlos Fayard & Byron Rivera.In this workshop we will present a multidisciplinary approach to address the healthcare gaps of underserved (e.g., unauthorized immigrants and underinsured) Latino population that utilizes county, hospital, and parochial resources.
Mark Dal Corso.This session will briefly describe the concepts of Community Oriented Primary Care (COPC) and Community-Centered Health Homes (CCHH), and describe how public health students have created systematic ways for patients to learn about community resources, empowering them to improve their health outcomes. The participants will engage in an interactive exercise to develop "bridges" from the clinic to the community in which they are working.
Catherine Harrington.We will explore the collaboration story between the Pharmacy School at Palm Beach Atlantic University (PBAU) and the Community Health Center (CHC) of West Palm Beach, an indigent care clinic started by the First Baptist Church. PBAU pharmacists staff the Chronic Disease Clinic under a collaborative practice agreement with the CHC medical director. PBAU takes referrals of patients with chronic disease (e.g. diabetes) needing intensive management and the Chronic Disease Management Clinic works with those patients to meet their medication, emotional, and spiritual needs on a long term basis.
Beth and Greg Delaney provide a simple but helpful look at the SCIENCE behind addiction. They Introduce the importance of Connection/Belonging for recovery, the importance of collaborative networks of care and community engagement, and identify faith's role in the continuum of care for SUD. They will give insight as to faith's role and opportunities in prevention, intervention and recovery supports.
David Chen.This workshop will review Violence Interruption & Hospital Violence Intervention Programs and explore how a Christocentric hermeneutic interprets their efficacy, and will propose opportunities for healthcare delivery innovation.
Aaron Fisher.Trauma has not simply impacted individuals, but substantially impacts our communities and nation. Leaving these realities unacknowledged truncates our hopes for healing and reconciliation. Explore the repercussions on our ability to provide care and on our call to be the redeemed and reconciled Body of Christ.
Dee Ann Bragg.his workshop sets out to delineate how to cost-effectively and successfully treat Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) based on experience in two different clinical settings (one primarily uninsured, one with state-based insurance).
Ben Preyss & Emily Lupo.This session will review principles and strategies of population health, and focus on the development of Lawndale Christian Health Center's progressive program, which centers on team-based case management, mobile transitions, and analytics for risk stratification/identification of patients who would benefit the most from clinic resources.
John Umhau. This workshop will focus on the practical implementation of evidence-based outpatient medical treatment, including dietary intervention and the drug therapy which has created new hope for those trapped by alcohol. Topics will include the use of naltrexone, (including The Sinclair Method), new medications, and gut biome factors which drive the neuroinflammation accompanying chronic use and related psychological problems.
Beth and Greg Delaney. This session will explore the impact of trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) on substance use disorder. Participants will be informed about the ACE study, trauma informed care, and ways faith-based solutions can be leveraged to assist individuals dealing with these issues.