Listen to this presentation for an introduction to the newly translated Chronic Disease Self-Management Program for use in the workplace (referred to as wCDSMP or ‘Live Healthy, Work Healthy’).
As part of its initiative to support community based organizations’ capacity to embed their services in integrated health care systems, NCOA created the Chronic Disease Self-Management Education video and Companion Guide. Listen to this session for an overview on the deployment of these tools and provides explanations of key healthcare terminology.
Learn how the MAC Living Well Center of Excellence (LWCE) and a regional hospital are partnering to determine real time benefits and cost savings of evidence-based programs.
Listen to this presentation to learn how to develop and use quantitative and qualitative public health data with program data to advance evidence-based programming.
Land-grant University Extension programs exist in every state, and this presentation will help to explore ways to connect with them to support evidence-based programs in your area.
This discussion-based presentation includes examples of student delivered evidence-based programs across academic institutions, an assessment of their effectiveness, and a shared dialogue of opportunities and challenges of this model.
Sustainable programs aren’t an accident! In order to incorporate evidence-based programs falls prevention that will be sustained in your organization, a well-thought out plan is critical. Listen to this session to improve your understanding of program planning as applied to the specific characteristics of falls prevention programs.
Listen to this session to learn more about the importance of health literacy and how it shapes patient adherence, re-admissions and long-term health outcomes. Speakers take a look at common instructions and health symbols and discuss the meaning from different cultures and explore ways to make changes to current health information.
Listen to this session for a description of the partnership between the MAC Inc. Living Well Center of Excellence and Frederick Memorial Hospital.