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proyecto echo diabetes

 

FECHA DE GRABACION: 7 de junio de 2017, 1 pm ET

PRESENTADORAS DE CASOS: Ileana Ponce-González, MD, MPH

 

 

Crédito de educación continua

Para recibir crédito de Trabajador/a de Salud Comunitaria o Educación Continua de Enfermería, después de ver alguno de estos seminarios usted debe hacer lo siguiente:

  • Completar la evaluación participante asociado a cada sesión
  • Completar la Pre-Encuesta de la Diabetes Sobre la Autoeficacia de los Profesionales de Salud Comunitaria (esto debería haber sido completado antes de la primera sesión)

 

 

Descripción

Durante nuestra ultima sesión del ECHO Diabetes 2017, la Dra. Ileana Ponce-González, presentara dos casos para ser discutidos entre los participantes. Los casos se enfocan a problemas diarios que vive las personas afectadas con diabetes y la intervención de los promotores, para ayudar a los diabéticos a manejar su condición, a conseguir recursos y sobre todo apoyo, incluyendo el emocional.

 

Objetivos de aprendizaje

  1. Aplicar los conocimientos aprendidos durante la serie
  2. Evaluar dos casos de el manejo de enfermedades crónicas usando un abordaje basado en la evidencia medica
  3. Evaluar el programa ECHO Diabetes del 2017

proyecto echo diabetes

 

FECHA DE GRABACION: 31 de mayo de 2017, 1 pm ET (zona horaria del Este)

PRESENTADORAS DE CASOS: Dra. Maura García, Dra. Lorena Wright, y Beatrice Smith


 

Crédito de educación continua

Para recibir crédito de Trabajador/a de Salud Comunitaria o Educación Continua de Enfermería, después de ver alguno de estos seminarios usted debe hacer lo siguiente:

  • Completar la evaluación participante asociado a cada sesión
  • Completar la Pre-Encuesta de la Diabetes Sobre la Autoeficacia de los Profesionales de Salud Comunitaria (esto debería haber sido completado antes de la primera sesión)

 

Objetivos de aprendizaje

  1. Describir la relación entre la diabetes y la presión arterial alta o hipertensión arterial
  2. Cómo manejar su diabetes y presión arterial
  3. Entender las principales barreras para controlar la diabetes y la presión arterial alta
  4. Comparar la carga de la hipertensión en los Estados Unidos y Texas
  5. Identificar recursos educacionales del control de la hipertensión arterial
  6. Demostrar cómo los promotores y otros profesionales de la salud pueden utilizar la plataforma ECHO para mejorar el acceso al tratamiento de la hipertensión e incrementar los hábitos de vida saludables
  7. Preparar una presentación a un grupo de padres en una pequeña clínica rural con
    respecto a la diabetes y la hipertensión 
    Preparar una presentación a un grupo de padres en una pequeña clínica rural conrespecto a la diabetes y la hipertensión

 

proyecto echo diabetes

 

FECHA DE GRABACION: 17 de mayo de 2017, 1 pm ET (zona horaria del Este)

PRESENTADORAS DE CASOS: María Cortéz, José L. Rodríguez Abrego, y Socorro García


 

Crédito de educación continua

Para recibir crédito de Trabajador/a de Salud Comunitaria o Educación Continua de Enfermería, después de ver alguno de estos seminarios usted debe hacer lo siguiente:

  • Completar la evaluación participante asociado a cada sesión
  • Completar la Pre-Encuesta de la Diabetes Sobre la Autoeficacia de los Profesionales de Salud Comunitaria (esto debería haber sido completado antes de la primera sesión)

 

Descripción

En nuestra cuarta clínica de ECHO Diabetes estaremos analizando tres casos que donde personas con Diabetes enfrentaron complicaciones por una pobre salud oral y donde los factores determinantes de la salud jugaron un rol muy importante . Y como las promotoras de salud intervinieron como parte del equipo de atención de salud en el manejo de estos casos. Los casos serán presentado por: los promotores de salud: María Cortez y José Rodríguez del  Community Health Outreach Worker Outreach  y Socorro García,  del Community Health Worker Coalition for Migrants and Refugees  (CHWCMR) del estado de Washington. La clínica estará a cargo de la Dra. Ileana Ponce-González,  Directora Ejecutiva del CHWCMR y Profesor Asistente de la Universidad de Washington.

 

Objetivos de aprendizaje

  1. Evaluar la importancia de la Salud Oral entre pacientes diabéticos y la participación de los promotores.
  2. Presentar casos de la vida real de complicaciones y  resultados exitosos de pacientes cuya salud oral ha sido afectada por la diabetes y el abordaje del equipo médico a que pertenecían.
  3. Aprender cómo un abordaje integral de la Salud Oral ayuda a manejar la Diabetes.


MCN webinar what to do when diabetes affects your mood

DATE: May 10, 2017, 1 pm (ET)

SPEAKERS: Patria Alguila and Ileana Ponce-Gonzalez, MD, MPH, CNC

 

 

Continuing Education Credit

To receive CME* or CNE credit after viewing this webinar, you must:

  • Complete the Participant Evaluation associated with this webinar
  • Send an email with your first and last name stating which webinar you completed to contedu@migrantclinician.org

 

Description

​In this webinar participants will be able to identify the Health Resource Services Administration performance measures related to depression, describe symptoms of depression, understand how to encourage patients to control and manage their diabetes and depression​, and understand the principle barriers faced by patients in the control and management of their diabetes and depression

 

Learning Objectives

  1. Define the term mental illness
  2. List at least two symptoms of depression
  3. Define the HRSA quality measure for depression screening
  4. Understand at least one barrier in the control of diabetes and depression

 

This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under cooperative agreement number U30CS09742, Technical Assistance to Community and Migrant Health Centers and Homeless for $1,094,709.00 with 0% of the total NCA project financed with non-federal sources. This information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.

Part 5 of the 6 webinar series: Essential Clinical Issues in Migration Health

DATE RECORDED: June 5, 2014
PRESENTED BY: Katherine Brieger, RD and Elizabeth Magenheimer

View Recorded Webinar

Participant Evaluation  

Presentation Slides (PDF)

To receive CME* or CNE credit after viewing any of these webinars you must do the following:
  • Complete the Participant Evaluation associated with each webinar
  • Send an email with your first and last name stating which webinar you completed to contedu@migrantclinician.org

Diabetes continues to be one of the most common and challenging health condition confronting migrants and other underserved populations. It is clear that a healthy lifestyle is critical to mitigating the impact of diabetes on individuals and the population, however effective and appropriate interventions can be difficult to design. Fairhaven Community Health Center in Connecticut and Hudson River Healthcare in New York, are two health centers that have long led the way in creating culturally appropriate lifestyle programs for migrants and other underserved patients. In this session the presenters will discuss lessons learned from the development of a variety of programs for diabetics and other patients including a community garden, nutrition classes, cooking classes, weight management and strategies to encourage exercise. The session will address the clinical core measures related to nutrition and BMI and will also discuss current research test second line drug effectiveness in Type 2 DM. Available in English

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe culturally appropriate diabetes intervention strategies
  2. Identify strategies to address clinical core competencies related to nutrition and BMI to improve quality care.
  3. Receive “take home” examples of how to incorporate effective nutrition, weight loss, exercise and other health lifestyle strategies.

 

FURTHER READING

Download the Spanish Toolkit Materials

National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse, http://diabetes.niddk.nih.gov/dm/pubs/preventionprogram

Bright Bodies, http://brightbodies.org

This flyer explains the importance of doctors visits.  Developed by/Elaborado por Migrant Clinicians Network, 512-327-2017.  Funding provided by Texas Department of State Health Services. 

Este anuncio explica la importancia de visitar el medico.  Financiado por el Programa de Diabetes del Departamento Estatal de Servicios de Salud de Texas

A fotonovela about learning to live with diabetes.  It is in English and Spanish.  Originally produced by Stovall Medical Center and the North Carolina Farmworker Health Alliance. Original design by students in the Apples
Service Learning Program at UNC-Chapel Hill.  Made possible with funding by the Texas Diabetes Council/Texas Department of State Health Services.

Developed by Migrant Clinicians Network, 512-327-2017. www.migrantclinician.org Funding provided by Texas Department of State Health Services.  This flyer shows sytomps of the diabetic eye.  It is only in English.

This brochure is a description of how to care for your feet.  It is in English and Spanish. 

This brochure was created by the Migrant Clinicians Network Diabetes Program with funding from the Texas Department of Health Diabetes Program / Council.  This brochure has basic information about Acanthosis Nigricans and is in Spanish and English. 

To improve compliance with evidence-based guidelines for chronic disease care.

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Measurement of glycemic control, renal function and lipid levels in diabetic patients are important indicators of the quality of the medical treatment and are necessary to guide the treatment of diabetic patients. These tests are required at frequent intervals.

To improve care to Diabetic Patients and others by providing basic foot care and assessment.

This flyer gives what to do and not do while traveling. Created by Migrant Clinicians Network Diabetes Program Funding provided by the Diabetes Program, Texas Department of Health. Available in Spanish and English.

This flyer describes oral health for the diabetic.  It is in English and Spanish. 

This flyer explains diabetes and kidney disease.  Available in Spanish and English.

This flyer describes depression and the steps to health living.  Available in Spanish and English. 

Free, colorful, low-literacy patient handouts related do diabetes. On everything from “What is Diabetes?” to healthy living topics, being active, medicine, caring for diabetes and more. Available in Spanish and English.

To provide the RN with guidelines to assure that the basic elements of diabetes management are taught to patients with diabetes.

We would like to draw your attention to a new Self-Management Support resource. The Assessment of Primary Care Resources and Supports for Chronic Disease Self Management (PCRS) is a tool developed by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Diabetes Initiative to further define the elements of self management support in primary care. Its purpose is to facilitate quality improvement in this component of the chronic care model. Also available is a PowerPoint presentation that provides some background and information on how to use and score the PCRS Tool. Many thanks to Carol Brownson from the Diabetes Initiative(http://diabetesinitiative.org/) for sharing this great resource with the Health Disparities Collaboratives community!
The ADA Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease Toolkit is meant to assist healthcare professionals in educating patients on topics related to diabetic cardiovascular disease. The toolkit offers handouts in both English and Spanish.
The Texas Diabetes Council offers the Diabetes Tool Kit—a teaching aid for health care professionals who work with people who have diabetes. The Tool Kit includes patient education handouts in English and Spanish, which can be reproduced. The handouts address managing sick days, monitoring diabetes in pregnancy, developing an exercise program, and other important topics.

An epidemic of obesity-related diabetes is sweeping across the United States and has begun its spread to the rest of the world. In 1998, the Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN) Diabetes Program launched the Diabetes Track II project to address this issue in the migrant population. Track II provides continuity of care for mobile individuals through transferring medical records and offering remote care coordination. Track II: Continuous Diabetes Care for Migrant Workers is a english/spanish resource.

To assist in the delivery of primary care practice. They have been developed by a panel of experts through an open, peer-reviewed process to assure that they are complete, accurate and consistent with the current state of knowledge on diabetes treatment.