Quarterly Meetings

Upcoming 2020 Quarterly Meetings:

 9/1/2020 - TBD
12/1/2020 - TBD

 

QUARTERLY MEETING - Second Quarter (6/23/2020)
Due to Covid19, the second quarterly meeting was held as an online event.

Prevent Diabetes Workgroup Overview – Lisa Taylor and Susan Simons

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New Mexico Shared Strategic Plan Discussion: 2020 Priority Goals and A Virtual World Café Breakout Sharing Session  John Linney, Executive Director, Impact Coaching and Speaking Inc., Impact Associates

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Asthma and Understanding Cultural and Language Differences in Families: A Photovoice Project

  Maria Otero,  Executive Director NMCWHA and Co-Founder Nuestra Salud

Overview:

  1. Increased cultural understanding about Hispanic families who have children with asthma.
  2. The Photovoice method.
  3. Identifying one environmental factor, one key stakeholder, and one key resource important to asthma control among Hispanic, Spanish-speaking New Mexico communities.

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Population Health and Health Disparities - Frances E. Ashe-Goins, PhD (hon), MPH, BSN, RN, FAAN

Overview:

  • Population health has been defined as "the health outcomes of a group of individuals, including the distribution of such outcomes within the group".
  • Population health is an art, process, science and a product of enhancing the health condition of a specific number of people within a given geographical area
  • Population health as an art, simply means that it is geared towards equal health care delivery to an anticipated group of people in a particular geographical location

Health disparities are differences in the incidence, prevalence, and mortality of a disease and the related adverse health conditions that exist among specific population groups.

  • These groups may be characterized by gender, age, race or ethnicity, education, income, social class, disability, geographic location, or sexual orientation.
  • Multiple factors contribute to racial/ethnic health disparities such as  socioeconomic factors, lifestyle behaviors, social environment, and access to preventive health-care services
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QUARTERLY MEETING- First Quarter (3/31/2020) - (Due to Covid19, the first quarterly meeting was held as an online event.)

NMSSP Discussion - John Linney, Executive Director, Impact Coaching and Speaking Inc.

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Prevention is Better Than A Cure - Dr. Ifeoma Achusim, Registered Nurse, Pharmacist, and Owner of Abundent Healthcare LLC

Overview: Coronavirus is a real threat as the number of infected cases continues to grow. Those with chronic health conditions including; heart disease, lung disease and diabetes are at higher risk of being infected more severely. How do we protect ourselves in this time of uncertainty?

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Telemedicine in a Perfect Storm: COVID-19 and Chronic Disease - Dale Alverson, MD Founder of UNM Center for Telehealth and First Board Chair for the NM Telehealth Alliance

Overview: Review the concept of Telemedicine, discuss steps in operationalization and integration of telemedicine into healthcare services, determine how this is relevant to chronic disease prevention and management, as well as a state, national, and International perspective.

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COVID-19 and The Department of HealthThomas Massaro, MD, Department of Health

Overview: Learn what the Department of Health is doing during this pandemic and their plan of action for the future.

 


 

2019 Quarterly Meetings:


December 2019 "Community Program Updates"

Presentations

  • Tobacco Use Prevention and Control Program Data Update by James Padilla
  • Building Healthy Military Communities (BHMC) Statewide Update by Valentina Livingston
  • Spring Street Exchange - SDOH - Local and National Perspectives by Roci Gainey-Graham
  • Atrisco Heritage High School, Evolvement Program by No Minor Sale Campaign

September 2019 "Social Determinants of Health"

Presentations and Trainings

  • Indigenous Health Leadership Institute, Community Asset Mapping by Shannon Fleg
  • Health Literacy Coalition by Audrey Riffenburgh and Kathryn Anderson
  • Social Marketing Training by Chris Hollis

June 2019 "Social Determinants of Health"

Presentations

  • Ujima Behavioral Health: Collective Works and Responsibility - Making Space and Information a Community-Owned Asset by Kenneth Winfrey
  • Comagine Health: Heart Disease and Stroke Workgroup Introduction by Edy Taylor
  • American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network: Success! E-cigarettes Included in the Clean Indoor Air Law by Marissa  Trujillo

2018 Quarterly Meetings:


“Strategies that Support and Reinforce Healthful Behaviors”

Presentations


June 2017 Quarterly Meeting – “Community-Clinical Linkages Enhancement”

June 2017 Quarterly Meeting Minutes


December 2016 Quarterly Meeting – “Strategies that Support and Reinforce Healthful Behaviors”

December 2016 Quarterly Meeting Minutes


September 2016 Quarterly Meeting – “Heath Systems Interventions”

September 2016 Quarterly Meeting Minutes


March 2016 Quarterly Meeting – “Community-Clinical Linkages Enhancement”

March 2016 Quarterly Meeting Minutes


June 2016 Quarterly Meeting – “Strategies that Support and Reinforce Healthful Behaviors”

June 2016 Quarterly Meeting Minutes


December 2015 Quarterly Meeting – “Strategies that Support and Reinforce Healthful Behaviors”

December 2015 Quarterly Meeting Minutes

Albuquerque Cardiovascular Disease 2015 Statistics

New Mexico Heart Disease Statistics 2014 American Heart Association


September 2015 Quarterly Meeting – “Health Systems Interventions”

September 2015 Quarterly Meeting Minutes 

Quarterly Meeting 9-15-15 Agenda


June 2015 Quarterly Meeting – First Annual Rural Health Conference Presentations

Native American Rural Health

Preventive Health, Pharmacist Perspective

Food Access in Rural and Frontier Areas

Well Man Care in Rural Settings

The Recruitment and Retention of Providers in Rural Areas

The Hispanic Asthma Network


March 2015 Quarterly Meeting – Community-Clinical Linkages Workshop

Community Clinical Linkages Overview Presentation

Community and Clinical Engagement Initiatives

How a Quality Improvement Approach Can Improve Can Improve Community Clinical Linkages

Meeting Families of Color Where They Live-Thomas

Community-Clinical Linkages Capacity-Building

New Mexico Tumor Registry Overview