September 14, 2023, 8:30am – 3:30pm Central
The information in this workshop has been refreshed with new data, talking points and information. Health issues are prevalent in poverty and result in huge costs for communities, states, and the nation. How can providers examine the cost of living in poverty to improve healthcare initiatives?
This continuum of policy and practice improves health among people living in poverty by addressing both individual patient care and population health.
Research links overall health to economic stability, education, affordable housing, and food security. To increase overall health, this workshop integrates learning tasks, direct teaching, videos, and group dialogue.
Based on the growing body of health inequities research, Bridges to Health and Healthcare dovetails with Bridges Out of Poverty concepts and includes an overview of Bridges ideas and tools.
Please note that if you are registering within five business days of this event, you will be charged for expedited shipping of the training materials. Please contact Gail Gibson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (281) 502-3006 to provide payment information for the expedited shipping.
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