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The 2019 Minority Health Conference was titled Uniting Practice and Partnerships to Achieve Health Equity and was held at the Holthus Convention Center in York, NE on April 17.
The conference participants included community health workers, physicians, nurses, other healthcare providers, public health personnel, administrators, and other professionals who are involved or interested in improving minority health and advancing health equity. Breakout track titles are:
Presentations are listed by the breakout session and speaker name. Handouts are included.
Welcome Slides - Slides displayed before the conference began
Welcome and SHIP Presentation. Josie Rodriguez, Overview of the Nebraska State Health Improvement Plan Health Equity Priority
Keynote Speaker1. Deborah Fournier, Strengthening Clinical to Community Connections: A Cross-Sector Movement to Improve Health Outcomes to Advance Health Equity. Handout1.
Keynote Speaker2. Rodrigo Monterrey, Implementing CLAS for Continuous Quality Improvement. Handout1. Handout2.
Keynote Speaker3. Edward Ehlinger, Creating the Conditions in which all People can be Healthy and Thrive
Leveraging Innovation1. Priyanka Surio, Building an Informatics-Savvy Public Health Infrastructure
Leveraging Innovation2. Melissa Lewis, ASTHO President's Challenge: Building Healthy and Resilient Communities. Handout
Leveraging Innovation3. Kathy Karsting/Gina Uhing/Patty Falcone/Joanna Barrera, Transforming Teams to Impact Health: The Community Health Worker (Power Point presentation was not included.) Handout
Delivering High Quality1. Patrik Johansson, Barriers and Opportunities for Promoting Health Professional Careers among African Americans and Latinos in the Midwest
Delivering High Quality2. Kathy Karsting, The Role of CHWs in Addressing Maternal and Child Health Priorities in Nebraska
Delivering High Quality3. Jessica Seberger, Tips and Tricks to Practicing Data-Driven Decision Making. Handout
Increasing Quality1. Courtney Parks/Hollyanne Fricke, Food Insecurity Among Rural Cancer Survivors
Increasing Quality2. Sarah Henrichs, Medical Care for Individuals with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities
Increasing Quality3. Karen Bell-Dancy, The Intersection of Race, Ethnicity and Healthcare
Bridging Gaps1. Carmen Chinchilla, Creating Alliances for a Health Community. Handout
Bridging Gaps2. Corstella Johnson, Adult Immunization within Indian Country: An Immunization Outreach Effort
Bridging Gaps3. Christian Minter, Responding to Multilingual Health Information Needs in Your Community
For additional conference information or questions, contact the office at (402) 471-0152.
P.O. Box 95026
Lincoln, NE 68509-5026