Event Description


Building Capacity to Address the Social Determinants of Health in HIV Prevention and Care: Lessons Learned from Real-World Implementation in Health Departments

Date
1/17/2019
Duration
1.5 hours
Status
Open
Cost
FREE
Credit Hours
None

This webinar provides an introduction to the new Social Determinants of Health (SDH) Resource Guide “Addressing Social Determinants of Health in HIV Prevention, Treatment, and Care: Lessons Learned from Real-World Implementation” for health departments.  During the webinar, we will outline the SDH Resource Guide and provide examples of how to use this guide in a training environment.  Case studies from the guide will be used to discuss what real-world implementation of SDH looks like in health departments and how we can build the capacity of providers to comprehensively and systemically address social determinants of health in the field of HIV prevention and care.  

January 17, 2019-2:00 PM EST/ 11:00 AM PST

Log in information will be sent prior to the webinar

Objectives:

By the end of the webinar participants will:

  • Outline a framework for approaching SDH.
  • Describe how to effectively use the SDH Guide in training and technical assistance (TA) activities.
  • Analyze case studies using a shared template.
  • Identify potential challenges in TA and training around SDH.


This webinar is focused on health departments, with the following two webinars focused on community-based organizations and healthcare organizations.  

Jan 24: Building Capacity to Address the Social Determinants of Health in HIV Prevention and Care: Lessons Learned from Real-World Implementation in Community-Based Organizations

 Feb 7: Building Capacity to Address the Social Determinants of Health in HIV Prevention and Care: Lessons Learned from Real-World Implementation in Healthcare Organizations.

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