Upcoming 4-Part Workshop Series: COVID-19 Peer Learning and Support for Community Health Workers
Starting April 27, open to ME, NH, VT CHWs only! Limited to 45
This is a 4-Part Online Workshop Series purposed to help Community Health Workers learn from and support each other to improve resilience, address burnout, and build ways to better support CHWs and their communities. This workshop series is only available to Community Health Workers from Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. Enrollment is capped at 45 registrants.
Part 1: Resiliency and Thriving in the age of COVID19 – Peer Learning and Support
Date: Monday April 27, 12pm-1:30pm ET
Part 2: Addressing Burnout: Peer Learning & Support for CHWs
Date: Thursday May 14, 12pm-1.30pm ET
Part 3: National Perspective on CHW Model During Crisis, What Changes Can We Envision?
Date: Tuesday May 26, 12pm-1:30pm ET
Part 4: Using the Research Lens: Thematic Analysis of the CHW Peer Learning Sessions
Date: Tuesday June 16, 12pm-1.30 pm ET
If you are a Community Health Workers from Maine, New Hampshire or Vermont, then we invite you to learn more and register below.
*If you know other Community Health Workers in your state or want to forward this information along, please forward the flyer (attached to this email) or send them this registration link https://www.nephtc.org/enrol/index.php?id=145
Enrollment support: [email protected]
Program questions: Karla Todd, [email protected]
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