Workshop Session 3
Tuesday, April 28th
The Power of Terminology in Health Disparities Education: Determinants or Contributors?
Kara McGee, DMS, PA-C, MSPH, AAHIVS, Schenita Randolph, PhD, MPH, RN, CNE, AnnMarie Walton, PhD, MPH, RN, OCN, CHES
- Recognize how SDOH terminology impacts health professions’ experiences.
2. Consider how SDOH terminology impacts communities that experience health disparities.
3. Generate ideas for refining social determinants.
Using the Medical-Legal Partnership Model to Teach Law as a Social Determinant of Health
Vicki Girard, JD and Eileen Moore, MD
- Explain why law is a SDOH.
- Describe the MLP model and what it means to integrate lawyers into a healthcare team.
- Identify at least 3 SDOH needs that may benefit from legal advocacy.
- Assess whether patients in their own practices would benefit from an MLP.
- Advocate for the expansion of holistic healthcare to include access to justice.
Social Workers Vital Role in Helping Patients to Manage the Social Determinants of Health
Pamela Lynch, MSW, LISW-S
- Recognize the critical role of Social Workers as experts on SDOH.
- Describe the Model for Social Work Practice in Primary Care.
- Discuss curriculum used in the Center for Outpatient Education, SDOH domain.
- Discuss efforts toward evaluation of the SDOH.
- Apply the Model to patient care situations and settings.
Addressing treatment of substance use disorder in underserved populations by integrating addiction medicine curriculum into Family Medicine Residency training
Daniel Berg, MD, Hanna Xu, MD, Andrew G. Birkhead, MD, Melissa Palma, MD, James Raspanti, DO
- Better appreciate the epidemiology of substance use disorder and uneven access to treatment.
- Leave with knowledge of common sequelae of substance use disorder so the participants can develop clinic specific screening tools and treatment plans for patients with substance use disorder.
- Have the tools in place to design and integrate addiction medicine into a primary care clinic and residency program by evaluating an exemplar of integration of addiction medicine into a residency curriculum.
- Describe the interdisciplinary components necessary to integrate addiction medicine into primary care clinic.
- Evaluate current and needed resources to successfully implement an addiction medicine curriculum into the current clinical and educational workflow.