Recording of "More Than Health Care: An NEAETC Series on Improving Quality of Life for People with HIV, HCV, and Substance Use Disorder" on June 16th, 2021.
Over the last year, the More Than Health Care Series has explored the diverse challenges and unique opportunities for patients and providers alike at the intersection of HIV, HCV, and Substance Use. This series capstone included a presentation and panel discussion on the glue that often holds our care continuum together: community health workers. These unique roles can take on many different titles and responsibilities, but all center the patient and the idea of meeting them where they are. Community health workers continue to be imperative in the fight to end these epidemics. The training explored community health workers' critical role and how to effectively deploy and support them in your organizations.
Amy Bositis, RN, MSN Director of Clinical Programs Greater Lawrence Family Health Center
Natasha Vargas, LICSW Clinical Social Worker Boston Health Care for the Homeless
Libby Zobel, LICSW Social Work Consultant
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This recording is not certified for continuing education credits.
A variety of the listed topics will be discussed at this event.