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Seattle Center - Shaw Room, from Sep 26, 2013 08:30 AM to Sep 26, 2013 04:30 PM
Research has shown a bidirectional link between depression, diabetes, and coronary heart disease. Only 50% of patients with depression and these illnessses have their depression accurately diagnosed in primary care. TEAMcare is an effective, comprehensive care program that improves disease outcomes for depression, diabetes, and coronary heart disease simultaneously. TEAMcare is designed to align with patient-centered medical home and accountable care organization initiatives, addressing multiple medical and mental health conditions simultaneously--which helps organizations to meet the 2011 NCQA requirements.
Seattle Center - Shaw Room, from Sep 19, 2013 08:30 AM to Sep 19, 2013 04:30 PM
Motivational Interviewing (MI) uses a person-centered approach that helps people to prepare for change by looking at and resolving their ambivalence about it. MI was developed by Bill Miller and Steve Rollnick in their book, Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change. Over 200 randomized, controlled trials of MI have been conducted for multiple behaviors. Overall, MI seems to work as well as comparison treatments for these behaviors, but in less time.
First United Methodist Church of Tacoma - 621 Tacoma Ave S Tacoma 98402 , from Jun 27, 2013 09:00 AM to Jun 27, 2013 04:30 PM
Are you motivated to live your healthiest life and help others do the same? Do you have good listening and communication skills? Do you want to assist people to feel more in control and build their self-confidence? Do you want to help folks with chronic conditions manage their lives through positive role modeling and facilitate chronic disease self management workshops in your area? If you answered yes to any of the questions above, please consider becoming a volunteer facilitator or Lay Leader for the Living Well with Chronic Conditions workshops. Workshops are made up of 6 sessions, held once a week for 2 ½ hours per session. Facilitator or Lay Leader training was developed by the Stanford University Patient Education Research Center. You are invited to participate in the four day training. The minimum requirements: 1) you must complete the full 4-day training to become certified as a Lay Leader and 2) you agree to help facilitate a minimum of two, six week workshops per year to maintain your certification. Lay Leaders work in teams of two, so consider attending with a friend. It is strongly recommended that Lay Leaders are individuals living with a chronic condition and be a peer leader, rather than a health or social service professional. It is also very helpful if interested individuals have attended a Chronic Disease Self-Management Program workshop as a participant prior to attending the Lay Leader training.
4712 35th Ave South, Seattle, WA 98118, from Jun 24, 2013 09:00 AM to Jun 24, 2013 05:00 PM
A one day training on the 2013 CDSMP changes.