Health Aide Continuing Ed Series

September 12th, 2020 by sdpatraw

This series of online trainings was developed specifically for Alaska’s Health Aides – Behavioral Health, Dental Health, and Community Health. Each session is aimed to build on current knowledge and skills, while providing information and skills necessary to be a member of an interprofessional team of healthcare workers. Each webinar will be 90-120 minutes in length, with the full series taking place over the course of eight weeks via the Zoom online meeting platform. Fee: $20 per session, all sessions …

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ANTHC CHAP is pleased to announce a new formal process for addressing end user comments and suggestions in a timely fashion and completing CHAM content revision.  Please see the flowsheet below that outlines the entire process.  Please send all communications about CHAM concerns/suggestions/changes through the Contact Us system by highlighting within the eCHAM or by emailing us at echam@anthc.org by using the “Contact” at the upper right corner of the eCHAM screen.  Please do not send additional emails or messages …

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ANTHC will be sponsoring a weekly Web based series starting in October and running through November. It will be held every Friday from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM weekly and is intended to increase the level of service that Behavioral Health Aides, Dental Health Aides and Community Health Aides provide to their rural communities. Registration opportunities coming soon.

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COVID-19

May 8th, 2020 by jbragg

As you likely know by now the pandemic has reached the corners of the globe. Do you feel like you are ill-prepared? We here at ANTHC CHAP are here to help. We are hosting a weekly COVID-19 presentation on Wednesdays from 12:10 PM to 1:00 PM with varying topics related to COVID-19. Interested? For more info or topic suggestions email :CHAPCOVID-19weeklyupdates@anthc.org Helpful Links for COVID-19 information: Center For Disease Control (CDC) COVID-19 site University of Minnesota Center for Infectious Disease …

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