Annual Student Hotspotting program now accepting applications

Date
March 9, 2019
A patient holds her baby
July 27, 2022
Supporting pregnant and parenting people who use drugs: A new toolkit and webinar
Everyone deserves access to quality healthcare and social support without the fear of criminalization.
Emily Wasuna, Program Manager for Field Building and Resources; Kyli Rodriguez-Cayro, Content Manager, Overdose Prevention Program at Vital Strategies
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How we talk about individuals in verbal and written form can make or break a medical experience before patients even enter the exam room.
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Shifting the power dynamics in healthcare through COACH
Renee Murray explains the importance of shifting the traditional patient/provider dynamic to allow for more collaborative care planning.
Hannah Mogul-Adlin, Sr. Communications Manager
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Breaking down barriers to colonoscopy access
Providing health education, care coordination, and social support helps alleviate fear and stigma surrounding colorectal cancer screenings.
Hannah Mogul-Adlin, Senior Communications Manager, and Mouy Eng K. Van Galen, Program Manager for Clinical Redesign Initiatives
March 30, 2022
Community collaboration beyond COVID
The COVID Community Ambassadors program is a seed for the future of the public health workforce in Camden.
By Hannah Mogul-Adlin, Senior Communications Manager

By Hanna Pedersen

Are you a health professional student or educator? We’re training the next generation of healthcare providers, researchers, and policymakers in complex care through the Interprofessional Student Hotspotting Learning Collaborative. The Interprofessional Student Hotspotting Learning Collaborative is an annual program that trains interdisciplinary teams of students from schools around the country to apply a patient-centered approach in working with individuals with complex health and social needs. This six-month program will guide interprofessional student teams as they identify and engage high-utilizing patients in their own communities.

Student teams will be supported by one of four regional hubs that operate the Student Hotspotting program for teams within and outside their institutions. In partnership with the Camden Coalition and the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs, each hub is responsible for managing and hosting student teams, and for advancing the field of complex care in their communities. The hub institutions are:

 
Interested participants can apply to the program through our website. The final deadline to apply is May 31, 2019. For additional information, please contact [email protected]. We hope you’ll join the movement!

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