Friday, October 4th
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM : Registration/ Check-in/ Continental Breakfast
8:00 AM - 8:15 AM : Welcome and opening remarks, HL Heroes Recognition
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM : Keynote Session, Kristin Brown, Brady United
9:15 AM -9:30 AM: Break
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM: Breakout Sessions
Social Determinants of Health & The Effects of Institutional Racism
Speaker: Mark Alain Dery, DO, MPH, FACOI
Cross Collaboration for Better Health Outcomes
Speakers: Elizabeth Lutz, Health Collaborative and Phil Becket, Health Access San Antonio
Trauma Informed Care
Presenter: Communities In Schools
Description: Review the definition of trauma and learn what it means to be trauma informed; how trauma affects the brain and the importance of attachment. Participants will be introduced to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s) and gain tools to create a trauma informed classroom. This course is taught by a Licensed Master Social Worker.
40 Developmental Assets- Communities in Schools
Presenter: Communities in Schools of San Antonio
Description: Participants will learn ideas on how each of us can contribute to the health and well-being of our children and youth. Instructors for this course have been trained through the Search Institute
10:45 AM - 11:45 PM : Breakout Sessions
Speakers: Leroy Garcia, Jr., Recovery Support Peer Specialist and Cynthia Bailey, Peer Recovery Coach, SACADA.
This training will cover the incidence of substance use disorders (from the Surgeon General’s Report in 2016), definition and background of substance use disorders, definition of stigma and how stigma affects persons with substance use disorders and why language matters. Attendees will understand the prevalence of substance use disorders, will be able to define substance use disorders and stigma, verbalize how stigma affects persons with substance use disorders and why language matters when talking about substance use disorders
Health Literacy Training among Health Professions Students: Implications for Health Care and Patient Safety
Speaker: Erin Carlson, DrPH
Description: Nearly 60% of older adults have low health literacy. Communicating with older adults so they can understand and act upon health information is important to health outcomes. Learn about an innovative University of North Texas Health Science Center’s Center for Geriatrics program partnering with community organizations to deliver collaborative training approaches for providers to enhance their communication with older adults.
Trust-Based Relational Intervention-Caregiver Training® (TBRI)
Presenter: Communities in Schools
Learn about an attachment-based, trauma informed care model that was developed by two developmental psychologists studying high risk children. TBRI® uses empowering principles to address physical needs, Connecting principles for attachment needs, and correcting principles to disarm fear-based behaviors. This course is taught by a TBRI Practitioner trained through the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development at Texas Christian University.
CHW Skill Building
Guadalupe Cornejo, NW Vista College
This session will include information on the importance of documentation in order to improve and patient care.
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM: Networking Lunch, Exhibits, Poster Session
Join us for lunch in the courtyard and engage with colleagues, service providers, or take a walk through the hotel grounds and practice self-care.
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM : Breakout Sessions
Control vs. Rescue: Reducing Asthma-Related Preventable Harm
Speaker: Leslie Allsopp, MSN, MPH & Teresa Wagner, DrPH, MS, CPH, RD/LD, CHWI
Asthma 411 is a comprehensive, science-based program that encourages overall asthma prevention but also helps children control their asthma at school. This helps reduce Emergency Room visits and school absences. At the same time, the program trains school nurses to respond fast when a child has trouble breathing. This training provides plain language instruction that nurses can communicate to children, families and school employees to build a culture of safety for children with asthma.
Cognitive Behavioral Techniques for Student Support
Presenter: Communities In Schools
Participants will be given an overview of cognitive behavioral therapy and techniques to provide individual supportive guidance to students in a school setting. Topics include: bullying, negative classroom behavior, academic support, and dealing with stress. This course is taught by a Licensed Professional Counselor.
Alcohol Consumption Among Older Adults: Why Health Literacy Matters
Presenter: Caroline Bergeron, DrPh, MSc, CHES
Description: Do you drink alcohol? Have you ever wondered what is true or false about the health information you hear about alcohol? Come join us for an exciting international comparative discussion about health and alcohol consumption in the US and in Canada. Learn about low risk drinking guidelines and new guidelines developed specifically for older adults who drink. Find out how health literacy is a crucial tool for alcohol use prevention specifically among older adults.
Story Telling’s Role in Health
Presenter: Gregg Cassin
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM: Plenary Session
Addressing Systemic Health Literacy as a Patient Safety Issue through a Grassroots Collaborative
Panel: Teresa Wagner, DrPH, MS, CPH, RD/LD, CHWI - UNT Health Science Center/SaferCare Texas; Brennan Lewis, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC/AC, PCNS-BC Children's Health; Tracy Adame, BSN, RN - Medical City Health; Carol Howe, PhD, RN, CDE - Texas Christian University
In a research study over the last year, Dr. Wagner, Health Literacy expert at SaferCare Texas, lead a team who talked with new moms, maternity nurses and community health workers for their insights into new mothers’ educational needs and the cultural appropriateness of health materials typically provided upon maternal discharge from the hospital. This resulted in new brochures – simplified and presented in easily-understandable terms versus “medical speak" and informed an online symptom checker called “What About Mom?” where new moms can learn in simple terms about potential health warning signs and actions to take that could potentially save their own lives.
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM: State of Health: Key Results of the Texas Legislative Session
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM: Closing Remarks - Conference 2020 and Door Prizes