OPCWI Preceptor Development Summit
Please join the Primary Care Workforce team at OACHC for our Preceptor Development Training. This training is for preceptors who will be in direct connection with Federally Qualified Health Centers as part of the Ohio Primary Care Workforce Initiative and we are extending this training to providers that precept in other health care sites across Ohio and beyond. .
- Understand the patterns of living of generational poverty and that situational & generational poverty are not the same
- Understand how language delays deters success for many clients
- Assess the agencies’ ability to respond favorably to those in poverty
- Learn useful strategies in assisting clients of poverty
- Be provided with a description of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Public Health Nurse Leaders Core Determinants of Health Screening Tool
- Provide a replicable, standardized process for addressing clients’ CDHs across health care systems.
- Improve student patient presentation
- Create a student centered learning environment
- Understand how SNAPPS helps students identify clinical uncertainties
- Be able to promote the development of clinical reasoning
- Understand how to increase the number of differential diagnoses
Up to 4 hours of Behavioral Health credit hours have been approved for this training.
Up to 4 hours of CME credit will be available pending approval
This Live activity has been reviewed by The Ohio State Dental Board and American Academy of Family Physicians and been approved for up to 4 Dental Continuing Education hours (CDEs) for this training. The number of continuing education credits for each educational session is equal to 1.5 CE.
Nancie M. Bechtel, MPH, BSN, RN, EMT
Assistant Health Commissioner/Chief Nursing Officer
Columbus Public Health
Alexandria (Alex) Jones, RN, MS
RWJF Public Health Nurse Leader, Assistant Health Commissioner and Director of Prevention and Wellness
Franklin County Public Health
Marie Meckel M.S ,PA-C, MPH, Masters in Medical Education
Bay Path University
Julie Miller, RN, MSN
Knox County Health Department
Terry Wolpaw, MD, MPHE
Vice Dean for Educational Affairs
Penn State University College of Medicine