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National Center for Farmworker Health Learning Collaboratives

Sponsor
National Center for Farmworker Health
Deadlines
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
Contact

512.312.2700
Online contact form

Purpose

The National Center for Farmworker Health hosts learning collaboratives (LCs) that allow Health Centers to study and apply quality improvement methodology to a focused topic.

Current learning collaboratives include:

  • Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) Learning Collaborative: This learning group assists health centers in providing culturally and linguistically appropriate services in order to advance health equity, improve quality, and eliminate health care disparities. This LC offers tools to assess health center needs around CLAS and guidance in developing an implementation plan.
  • Increase Access to Care (IAC) Learning Collaborative: This learning group's focus is to increase access to care for Agriculture workers and their families through sharing of knowledge, tools, and resources. Health centers participate in quarterly network calls, and receive training and support to accurately identify and report Ag workers and their families.
  • Language Access Learning Collaborative: This learning group explores Language Access Programs (LAP) and tools that enhance delivery of care to patient populations.
Eligibility

Participants typically include staff members from:

  • Primary Care Associations (PCAs)
  • Health Care Controlled Networks (HCCNs)
  • Health Centers (HCs)
Geographic coverage
Nationwide
Amount of funding
There is no cost for participation.
Application process

Contact the staff member associated with the desired Learning Collaborative:

  • Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) Learning Collaborative:
    Patricia Horton
    horton@ncfh.org
    512.312.5466
  • Increase Access to Care (IAC) Learning Collaborative: This :
    Lisa Miller
    miller@ncfh.org
    512.312.5451
  • Language Access Learning Collaborative:
    Gladys Carrillo
    carrillo@ncfh.org
    512.312.5456
Tagged as
Access · Agricultural health and safety · Cultural competency · Families · Farmers and farmworkers · Health disparities · Health workforce education and training · Healthcare facilities · Healthcare quality · Limited English proficient



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