Clinical Workforce Development Training, Technical Assistance, and Learning Collaboratives for FQHCs
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Community Health Center, Inc., Weitzman Institute
The Weitzman Institute provides training, technical
assistance, and learning collaboratives for Federally
Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and FQHC look-alikes.
Assistance will come in the form of:
- National webinars
- Activity sessions for groups of health centers that
include guidance and consulting on specific topics
related to FQHCs' objectives
- Learning collaboratives with intensive coaching
designed to efficiently move participating FQHC's from
planning to implementation of replicable models
Priority areas include:
- Developing highly trained clinical care teams that
will increase access to comprehensive primary care
- Responding to the
government's plan for ending the HIV epidemic by
addressing the emerging issue of HIV prevention
- Developing sustainable models for health professions
- Establishing postgraduate residency and fellowship
- Enhancing and advancing a model of high performing
team based care in FQHCs
In 2021-2022, a new learning collaborative on HIV
prevention is being offered to help health centers
strengthen their HIV prevention efforts. 10-12 primary
care teams may participate in the collaborative, which
will run from February 2022 to June 2022.
FQHCs and FQHC look-alikes are eligible to apply.
Amount of funding
Assistance will be provided at no cost.
online application. Selected applicants will be
invited to do finalist interviews.
Currently, the learning collaborative common application
is only open for the HIV prevention learning
collaborative, with a deadline of January 14, 2022.
Access · Care coordination · Federally Qualified Health Centers · Graduate medical education · HIV and AIDS · Health workforce education and training · Interprofessional training of the health workforce · Networking and collaboration · Primary care · Sustainability of programs
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