From Health Outreach Partners:


AgWorker Health 102: Supporting Agricultural Worker Health
Health Centers serving the agricultural worker community are adept at addressing the unique needs of agricultural worker patients and families by developing innovative and strategic models of service delivery. Even with the recent national pandemic, health centers across the country have shown their ability to quickly adapt to meet the new and expanding needs of their agricultural worker patients as traditional barriers to care have been exacerbated with COVID-19. In this session, faculty will share information on the most relevant current agricultural worker policy issues. We will also explore effective service delivery models that include adaptations due to COVID-19. Finally, faculty will highlight training and technical assistance (T/TA) opportunities, resources, and promising practices to help support health center staff in the implementation of service delivery changes and adaptations when serving agricultural workers. This session is developed and presented by the Farmworker Health Network, a six-member network of organizations with decades of experience working with health centers to address agricultural worker health needs.

Jun 2, 2022 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)