Working Side-By-Side With The Community
Practice-based research networks have long served a sentinel function, reporting on issues, symptoms, diseases, and their incidence from the field.
In these tough times, SNOCAP and Practice Innovation Program Colorado have been gathering information about how equipped practices are state-wide to addressing and respond to COVID-19.
We’ve been asking:
So far, we’ve received open, honest, and genuine responses and are so grateful to all who have participated.
With your help we are also addressing the issues and needs from a community perspective by sharing resources and creating a YouTube series on commonly asked questions and essential community needs.
Please share with us your thoughts and ideas. Or maybe you want to tell us your own story of how you’re weathering the storm.
Send your feedback and questions to: Mary Fisher - SNOCAP Network Manager
Stories from the field - from your colleagues facing and dealing with the new frontier of challenges brought to us by the COVID-19 pandemic. Lessons learned and successes found amidst an ever-changing landscape.
Click on the links below to access the resource guides.
Maintaining Community Connections & Relationships During the COVID-19 Crisis
The COVID-19 virus has impacted our global health, economy and way of life. Living in a time of uncertainty can feel overwhelming. This virtual forum brings folks together from academia and community to discuss how we can support one another during this pandemic. Watch the recording to hear about current ways communities are tackling this crisis, solutions you can adopt for your community, and connect with like-minded individuals.
What can systems thinking and methods teach us about community health?
The case of COVID-19
Dave Zelinka, PhD, EIT
Download the Powerpoint Presentation
Systems Thinking & Methods for Community Health - COVID19
Patient and Community Questions: Colorado COVID-19 Response
We will be posting videos regularly (1-2 week for the foreseeable future), so be sure to keep checking back to learn more. After you watch, we'd love to know:
Send your feedback and questions to: Mary Fisher, SNOCAP Network Manager.
Sign up for this valuable webinar series presented every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday - in collaboration with ECHO (Extension for Health Outcomes) Colorado.
We have been compiling a resource document that pulls together practice and community resources both from a state and national level.
If you have resources you would like others to know about, please send those to Mary Fisher, and we will be sure to get those added.
Vice Chair, Community
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