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Narrative Health Podcast

What is Narrative Health?

The Narrative Health Podcast was a limited series where patients, staff, and students shared stories around the Community-University Health Care Center and greater issues in health care. 

Podcast Host: former BA/MD student Amera Hassan, co-created with EmmaLee Pallai.

Ep 1: What is Narrative Health?

In this episode, we introduce Narrative Health to our listeners. With us today are EmmaLee Pallai, and Dr. Cuong Pham to discuss the importance of story.

The Power of a Diagnosis

Ep 2: The Power of a Diagnosis

In this episode, we have a story from a CUHCC patient about how it felt to finally receive a diagnosis after 11 years of waiting.

Health Advocacy

Ep 3: Health Advocacy

In this episode, we have a story about taking health advocacy into your own hands.

Ramadan Revealed: A Community-Based Perspective to Ramadan

Webinar

Speakers: Warda Hussein, Nandini Avula, Aneri Shah

Learning objectives
1. Understand the importance of Ramadan to those who observe and their families 
2. Describe common misconceptions surrounding Ramadan
3. Reflect on how community narratives can help shape medical education 

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Learning Module

The learning module can be found by clicking here

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the main aspects of Ramadan
  • Describe common misconceptions surrounding Ramadan
  • Understand the importance of Ramadan to those who observe and their families 
  • Approach Ramadan from an Islamic perspective and apply it to a practice 

COVID-19 Vaccines Webinar Series

Unpacking Vaccine Hesitancy in the Era of COVID-19

Speakers: Brittany Kimball, MD and Talitha Wilson, MD
Panelist: Will Matchett, PhD
 
Learning Objectives
1. Become aware of historical trauma contributing to vaccine hesitancy
2. Understand common reasons for COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy
3. Develop strategies to address vaccine hesitancy and advocate for vaccination   
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COVID-19 Vaccines Authorized for Emergency Use by FDA

Speaker: Kim Tran, PharmD
Panelist: Emily Evan, PharmD

Today's session will focus on these learning objectives
1. Explain the mechanism behind mRNA vaccine-induced immune response
2. Interpret results from recent vaccine trials leading to Emergency Use Authorization (EUA)
3. Describe similarities and differences between COVID-19 vaccines approved under EUA
4. Discuss administration recommendations and safety monitoring  
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Screening Adverse Childhood Experiences in a Primary Care

Screening Adverse Childhood Experiences in a Primary Care
Presented by Lia Harris, BSN, RN
FNP DNP student at the University of Minnesota

Panelist: Mary O'Donnell, DNP, RN, CNP at CUHCC

Today's session will focus on these learning objectives
1. Gain a deeper knowledge of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs).
2. Recognize how ACEs relate to the importance of screening in a primary care setting.
3. Describe resources available for positive ACEs.

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Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Treatment Updates

Part 1: Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Treatment Updates

Speaker: Emily Evan, PharmD


Today's session will focus on these learning objectives
1. Explain what has changed in the STI treatment guidelines
2. Describe all STI treatment guidelines and screening recommendations
3. Review CUHCC STI treatment protocol and where to find it

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Part 2: HIV Screening, Pre- and Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP & PEP)

Speaker: Emily Evan, Pharm D

 Objectives: Upon completion of the activity, participants should be better able to 

  1. Explain HIV screening recommendations
  2. Identify patients indicated for HIV PrEP and PEP
  3. Summarize appropriate medication options for HIV PrEP and PEP
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Managing Pediatric Obesity in Primary Care

Speaker: Erica Ting, MD

Learning Objectives: 

1. Understand the pathophysiology of obesity as a disease with biopsychosocial drivers. 

2. Develop a framework for the evaluation and treatment of obesity in children and adolescents. 

3. Discuss how CUHCC can more effectively serve and support patients and families in managing excess weight. 

Link to Medication Information

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Introduction to Travel Medicine

 

Speaker: Megan Shaughnessy, MD MS, Medical Director of the International Travel Medicine clinic
 

Learning Objectives:

1.       Understand the important components of a travel medicine visit

2.       Recognize the reasons why travelers who are visiting friends and relatives are at higher risk

3.       Recognize the relevant vaccination and medication considerations for travelers

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Metabolic Monitoring in Patients Taking Antipsychotic Medications

Topic: CUHCC RSS - Metabolic Monitoring in Patients Taking Antipsychotic Medications
Speakers: Emily Evan, PharmD Resident and Ally Taubenheim, RN, BSN, PHN, DNP Candidate 2022

Learning objectives
1. Discuss the recommended metabolic monitoring parameters for patients who take antipsychotic medications
2. Explain the importance of completing this monitoring
3. Discuss residency project results
4. Review three CUHCC patient cases

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