Primary Care Providers Capitalizing on Behavioral Skills for Pain Management
Wednesday, November 6, 2019 | 1:00-2:00 pm ET
In the United States, chronic pain is more prevalent than cancer, diabetes, and heart disease combined.
Join this free webinar on actionable skills any primary care team member can use to address chronic pain management. Leading experts in bio-behavioral treatment will discuss:
- Behavioral principles for addressing chronic pain within primary care
- Tools to improve clinical discussions about pain
- Supporting a biopsychosocial model of pain management
- Examples of behavioral strategies and how they can be deployed in primary care
- Case examples including addressing opioids in the context of chronic pain
- And more!
Andrew Philip, PhD
Senior Director of Clinical and Population Health, Primary Care Development Corporation
Neftali Serrano, PsyD
Executive Director, Collaborative Family Healthcare Association
Jennifer L. Murphy, PhD
Dr. Murphy serves as the lead manual author, master trainer, and subject matter expert for the Department of Veterans Affairs Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain (CBT-CP) treatment initiative. She is co-investigator on numerous funded research trials focusing on applications and outcomes of CBT-CP, including its use as a treatment aid for those tapering from opioid analgesics. She is on the editorial board of Pain Medicine and frequently speaks on the role of nonpharmacological treatments for chronic pain.
W. Michael Hooten, MD
Dr. Hooten serves as Professor of Anesthesiology at the Mayo Clinic. He is author or co-author of more than 80 peer-reviewed scientific publications. In addition to his role at Mayo Clinic Proceedings, he is Section Co-Editor for the journal Pain Medicine and Associate Editor for Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine. Dr Hooten has served in various leadership capacities for the American Academy of Pain Medicine, American Society of Anesthesiologists, and the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine. Most recently, he accepted a Director-at-Large position on the Board of Directors for the American Academy of Pain Medicine.
Marketing Strategies for Sustainable Client Recruitment and HIV Services
Thursday, October 31, 2019 | 2:30-4:00 pm ET
Be part of an opportunity to help shape how your organization approaches and creates marketing strategies in the years to come! Via a dynamic panel discussion, participants in this free webinar will learn marketing skills that support long-term success and viability of their ASO/CBO’s mission.
Experts in HIV service delivery, health promotion, and infrastructure development will share lessons learned, outreach strategies, and ways to improve recruitment and retention of clients. Throughout the webinar, attendees will be invited to submit questions which will be collaboratively answered through each panelist’s lens of expertise.
Join this interactive webinar and experience a unique and empowering opportunity to gain valuable skills and knowledge of multi-faceted marketing perspectives to support organizational sustainability.
This webinar is intended for Ryan White providers and other HIV care, treatment, and prevention service providers.
The Primary Care Development Corporation’s (PCDC) HRSA-funded Sustainable Strategies for Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) Community Organizations project is hosting this free webinar.
Have specific marketing questions for your ASO/CBO or need a deeper dive on a particular webinar topic? Please join us on Thursday, November 7 at 2:30 EST for office hours with our webinar marketing experts. The office hours link will be provided after completing the webinar.
Senior Project Manager, High Impact Prevention (HIP) in Health Care, Primary Care Development Corporation
Kristin Potterbusch, MPH
Program Director, National TA & Training Center for Ryan White Sustainable Strategies, Primary Care Development Corporation
Outreach Specialist, Association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans
Health & Wellness Marketing Associate, Smith & Associates
This webinar is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under Grant U69HA30790 (National Training and Technical Assistance, total award $875,000). This information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government.