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Stakeholder Health: Book Release Reception at Public Health Institute, 555 12th Street, 10th Floor, Oakland, CA

June 28, 2016 from 5pm to 7pm
This is an opportunity for stakeholders on the West Coast to learn about the Stakeholder Health movement and to begin to identify opportunities for forward-leaning partnerships that fundamentally improve the health and quality of life in communities we serve.See More
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Civic Engagement for Better Health Symposium and Poster at Stanford School of Medicine

June 25, 2016 from 8am to 3pm
The Stanford Center of Excellence in Diversity in Medical Education is pleased to offer a symposium and poster session highlighting multidisciplinary approaches to improving health in our local and surrounding communities. Call for AbstractsThe event will feature oral, poster, and a limited number of video presentations highlighting community health initiatives. Undergraduate, graduate and medical students, physicians and community health organizations are welcome submit abstracts. …See More
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Joint CHPC/CHWA Meeting at The California Endowment Oakland

April 24, 2014 all day
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23rd Annual Stanford University Minority Medical Alliance (SUMMA) Premedical Conference at Stanford School of Medicine

February 8, 2014 from 7am to 5pm
The goal of the conference is to increase diversity in the health professions to better care for underserved communities.There is a fee to attend this conference. Please visit http:/summa.stanford.edu/conference for registration, exhibitor informationSee More
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Joint CHPC/CHWA Meeting at The Crowne Plaza LAX

January 23, 2014 all day
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5th Annual CHPC Conference at The Sheraton Grand

November 14, 2013 at 1pm to November 15, 2013 at 8:30am
Conference Theme: Health Reform Implementation, Healthy Communities, and the Health Workforce PipelineThe California Health Professions Consortium invites you to attend our 5th Annual Statewide Conference. The conference brings together leaders from health pipeline programs and academies, health employers and associations, health professions schools, workforce and economic development, government agencies, private industry and funders. The focus is on coming together in innovative ways to…See More
Nov 18, 2013
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Joint CHPC & CHWA Quarterly Meeting at The California Endowment - Oakland

September 26, 2013 from 9am to 4pm
Agenda: JointCHWA-CHPCQuarterlyMeetingDraftAgenda09-26-13.pdf Breakfast and lunch will be providedSee More
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CHPC Conference

May 12-13, 2016

The Crowne Plaza LAX

The 13th Annual UC Davis Pre-Medical and Pre-Health Professions National Conference “Dedication, Compassion, Innovation: Changing the Future of Healthcare and Research”

 

October 10-11, 2015

UC Davis Pavilion 8:00am - 6:00pm 

 

Full Pre-Health Professions Programming

-Medicine (MD/DO)

-Public Health

-Pharmacy

-Dentistry

-Nursing

-Veterinary Medicine

-Physician Assistant

-PhD & STEM

-Physical and Occupational Therapy

-Optometry

-Chiropractic

-Podiatric Medicine

-Naturopathic Medicine

 

Featuring Deans of Admission from over 500 Health-Professions schools!

Conference will include:

150 Medical Schools

35 Pharmacy Schools

35 Dentistry Schools

35 Nursing Schools

25 Public Health Schools

15 Veterinary Schools

25 Graduate and STEM Schools

15 Physician Assistant Schools

15 Physical and Occupational Therapy Programs

5 Optometry Program

 

Conference Highlights

-Over 25 Deans of Admission Panel and Q&A Sessions

-Over 350 Workshops!

-Interactive Workshops in suture, casting, ultrasound, intubation, and VetMed

-Pre-Health Professions Fair (over 700 Programs Represented)

-Over 15 Health Professions Student Panels

-Inspirational Stories

-World Renown Speakers

-Over 2000 Speakers (Deans of Medical and Health Professions Schools, Physicians, Pharmacists, Dentists, Public Health Professionals, Veterinarians, PAs, Researchers in STEM, Physical and Occupational Therapists, Optometrists, and more!)

-Over 400 Physicians in every specialty

-Poster Session for College and Health Professions students

Registration

Pre-Registration: $25.00, Nov 1, 2014 to December 31, 2014

Early Registration: $35.00, January 1, 2015 to June 30, 2015

Regular Registration: $45.00 July 1, 2015 to August 31, 2015

Late Registration: $55.00 September 1, 2015 to October 9, 2015

At-Door Registration: $60.00 October 10, 2015 to October 11, 2015

Group Registration: $35.00, Nov 1, 2014 to Oct 4, 2015 (min 7 tickets)

 

All Inclusive Packages for $95.00 Registration Deadline: October 4, 2015 (or until sold out)

-Access to All Keynote Sessions

-Access to Over 350 Workshops

-Access to All sessions

-Access to Pre-Health Professions Fair

-Bus Transportation from:

UCSD, UC Riverside, UC Irvine, UCLA, USC, Mt. Sac, UC Merced, Fresno State, Stanford, UC Berkeley, UC Santa Cruz, UC Santa Barbara, and U of Oregon. Available and open to EVERYONE

 

Limited Fee Waivers & Free Housing Available

 

For More Information and Registration, please visit:

http://www.UCDPreHealth.org 

This conference has sold out the last 12 years, so register early!

 

 

 

 

 

PowerPoints

08/27/15 Joint Meeting

15_08_27CHWA_CHPCACAReform.pdf

SpetzHWAmeeting2015-08-27Oakland.pdf

CHWACHPC08262015CINHC.pdf

CaHealthProfessionsLinkedLearning.pdf

05/15/15 Joint Meeting

Andrea Perry Cedars Sinai 05-15-15.pdf

Building CA 27s Future Health Workforce Updated 05-15-15 TCE Beatriz Solis.pdf

Linda Onstad Adkins PP Foundation.pdf

Presentation re OSHPD Priorities 05-15-2015.final Lupe Alonzo Diaz.pdf

Rady Children Hospital Cheri Fidler 05-15-15.pdf

1.0 LMSA History of Medicine in CA 2015.pdf

1.0 LMSA History of Medicine in CA 2015 (2).pdf

1.0 LMSA History of Medicine in CA 2015 (3).pdf

1.0 LMSA History of Medicine in CA 2015(4).pdf

1.0 LMSA History of Medicine in CA 2015 (5).pdf

1.0 LMSA History of Medicine in CA 2015 (6).pdf

2.0 LMSA History of Medicine in CA 2015 (1).pdf

2.0 LMSA History of Medicine in CA 2015 (2).pdf

2.0 LMSA History of Medicine in CA 2015 (3).pdf

2.0 LMSA History of Medicine in CA 2015 (4).pdf

 

02/05/15 Joint Meeting

CHPCpathwayoverviewjo215.pdf

Pathway Classification 02-05-15.pdf

 

2014 CHPC Conference Powerpoints

CVEP_WE_powerpoint_CHPC_oct2014.pdf

GBACollab_CHPC_10-30-14 KMayer.pdf

Race-Based Leadership Training_CDC CUPS2.pdf

 

09/04/14 Joint Meeting

Flores H Pipeline 09-04-2014.pdf

Presentation re OSHPD Priorities 09-04-2014.pdf

NELP - Healthcare Report

Full Report: http://www.nelp.org/page/-/SCLP/2014/Healthy-Balance-Full-Report.pdf

Executive Summary: http://www.nelp.org/page/-/SCLP/2014/Healthy-Balance-Executive-Summary.pdf?nocdn=1

2013 CHPC Conference PowerPoint Presentations

Ada Boone Hoerl CHPC 11-14-13.pdf

CCEPD_Meeting Employer Demand-Health Workforce Trends and Federal Regulatory Opportunities.pdf

CHPC_Kimberly Mayer_11.15.13.pdf

Elena Rios Healthcare Workforce after the ACA Law.pdf

Jackie Cruz CHP presentation.pdf

Lupe Alonzo Diaz Presentation re HCW to CHPC Conference 11-14-2013%20Lupe.pdf

BMoC Health Workforce Presentation_CHPC Conference_vFINAL.pdf

PHDreamers CHPC Conference.pdf

  

2012 CHPC Conference PowerPoint Presentations

Collective Impact Backbones_CHPC_Oct 21.pdf

Collective Impact Presentation_FSG_Oct 21.pdf

Education is Economic Development CHPC.pdf

Fenton Communication CLEAN CHPCOCT2012.pdf

Partnering with K-12 PG.pdf

Partners Healthcare MJ.pdf

Social Solutions Matt Schubert.pdf

 

Quarterly Convening PowerPoints

ACHPP 09-26-13.pdf

OSHPD Role Lupe Alonzo Diaz 06-24-2013 FINAL.pdf

JPAC 2013 Themes legislation and process moving forward 06-24-13.pdf

Future of Nursing Mary Dickow_6_24_13.pdf

BSCF CHW Statewide Assessment Preliminary Findings and Recommendations 06-24-13.pdf

Inland Coalition CHPC Presentation March 14 2013.pdf

Berkeley Distinguished Leadership Lecture Mar 14 2013.pdf

UCSD CHPC 5-17-2012 Meeting.pdf

UC Health Science System C.Nation_FNL REVISED 05-17-12.pdf

California Regional Workforce Funders Collaboratives Innovation 02-23-12.pdf 

Workforce Brian Hansen 02-23-12.pdf

 

Events

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Rural Pipeline programs? 1 Reply

Interested in programs focused in rural areas that target high school and middle school students. Are there any good models out there?

Started by Rachel Kradin. Last reply by Lita Wallach Jun 20, 2011.

High school med/nursing pathways--Seeking dialogue and ideas 3 Replies

Gentlepersons--Just a thought here concerning opening a dialogue about pathways.  What are YOU doing?  How is it going?  Success stories?  Cautionary tales?  Ideas?  How about A to G UC credit?  I am…Continue

Started by Dr. Gene Poole. Last reply by Lita Wallach May 29, 2011.

Media Release-First-Ever California Human Development Report, A Protrait of California 1 Reply

For Immediate Release: May 17, 2011First-Ever California Human Development Report, A Portrait of California, Reveals Californians Experience the Nation’s Highest—and Lowest—Levels of Well-Being,…Continue

Started by SUE WRIGHT. Last reply by Lita Wallach May 29, 2011.

Alameda County Health Pipeline Partnership (ACHPP): Young Men of Color Focus Group 4 Replies

The fact that males of color are underrepresented in health professions is an ever pervasive message that those of us involved in pipeline programs and health workforce diversity efforts hear and…Continue

Tags: workforce, men, underrepresentation, minority, disparities

Started by Alameda County Health Pipeline. Last reply by Heather MacDonald-Fine Mar 28, 2011.

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A crazy idea, perhaps, but here goes...

Gentlepersons--My very best to all of you!

 

Might I respectfully suggest weekend meetings for this organization?  As an educator, especially one with students doing rotations around a major hospital, mid-week meetings mean hiring a substitute (not that one is available in my case) and leaving town in the middle of many ongoing activities.

 

I would be delighted to attend a Saturday afternoon meeting womewhere, with or without fancier meals and such, and might be…

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Posted by Dr. Gene Poole on July 8, 2011 at 9:08am

Critical need for culturally responsive health care

Hope this is a helpful resource for everyone:

 

http://www.contracostatimes.com/opinion/ci_18248595?nclick_check=1

 

Critical need for culturally responsive health care

By Jinyoung Chun

Guest Commentary

Posted: 06/10/2011 04:00:00 PM PDT

Updated: 06/10/2011 04:39:40 PM PDT



IMAGINE THAT you have multiple…

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Posted by Tamara Murray on June 13, 2011 at 3:44pm

Resource: LCHC op-ed on Latinos and culturally competent healthcare

Wanted to make sure everyone in the Consortium saw this op-ed from Latino Coalition for a Health California's Chad Silva that ran in Capitol Weekly. Please share it widely and feel free to use it as a resource or entry-point to talk about the importance of cultural competency.

 

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Posted by Tamara Murray on May 5, 2011 at 10:31am

Nutrition Education Success Story

Recently the Model Neighborhood Program partnered with People's Grocery in West Oakland.  People's Grocery was already at the Alameda County Medical Center through the initiative of Michele Bunker-Alberts, NP and Dr. Savio in the Maternal Child Health Department.  Staff could purchase weekly Grub Boxes (think local organic produce) and pick them up at work.  The instigators of the ACMC Grub Box program wanted to do more with People's… Continue

Posted by Heather MacDonald-Fine on March 3, 2011 at 11:00am

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