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Monkeypox Bootcamp ECHO Series

September 6, 2022

Monkeypox is a typically rare viral infection that is spread through close contact. The White House declared Monkeypox a Public Health Emergency in August, as the number of cases across the US and other countries continues to increase. In Colorado, the number and geographic spread of Monkeypox has increased since the first case was reported in May 2022. Based on the best currently available data, Monkeypox will continue to be a public health concern for the immediate future. Healthcare providers need public health and clinical information to help prevent, diagnosis and treat Monkeypox cases in the ambulatory and inpatient setting.
This series will include two, weekly, hour-long sessions. Each session will include didactic presentations and case study review, along with participant Q&A. 
Colorado health care providers (MD, DO, APP, RN, etc.) and administrators who care for patients in the primary care or hospital setting and are likely to care for patients with Monkeypox

Two weekly ECHO sessions held virtually Fridays 7:00 - 8:00 AM MT
September 9 and 16

SESSIONS
Sept 9: Monkeypox General Overview
Sept 16: Monkeypox Diagnosis and Clinical Management 
 

Colorado Health Care Workforce Investment Stakeholder Meetings

September 6, 2022

As you may know, Senate Bill 22-226 passed in the last Colorado legislative session to promote health professional workforce development. The bill has directed the various state agencies to develop Programs to Support Health-care Workforce. Under the new law, the Primary Care Office (PCO) at CDPHE is leading efforts to expand clinical training capacity in Colorado. The identification of clinical training capacity as a barrier to health workforce expansion was first identified by the PCO during a stakeholder engagement process conducted in 2012 under a grant related to the passage of the Affordable Care Act. More can be found about that engagement and planning process here.

SB 22-226 presents a rare opportunity for Colorado to move forward on workforce development strategies that have previously been under-resourced. Strategies that may be promoted through this work include but are not limited to:

· Establishment of clinical training registries

· Recruitment and training of clinical instructors and preceptors

· Financing of new clinical training sites or expansion of existing clinical training sites

· Support for graduates to accumulate necessary supervised practice hours prior to becoming licensed

· Enhancements to technologies at clinical training locations that enhance and/or accelerate clinical education

Two meetings have been scheduled for Monday September 12th from 1:00-3:00 PM and Friday September 16th from 1:00-3:00 PM. The meetings are intended to gather stakeholder input into the design and details of fundable grant activities under the program. Both sessions will be very similar in content, so attendance at only one is necessary for you to provide input. These meetings will be conducted via Zoom, and the links to join are further down in this email. Additional input will be gathered through a web survey, which will be sent out sometime after the sessions.

It is possible that additional stakeholder engagement will be necessary prior to the release of a Request for Application. Please watch for additional notices to that effect. Also, please forward this information on to others in your network who might be interested in attending. 

If you have any questions or wish to submit ideas in writing, please reach out to Tamara Davis ([email protected]) or Kathy Jacobsen ([email protected])

Thank you for your support of this important work in Colorado.

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Topic: Stakeholder Engagement: Session One
Time: Sep 12, 2022 01:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85014583658?pwd=dTczUm9Wa0lueVd3aGFWQzFuNDNDZz09

Meeting ID: 850 1458 3658
Passcode: 917359

Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kel63n18Do
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Topic: Stakeholder Engagement: Session Two

Time: Sep 16, 2022 01:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84755809846?pwd=QkVkRG8rTVBqSlVlU2lUd3NXMzJ2dz09

Meeting ID: 847 5580 9846
Passcode: 844161

Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kcl8U9GoC2

 

Did You Miss the latest CNA Statewide Members-Only Town Hall?

The recording is now available for members. All town hall meetings are recorded and accessible on the CNA website here (member login is required).

These CNA Town Hall meetings are designed to be an open forum and a way to provide access between CNA members and CNA leaders and lobbyists. They are informative, address current topics, and open for Q&A. 

See CNA's Town Hall Guidelines and Code of Conduct Here.

Not a member? Join today!

 

Colorado Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Important Updates

August 30, 2022

Colorado Department of Regulatory Affairs (DORA) and the Colorado Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (CPDMP) is offering legislative and regulatory updates for all prescribers of controlled substances in Colorado.

Please note that SB22-227 requires all prescribes to register with the PDMP.  The changes also include a requirement to query prior to any new controlled substance prescriptions.

HB22-1215 removes restrictions on delegated users.

Training resources available on the PDMP website include user guides, tutorials and webinars. There is also a copy of the power point slides being used for these regulatory updates available on this same website.

The final CPDMP live training will be held  on September 12, 2022 at 4pm for those interested.  For more information and registration please see Link for Final Colorado PDMP Training and Legislative Update Webinar.

 

 

 

Join us starting September 7 : Second series of Project ECHO® on Racism in Nursing

August 19, 2022

The National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing is pleased to announce the second series of Project ECHO® on Racism in Nursing ECHO®: Addressing Racism in Nursing is a free tele-mentoring series that connects nurses with racism-prevention subject matter experts using brief lectures, discussions, and case-based presentations. Sessions will take place every other Wednesday from 3 - 4:30pm ET, starting September 7thRegister here.

 
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