Trauma Informed Care
See below for all upcoming trainings for PPS partners:
Trauma Informed Care
Fostering Interreligious Cultural Awareness

Fostering Interreligious Cultural Awareness

Take this half-day workshop to:
  • Explore the impact of today's trends of religious diversity in the patient population
  • Dive into social identity and unconscious bias
  • Examine topics at the intersection of religion and healthcare
  • Learn to take a spiritual history
  • Learn best practices for responding to religious expression
  • Meet religious needs of today's patients 
Be sure to register using the link below. Registering will allow you to be notified of reminders, location change, cancellations, etc.

When
Monday, December 3, 2018, 8:00 AM PM - 12:00 PM 
Breakfast served from 7:30 - 8:00 am

Where
Regina M. McGinn, MD Medical Education Center
475 Seaview Ave, Staten Island, NY 10305
 
Who should attend?
All partner staff are encouraged to attend.
 
Training Mode
In person


Strategies for Patient-Centered Communication

Strategies for Patient-Centered Communication

Through this engaging workshop session, participants will actively explore communication strategies to foster and improve patient provider relationships. Attendees will have an opportunity to strengthen and develop their health communication skills by practicing Active Listening, Health Literacy Teach-Back, the PaCT and Writing for Plain Language. Analysis conducted through group activities will provide students feedback and critiques to improve and adjust their communication habits and styles in order to communicate clearly and effectively with patients and consumers.  Be sure to register using the link below. Registering will allow you to be notified of reminders, location change, cancellations, etc.

When
Friday, November 30, 2018, 8:30 AM PM - 12:30 PM 

Where
Staten Island PPS, 7th Floor Conference Hall 
1 Edgewater Plaza, Staten Island, NY 10305
 
Who should attend?
Providers interested in improving communication skills; patient-centered medical home practice staff
 
Training Mode
In person


Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid: Older Adult Module

As part of the City's ThriveNYC initiative, the NYC Health Department is offering free Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training to all New Yorkers. MHFA is a groundbreaking public education program that teaches the skills needed to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental health and substance abuse challenges and crises. Be sure to register using the link below. Registering will allow you to be notified of reminders, location change, cancellations, etc.
 
In this course, you will:
  • Learn to identify signs and symptoms of anxiety, depression, dementia, Alzheimer's, and other mental health disorders
  • Learn how to respond if you see these signs in older adults and members of the community
  • Acquire a valuable professional development tool
  • Become certified in mental health first aid (valid for 3 years) 
When
Monday, December 3, 2018, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
 
Where
1199 SEIU Staten Island Office
790 Port Richmond Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10302
 
Who should attend?
Open to anyone
 
Training Mode
In person



Lean

Lean

This course is designed for employees of partner agencies that will be using Lean methodology to conduct DSRIP projects. The course covers Lean philosophy, methodology and tools and prepares the attendees to apply the knowledge learned to their current and future projects. The program also includes subsequent project coaching and mentoring at the attendees' sites. Be sure to register using the link below. Registering will allow you to be notified of reminders, location change, cancellations, etc.

When
Wednesday, December 5, 2018, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Monday, December 10, 2018, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Tuesday, December 11, 2018, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Where
Staten Island PPS, 7th Floor Conference Hall 
1 Edgewater Plaza, Staten Island, NY 10305
 
Who should attend?
Organizations interested in process redesign.
 
Training Mode
In person



Cultural Awareness Train the Trainer

Cultural Awareness Train the Trainer

This two-day Train the Trainer workshop prepares trainers with the skills and tools needed to deliver Cultural Competency training to various healthcare workers. During the first full day, trainers will have the opportunity to experience the curriculum as a participant.  Additional time will be spent discussing effective ways to deliver the curriculum. The course, led by seasoned trainers in this area, will also address the challenges trainers often face when delivering this type of curriculum.  At the end of the first day each trainer will be assigned a section of the curriculum, which s/he will deliver during the second session.

During day two, each participant will deliver their assigned topic.  The facilitator will provide feedback to the group, as well as individually.  Day two is an opportunity to practice delivering the curriculum, as well as addressing any questions or concerns the trainee may have.  By the completion of the second day, trainees will have a better understanding of cultural diversity and its impact on health disparities.  This interactive training will leave participants feeling more prepared and comfortable with delivering the curriculum.  The Train the Trainer facilitator will serve as a resource for the trainees, as they move forward with delivering the curriculum.  Be sure to register using the link below. Registering will allow you to be notified of reminders, location change, cancellations, etc.

When
Wednesday, February 6, 2019 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Wednesday, February 13, 2019 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
 
Where
Staten Island PPS, 7th Floor Conference Hall 
1 Edgewater Plaza, Staten Island, NY 10305
 
Who should attend?
Each partner should identify a staff person responsible for using this Train the Trainer curriculum to train others in your facility. Anyone can benefit from attending.
 
Training Mode
In person



Health Literacy for Public Health Professionals

Health Literacy for Public Health Professionals

Offered by the Center for Disease and Control, the goal of Health Literacy for Public Health Professionals is to introduce participants to the fundamentals of Health Literacy and demonstrate the importance of it within public health practice.

This course consists of a brief introduction followed by three lessons. Within these lessons, there are video clips, case studies, and knowledge check questions.

Who should attend?
Partner employees who haven't taken the Health Literacy Train the Trainer course

Training Mode
Online


Depression CAREPATH

Depression CAREPATH

The Depression CAREPATH was developed for use in home health care and hospice to support the assessment, monitoring, and case coordination of depression in older adults. Patient education materials, communication aids, and implementation guides and resources for administrators are also available.  After you complete registration for HWapps, the link found in the content section will direct you to a registration form for mental health training network, where you will access training. 

Upon completion of course and obtaining your certificate, please email your certificate to nyasha.maddox@1199funds.org

Who should attend?
Primary care providers and other staff in primary care practices 

Training Mode
Online


LGBTQ Cultural Awareness
 
LGBTQ Cultural Awareness

LGBTQ Cultural Awareness Training, presented by the Pride Center of Staten Island, advances a person-centered approach to working with LGBTQ patients and/or clients in healthcare settings. The training includes an introduction to (or review of) LGBTQ terminology, activities that focus on intersectionality and structural systems of oppression, and a discussion of the health disparities confronting LGBTQ individuals. Additionally, the training will give you concrete tools to make healthcare environments more welcoming for LGBTQ patients and/or clients, as well as your LGBTQ co-workers.

Who should attend?
All partner employees are encouraged to attend.

Training Mode
In person



Disability Ally Training
 
Disability  Ally Training

Person Centered Care Services of Staten Island is striving to develop relationships with agencies, businesses, hospitals and all community members to provide training/education on interacting/working with people with disabilities. After people are given the education of disabilities culture, communication tips, and general etiquette, better relationships are possible. This training can be geared and modified for anyone in any role or capacity. For example, if they are training hospital staff, the training can be geared to focus on health literacy and communication/comprehension of medical issues/treatment.

Who should attend?
All partner employees are encouraged to attend.

Training Mode
In person