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Self-Management Webinars
Quarterly Webinar Series 

Join us for a new evidence-based self-management webinar series focusing on a new topic each month.

 

 
  • Occurring quarterly on the second Wednesday of the month from 11 AM - 12 PM Pacific Time
  • Invitations for each webinar will be sent out individually and posted online.

 

Anyone who is interested in learning about a particular self-management topic is encouraged to register or invite someone to register as this is open to the public.   

Potential audiences for this webinar series include those that work in aging services, health care, public health, and social services.
 
Webinar Dates and Topics
 
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December 12, 2013 - Privacy & Information Security Training and Data Collection & Books Policy Update 

Starting in 2014, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is making some changes to the way we collect Stanford self-management program participant informaiton in Oregon.  Licensed organizations will also have the opportunity to take part in a mult-state evaluation of the programs' effect on Medicare costs.  There will also be some changes to our system of providing program books in return for program and participant data.  The first portion of the webinar includes the privacy training piece needed for certification and is recommended for all who handle workshop data (leaders, master trainers and coordinators).  The second portion of the webinar is applicable to program coordinators and covers the changes to data collection and our revised books-for-data incentive policy.

Webinar Part 1: Privacy & Information Security Training (ppt) 

Webinar Part 2: Data Collection & Books Policy Update (pdf)

 

September 23, 2013 - Creating Welcoming Programs for People with Disabilities

Participants learned how to make chronic disease self-management programs accessible and welcoming to people with disabilities, i.e., sensory (visually and/or hearing impaired), physical, intellectual and /or developmental, with tips on effective marketing and recruitment, and program logistics and delivery.

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March 13, 2013 - Living Well Business Plan 101 
Participants learned about business plan implementation and what it means for Living Well's sustainability.