PEDIATRIC PULMONARY CENTER, University of Washington, Seattle Children's Hospital

Core Seminar Schedule for 2009-2010
LEND (Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities)
LEAH (Leadership Education in Adolescent Health)
School of Public Health
Dental Public Health Sciences

DATE

ROOM

TIME

          TOPIC

PRESENTER(S)

Format

Wednesday

October 7TH

 

REQUIRED

SCH

SDR2

1330-1500

Introduction and  Orientation –

Goals:

§          Present history, mission of MCHB, PPCs

§          Present history and current state of pulmonary practice at Children’s.

§          Present interdisciplinary model practiced here and explain how interdisciplinary care fits with the practice of family centered care.

§          Discuss roles of trainees over the next 6- 9 months including clinical practice, advocacy, policy work and research opportunities.

Objectives

§          Trainees have a historical perspective for history and mission of PPCs relative to MCHB

§          Trainees gain an understanding of the patients and families that we serve at CH.

§          Trainees will be able to describe interdisciplinary roles and how family centered care is practiced at CH

§          Trainees understand expectations and resources for the length of their training

Greg Redding, MD

Marijo Ratcliffe , MN , ARNP

Anna Rhys, LICSW

Carla Salldin, Parent Liaison

Janice Sabin, PhD, MSW, Department of Medical Education and Biomedical Informatics

Introduction of Faculty and Trainees

 

Presentation by Greg

 

Description of program components and projects

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Monday

October 12TH

 

REQUIRED

CHDD 150

 

 

1230-320

Washington State Title V (MCHB Programs) Objectives: 

·          Outline the major provisions and programs of Title V

·          Describe how the Title V program is implemented at the state level, using the example of Washington state.

·          Describe the flexible role of MCH in light of changes in population health and the health care delivery system.

Riley Peters, PhD, Director

Washington State Title V

 

TBD

Guided interview with

lead staff member

 

 

 

DATE

ROOM

TIME

          TOPIC

PRESENTER(S)

 

Wednesday

October 14th

 

REQUIRED

SCH

SDR1

 

1030-1200

Disparities in Health Care

Janice Sabin, PhD, MSW, Department of Medical Education and Biomedical Infomatics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday

October 19TH

CHDD

TBD

1230-320

Women’s Health Support in Region X

 

Oral Health and Systems of Care for Vulnerable Populations

 

Joel Berg,

Guided interviews

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday

October 21st

 

REQUIRED

SCH

T 3127

 

1030-1200

Interdisciplinary Trainee meeting

Anna Rhys Johnson, LICSW, PPC Faculty

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday

October  26TH

CHDD

TBD

1230-320

Cognitive, Language and Emotional Development Support: Washington State Child Profile

 

Programs to Support Young and Families in Poverty

 

? Bardi

Guided discussion

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday

October 28th

 

REQUIRED   

SCH

A7900

 

 

1030-1200

Families as Teachers-

Goals:

§          Present brief history of “families as teachers” at CH.

§          Describe how families are used in the hospital; focus on families as teachers for various services.

§          Describe the experiences our trainees will have with this program

Objectives:

§          Trainees gain understanding of the history of this effort at CH including barriers and pioneering the effort.

§          Trainees will gain an appreciation for breadth of involvement that families bring to CH.

§          Experience of one on one time with patients and families in the community in order to understand what is needed to maintain chronically ill children in the community. 

 

 

Carla Salldin, Parent Liaison                            

Anna Rhys, LICSW

 

 

DATE

ROOM

TIME

          TOPIC

PRESENTER(S)

 

Monday

November 2ND

CHDD

TBD

1230-320

Community based Mental Health Care and State Wide Efforts to Preserve Mental Health among Children and Adolescents

(including suicide prevention)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       Henderson

 Sue Eastgard

Interactive

workshop

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday November 4th

 

REQUIRED

SCH

A7900

 

 

1030-1200

Discharge Coordination

Goals:

§          Present an overview of the planning that goes into discharging children with high tech needs as well as our chronically ill population

§          Present the realities of finding supports in the community for our families including the shortage of nurses and regional realities.

§          Discussion of the advocacy necessary to help our children and families here at Children’s, locally, regionally, and nationally.

§          Presentation of the challenges for children and families with chronic illness in the event of natural disasters

Objectives:

§          Trainees can identify the components of a viable discharge plan for our children.

§          Trainees aware of barriers to discharge, locally and for our children who live throughout the five state area.

§          Trainees can identify areas that require ongoing concerted advocacy for families.

§          Trainees will gain an understanding for the challenges our children and families face in the event of a natural disaster and strategies for “weathering the storms”.

 

Leslie Elder, RN , Discharge Coordinator

Gioia Rizzo, MSW, Pulmonary

Carla Salldin, Parent Liaison

 

 

 

DATE

ROOM

TIME

          TOPIC

PRESENTER(S)

 

Monday

November 16TH

 

REQUIRED

CHDD 150

 

 

 

12:30-3:15

Family Centered Care

Cultural Competency and Family-Centered Care in Health Systems

 

Objectives:

·          Describe the key concepts of patient and family centered care health care

·          Identify patient family centered care practices in health care system policy, program and clinician-patient interaction levels.

·          Identify the components of culturally competent health care.

·          Define cultural competency at a system, organization or program level.

 

 Cezanne Garcia, MPH, Senior Program and Resource Specialist, National Institute for Family Centered Care [formerly Associate Director, Patient and Family Centered Care and Education, UW Medical Center]

 

Leslie Walker, MD, Chief, Adolescent Medicine Section, UW Department of Pediatrics

 

 

Interactive workshop

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday

November 23RD

CHDD

1230-320

Adolescence-Issues and Programs

Child and Adolescent Hunger and Obesity

Soloria

Rees

Interactive workshop

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday

November 30TH

 

REQUIRED

CHDD 150

 

 

12:30-3:20

Legislative Advocacy: MCH Children with special health care needs (CSHCN)

 

Objectives:

·          Identify successful strategies for advocacy in public health

·          Describe the multiple needs of children with special health care needs (CSHCN) and their families 

·          Identify the major programs and services for CSHCN

·          Outline one advocacy strategy for CSHCN

 

Children’s Alliance

 

 

Cassie Johnston (Parents Are Vital for Education (PAVE)

Family Voices

LEND faculty

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday

TBD

 

CHDD  Classroom

TBD

12:30-1:45

2:00 – 3:20

 

 

Health Home

Colleen Heubner

Jane Rees

Devora Chavez

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

January

TBD

 

REQUIRED

CHDD

Room TBD

TBD

Grantsmanship Fundamentals-

 

Gail Kieckhefer, ARNP, PNP-BC, PhD

Bonnie McTaggert, MLIS,

UW Research Funding Service

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

February 24th      

REQUIRED                      

CHRMC

A 7900

 

10:30-12:00

Families as Teachers Debrief

Carla Salldin, Parent Liaison

Anna Rhys Johnson, LICSW

Interactive

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring 2010

   Date TBD REQUIRED

CHDD

Room TBD

 

12:30-3:20

Ethics

TBA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thu   2010

Date TBD

UW Health Sciences

Room TBD

 

REQUIRED

3:30-5:20

Parenting the Chronically  Ill Child and the

  Social   Adaptation of Families

Goals:  

§          Presentations by individual parents providing a brief history of their child’s illness and the family’s experience transitioning from hospital to home.

§          Provide information about community resources that are used, barriers to resources, special challenges, satisfactions

§          Answer specific questions posed by nursing students and trainees.

Objectives:

§          Trainees are able to understand that barriers for one family might not be problems for others.

§          Trainees can identify family strengths.

§          Trainees can identify unique characteristics of families with children with special needs.

§          Trainees able to make connections between barriers and advocacy and policy needs.

§          Trainees gain a broader perspective of how families cope and survive and thrive meeting their unique challenges.

Parent Panel

Carla Salldin, Parent Liaison

Marijo Ratcliffe, ARNP

Anna Rhys-Johnson, LICSW

 

 

 

 

 

 

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