"The Talk": Framing Conversations About Sexual Health, Body Rights, and Who We Are
This course includes three eLearning micro-modules with engaging, age-appropriate content to guide conversations with youth about Comprehensive Sexual Health Education (CSHE). The modules focus on parent/caregiver tools for having conversations about healthy relationships and boundaries, as well as self-understanding and respecting each other's differences.
Advanced Motivational Interviewing
This course consists of pre-work, one live Zoom session, and post-work and can take up to 5 hours to complete all modules. The goal of this course is to offer participants a space to practice and improve advanced motivational skills through roleplay.
An Introduction to Motivational Interviewing
How can we help people to make healthy choices? Take this course to learn how to work with clients to give them the tools to make their own health decisions.
Combination Prevention – Working with Clients to Stop HIV Transmission
Also known as: Healthy Options to Promote Sexual Health and Prevent HIV.
Take this course and learn about the new HIV prevention options and how to work with clients to help them create a combination prevention plan.
Communicating with Residents and Families About Antibiotics
Resident and family requests for antibiotics are a recognized driver of unnecessary antibiotic prescribing in the nursing home setting. The 4-part Communication Strategy is recommended by the Centers of Disease Control (CDC) as a method of providing effective communication in situations where an antibiotic is not needed.
Connecting with Ukrainian refugees: Meeting their needs with better care and key services
In this training, you will learn how to provide better care for Ukrainian new arrivals based on their specific health care needs.
Drop Your Assumptions and Pick Up the Evidence: Strategies for Communication with Parents about Vaccines
Recent data suggest that vaccine hesitancy is a growing problem, specifically the number of parents who are opting children out of required school entry immunizations for non-medical reasons. Take this course to learn communication strategies that address the concerns of vaccine hesitant parents.
Fostering COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence In Russian and Ukrainian-Speaking Communities: A Training for Providers
This course is designed to help healthcare providers who work with Russian- and Ukrainian-speaking patients better address vaccine hesitancy and foster COVID-19 vaccine confidence within these communities.
The goal of this course is to provide updates from the field for HIV prevention staff who do not perform HIV tests, or who do perform HIV tests as a part of their role, but have previously taken FTN 5-Day, FCT and/or PBC.
Gender and Sexual Diversity
This course consists of 4 modules; prerequisite, pre-work, one live Zoom session, and post-work and can take up to 5 hours to complete all modules. The goal of this course is to increase understanding of the dimensions of gender and sexual diversity to better serve LGBTQIA+ communities.
Hepatitis B Health Disparities in Refugee and Immigrant Communities
This course will give you the tools you need to work with immigrant and refugee patients and ensure they are screened and effectively treated for hepatitis B. The course also covers barriers that refugees and immigrants face with regards to hepatitis B and gives you communication tools to work with these populations.
HIV Care and Sexual Health Assessment for American Indian and Alaska Native Patients
Explore best practices in inclusive sexual health assessment and HIV care. These courses recognize research, data, and evaluation as indigenous values, while utilizing the strengths of western science and staying grounded in traditional ways of knowing.
HIV Care and Sexual Health Assessment for American Indian and Alaska Native Patients: Part 2
Learn about initial management of HIV services for patients in the primary care setting, how harm reduction strategies can lead improved outcomes, and how to create adolescent-friendly care settings for the testing and treating of STD.
HIV Navigation in Texas
This course consists of pre-work, one live Zoom session, and post-work and can take up to 5 hours to complete all modules. The goal of the course is to increase understanding of HIV status-neutral navigation to improve continuity in prevention and care.
How do I Help my Clients Make Changes to Improve Their Health? An Introduction to Motivational Interviewing for CHWs
An introduction to motivational interviewing for CHWs and other health care staff. How can we help people to make healthy choices? Take this course to learn how to work with clients to give them the tools to make their own health decisions.
IN-PERSON Advanced Motivational Interviewing
The goal of this in-person, 8-hour course is to offer participants a space to practice and improve advanced motivational skills through roleplay.
IN-PERSON Foundations of Testing and Navigation
The goal of this in-person, 3-day course is to prepare new prevention specialists to perform HIV tests, deliver results and initiate status-neutral navigation.
IN-PERSON Unconscious Bias
The goal of this in-person, 8-hour course is to provide an overview of unconscious bias, culture, and identity; and propose strategies to disrupt bias interpersonally and institutionally.
Introduction to Gender and Sexuality in a Health Care Setting: Providing Quality Care for Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Patients
We are currently updating this course. It is provided as a courtesy while being updated, but offers no continuing education credits.
Journey to Health
This eLearning activity covers information to support new and current clinicians and staff who serve American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) people in understanding and elevating healthcare within indigenous communities. Topics include cultural humility, decolonizing patient care, trauma informed care, resilience, wellness support, and professional practice
Opioid Prescribing in Dental Clinics: A Holistic Approach to Treating Patients
This series consists of four modules that can be taken in any order. Each module includes a written transcript of the audio/narration that is approximately 45-60 minutes in length.
Opioid Use and Misuse in Women and Girls: Factors, Signs and Next Steps
Opioid use has risen dramatically in the past few decades. The impact on women in girls is often misunderstood. Take this course to learn more about the risk factors, warning signs and steps you can take to help your clients.
PrEP Navigator Training for Community and Public Health Staff
The Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board has worked with Cardea to create a Learning Path for providers who see American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) clients. Take this series of courses to learn about Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis, or PrEP, and how to help AI/AN clients benefit from this effective prevention tool.
Raising Awareness and Offering Help for Mental Health and Substance Use
The goal of this module is to increase awareness about issues related to mental health and substance use, so that you can talk about it with clients, families and your community.
Talking with Teens About Contraceptives
This is a follow-up to the "Working With Teens to Prevent Pregnancy: Starting the Conversation" course. Take this course to learn about the types of available contraceptives, and ways to start conversations with teenagers and young adults about what would work for them.
This course consists of pre-work, one live Zoom session, and post-work and can take up to 5 hours to complete all modules. The goal of this course is to provide an overview of trauma, how it affects the brain, and how it impacts health behaviors and outcomes.
This course consists of pre-work, one live Zoom session, and post-work and can take up to 5 hours to complete all modules. The goal of this course is to provide an overview of unconscious bias, culture, and identity; and propose strategies to disrupt bias interpersonally and institutionally.
Weaving Success: Evaluation in Indian Country
This course covers evaluation methods that honor Native peoples’ values and ways of knowing, learning and being. After completing this course, learners will be able to evaluate the impact of their programs on the health of their patients and the overall community.
Working With Teens to Prevent Unplanned Pregnancies: Starting the Conversation
How can we work with teens to plan their future? Take this course to learn ways to start conversations with teenagers and young adults, and how to bring up topics such as planning for the future and pregnancy prevention.