Provider Education Committee Pilot Outreach Project

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Presented by Lisa Goldstein, Director of Adolescent Health, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, at the 2010 National Chlamydia Coalition meeting.

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Provider Education Committee Pilot Outreach Project

  1. 1. PROVIDER EDUCATION OUTREACH PILOT PROJECT
  2. 2. Background  National resources  Listing of resources for providers  Why Scre e n fo r Chlam ydia?  Not enough – need to go local  Identify state champions  Link providers with state and local health officials
  3. 3. Going local: Step 1  Identify key stakeholders  Health care providers  ob-gyns, pediatricians, adolescent medicine specialists, and nurse practitioners (so far)  State health officials  Regional health officials  Training facilities  Clinics
  4. 4. Going local: Step 2  Target a stakeholder  Health care providers  Determine willingness to help  Outreach letter  Determine what help needed to help
  5. 5. What did we find out?  Health care providers want to help, but they need help helping.
  6. 6. Going local: Step 3  Link key stakeholders  State-specific information sheets  Provide additional resources  Slide lecture kit  Provider tool kit
  7. 7. Going local: Step 4  Follow-up  Follow-up  Follow-up  Follow-up  Follow-up  Follow-up  Follow-up
  8. 8. Great Potential  State champions in every state  Coalitions in every state  Increased provider awareness  Increased chlamydia screening rates

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