GREETINGS FROM THE HUMAN SERVICES TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM<br />
DEVELOPMENTAL HISTORY OF THE COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER IN TEXAS<br />Started by women working for community improvement<br /...
 1999  - Legislation authorized a 15 member committee to spend two years developing*<br /><ul><li>curriculum guidelines
review current CHW programs at that time
certification process
develop local projects
seek federal Medicaid waiver for CHW payment
assess evaluation methods
establish a nine member CHW advisory committee</li></ul>*Nichols, D,. et.al. (2005)  Texas community health workforce: Fro...
CHWAdvisory Committee began meeting six times yearly in 2002,<br />             Committee composed of:<br />		- 4 CHWs <br...
COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER CERTIFICATION SITES – 2010 (N=27)<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />
DISTRIBUTION OF CHW TRAINING PROGRAMS<br />
DISTRIBUTION OF CHWs<br />
CHW PROGRAM AT HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE<br />
COURSE CONTENT AND ORGANIZATION<br />
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CHW program at Houston Community College

  1. 1. GREETINGS FROM THE HUMAN SERVICES TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM<br />
  2. 2. DEVELOPMENTAL HISTORY OF THE COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER IN TEXAS<br />Started by women working for community improvement<br /> - El Paso County Promotora<br /> Migrant Health<br /> Acres Home (Houston)<br />
  3. 3. 1999 - Legislation authorized a 15 member committee to spend two years developing*<br /><ul><li>curriculum guidelines
  4. 4. review current CHW programs at that time
  5. 5. certification process
  6. 6. develop local projects
  7. 7. seek federal Medicaid waiver for CHW payment
  8. 8. assess evaluation methods
  9. 9. establish a nine member CHW advisory committee</li></ul>*Nichols, D,. et.al. (2005) Texas community health workforce: From state health promotion policy to community level practice. Cdc.gov/pod/issues/2005/nov/05_0059.htm<br />
  10. 10. CHWAdvisory Committee began meeting six times yearly in 2002,<br /> Committee composed of:<br /> - 4 CHWs <br />-2 public members<br /> -2 professionals who work with CHWs<br /> -1 representative from Higher Education<br />
  11. 11. COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER CERTIFICATION SITES – 2010 (N=27)<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />
  12. 12. DISTRIBUTION OF CHW TRAINING PROGRAMS<br />
  13. 13. DISTRIBUTION OF CHWs<br />
  14. 14. CHW PROGRAM AT HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE<br />
  15. 15. COURSE CONTENT AND ORGANIZATION<br />
  16. 16.
  17. 17. FACULTY<br /><ul><li>ELIZABETH KELLY, PH.D., RN., CNS-CH, BC-HSP
  18. 18. MARION SCOTT, MSN, BC-HSP</li></ul> BOTH ARE DSHS CERTIFIED<br /> CHW INSTRUCTORS<br />
  19. 19. COURSE EDUCATIONAL FORMAT<br /><ul><li>STUDENT CENTERED LEARNING</li></ul> OBJECTIVES <br /><ul><li>A HYBRID COURSE
  20. 20. SERVICE LEARNING
  21. 21. PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT
  22. 22. RESOURCE IDENTIFICATION
  23. 23. FINAL CLASS PRESENTATION</li></li></ul><li>LEVELS OF EDUCATIONUSE OF B. BLOOM’S (1956) EDUCATIONAL TAXONOMY;WECM GUIDELINESPRACTICUMAFFILIATION AGREEMENTS WITH HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS, AGENCIES<br />
  24. 24. PROGRAM OUTCOMES<br /><ul><li>12-14 HOURS OF ACADEMIC CREDIT
  25. 25. MSA
  26. 26. EMPLOYMENT AS A CHW
  27. 27. DSHS CHW CERTIFICATION
  28. 28. ASSOCIATE DEGREE
  29. 29. HIGHER LEVEL OF HEALTH LITERACY</li></li></ul><li>

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