Presenting the work and learning of community health worker students

365 views
268 views

Published on

community health worker students learning and sharing their learning

Published in: Health & Medicine
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
365
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
7
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • This presentation has three other authors who are not able to attend. We are grateful for their help with this presentationBonnie ZinkGloria RobinsonThe late Mary Harrison
  • Incidence: a measure of the risk of developing some new condition within a specified period of time. Although sometimes loosely expressed simply as the number of new cases during some time period.New health promotion strategies are imperative or the death toll will keep rising.2011Expected Fort Bend & 2012 Expected Fort Bend
  • This disparity is the focus of my presentation and portfolio… Mortality rate: the death rate, which reflects the number of deaths per unit of population in any specific region, age group, disease, or other classification, usually expressed as deaths per 1000, 10,000, or 100,000. Mosby's Medical Dictionary, 8th edition. © 20092011 County Fort Bend Cancer Stats
  • Presenting the work and learning of community health worker students

    1. 1. WELCOME
    2. 2. “PHOTOVOICE – REVEALING A NEW SONG IN THE EXISTING CHOIR” A PRESENTATION BY:• ELIZABETH KELLY, PH.D., RN., CNS-CH, BC-HSP• MARION SCOTT, MSN., RN., BC-HSP
    3. 3. EXAMPLES FROM THE EXISTING CHOIR• FOUR DIFFERENT DEFINITIONS OF A CHW• LANGONE REPORT (2011)• ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON FDT REPORT (2010)
    4. 4. PHOTOELICITATION - SHOWED• WHAT DO YOU SEE IN THE PHOTOGRAPHS?• WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THE PHOTOGRAPHS?• HOW DOES THIS RELATE TO OUR LIVES?• WHY DOES THIS PROBLEM OR STRENGTH EXIST?• HOW CAN WE BECOME EMPOWERED BY OUR NEW SOCIAL UNDERSTANDING?• WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT ADDRESSING THESE ISSUES? (WALLERSTEIN & BERNSTEIN, 1988)
    5. 5. NEW SONGS FROM CURRENT CHWs• PRESENCE OF CHWS IN HOUSTON• GETTING TO KNOW THE COMMUNITY• CHWs LOOK CLOSELY AT COMMUNITY BASED ISSUES – BREAST HEALTH, THE DOULA ROLE• CHW COMMUNITY BASED LEARNING ACTIVITIES AND STRATEGIES• BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS BECOME CHWs• FUTURE SONGS FOR THE CHW TO SING
    6. 6. CHW PRESENCE IN HOUSTON
    7. 7. COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS ARE A PART OF HOUSTON’S HISTORY – 135 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY AT GREATER ZION MISSIONARY CHURCH
    8. 8. A CURRENT CHWAT THE CHURCH
    9. 9. GETTING TO KNOW OUR COMMUNITIES
    10. 10. HOW ARE MY CHILDREN TO CROSSTHIS BUSY STREET TO THE SCHOOL?
    11. 11. A GROCERY STORE
    12. 12. A GROCERY STORE
    13. 13. SOMEONE’S HOME
    14. 14. SOMEONE’S HOME
    15. 15. A WORSHIP CENTER
    16. 16. A WORSHIP CENTER
    17. 17. A PARK
    18. 18. A PARK
    19. 19. THIS SIGN SAYS A LOT
    20. 20. FILLING UP THE CAR
    21. 21. CLINIC
    22. 22. CLINIC AND HOSPITAL
    23. 23. CLINIC AND HOSPITAL
    24. 24. CHWs WORK WITHCOMMUNITY BASED HEALTH ISSUES –EXAMPLE: BREAST HEALTH
    25. 25. Fifth WardTHE FIFTH WARD ISAN HISTORICALPOLITICALDISTRICT LOCATEDNORTHEAST OFDOWNTOWNHOUSTON.
    26. 26. •FEMALES 18-21, 21-40 BREAST HEALTH KNOWLEDGE IN THE 5 WARD TH ANDZZZ 45-60 HAVE • According to the City of • Females, 18 – 20, 21-44,VERYDept. of Houston, LITTLE SPECIFIC 45-60, have very little INFORMATION AS health related to breast IT Health and Human specific information Services , Office of RELATES TO BREAST Surveillance and Public Health Preparedness HEALTH IN FIFTH WARD.
    27. 27. A CLOSER LOOK AT BREAST CANCERTHROUGH THE EYES OF FORT BEND COUNTY WOMEN
    28. 28. Non-Hispanic black women make up 15% of the Fort BendCounty Population and Comprise 18% of Breast Cancer incidence, yet theyaccount for 24% of all Breast Cancer Deaths…
    29. 29. African American women in FortBend County are more likely to be diagnosed with Breast Cancer in later stages, with larger tumors, and have higher mortality rates than any other group…
    30. 30. ANOTHER CHWPROGRAM COMMUNITY BASED HEALTH ISSUETHE DOULA PROGRAM
    31. 31. FEELING THE JOY FOR SOMEONE YET TO BE KNOWN
    32. 32. Hold My Hand
    33. 33. EVEN BABIES ARE SURPRISED THAT NOT ALL MOTHERS BREASTFEED
    34. 34. MAKING OUR CHWEDUCATION COME ALIVE
    35. 35. COMMUNITY BASED CHW ACTIVITIES FOR CHANGE
    36. 36. STAY IN THE PINK, GET A MAMMOGRAM
    37. 37. WEAR THE PINK
    38. 38. TOGETHER WE GROW A BEAUTIFUL TREE
    39. 39. BREAST CANCERSURVIVORS BECOME CHWs
    40. 40. AS SURVIVORS WE CAN ONLY SEE TOTHE CORNER NOT AROUND IT, YET WE REACH FOR IT
    41. 41. CAN YOU WALK IN MY SHOES AT AGE 24 WITH A BREAST CANCER DIAGNOSIS?
    42. 42. THE COURAGE TO GO ON
    43. 43. FUTURE SONGS COMING FROM CHWs
    44. 44. ON THE GROUND ALL ALONEWHERE IS MY MOMMY?
    45. 45. Will There Be A Cure When I Grow Up?
    46. 46. REFLECTION,PARTICIPATION AND PLANNING
    47. 47. PHOTOVOICE PRINCIPLES• PARTICIPATORY, COLLABORATIVE FROM THE BEGINNING WITH THE COMMUNITY• PHOTOGRAPHS HAVE A PURPOSE• PHOTOGRAPHS REVEAL A PERSON’S EXPERIENCE• SHOW POSSIBILITIES FOR ACTION• ALLOWS FOR EVALUATION OF PERSON AND COMMUNITY
    48. 48. PHOTOVOICE STRATEGIES• CAPTURES VISUAL IMAGE OF ENVIRONMENT, EXPERIENCES TO SHARE WITH OTHERS• “REVEALS DEPTH OF WAY THE WORLD WORKS,” (WANG, 1992)• INCREASES INDIVIDUAL STATUS AND DEVELOPS COMMUNITY ACTION• RAISES “CRITICAL CONSCIOUSNESS” (FRIERE, 1974)

    ×