Blog: Women’s Health Movement: A Brief History
This Women’s History Month, we highlight key milestones of the WHM and discuss how it was key to moving us closer to gender equality in the health and biomedical research fields
Join the Understanding Barriers to Oral Care for People Living with HIV/AIDS Taskforce
We are creating a representative Taskforce comprised of people living with HIV/AIDS and patient advocates that work closely with PLWHA or are familiar with HIV/AIDS advocacy and community work
Blog: Continuing the Legacy of Granny Midwives
This Black History Month, we are highlighting the midwives of the Deep South who were instrumental in Black maternal health and recognizing their role in today’s current efforts for birth equity.
Register now for the 2023 Weitzman Symposium
The Weitzman Institute is pleased to announce that the 2023 Virtual Symposium, Tackling Old Problems with New Solutions in Primary Care, will be held on May 17, 2023. This year’s theme recognizes that pressing issues in primary care, including mental health, community violence and trauma, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), and big data, present longstanding, […]
Read the Story of CHC
Peace & Health: How a group of small-town activists and college students set out to change healthcare depicts the remarkable journey to build Community Health Center, Inc.
Improved Learning Outcomes for Rural Primary Care Providers in Managing, Screening and Treating Psychiatric Mood Disorders
The Advanced Primary Care ECHO Psychiatry Module demonstrated statistically significant improvements in learners’ knowledge, skills, and self-efficacy in areas such as managing psychiatric crises and screening patients.
Tackling Gaps in Care for Women in Rural Ohio
In Women’s Health ECHO, faculty experts offer their most effective and promising practice methods to prevent, screen, and treat medical conditions, including breast cancer.
Making Strides on Breast Cancer Awareness in Central Valley
While many clinics saw a stark decline in preventative services from 2020-2021, Harmony Health Medical Clinic and Family Resource Center maintained their already high rates of breast cancer screening.
Blog: Addressing Mental Health Impacts in Cancer Patients and Survivors at Federally Qualified Health Centers
The observed disparities in cancer screening and mental health care among racial and ethnic populations have resulted in an alarming public health challenge.
COVID-19 ECHO Series Reports Now Available
Starting in early March 2020, the Weitzman ECHO Series on COVID-19 delivered learning opportunities for primary care practitioners, operational staff, and care teams, quickly delivering “just-in-time” presentations to help health care teams respond to COVID-19. In Fall 2021 and Spring 2022, the series addressed key issues facing the health workforce, including COVID-19’s impact on vaccine […]