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The Human Diagnosis Project’s daily Global Morning Report (GMR) is a fun interactive case series for clinicians to strengthen their diagnostic skills to help their patients. In only a few minutes each day, clinicians can earn free CME by solving peer-reviewed teaching cases from around the world and learning from detailed teaching points. While Global Morning Report covers cases from all major specialities, it includes a “Primary Care GMR” case each day. This resource is currently used by thousands of clinicians at over 500 institutions, including community health centers across the country. Any health professional can sign up for free at www.humandx.org/download.
Health Care Delivery SMBP Implementation Guide is designed to help health care delivery organizations implement SMBP into practice or optimize existing SMBP processes.
Transforming Primary Care for LGBT People Toolkit compiles promising practices around identifying LGBT patients and engaging LGBT patients in culturally responsible, clinically competent care. Priority interventions are supported with implementation tips, tools, and resources.
AHRQ Evidence-Based Practice Center provides products for health professionals to improve the delivery of care.
Advancing Quality Family Planning Practices: A Guide For Health Centers provides guidance to health centers wishing to expand and improve access to quality family planning and reproductive health services in their community. Contact Ellen Robinson for free print copies.
The Denver Prevention Training Center (Denver PTC) has partnered with NACHC, with funding from CDC, to provide no-cost HIV prevention capacity building services. They can work together with Primary Care Associations, health center controlled networks, and health centers to assess and improve current HIV prevention services based on organization goals for HIV services. Email Ellen Robinson for more information.
Developing Telemental Health Partnerships shares recommendations from launching Telemental Health partnerships between 12 rural community health centers and 3 state medical schools.
Improving Identification and Diagnosis of Hypertensive Patients Hiding in Plain Sight (HIPS) in Health Centers examines the use of algorithmic logic for identifying patients with possible undiagnosed hypertension to improve hypertension detection and diagnosis in health centers.