Poster Presentations

Poster Presentations will take place on Sunday, August 28 from 5:00pm – 6:30pm and on Monday, August 29 from 12:30pm – 1:30pm in the Riverside Exhibit Hall. 

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The poster presentations are categorized according to the following community health topics:

2022 CHI Poster Presentation Guide

A.T. Still University
CP1 ATSU-MOSDOH Smiles for Veterans Program
CP2 Health Education Video Development: Improving Health Literacy in Afghan Refugees to Better Navigate the US Pharmacy System
CP3 COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Amongst Adult Patients at Adelante Healthcare in Maricopa County, AZ
CP4 Misinformation Nation: Examining COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy and Misinformation Among Parents of Pediatric Patients
CP5 Exploring the Impact of EHR Optimization on Clinician Well-Being
CP6 Mindfulness-Based Interventions in Addressing Negative Health Outcomes Related to Adverse Childhood Experiences
CP7 Determining Average Height and Weight for the Mixteco-speaking Pediatric Population at the Community Healthcare Centers of the Central Coast

Demonstrating Value
CP8 Health Center 340B Program: Experiences of Patients on Injectable Diabetes Medication

Expanding Access to Care and Other Services
CP9 Spreading an SMBP monitoring program in an FQHC with multiple sites
CP10 Identifying Adult Patients with Undiagnosed Diabetes at FQHC Dental Sites

Improving Care for Special Populations
CP11 Addressing Special Populations During Periods of High COVID-19 Community Spread
CP12 Focus on elderly patients: Delivering a new service to patients using “old” ways in a new way
CP13 Development of a Gender-Affirming Model of Care to Improve Access, Engagement, and Health Outcomes for Gender-Diverse Populations

Patient and Community Engagement
CP14 Redesigning Patient Education on Contraception: Supporting Patient Choice with Engaging, Nonjudgemental Materials
CP15 FQHCs in the All of Us Research Program: Contributions, Lessons Learned, and Looking Ahead
CP16 Developing Best Practice Strategies for Retention from an Operational Perspective: A Use Case of an FQHC Partner of the AoURP
CP17 Resources for Precision Medicine: Genomics Return of Results Training for FQHC Staff in the All of Us Research Program
CP18 Factors Associated with Retention of Underrepresented in Biomedical Research Participants within the All of Us Research Program at an FQHC

Public Health Crises
CP19 Innovative 2D Barcoding Workaround Enhances Vaccination Best Practices in a Public Health Crisis
CP20 Southern Colorado Rural Recovery Network
CP21 Exploring Health Center Presence in COVID-19 Mortality Bright Spot Counties

Quality of Care and Quality Improvement
CP22 Quality Suggestions: An EMR nudge toward the Quadruple Aim
CP23 Utilizing the EPIC Electronic Health Record to Auto-Populate Obstetrics Quality Improvement Measures During Prenatal Visits

Social Determinants of Health
CP24 Exploring Relationships of Maternal Social Risk, Delayed Prenatal Care, and Infantile Weight
CP25 An Innovative Approach to Addressing Health-Related Social Needs

Technological Solutions and Tools to Improve Care and Population Health Management
CP26 Using Technology to Improve Health

CP27 Eisner Health’s Journey Through Implementing Trauma-Informed Care

NACHC is a nonpartisan and noncommercial organization. Conference speaker presentations may not necessarily reflect the views of NACHC and the presence of vendors, exhibitors and sponsors does not constitute endorsement of their respective products or services.

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