Black Health Initiative Simulation Series - August 21, 2024

Aurora, CO US
August 21, 2024

A Community and Provider Partnership

Research continues to indicate African-American mothers die at three to four times the rate of non-Hispanic white mothers, and infants born to African-American mothers die at twice the rate as their non-Hispanic, white counterparts, regardless of household education levels and socioeconomic status.  African-Americans in Colorado report higher preterm birth rates- 11.6 percent, as compared to 8.2 percent among white, non-Hispanic births, further complicated by higher rates of low birth-weight babies.

The outcomes and lessons learned in this work will focus on the impact of the patient-doctor relationship, promote patient/family advocacy, improve feelings of mistrust in medicine, and aid practical skill building for all parties. Overall, Children’s Hospital Colorado and its educational and clinical partners seek to build a relationship with its community to deliver culturally responsive care models.

Learning Objectives

These global objectives apply to each case scenario.

  • The learner (community advocate and provider) will Identify gaps in their knowledge of culturally responsive communication and care as it relates to African-American/Black women and children using diverse simulation modalities and practices. 
  • The learner will determine how to use collaborative relationships (1-provider to patient, 2-provider to community resource/advocate) in the care setting to improve the patient experience for African-American/Black women and children using diverse evidence-based simulation modalities and practices.
  • The learner will demonstrate how to use multiple care delivery modalities (e.g., telehealth, telemedicine, home visitation) to increase access for African-American/Black women and children using diverse evidence-based simulation modalities and practices.  

Additional Information

Course Contact: 
Jeannie.Dixon@childrenscolorado.org
Course summary
Course opens: 
12/18/2023
Course expires: 
10/25/2024
Event starts: 
08/21/2024 - 12:00pm MDT
Event ends: 
08/21/2024 - 5:00pm MDT
Cost:
$0.00
Rating: 
0
University of Colorado School of Medicine
Center for Advancing Professional Excellence (CAPE)
1890 N. Revere Court - 3rd Floor
Aurora, CO 80045
United States

Price

Cost:
$0.00
Please login or register to take this course.

Upon completion of your registration process, you will receive a confirmation email.