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Supervising peers who support clients in HIV care and treatment (Part 2)

Authors: Rajabiun, S, Fizek, L., Downes, A., Miles, L.

Date: 2009

Project: PEER Center

Keywords: HIV/AIDS, Supportive Services

This webcast is the second of a two-part seminar (started in the Oct. 7 webcast) that will discuss supportive and clinical approaches for supervising peers in the workplace. Case examples will be discussed addressing issues such as managing peer-client relationships and transference/counter-transference. Participants are encouraged to bring case examples from their own organizational settings.

Supervising peers who support clients in HIV care and treatment (Part 1)

Authors: Fizek, L., Downes, A., Miles, L.

Date: 2009

Project: PEER Center

Keywords: HIV/AIDS, Supportive Services

This webcast is the first of a two-part seminar. It is designed as an introduction to approaches for supervising peers. It will describe three distinct areas of supervision which together can help peers to thrive in the workplace. It will include case examples consisting of issues that are common for peers working in the field of supporting clients: boundaries, confidentiality and integrating peers into the health care team.

Role Development of Community Health Workers, An Examination of Selection and Training Processes in the Intervention Literature

Authors: O'Brien, M.J., Squires, A., Bixby, R.A., Larson, S.C.

Date: 2009

Project: No Project Affiliation

Keywords: Research and Evaluation Methods, Training and Supervision, US- based

An article from the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. Presents a summary analysis of the CHW selection and training processes in existing literature.

The Family Opportunity Act’s Medicaid Buy-in Option: What We’ve Learned

Authors: Comeau, M.

Date: 2009

Project: The Catalyst Center

Keywords: CYSHCN, Financial Hardship, Medicaid Buy-In Programs, Medicaid/CHIP

This slide deck, presented during a topical conference call the by the Catalyst Center, explains the benefits of the Family Opportunity Act (FOA) and the different ways states can implement this important state option for extending Medicaid to children with disabilities. It also highlights the differences between the FOA, waivers, and TEFRA/Katie Beckett. 

The Essential Components of Health Care Reform for Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN)

Authors: Comeau, M., & other authors

Date: 2009

Project: The Catalyst Center

Keywords: CYSHCN, Health Reform

As the possibility of national health care reform became a reality, the Catalyst Center identified three things children with special health care needs would need: Coverage that is universal and continuous, adequate, and affordable.