The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine will release a report on how to accelerate progress to reduce alcohol-impaired driving fatalities. The report discusses which interventions are most promising to prevent injuries and deaths from alcohol-impaired driving as well as barriers to action and approaches to overcome them.
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To provide an open platform for discussion and aid in identifying potential solutions to improve walkability for ALL, America Walks has launched a new social equity-inspired online discussion series titled: Walking Towards Justice. Walking Towards Justice is a webinar series that integrates literature into a discussion regarding the intersectionality of mobility, race, class, gender, and politics.
Free Zoom Webinar and/or In-person training at Queens Conference Center (QCC)
Research from extraordinarily long-lived communities—Blue Zones—around the globe highlight the lifestyle, diet, outlook, and stress-coping practices that will add years to your life and life to your years. A long healthy life is no accident. It begins with good genes, but it also depends on good habits. If you adopt the right lifestyle, experts say, chances are you may live up to a decade longer with a good quality lifestyle.
1. Discuss the Blue Zones regions in the world and the findings of for their longevity.
2. Summarize nine best practices that positively impact successful aging, active lifestyle and emotional wellbeing
3. Share success stories from Blue Zones evidence-based research on diet, happiness, and active living.
Trainer is Kathy Davenport-Community Program Manager of Blue Zones Project Hawaii. Kathy joined the Blue Zones Project after having served as the Director of Community Affairs for Councilmember Kymberly Marcos Pine. Beside Blue Zones, Kathy is known by many in the community as a motivational speaker, workshop trainer, fine art photographer, and writer with featured column.
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During this call, learn about provisions in the CY 2018 End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Prospective Payment System final rule, including plans for the ESRD Quality Incentive Program (QIP) in Payment Year (PY) 2019,
2020, and 2021. Topics include:
A question and answer session follows the presentation.
Target Audience: Dialysis clinics and organizations, nephrologists, hospitals with dialysis units, billers/coders, and quality improvement experts.
Review the different risk adjustment models and their impact on medical practice management.
Discuss the impact of shifting from RAPS to EDS. What does this mean for office based claims?
Take a deep dive into HCC Coding and Documentation. Review real examples to see what validates, what doesn’t, and why. Tips for engaging physicians.
Learn how to leverage frontline staff to be successful in the world of risk adjustment and value based payments.
YOU WILL RECEIVE: ($130+ value)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Approved by the AMA and AAFP for 5.75 Hours of CME
Approved by the AAPC for 6.0 hours of CEUs!
Kick off your new year by giving back to your community! We will be collaborating with the Kaua’i Independent Food Bank to bring you the first Perspectives on Community Health Field Trip of 2018. Join us for a morning of learning about this organization and volunteer your time to help pack backpacks.
The Kaua’i Independent Food Bank’s (KIFB) Backpack Program provides food for keiki over the weekends, when school lunches are not available. The Backpack Program began in 2007 after KIFB staff serving healthy snacks at a westside after-school program observed students “stocking up” on Friday, so they would have enough food for the weekend. The primary goal of the program is to help children who rely on free school meals for nourishment by ensuring they do not go hungry on weekends.
Please consider bringing a non-perishable food donation with you to the field trip. Every little bit helps!
Presented by Tyrus Lefler, NHA & Executive Director and Jon Canella, MSW, & Director of Admissions, Social Services, & Marketing for the Care Center of Honolulu.
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If you are not sure about what Skilled Nursing, Rehab, or Long Term Care services and what they offer, this webinar will help you to understand how it all works.
Medicare, Medicaid, private pay, or private insurance, tune in to this webinar to learn all about the reimbursement rates and how folks are able to navigate this sometimes confusing system.
Jon Canella, MSW & Director of Social Services, Admissions and Marketing along with Executive Director Tyrus Lefler, NHA, of the Care Center of Honolulu will share important information. This webinar is great for professionals in the industry, family members, and caregivers.
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Tyrus and Jon have an extensive backgrounds in the healthcare, skilled nursing, rehab, and long term care. They both have helped hundreds of clients through the years. Both have a combined tenure of over 30 years in the industry.
Youth who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer are at disproportionate risk for multiple negative health outcomes including earlier onset of sexual behavior, increased number of sexual partners and decreased use of effective risk reduction strategies when compared to their heterosexual peers. Youth-serving professionals often struggle to understand the latest terminology, the nuances in LGBTQ youth culture and the most effective ways to be responsive and inclusive of the needs of sexual minority youth. This presentation will help health and education professionals understand the latest language, sexual health trends and effective strategies to better meet the needs of LGBTQ youth.
Nora Gelperin, M.Ed. Director of Sexuality Education and Training, Advocates for Youth
Nora is one of the co-authors of the Rights, Respect, Responsibility: A K-12 Sexuality Education curriculum used in all 50 states and over 60 countries around the world. She is one of the national technical assistance providers on the Working to Institutionalize Sex Ed (WISE) initiative; has been a member of the Future of Sex Education (FoSE) initiative; and was part of the core team that developed the National Sexuality Education Standards: Core Content and Skills K-12 (2011) and National Teacher Preparation Standards for Sexuality Education, (Journal of School Health, 2014).
When it comes to managing or losing weight, it’s not just about food. Your thoughts, beliefs and emotions can influence eating behaviors and impact long-term success. Discover the keys to successful weight management with psychologist Ronnie Sato, PsyD, and registered dietitian Connice Wang, RD. They are part of the Queen’s Comprehensive Weight Management Program, which has helped thousands of people in Hawaii take control of their weight, health and lives.
Space is limited. Reservations are required. Click here to register online or call The Queen’s Referral Line at 691-7117.
Parking is available for a $5 flat rate with validation in the Physicians Office Building III, which is recommended as it is the closest to the Queen’s Conference Center. Enter from Lauhala street. You can also park at Physicians Office Building I and Miller parking garages for the same $5 flat rate with validation.
Can’t get in because the lecture is full? Can’t make it because of a baby lu‘au? You’ll be happy to know that you can watch the recording of this lecture online about 2 weeks after the event on Queen’s YouTube channel. Since 2016, we’ve posted all of the Queen’s Speaking of Health lectures online. Click here to check them out and see what you’ve missed!