SAVE THE DATES ON YOUR CALENDAR FOR #BBS2020
FEBRUARY 6 – 7, 2020
Renaissance Hotel, Montgomery
THANK YOU to everyone who registered, presented, volunteered, and contributed to the success of the 3rd annual Breaking Barriers Summit in 2019. Together, we took time to explore issues related to Health Equity and Social Justice in the Deep South.
Social workers, counselors, and nurses were eligible to earn up to 12.5 contact hours. Watch your e-mail following the Summit for resource and evaluation links. Once all evaluations have been completed, contact hour certificates will be issued to those whose attendance has been verified.
A very special THANK YOU to our 2019 Key Note:
Michael Saag, MD, researcher and author of Positive: One Doctor’s Personal Encounters with Death, Life, and the US Healthcare System. (Consider buying through Amazon Smile and selecting Montgomery AIDS Outreach Inc, D.B.A. Medical Advocacy & Outreach (MAO) as your charity of choice. .5% of your order will be donated back to MAO.)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FINALIZING YOUR CONTACT HOURS
|Follow the links below to validate your participation, evaluate the sessions you attended, and claim Continuing Education credit.|
Use the link below to register your attendance with SE AETC once all payment obligations have been made through Alabama AETC/MAO.
Use the link below to evaluate the sessions you attended. Once your evaluations are submitted, a certificate will be emailed to you.
Only presentations for which approval has been obtained from the presenter/authors are included in the listing below.
|Health Disparities in the Deep South: Factors and Fixes||Emilio J. German, MSHSA|
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
|HIV/AIDS in the South: Addressing Social Issues Affecting Care||Kathie Hiers|
|Health Literacy: Improving Treatment Adherence Through Better Provider-Client Communication||Patrick Devereux, PharmD|
|Advocacy in Action: A Client-Centered Approach||Karen Carr Turner, MPSE|
Medical Advocacy & Outreach
|The PATHways Program at the Vanderbilt Comprehensive Care Clinic: An Integrated Approach to Reaching Psychosocially-overwhelmed People Living with HIV||Robertson Nash, PhD, ACNP, BC|
PATHways Program, Vanderbilt Comprehensive Care Clinic
|Social Justice and Medical Care||Cordelia Stearns, MD|
Medical Advocacy & Outreach
|Health Equity in Rural Communities: Overcoming Barriers to Care||Jessica Seigel|
National Rural Health Association
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES DERIVED FROM PARTICIPANT ENGAGEMENT AND VOICED INTERESTS
Should you have questions about your participation or wish to play a role in helping make our 2020 event come to life, call (334) 386-0857 or e-mail AAndersen@maoi.org.
Lydia Pickett, Strategic Projects Manager,Department of Capacity Building – (334) 356-1256
JOIN US IN THANKING OUR 2019 BREAKING BARRIERS SUMMIT SPONSORS & FEATURED EXHIBITORS!
Sponsorship or Exhibiting?
Doug McCloud, Division Manager, Consumer Support & Fundraising – (334) 481-1602
Event Promotion, Public Relations or Media Opportunities?
Thomas Stephens, Media Relations Specialist – (334) 836-0389
TO BEGIN PLANNING FOR 2020, CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD A COPY OF THE 2019 SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITOR INFORMATION PACKET. SOME INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR 2020; HOWEVER, THESE TOOLS MAY HELP YOU DECIDE WHERE YOU WOULD LIKE YOUR COMMITMENT CONVERSATION TO BEGIN.
CLICK ON THE BREAKING BARRIERS SUMMIT PROGRAM/AGENDA BOOK TO SEE WHAT YOU MISSED!