OD2A Peer-to-Peer Learning Coordinator
Year 1 Webinars
BHHSURG Pilot Webinar - Aloha & Resiliency
The Hawaiʻi Behavioral Health and Homelessness Statewide Unified Response Group (BHHSURG) humbly invites you to learn about some of our organization’s collaborative efforts to care for Hawaiʻi’s most vulnerable populations in response to COVID-19. Hosted by Naiʻa Lewis (“Salted Logic”), “Aloha and Resiliency Amid COVID-19 and Beyond: Bridging Public, Private, and Community Organizations for Kūpuna and those Experiencing Homelessness” is a panel presentation that will: (1) survey current initiatives guided by Hawaiʻi-based organizations regarding continuity care for vulnerable populations, (2) identify gaps in services and challenges associated with the delivery of those services, (3) forecast trends that may future operational needs, and (4) connect organizations to other groups and care providers to improve the quality of collective care for the people of Hawaiʻi.
Webinar 1: Applying Cultural Competence and Cultural Anchoring
Webinar 1: “Applying Cultural Competence and Cultural Anchoring to Opioid Overdose Prevention”
Through participation, community members will:
- Define cultural competence and specifically cultural anchoring
- Describe the connection between cultural anchoring and opioid overdose prevention strategies
- Identify a strategy and method for the application of cultural anchoring in opioid overdose prevention drawing on experiences and expertise from peers
This webinar series is brought to you by the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work and funded by the CDC Overdose Data to Action Project through the Hawaiʻi State Department of Health.
Webinar 2: Interprofessional Practice Models for Opioid Overdose Prevention
Webinar 2: “Interprofessional Practice Models for Opioid Overdose Prevention” Through participation, community members will:
- Define interprofessional practice models for opioid overdose prevention
- Describe the use of cultural anchoring in interprofessional practice models for vulnerable populations
- Share a success and challenge to using cultural anchoring in interprofessional practice models for vulnerable populations