Pacific Health Analytics Collaborative

OD2A Peer-to-Peer Learning Coordinator
Year 2 Webinar Schedule

We welcome all Overdose Data to Action Peers (Persons or participants from OD2A jurisdictions that attend any activities or events that learning coordinators employ) to attend this webinar series! The following announcement includes a Hawaiʻi-based cultural and linguistic framework that will be presented in the series. This series aims to assist other OD2A Peers in the application of this framework to vulnerable populations in their jurisdiction.

Webinar 1: May 7, 2021, 12-2pm HST

Rain   Kanilehua: Public Health as a Relational Process 

 Opioid use disorder: using data responsibly

 

Guiding Questions: 

  • What is your relationship to this public health problem, OUD?

  • What aspect of the Kanilehua framework resonates with me?

  • What is your own personal relationship to pain and opioid-use disorder?

Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will understand a cultural and linguistic framework for opioid use disorder prevention among vulnerable populations. 
  2. Participants will define the importance of Environment and Sense of Place for opioid use disorder prevention.
  3. Participants will identify a barrier and success when applying a culturally-anchored prevention framework for Strategy 5: State-Local Integration.

Speaker: Kuʻulei Perreira-Keawekane

Webinar 2: May 21, 2021, 12-2pm HST

Aquifer   Pahu Moanaliha: Historical Trauma and Wellness

Understanding historical data about minority populations

Guiding Question:

  • How does your data, research and/or work generate change in the communities that you intend to support and help?

Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will understand how Community and Social Context contribute to opioid use disorder.  
  2. Participants will define how Community and Social Context impact Strategy 6: Linkage to Care to reduce opioid use disorder disparities among vulnerable populations. 
  3. Participants will identify a success and barrier when including Community and Social Context in Strategy 6: Linkage to Care. 

Webinar 3: June 18, 2021, 12-2pm HST

Taproot   Mole: Cultural Resilience and Wellness

Applying historical data to minority population

 

Guiding Question:

  • What culturally grounded concepts, ideas, practices, etc. do you use to mitigate pain for yourself and those you work with?

Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will understand a Complementary and Integrative Health approach for preventing opioid use disorder. 
  2. Participants will define Complementary and Integrative Health resources that address Strategy 7: Providers & Health Systems Support. 
  3. Participants will identify a success and a barrier when applying Complementary and Integrative Health approaches to opioid use disorder prevention.

Webinar 4: July 2, 2021, 12-2pm HST

Aerial Root   Maʻalewa: Grace for Givers: Caring for self to sustain the care of others

Using data to develop a system of self-care

Guiding Question:

  • How do you care for yourselves and your mana (define)?

Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will understand how Environment and Sense of Place can prevent opioid use disorder (OUD) among populations experiencing incarceration.
  2. Participants will define how Environment and Sense of Place impact OUD disparities among populations experiencing incarceration.
  3. Participants will identify a success and a barrier to implementing Environment and Sense of Place-based strategies.

Webinar 5: July 16, 2021, 12-2pm HST

Forest   Pahu Maʻukele: Community Resources for Rural Health

Using data to serve vulnerable populations

Guiding Questions:

  • What cultural or community-based resources do you have access to or do you know of that are in service to rural health, rural communities or strategies for people of vulnerable, minority populations? (e.g. a resource center that is open to the community and kids to access computers)
  • What resources have you personally used or referred folks to that are culturally-anchored? How do you infuse your personal and work life with culturally-anchored healing resources?

Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will understand how Complementary and Integrative Health can address Strategy 5: State-Local Integration and Strategy 6: Linkage to Care among rural and unsheltered (houseless) populations.
  2. Participants will define how Complementary and Integrative Health can address Strategy 5: State-Local Integration and Strategy 6: Linkage to Care among rural and unsheltered populations.
  3. Participants will identify a success and a barrier to addressing Strategy 5: State-Local Integration and Strategy 6: Linkage to Care among rural and unsheltered populations.

Register in advance for this webinar:

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wWLEiID7QyqefOKbvt4h8g

 

Guest Speaker: Dr. Kealoha Fox

Webinar 6: July 30, 2021, 12-2pm HST

Ohia    ʻŌhiʻa: Public Health as a Relational Process: Peer Application

Applying data resources to opioid use disorder

Guiding Question:

  • How could you incorporate the Kanilehua framework into your life?

Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will identify a vulnerable population in their jurisdiction that may benefit from cultural and linguistic strategies to prevent opioid use disorder. 
  2. Participants will define Environment and Sense of Place in their jurisdiction.
  3. Participants will identify a barrier and success when applying a culturally-anchored prevention framework for Strategy 5: State-Local Integration in their jurisdiction.

Register in advance for this webinar:

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_WVQaZbSPQhO-WXmmdGZWZQ

 

 

Speaker: Kuʻulei Perreira-Keawekane

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, Thompson School of Social Work & Public Health, Center on Aging, Pacific Health Analytics Collaborative gratefully acknowledges funding in support of the Hawaii Opioid Initiative from the State of Hawai‘i Department of Health (HDOH), Behavioral Health Administration (BHA), Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division for the State Plan on Substance Use Treatment Data Analytics Infrastructure project, the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Agency State Opioid Response project, State Epidemiologic Outcomes Workgroup, and from the HDOH/BHA Adult Mental Health Division for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Overdose Data to Action project.