Welcome WISEWOMAN Recipients

Part 1: Jan. 27-28, 2021

Agenda

Day 1

Session Descriptions
Recipient Meet and Greet (Optional)

An optional session that occurs before the formal start of the meeting. It is an opportunity for networking amongst all recipients.
Welcome and Introductions

Presenter: Dr. Letitia Presley-Cantrell, PDSB Branch Chief, Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention, NCCDPHP, CDC
Opening Plenary: "WISEWOMAN Past to Present"

A view of the WISEWOMAN Program from a historical perspective including participant success stories, quantitative data snapshots, and the evolution of program objectives.

Presenters: Advancing Health Equity Team


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Break
Concurrent Session 1: Team Based Care Approaches in Hypertension Management

Recipient presenters will share their experiences implementing two hypertension management programs using team-based care models.

Moderator: Bill Tanner, WISEWOMAN Project Officer


Intro

Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium: Hypertension Pilot Project
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Iowa Department of Public Health: Medication Therapy Management Protocol
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Q&A/Discussion
Wrap up

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Concurrent Session 2: Unique Strategies in Working with Marginalized Racial/Ethnic Groups & American Indian/Alaska Native Communities

Recipients share how they engage women of marginalized racial/ethnic groups and American Indian/Alaska Native communities in the WISEWOMAN program.

Moderator: Deanna Campbell, WISEWOMAN Project Officer


Intro

Minnesota Department of Health: SagePlus Work with the American Indian Community
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Wisconsin Department of Health Services: ¡Venga y Relajese! (“Come and Relax”) Stress Reduction for Latina Women Pilot
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Q&A/Discussion:
Wrap up:

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Break
Concurrent Session 1: Team Based Care Approaches in Hypertension Management
Concurrent Session 2: Unique Strategies in Working with Marginalized Racial/Ethnic Groups & American Indian/Alaska Native Communities
Break
Office Hours and Peer-to-Peer Learning Sessions (Optional)

Session 1 - Office Hours with the CDC Data Team:


Meet virtually with the WISEWOMAN Data Team. This session will be an opportunity to ask questions, discuss best practices with peers, and receive technical assistance.

Session 2 - Office Hours with the Project Officers:


Meet virtually with the CDC Project Officers. This session will be an opportunity to ask questions, discuss best practices with peers, and receive technical assistance.

Session 3 - WISEWOMAN Recipient Huddle:


Recipients are invited to network with each other in this peer-to-peer session.

Day 2

Session Descriptions
Recipient Meet and Greet (Optional)

An optional session that occurs before the formal start of the meeting. It is an opportunity for networking amongst all recipients.

Day #1 Recap & Day #2 Logistics


Facilitator: Dr. Letitia Presley-Cantrell, PDSB Branch Chief

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Concurrent Session 1: Operating Your WISEWOMAN Program During a Pandemic


Recipients discuss how they have met the rising needs of participants during the COVID-19 pandemic and unique ways they have kept their WISEWOMAN programs operational.

Moderator: Alyson Davis, WISEWOMAN Project Officer


Intro

Vermont Agency of Human Services: Addressing Food Insecurity in Vermont
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Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services: Virtual Provider “Site Visits” Adapted Due to COVID-19 Pandemic
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North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services: Implementation of Virtual Eat Smart Move More Prevent Diabetes Program
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Q&A/Discussion
Wrap up

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Concurrent Session 2: Overcoming Early Program Execution Challenges


Recipients will share experiences and lessons learned during the DP18-1816 initiation phase. These candid reflections of overcoming challenges will both inform and inspire new and “veteran” WISEWOMAN recipients.

Moderator: Shawna Williams, WISEWOMAN Project Officer


Intro

Arkansas Department of Health: Arkansas WISEWOMAN Program’s Journey
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Louisiana Department of Health: Data Management - Capturing, Correcting, and Conquering
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Pennsylvania Department of Health - Overcoming Challenges
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Q&A/Discussion
Wrap up

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Break
Concurrent Session 1: Operating Your WISEWOMAN Program During a Pandemic
Concurrent Session 2: Overcoming Early Program Execution Challenges
Break
Closing Plenary:
"Surgeon General Call to Action to Address Hypertension and Implications for WISEWOMAN"


Presenters:
Dr. Letitia Presley-Cantrell, PDSB Branch Chief, Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention, NCCDPHP, CDC

Rebekah Buckley, PDSB Deputy Branch Chief, Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention, NCCDPHP, CDC


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Break
Office Hours and Peer-to-Peer Learning Sessions (Optional)

Session 1 - Office Hours with CDC Evaluators:


Meet virtually with the CDC Evaluators. This session will be an opportunity to ask questions, discuss best practices with peers, and receive technical assistance.

Session 2 - Office Hours with the Project Officers:

Meet virtually with the CDC Project Officers. This session will be an opportunity to ask questions, discuss best practices with peers, and receive technical assistance.

Session 3 - WISEWOMAN Recipient Huddle:


Recipients are invited to network with each other in this peer-to-peer session.