Alaska Community Health Aide Program Library

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Alaska Community Health Aide Program Library

Description

Community Health Aides/Practitioners (CHA/Ps) provide primary health care in rural Alaska villages as the first link in the Alaska Tribal Health System. The Community Health Aide Program (CHAP) consists of a network of approximately 550 CHA/Ps in over 170 rural Alaska villages. The documents, forms, and materials in the library are used by CHA/Ps in the Alaska program for training and while in the field.

Documents include:

  • ARC—Academic Review Committee
  • Basic training and training centers
  • Certification board
  • CHA Association
  • CHA/P Manual
  • CHAP Directors
  • CME—Continuing medical education
  • Contact lists
  • Field training and supervision
  • Forms
  • Math
  • Preceptorship and credentialing
  • Pre-session
  • RAC—Review and Approval Committee
  • Re-credentialing
  • Re-entry guidelines
  • Referral physician
  • RSC—Recognition and Support Committee
  • Skills lists
  • Standing orders
  • UAF—University of Alaska-Fairbanks

Developer:

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC)

Funding Sources:

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC)

History

Release Date: 2006
Original Summary: January 2009
Last Updated: 03/14/12

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