This Web site offers an online course to train primary care providers to deliver oral health preventive services to young children during well-child checks. The course addresses:
- Screening and assessing risk for dental disease
- Applying fluoride varnish
- Sharing oral health tips with families
- Referring patients to a dentist
The site also provides a collection of related resources for providers and staff including fact sheets, guides...
The HIV Care Coordination Tools resource page offers information, tools, and other educational materials for HIV-related health care, housing, and supportive service providers.
Resources include the following:
- Care coordination protocol and tools
- Provider pocket guide
- Patient workbook
- Fact sheet
- Client journal wallet card
Select materials are also available in Spanish....
This Web site offers resources to support HIV and sexually transmitted diseases prevention programs in schools. The resources provide education, training, and more to assist in decreasing sexual risk behaviors among students. Tools available include fact sheets, campaigns, guides, and curricula in the following areas:
- Evidence-based prevention
- Sexual health education
- Counseling and testing
- Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender
- Social media...
The American Dental Association launched the Give Kids a Smile (GKAS) program as a way for dentists across the country to join with others in their community to provide dental services to underserved children.
The GKAS Program Planning Toolbox is a resource for dentists and other team members interested in implementing the program in their community. The guide includes a step-by-step timetable on how to plan an educational, screening, or treatment event; how to promote the event...
This toolkit can help organizers develop a Choose Your Cover skin cancer awareness, education, and free screening program in their community. This program brings free skin cancer screenings; complimentary sunscreen; and a wealth of vital skin safety information, involving cancer detection, prevention, and sun smart precautions, directly to the at-risk population of people who spend extended time in the sun—at the beach, ballpark, and other outdoor venues.
This guide, for consumer health information technology (IT) developers and companies, provides recommendations on new approaches to health IT design to increase effective use of health IT products. The recommendations for consumer health found in the guide can support decisions through the development process, design, and testing and into commercialization. The guide presents results of an environmental scan, a grey literature review, and expert interviews.
This toolkit provides information and links to resources that support African Americans with diabetes in managing their diabetes. The resources include booklets, tip sheets, podcasts, and a video.
The Expecting Success Toolkit provides tips for hospitals on improving the quality of care and reducing disparities.
The toolkit is divided into the following sections:
- You Can Live With Heart Failure: Includes the Living With Heart Failure Health Calendar (also available in Spanish)
- Instructions for inserting your logo into the Heart Failure Calendar
- Thinking About Disparities : Includes readiness to survey, promotional wall...
This report provides recommendations, strategies, and action steps for implementation by policymakers and others to help combat and prevent obesity. It identifies strategies that individually have the greatest potential reach and impact on preventing obesity, based on research evidence and the current level of progress in each area. For each strategy, the report also suggests a set of actions that are likely to make a positive contribution to that strategy's achievement based on research...
This guide, for designers and developers, provides information to help create and design health information technology (IT) applications that are easy to use by consumers to achieve better health at home. For home health care services, the guide assists health professionals on how to select tools to help people manage health concerns, monitor important indicators of their health, and communicate with their formal and informal caregivers.
Topics covered include the following:...