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Quitline.com 12/11/08

This Web site contains tips and tools that consumers can use to quit tobacco use and that health care providers can use to help patients quit tobacco use. The site includes a toll-free number consumers can call for support as well as instructions on how health care providers can order free materials for patients such as reference cards and brochures. Washington State residents may also receive free nicotine patches or gum by calling the quit line and speaking to a quit coach.

The...

Treating Adolescents with HIV: Tools for Building Skills in Cultural Competence, Clinical Care, and Support 10/31/08

This interactive series of online training modules is designed for health care providers working with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected youth. The course is presented from the perspective of a culturally aware care provider. Throughout the course, practical tools are provided to assist with “operationalizing” culturally sensitive best practices in the clinic setting.

Modules include:

  • Fundamentals of adolescent care and cultural competence
  • Psychosocial...
healthfinder.gov 10/21/08

This gateway Web site provides information and tools to help consumers stay healthy. The site includes general health information as well as contact information and resources on a wide range of health topics from over 1,600 Government and non-profit organizations. The topics covered are related to the focus areas of Healthy People 2010.

The site, also available in Spanish, provides the following information:

  • Quick guide to health living
    • Eat healthy
    • Get...
Animated Eagle Book Series 10/01/08

This series of four animated children's books promotes diabetes education and encourages a return to traditional ways, including physical activity and healthy eating. While the characters and books were originally designed to provide culturally based information for Native American children in kindergarten through fourth grade, the series may appeal to children and parents of all cultures.

The series of videos includes:

  • Through the Eyes of the Eagle (tells children...
How to Use "I Statements" in Clinical Practice 09/03/08

In these short videos, U.S. Preventive Services Task Force members talk about “I statements” and how clinicians can apply them in practice when evidence is insufficient to make a recommendation for or against the provision of a preventive service.

Videos include:

  • Screening for Prostate Cancer
  • Screening for Coronary Heart Disease with Exercise Tolerance Testing in Adults
  • When the Evidence Is Insufficient, Adult Recommendations
  • When the Evidence...
Multidisciplinary Care Toolkit 08/08/08

Multidisciplinary cancer care is a collaborative approach to treatment planning and ongoing care throughout the treatment pathway. Multidisciplinary care aims to ensure that members of the treatment and care team can discuss all relevant aspects of a cancer patient’s physical and psychosocial needs along with other factors impacting upon the patient’s care.

This series of tools was developed to help implement multidisciplinary cancer care:

  • Achieving Best Practice...
The Chinese Women's Health Project: Products 08/07/08

The following materials from the Chinese Women’s Health Project were used to decrease the incidence of invasive cervical cancer among Chinese women by increasing the frequency and regularity of Pap testing. The project consisted of two interventions to promote cervical cancer screening among Chinese American and Canadian women—an outreach worker-based intervention and a direct mail intervention. The following materials used for this project are available to download:

  • The...
EPITOME (Enhanced Patient Safety Intervention to Optimize Medication Education) Tools 07/10/08

EPITOME (Enhanced Patient Safety Intervention to Optimize Medication Education) is an evidence-based, multi-modal patient medication education program. It draws on health behavior change theory and utilizes a multidisciplinary approach, including structured medication education, administrative support and staff training, established quality improvement techniques, and consistent use of adjunctive and supportive information technology and automated systems, to maximize the impact of...

ACTS: Advise, Consent, Test, Support (HIV Counseling and Testing Program) 06/30/08

ACTS (Advise, Consent, Test, Support) is a user-friendly system of Implementation Guidance for routine HIV testing and Streamlined Counseling that is proven to facilitate significant improvements in HIV testing in both clinical and community-based settings. This package of materials and tools can help to familiarize providers, administrators, trainers and other clinic staff with this approach to making HIV screening a part of routine health care in a variety of clinical settings.
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Academy for Infection Management (AIM) Case Studies 06/13/08

This section of the Academy for Infection Management (AIM) Web site provides a selection of case studies that can be used as interactive case-based learning tools to educate clinicians about prevention and management of infections to improve patient outcomes. The case studies highlight the importance of using appropriate antibiotics early in nosocomial infections and the potentially serious consequences of using inappropriate therapy.

The tool includes:

  • AIM case...

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