Great Plains QIN Webinar: Healing and Improving Ourselves and Our Places of Work as We Recover from COVID-19 I May 20, 2022

Great Plains QIN Webinar: Healing and Improving Ourselves and Our Places of Work as We Recover from COVID-19 I May 20, 2022

According to the World Health Organization, burnout is a syndrome resulting from workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. It’s characterized by three dimensions: feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion, increased mental distance from one’s job or...
Recognizing Disparity to Advance Health Equity | April 26 Webinar

Recognizing Disparity to Advance Health Equity | April 26 Webinar

Health disparities are important to recognize because they provide a metric to measure progress toward advancing health equity. Individuals living in rural areas have limited access to a variety of services, including health care, which creates an increased level of...
Soul Shop Workshops – Equipping Faith Communities to Minister to Suicidal Desperation

Soul Shop Workshops – Equipping Faith Communities to Minister to Suicidal Desperation

Suicide. We’ve got to talk about it even though people would rather not. North Dakota Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is hosting Soul Shop–Equipping Faith Communities to Minister to Suicidal Desperation. This one-day training is Tuesday, May...
Project ECHO Behavioral Health Professional Workforce: Creating Cultures of Resiliency 

Project ECHO Behavioral Health Professional Workforce: Creating Cultures of Resiliency 

Creating Cultures of Resiliency for Behavioral Health Professionals through Project ECHO® This ECHO program is open to all trainees, professionals, and supervisors engaged in the provision of mental and/or behavioral health services. This program will train and...
Virtual Classes Bring Services Closer to Home

Virtual Classes Bring Services Closer to Home

Submitted by Carley Swanson, RN, BSN Learning and Development Specialist for Evidence-Based Programming and Community Education at Sanford Medical Center Fargo Often times communities may find their access to certain resources are limited. Perhaps there is a desire to...
Community Health Worker Program (CHW) Shows Early Success

Community Health Worker Program (CHW) Shows Early Success

Submitted by Wendy Schmidt, MBS, BAN, RN, Senior Learning and Development Specialist at Sanford Health Bismarck implemented a Community Health Worker (CHW) program in January 2021. With almost a year of experience, this role is showing early, but promising, impact on...
Building Resilience Across the Dakotas

Best Practice Briefs: Crisis Prevention and Recovery | December & January

Real People, Real Processes, Real Success A partnership of the Great Plains Quality Innovation Network and the South Dakota Foundation for Medical Care Creating connections among community resources and healthcare facilities provides a pathway for individuals to come...