Collaborative Action Team training for Community Health — Older adult Network
The overarching mission of the CATCH-ON is to unify state-wide academic, health, and community organizations and resources to prepare a geriatric collaborative practice-ready health workforce optimizing health while, serving and improving patient-centered health and wellness outcomes.
CATCH-ON collaborators and partners, in consultation with the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), patients, family caregivers and technical experts, are developing online education modules for health and aging professionals and for lay learners addressing core competencies for preventing and managing multiple chronic conditions (MCC), including Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders (ADRD), that is person-centered and appropriate for a diverse older adult population. A majority of the evidence-based content regarding geriatric and ADRD care has already been developed by CATCH-ON partners and their colleagues nationally. Newly developed content developed will reflect the growing literature regarding the management of MCC, including the HRSA model for MCC management, which focuses on the unique factors associated with multiple conditions, rather than individual conditions.
To access the training modules please complete the following process:
- Go to www.catch-on.org
- Click on Older Adult and Family Tab
- Click on Online education
- Click on Online modules
- Click on click here
- Click on Catch-on Health Professionals
- Select module you are going to complete and register
- Complete Registration and then complete all four modules with tests included