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National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) Webinar

National CLAS Standards:  What are they and why are they important  REGISTER HERE The enhanced National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) in Health Care are issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Office of Minority Health (OMH) to advance health equity, improve quality, and eliminate health care disparities […]


Brave New World 2013 Symposium Highlight: Fiona McTavish, MS on Using Mobile Phones and Laptops for Relapse Prevention

On March 8, 2013, Fiona McTavish, MS, shared the encouraging results of her team’s innovative research using smartphones to prevent substance abuse relapse to conference attendees at the “Brave New World: Using Technology to Enhance Behavioral Health” Symposium in Baltimore, Maryland. McTavish and her colleagues have made use of laptops and mobile phones for those […]


Save the date: Advancing Latino Behavioral Health: From Margin to Mainstream Conference

  Latino Behavioral Health Institute presents our 19th Annual Conference:  “Advancing Latino Behavioral Health: From Margin to Mainstream” September 10-13, 2013 Location: Sheraton Downtown Los Angeles 711 S. Hope St. Los Angeles CA 90017 Tel: 213-488-3500 For more information visit LBHI at www.lbhi.org or contact us at 818-713-9595.


Trends in Behavioral Healthcare: Join the Conversation – Welcome to Planet Teen

2012 Mid-Atlantic Behavioral Health Conference Highlight:   Dr. Marc Fishman presents Welcome to Planet Teen, (or, This is Your Brain on Adolescence)  The Danya Institute is pleased to present this regular series of original articles on trends in the field of behavioral healthcare.  Our latest article is by special guest author Stephanie Sisneros.   Dr. Marc Fishman, MD, an expert […]


The Tic-Tac-Toe Board

The Tic-Tac-Toe Board Event Type: Educational Event What: This second webinar will introduce participants to the use of the tic-tac-toe board. Participants will discover how this simple tool can be extremely useful in case management and for breaking larger goals into to smaller, achievable steps. Participants will learn how this method can use low-cost prizes […]


Using the ATTC/NIDA Blending Products to Affect Change

Using the ATTC/NIDA Blending Products to Affect Change Event Type: Educational Event What: You will have the opportunity to hear an overview by NIDA researchers about technology transfer in science to practice implementation. Expert ATTC trainers will present information on four different Blending products: PAMI, Buprenorphine, MIAStep,HIV Rapid Testing and Mi-Presto. In the afternoon,you will […]


Implementation Software and Other Practical implementation Tips

Implementation Software and Other Practical implementation Tips Event Type: Educational Event What: This final webinar will discuss the importance of data collection with tips for how this can be done. We will demonstrate an implementation software program that can help you track patient progress, prize inventory, and trends. Participants will brainstorm low cost resources for […]


What’s New Update: STI, HIV, TB, Hepatitis, Family Planning and Addiction

What’s New Update: STI, HIV, TB, Hepatitis, Family Planning and Addiction Event Type: Educational Event What: This conference will focus on the integration efforts that support a collaborative healthcare approach. Current medical updates in services for STDs, HIV, TB, hepatitis, family planning and addictions will be discussed. When: 4/11/2013;  No Time Specified Where: The location […]


Voucher Systems and the Fishbowl Method

Voucher Systems and the Fishbowl Method Event Type: Educational Event What: This third webinar will introduce to participants the Fishbowl Method. Originally conceived by Nancy Petry, this draw method with low-cost prizes was designed to take advantage of intermittent reinforcement to make incentives affordable to community programs. We will discuss what makes this style so […]