An experience based program to study key issues concerning community health care and developing practical approaches to support patients. Students consider obstacles to effective health care as well as strategies for enabling at-risk patients with chronic conditions to play a more active role in
promoting their own health and well-being.
Training Seminar is designed to prepare for effective service as a community health coach.
Practicum fosters meaningful interactions for boosting cooperation while helping to resolve non-medical issues that impede effective risk factor management and patient care. During the practicum phase, student coaches will be assigned to provide in-home visits, phone interactions, or
both. The practicum will be held at the CHIP site and San Antonio Regional Hospital.
To apply, contact Ron Nowosad, Director of Program Development and Clinic Operations at San Antonio Regional Hospital (email@example.com).
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