Expert Webinar: Social Behavioral Determinants of Health and The Omaha System: Showing Our Work and Outcomes
June 30 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am CDT
Effective Documentation of Social Behavioral Determinants of Health Can Improve Health Equity
Looking to improve health equity in your community? Discover the relationship between social behavioral determinants of health (SBDH) and health inequity. Karen Monsen details how meaningful documentation of Social Behavioral Determinants of Health (SBDH) can empower local health departments to improve health equity in their community. Learn which documentation methods will arm you to confront and address health inequity.
- Describe Social Behavioral Determinants of Health (SBDH) and how they affect health equity in a community.
- Identify how community health agencies can use the Omaha System standardized terminology to document Social Behavioral Determinants of Health (SBDH) in the community and provide evidence-based outcomes.
About the Speaker:
Karen A. Monsen, PhD, RN, FAMIA, FNAP, FAAN is Professor at the University of Minnesota (UMN) School of Nursing; chair of the Population Health and Systems Cooperative; director of the Center for Nursing Informatics and the Omaha System Partnership research network; and coordinator of the Doctor of Nursing Practice Nursing Informatics specialty. She directs the Omaha System Partnership, an interprofessional practice-based research network. Her research demonstrates that it is possible to demonstrate outcomes of interventions addressing the social and behavioral determinants of health for vulnerable populations. She has received numerous awards for her extensive experience in research, education, and service.
Date: Wednesday, June 30
Time: 10:00 am – 11:00 am CT